Posted March 17, 2013 on wisconsin.scout.com
Sophomore guard Traevon Jackson scored a team-high 10 points, but No.22 Wisconsin - after beating top-10 teams on consecutive days - ran cold in the second half, allowing No.10 Ohio State to escape with a 50-43 in the Big Ten Tournament finals Sunday afternoon.
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