Posted March 18, 2013 on
Wisconsin's Sam Dekker reflects on the Badger's Big Ten Tournament run and exactly what they are looking forward to about the NCAA tournament.
BEST OF MAXIM
CHICAGO Sam Dekker stood on the sideline with his teammates on Saturday, ready to plop himself in a cushioned seat after Wisconsin inbounded the ball to begin the second half. Just before the half started, Badgers coach Bo Ryan turned to Dekker with a few quick words of encouragement.
"He said, 'Hey, be ready. Your time is going to come.'" Dekker said.
MADISON, Wis. Josh Gasser sat at the end of Wisconsin's bench as the final seconds ticked off during Sunday's Big Ten championship game. He glanced at Ohio State's players celebrating while confetti dropped from the rafters. He shuffled into the locker room with the rest of his teammates and plopped himself into a chair, trying unsuccessfully to avoid asking the one...
Wisconsin's Big Ten tournament final was exactly what frustrates and excites Badger fans all rolled into one as they went down to the Buckeyes of Ohio State 50-43 on Sunday.
They played so well in stretches and believe it or not actually held a nine point lead and looked like it was going to run away with their second straight matchup between these two teams - that'...
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Check out the video. University of Wisconsin basketball coach Bo Ryan acted like a jerk during his interview with CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson. The No. 22 Badgers blew a nine-point lead in the first half of their Big Ten championship game against No. 10 Ohio State. Watch how Ryan answered Wolfson’s questions at the half.
Wisconsin Badgers coach Bo Ryan keeps his halftime interview short and sweet -- as in, extremely short and sweet.
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin's wide receiver core could be broken down into two groups last season: Jared Abbrederis and everybody else.
For Abbrederis, the team's standout long ball threat, that meant garnering most of the throws -- and most of the attention from opposing secondaries. For the rest of the Badgers' young and inconsistent wideouts, it meant plenty of route...
Wisconsin is into the heat of spring ball and they apparently are finding out that depth at Safety is a major concern despite what has been some good play from Reggie Mitchell, who made a switch form corner to safety this offseason. Those depth concerns have led the Badgers to move two long time offensive players to safety in the hopes of making that position better, according to...
After No.3 Indiana made its run to tie the game with 12:51 to go, No.22 Wisconsin needed a spark to make its first tournament final since 2008. They got that off the bench, as freshman Sam Dekker's personal 7-0 run was the spark the Badgers needed Saturday.