Nice talk with #Badgers G Josh Gasser. On pace for drill work in summer but not full contact till October.— Jeff Potrykus (@jaypo1961) March 19, 2013
Great news: That Point Guard That Totally Could've Helped the Badgers Finish in the Big Ten's Top Four Again... oh wait. The Badgers got by relatively fine without Gasser this season -- "exceeding expectations" -- but this is good news nontheless.The Badgers might be small next year with the graduations of Jared Berggren, Ryan Evans and Mike Bruesewitz, but boy, their backcourt should be a blast to watch. Potrykus also adds Gasser injured his LCL and meniscus, so the Badgers' staff is being careful with him. Get well soon, Josh.
We might need a whole bracket for all the possible outcomes in a matchup featuring the gator-chomping, landsharking Henderson and the fiery, orange afro'd Bruesewitz.
maybe the hottest/cutest thing I've EVER seen cbssports.com/collegebasketb…— ke$ha(@keshasuxx) February 12, 2013
So you all remember Saturday, right? Ben Brust outruns a foul attempt, chucks up a three to get to overtime and another three to win it. He's great. And I'm sure you all remember the postgame celebration. All the dancing and the Bruesewitz. Well, the song that was playing belonged to Kesha. The new number one jam of hers called "Die Young." And tonight? She shouted us out. Iowa may have the K-Pop demographic on lockdown. But American Pop Music listeners are now taken in by the youthful exuberance of your Wisconsin Badgers.