BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — In a game that featured nine lead changes and the score tied six times, Tuesday night’s game at Assembly Hall looked more like a heavyweight title fight than a Big Ten basketball game.
But when push came to shove and the smoke finally settled Wisconsin (13-4, 4-0 Big Ten) found a way to get the last punch, stunning No. 2 Indiana (15-2, 3-1) in a 64-59 upset, giving the upstart Badgers their seventh consecutive win and first-ever road victory over a team ranked second in the AP poll.
"Everybody came in with the right attitude, everybody came in loose," redshirt senior Mike Bruesewitz said. "We came in saying ‘Why not us?’ We’ve had success here before and we obviously continued to have success."