The Badgers came close, but Traevon Jackson's last-second jumper fell short, ending their season at the Final Four.
The Badgers are headed to their first Final Four since 2000.
The Badgers are back in the Elite Eight after a rousing, thorough defeat of the Baylor Bears. Wisconsin will face Arizona Saturday at 7:49 p.m. CT on TBS.
After one of the most thrilling games in recent memory, the Badgers await their latest Sweet 16 matchup.
A slow start was put far, far into the rearview mirror once Wisconsin mounted a 65-18 run over the game's final 30 minutes.
A cool moment no matter how you slice it.
Plus, post-game audio from Traevon Jackson, Sam Dekker, Ben Brust and Josh Gasser.
An exhilarating Final Four run ended in heartbreak. The hopeful silver lining is that there could be more to come for Wisconsin. But nothing's ever promised.
Back from Dallas, Ian McCue checks in with his recollection of the riveting Wisconsin-Kentucky Final Four game.
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After a thrilling overtime victory over Michigan last season, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan told a story about failure that has stuck with me ever since. It’s a story that made Wisconsin’s success this season nothing short of cathartic.
The feels of Dallas.
What a ride. What a journey. What a season. Looking back on the 2013-14 Wisconsin basketball season, it is impossible not to appreciate the road that this team took to the Final Four.
Well, this is one way to make light of Saturday's loss.
After falling just short to Kentucky, the Badgers closed the year with a few final memories of a remarkable season.
A deeper look inside the seasons of Wisconsin and Kentucky shows some intriguing similarities.
What's in store for the Badgers vs. Julius Randle, the Harrison twins and the Wildcats?
Where was Jon Leuer watching the Elite Eight game between the Badgers and the Arizona Wildcats? Does Clark Kellogg predict Wisconsin advancing against Kentucky? Listen in!
Unlike Wisconsin's Final Four appearance 14 years ago, everyone knows who the Badgers are and what they're about. They're just good, and it starts with the two Biggest Men on Campus.
As the sharpshooter's Wisconsin career winds to a close, Ben Brust is happy he was able to bring another Final Four to Madison.
Great to have @BadgerFootball coach Gary Andersen at practice: pic.twitter.com/HMnJQ8aIUV— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) April 1, 2014
Great to have @BadgerFootball coach Gary Andersen at practice: pic.twitter.com/HMnJQ8aIUV
I swear I'm asking this earnestly: did Bret Bielema ever do this?
Wayne Larrivee, Mike Kelley to do TruTV's pro-#Badgers telecast— Kyle Deckelbaum (@news8kyle) April 1, 2014
Wayne Larrivee, Mike Kelley to do TruTV's pro-#Badgers telecast
Again, tip-off's at 7:49 p.m. CT. UConn-Florida begins at 5:09 p.m. TBS will have the national calls for both.
The Badgers practiced at the Kohl Center on Monday and talked with the media for the last time before their trip to Dallas on Tuesday.
Drinks on me for any one w/ a Wisconsin student ID final 4 weekend! #onwisconsin #gobadgers— Michael Finley (@Da_Finster) March 30, 2014
Drinks on me for any one w/ a Wisconsin student ID final 4 weekend! #onwisconsin #gobadgers
Now this is some quality Alumni Relations.
Naturally, Vegas has set the Badgers as underdogs heading into the Final Four.
A.K.A. The Frank Kaminsky Appreciation Station A.K.A. 40 more minutes. A.K.A. There's a piece of net in the Badgers' mouths.
We explain how you can't count out Wisconsin in this year's Final Four, and ask the former All-Big Ten linebacker what position he feels most comfortable playing.
The link above is straight from UW and has all the information you need to know about getting tickets for this weekend's Final Four in Dallas. So, who's going?
After reaching their first Final Four since 2000, the Badgers were welcomed back in Madison by a crowd of more than 10,000 people.
DIRTY DUBS BACK TO MADISON #dirtydub #badgers #FinalFour pic.twitter.com/HDrnSBtcJP— Mairin Ryan (@mairinryan12) March 30, 2014
DIRTY DUBS BACK TO MADISON #dirtydub #badgers #FinalFour pic.twitter.com/HDrnSBtcJP
Not much comment needed here.
Fans can welcome the Badgers at the Kohl Center beginning at 3 p.m. CT Sunday.
The Badgers are one win away from the Final Four. Can they get there with a win over Arizona?
On the ground in Anaheim, Max has one last preview of tonight.