Update (10:26 p.m.): Friday's game vs. Wofford will tip off at approximately 1:50 p.m. CT.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Wisconsin's poor performance in the Big Ten Tournament apparently didn't hurt their seeding in the NCAA Tournament.
The Badgers were handed a No. 4 seed and will play No. 13 Wofford Friday in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Terriers have come a long way since their one and only meeting with the Badgers back in 2007. Wisconsin won that game at the Kohl Center 70-43, but Wofford has since built a pretty decent team and is now headed to its first-ever NCAA Tournament.
School-wise, Wofford is very similar to Davidson, which beat Wisconsin in the 2008 Sweet 16. It's a school with an enrollment of only 1,450 students in the small town of Spartanburg, South Carolina. Of course, Wofford does not have Stephon Curry and even though the Terriers have won 13 straight games, the Badgers should be heavily-favored.
Wisconsin was placed in the East regional, where Syracuse, N.Y. will host the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight. Kentucky is the No. 1 seed in the regional and Marquette is the No. 6 seed.
Should the Badgers beat Wofford, they would play the winner of No. 5 Temple and No. 12 Cornell. Both teams will be very tough outs.