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2015-04-03

Josh Gasser simply does whatever it takes

Josh Gasser is one of the most admired players on the Wisconsin basketball team for two reasons. He's a winner and he's willing to do whatever it takes to win. Gasser is a big reason that the Badgers will play…

posted 2015/04/03 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Badgers look ahead but last year still hurts

On the eve of facing Kentucky in the national semifinal for the second year in a row, Wisconsin's players still remember well how they felt after falling 74-73 a year ago on a last second 3-pointer by Aaron Harrison.

posted 2015/04/03 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Watch: Wildcats vs Badgers Who wins Rematch?

Jeff Drummond of AllWildcats.com previews the exciting rematch of last year's Final Four matchup between the Wildcats and the Badgers.

posted 2015/04/03 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Badgers United Ahead of Final Four

INDIANAPOLIS-Wisconsin is all set to play Kentucky in the Final Four. A few of their players met with the media on Friday to discuss the challenges facing the team ahead of Saturday, team unity and more.

posted 2015/04/03 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Level-Headed Koenig Keeps the UW Beat

While the youngest of Wisconsin's five starters, sophomore Bronson Koenig has played beyond his years - with a little help from others - to put Wisconsin in the national semifinals for the second straight season.

posted 2015/04/03 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

2015-04-02

Watch: Dr. Roto Talks Kentucky vs. Wisconsin

Dr. Roto shows you what to look for in the Wisconsin at Kentucky Final Four match.

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Three-Point Shot: No.1 Kentucky

Before top-seeded Wisconsin takes on undefeated Kentucky at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Saturday night, Badger Nation looks at the three burning questions we're looking to have answered.

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Notes: No Shortage of Final Four Talent

Not only is Wisconsin and head coach Bo Ryan familiar with Kentucky and playing in the Final Four, the Badgers had a sampling of the other two Final Four teams this season, giving this weekend a familiar feel with the…

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Kentucky Final Four Notebook - Thursday

INDIANAPOLIS – Kentucky coach John Calipari, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan and their star players, Willie Cauley-Stein and Frank Kaminsky, met with the media here Thursday to preview the Wildcats' matchup with the Badgers in the Final Four.

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

How bad do they want it, and does it help?

The Kentucky Wildcats survived their closest call of the postseason last weekend in Cleveland by holding off a scorching hot Notre Dame squad. The Fighting Irish entered the NCAA Tournament as the ACC Tournament champions with March wins over Louisville,…

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

Scout's All-Tournament Teams

Scout identifies the top players from the 2015 NCAA Tournament with three games to go.

posted 2015/04/02 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

2015-04-01

Marquee Matchups: Kentucky vs. Wisconsin

Breaking down the position-by-position matchups in Saturday’s national semifinal game between Kentucky and Wisconsin at the Final Four in Indianapolis:

posted 2015/04/01 by Scout.com > NCAA > Wisconsin Men Basketball Team

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