Wisconsin never settled into a groove on the offensive end, but a similarly poor beginning from Ole Miss kept the Badgers in decent position -- until Marshall Henderson and the Rebels heated up over the last 10 minutes.
I've made mention of liking the Badgers' chances to make a run in the tournament. But can they make the Final Four?
The Ghost of Jay Cutler from Red Cup Rebellion answers 10 questions on the sad state of southern basketball, Mississippi's love for Marshall Henderson and what almost ruined the Rebels' season.
Marshall Henderson is undoubtedly the Rebels' go-to guy, and Wisconsin has to slow him down. But what else must the Badgers do to advance?
In a sloppy finish to an otherwise brilliant Big Ten Tournament, Aaron Craft, Deshaun Thomas and the Buckeyes took home the title with a 50-43 victory over the Badgers.
The Badgers seemingly slipped out of the 4 seed after losing in the Big Ten Tournament championship, and now they'll get Marshall Henderson and the No. 12 Ole Miss Rebels.
The Badgers went cold today, but their seeding for March Madness remains up in the air. Can they grab a No. 4 seed, or are they stuck at 5?
Selection Sunday's championship final pits two teams -- and players -- looking for redemption and momentum headed into the NCAA tournament.
Mr. Flattop has arrived. Senior Ryan Evans is playing his best basketball of the season when it matters most.
Wisconsin won its 12th straight game against Indiana to advance to the Big Ten Championship game, 68-56. Ryan Evans paced the Badgers with 16 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and four assists in a career day.
For the second straight day, the Badgers face a Top-10 team they only played (and beat) once during the regular season. What could possibly go wrong?
Traevon Jackson was sensational against Trey Burke and Michigan on Friday. Can he have a repeat performance against Indiana?