Posted February 14, 2013 on wisconsin.scout.com
Senior forward Mike Bruesewitz will never be a 20-point scorer for the Wisconsin basketball team, but the Minnesota native has provided all the little things that have kept the Badgers in the thick of the conference race with seven games to go.
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