Posted March 15, 2013 on
Wisconsin senior forward Mike Bruesewitz spoke with the media after the Badgers advanced to the semis of the Big Ten Tournament.
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They say there are only two truths in this world: Death and Taxes. May we suggest a third - Bo Ryan beating Tom Crean. After all, the Badgers are 15-3 against Indiana's head coach and are 12-0 against Tom Crean in his time at Indiana (on a side note, take a detour and purchase our "Bo Owns Crean" shirts from our MTB Store for just $10.50). following a well played...
Make it back-to-back for Wisconsin recruits winning the AP State basketball Player of the Year award as on Wednesday it was announced 2013 Badgers signee Bronson Koenig was named the 2013 AP Player of the Year, following up the honor won by Badgers freshman Sam Dekker a season ago.
He's also rather familiar with winning on the Kohl Center floor since he became a two time...
Leading the charge for No.22 Wisconsin into the Big Ten Tournament, sophomore guard Traevon Jackson has been a better facilitator for the Badgers since the game slowed down for him before UW's critical conference stretch of the season.
Wisconsin moves on to the semifinal round of Saturday's Big Ten Tournament against Indiana. Check out what Traevon Jackson had to say about Friday's win inside.
CHICAGO -- Ben Brust scored 11 of his 14 points in the second half and No. 22 Wisconsin knocked off sixth-ranked Michigan 68-59 in the second round of the Big Ten tournament on Friday.
Senior Ryan Evans scored a game-high 16 points while Sam Dekker and Ben Brust each scored 11, as No.22 Wisconsin beats No.2 Indiana for the 12th straight time, advancing to the Big Ten Tournament championship following a 68-56 victory Saturday afternoon.
Traevon Jackson scored a career-high 16 points, one of three Badgers in double figures, as No.22 Wisconsin shoots 60.7 percent in the second half to shock No.6 Michigan, 68-59, in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals Friday afternoon.
Wisconsin opened spring practices this month with Montee Ball watching nearby - an odd experience for someone who had been a fixture in the Badgers' backfield since 2009.
As senior tailback James White zipped through a tiny gap in the offensive line and sped toward the end zone in team drills, it became clear that Wisconsin may be just fine with Ball gone after a standout career...