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Entering his 13th season as head coach at Wisconsin, Bo Ryan has been a model of consistency.
In his 12 seasons with the Badgers, Ryan’s team has never finished worse than tied for fourth in the Big Ten. He led his team to an NCAA Tournament bid in every one of those 12 seasons.
By Ryan Gomes
As the main course of the Big Ten basketball schedule heats up after the New Year, the early non-conference slate has provided an early appetizer. The Big Ten could be the most powerful of the power conferences, going deep with four teams currently ranked among the top 10 in the country (Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, Illinois) and six in the top 25 (Minnesota, and Michigan State). It is also chock full of individual superstars who will find their way onto many of the postseason All-America ballots. Here is my perspective as to where things will shake out based on what we’ve seen so far …
By C.E. Peterson
In wake of tonight’s NFL Draft, I thought I would put a piece together that highlighted the college basketball players that would “potentially” be great football players, as well.
Now, don’t get me wrong having played football, there is something innate that you just cannot judge exactly who will be good at football, or have the toughness that comes to play certain positions. However, I also believe basketball is the most “athletic” sport and some of these guys are just complete freaks of nature. So here it goes; (In no particular order)
By Chris Ramirez
East Region Recap
Jared Sullinger totaled 23 points and 11 rebounds to help Ohio State beat Cincinnati 81-66. Deshaun Thomas scored 26 points. Cashmere Wright hit four of the Bearcats nine three-pointers, finishing with a team high 18 points in the defeat.
Syracuse survived a pair of Wisconsin’s potential game winners in the final seconds to advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament with a thrilling 64-63 victory in the East Region semifinals. C.J. Fair led Syracuse with 15 points and seven rebounds, while Scoop Jardine had 14 points and Dion Waiters contributed with 13 points. Jordan Taylor and Jared Berggren paced the Badgers with 17 points apiece.