VIDEO: Josh Gasser gets epic Gatorade Bath After Winning Spring Game

Life has been pretty sweet for the members of the 2014-15 Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team. However, no one on the team can claim to have won a football game as a head coach — except guard Josh Gasser. That’s because team Gasser beat team Dukan in the annual Badgers spring football game, defeating his teammate 35-7. Gasser got one epic Gatorade bath for his efforts in...
Via Madtown Badgers
April 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin basketball: Why the Badgers will beat Kentucky

As the college basketball season crept into March, it looked like Wisconsin and Kentucky would wind up in the same region, forcing one of the game’s most compelling matchups to take place before Final Four Saturday. Instead, the Badgers received a few breaks and took care of business in the Big Ten tournament to earn a No. 1 seed. Fast forward a few weeks later, and the Badgers...
April 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin basketball: Badgers can’t contain Terps in defeat

Melo Trimble beat Josh Gasser to the basket and scored Maryland’s first points of the game. Badgers chasing Terrapins to the hoop was the theme of the night in Wisconsin’s 59-53 loss to Maryland on Tuesday in College Park. The fifth-ranked Badgers had its 10-game winning streak snapped and missed out on a chance to grab at least a share of the Big Ten regular season championship...
February 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Fully healthy, Badgers' Gasser feeling 'comfortable and confident'

MADISON, Wis. -- Josh Gasser isn't so much reinventing his game as he is reinvigorating it. And for a fifth-year senior who already is considered among the most respected basketball players in the Big Ten, it means his final season at Wisconsin very well could be his best. At least, that's the hope from Gasser, whose renewed mobility has provided him with added confidence nearly...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Wisconsin Badgers: Second round preview against Minnesota

Paul Bunyan’s axe isn’t up for grabs tonight. Instead is a ticket for round three with a whole lot of incentives. On Minnesota’s angle, defeat would mean NIT. A consolation for coming a few wins shy of NCAA tournament worthiness. A win however, fulfills the Gophers dreams of joining the Big Dance. As for Bo Ryan’s Badgers, a win means momentum. Expectations are high; as they...
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Gasser's All-Big Ten honor sweeter after long road to ACL recovery

Josh Gasser never has been one to fret about individual accolades. What's good for the basketball team, he'll note, is good for him. So pardon Gasser for not waiting by the television with bated breath during the Big Ten's season-ending awards announcements Monday night. Gasser had a class to attend. And even if he hadn't, the University of Wisconsin redshirt junior may well have...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Gasser's defense is key to Badgers' success

MADISON, Wis. -- During his time at Wisconsin, Josh Gasser has been considered the consummate team player. If he misses every shot, scores zero points and the Badgers still find a way to win, he's as happy as anybody with the result. More than likely, he played a part in the win anyway because he's one of the few players on the team who can affect a game positively without scoring...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

A year after ACL tear, Badgers' Gasser striving for best version of self

MADISON, Wis. -- In a perfect world, we all want to be the very best versions of ourselves, professionally and personally. Best trial lawyer, for example. Best spouse. Best basketball player. A great deal of time, effort and energy must be put forth in order to achieve those goals at the highest level. Even then, we have come to learn the world isn't perfect. Unforeseen circumstances...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Gasser's take-charge play sparks No. 4 Wisconsin

(Eds: Updates.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer Get to the spot in the lane ahead of the dribbler. Set the feet. Absorb the blow. Josh Gasser is Wisconsin's take-a-charge player in the backcourt. The tough junior gets just as much pleasure from drawing charging fouls or shutting down an opponent's best scorer that he would nailing a game-winning bucket. The fourth-ranked Badgers...
Via Associated Press
December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Josh Gasser ensuring Badgers don't lose defensive identity

MADISON, Wis. -- Josh Gasser is as thrilled as anybody withWisconsin's best start to a basketball season in 20 years. But even as theBadgers bulldozed their early-season nonconference opponents, something wasmissing that irked Gasser: a signature defensive effort.Gasser, Wisconsin's fourth-year junior, had been candidabout his team's inability to stop opposing players in the way...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

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