Found October 30, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. When Josh Gasser dribbled to the hoop, sidestepped his way across the lane for a layup and heard a pop in his left knee during Saturdays practice, he knew he was in trouble. The diagnosis was as bad as Gasser feared.Gasser, Wisconsins starting point guard, had suffered a season-ending tear to his left anteriorcruciate ligament. In an instant, his college basketball career had changed. And the fate of the Badgers season may have changed as well.The physical pain was pretty bad, Gasser said. But it was nothing compared to the emotional and mental pain that happened.Gasser, who spoke with reporters Tuesday for the first time since the injury, watched practice from the sideline, a chair propping up his heavily bandaged and braced leg. He said he would undergo surgery Nov. 6 and intends to return in time for next season. He will take a redshirt season and will have two years of eligibility remaining.Gasser has quickly come to grips with the idea of watching this season fro...
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