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Big Ten Basketball Media Day: Josh Gasser talks changes for Badgers in 2014-15

"Every year, we have expectations in our locker room that we're going to be a great team. This year, it's just different that fans are expecting it more, the media."

Josh Gasser returns to Wisconsin for his redshirt senior as the team's undisputed leader. Between working his way back from a knee injury that cost him the 2012-13 season and continuing to be one of the Big Ten's better all-around players, Gasser knows what it takes to produce winning seasons year in and year out.

This season, of course, might be a little different. After reaching their first Final Four since 2000, the Badgers begin this season as a top-five team and with two national Player of the Year candidates in Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker.

While acknowledging the high standard that exists in Madison each year, Gasser said the feeling around this team is a little different.

"Every year, we have expectations in our locker room that we're going to be a great team," Gasser said. "This year, it's just different that fans are expecting it more, the media."

Gasser's full video interview -- shot by B5Q's Sam Brief -- is above. Sam has much more on tap, so stay tuned here and on Twitter @sambrief and @B5Q.