Posted January 21, 2013 on wisconsin.scout.com
As soon as it appears to get close to 100 percent, more injuries pop up to attack Wisconsin's depth. Not only will Frank Kaminsky miss his second straight game when Wisconsin takes on No.13 Michigan State Tuesday, the Badgers could be without George Marshall, as well.
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