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No longer known for just his insanely cool Kid ‘n Play haircut, the Wisconsin Badgers junior forward Ryan Evans is starting to get noticed for his solid production on the court.
Evans has scored double-digits in ten games this season and is one of the best defenders on a squad which ranks tops in the NCAA when it comes to locking down opponents.
The native of Phoenix, Arizona is one of the biggest surprises of a wild-and-crazy season in the Big Ten.
Believe it or not, Evans made his first career start in the Badgers season opener versus Kennesaw State. Since then, he’s stepped into a pivotal role as the team’s leading rebounder and defensive stalwart. He ranks fourth in the Big Ten with just under seven rebounds per game and ranks seventh with 1.3 blocks per game.
Wisconsin stumbled out of the gates in conference play, going 1-3, but have quickly regained momentum while winning their last three. Evans has been instrumental in helping this team turn it around.
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Wisconsin junior Ryan Evans had a team-high 17 points as three other players reached double figures as the Badgers, who are climbing back up the conference standings, regained their shooting touch at home with a 50 percent shooting night and a 77-57 victory over Northwestern Wednesday.
Jordan Taylor scored nine of his 15 points during a 17-2 run early in the second half, hitting three 3-pointers in a 1:38 span, to lead Wisconsin to a 77-57 rout of Northwestern on Wednesday night. Ryan Evans scored 17, Mike Bruesewitz 13 and Josh Gasser 10 as the Badgers (15-5, 4-3 Big Ten) won their third straight and posted their 14th straight victory over the Wildcats (12-6, 2-4) in Madison.
Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan along with senior Jordan Taylor and juniors Mike Bruesewitz and Ryan Evans address the media following Wisconsin's 77-57 victory over Northwestern Wednesday at the Kohl Center.
Bret Bielema has found his guy. The Wisconsin Badgers are moving forward without Paul Chryst and have brought in Matt Canada. Canada will take over as the team’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Chryst left to become the head coach at Pittsburgh. Canada joins Wisconsin from Northern Illinois Canada is excited to run a pro-style [...]
You know it's the offseason when the rap videos start to surface and we here at the Doc usually like to point out the ridiculous ones.
This is not one of those posts.
Thanks to Young Zigg and Young Jr., Wisconsin now has its very own fan rap song that is actually worth listening to. This song is pretty good, catchy, something the kids will want to dance to. It has good lyrics...
One of the unquestioned leaders for the 2012 Wisconsin football team, Heisman Trophy finalist Montee Ball addresses the hiring of new offensive coordinator Matt Canada.