Found March 20, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
(photo courtesy Christian Peterson, Getty Images) Going into the NCAA Tournament the chances of Mike Bruesewitz's name coming up as an important key to victory were probably less than the chances of you picking Norfolk State to beat Missouri, but guess what?  Both happened last weekend and with the style of play from the Orange his continued hot hand will be important once again as Wisconsin prepares for their Sweet 16 matchup on Thursday against No. 1 seeded Syracuse in Boston, MA. Coming into the NCAA Tournament Bruesewitz hadn't hit a three pointer since what seemed like forever (Feb. 9th to be exact), but he finally broke through hitting two three pointers and totalling 8 points in the Montana victory.  Those 8 points were the most since the Feb. 4th victory over Ohio State.  But he wasn't quite done showing us what he's capable of. He continued the hot touch from the field in Saturday's hard fought victory over Vanderbilt, going off for 10 points (joini...
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