Wisconsin Badgers News for March 2, 2014
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Badgers unable to finish the job against Wildcats

The University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team couldn’t come up with a dramatic victory in its final regular-season game on Sunday. The Badgers rallied from a 10-point deficit in the second half but fell to Northwestern, 77-73, in overtime.

Denson Loves Wisconsin's Running Game [$]

Although he has a top two of North Carolina and Tennessee, LaGrange (GA) High running back Mon Denson says Wisconsin is moving up his list after the Badgers offered him Sunday.

Daniels 'Fired Up' About Wisconsin [$]

After offering D.J. Gillins' cousin earlier this month, Wisconsin makes another scholarship offer with family ties, offering Chris Chambers' cousin Warren (OH) Harding junior center James Daniels.

Instant replay - UW at Penn State

State College, Pa. – The highlights and lowlights from Wisconsin’s 71-66 victory over Penn State Sunday at the Bryce Jordan Center.We’ll start out with the No. 1 area of concern for UW and it isn’t the 50 points allowed in the paint.UW once again had opportunities to put an opponent away and once again squandered almost all of a double-digit lead and had to make critical plays down the stretch to win.“That’s something we’re still trying to improve on,” UW guard Josh Gasser said after the victory

Brown targets Georgia RB [$]

New running backs coach Thomas Brown has been extremely active in Georgia since his hiring last month. Sunday, he extended an offer to a 2015 prospect he hopes to coach at the next level.

Wisconsin escapes Happy Valley with seventh straight win

Clutch free throw shooting and timely three-pointers helped the surging Badgers survive a dogfight with Penn State, 71-66, on Sunday afternoon. Maybe the uninitiated, those outside the Big Ten, looked at Sunday's matchup between Penn State and Wisconsin and expected the No. 14 Badgers to cruise past the 10th place team in the Big Ten. But for those who've been paying attention the last few seasons, nothing about this game was unexpected. We knew D.J. Newbill would be a handful for the smaller

Game Day Grades: Penn State [$]

Putting three players in double figures and turning away multiple Penn State charges in the second half, No.14 Wisconsin clinches another top four finish in the Big Ten with a 71-66 victory in State College Sunday. BadgerNation hands out the grades.

Streaking to the Finish [$]

Setting a new program record for wins away from home, No.14 Wisconsin made the big plays down the stretch to upend Penn State, 71-66, at the Bryce Jordan Center, giving the Badgers its seventh straight Big Ten win.

Streak keeps going for Badgers

Josh Gasser scored 15 points to lead a balanced Wisconsin offense and the 14th-ranked Badgers beat Penn State 71-66 on Sunday for their seventh straight victory.

Game Recap: Another One for the Road [$]

Josh Gasser scored a team-high 15 points while Ben Brust and Traevon Jackson made the big plays in the second half to lead No.14 Wisconsin to a 71-66 victory at Penn State Sunday, giving the Badgers their eighth road win of the season.

Badgers outlast Nittany Lions in gritty win

UW hit 13 of 14 free throws over the final 3 minutes 45 seconds to hold off the Nittany Lions, 71-66, Sunday afternoon at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Live box: Wisconsin at Penn State

Follow our updating box score as the Badgers visit the Nittany Lions in a Big Ten Conference game this afternoon.

UW Badgers face off against Penn State

Wisconsin (23-5, 10-5 Big Ten) is just one game out of second place and in position to secure a No. 2 seeding in the NCAA Tournament heading into Sunday's 11 a.m. game at Penn State (14-14, 5-10).

First offer in for Bredeson [$]

Ben Bredeson's basketball season came to an end Saturday night, but the day also featured some good news as the 2016 in-state lineman picked up his first scholarship offer from the Wisconsin Badgers.

Primer: No. 14 UW vs Penn State

It took a Traevon Jackson buzzer-beater to tame the Nittany Lions at the Bryce Jordan Center last season. The Badgers will be in for another tough test when they take on Penn State Sunday.

Spring preview: Defensive line

The Badgers need to replace four key contributors on the defensive line. Are Konrad Zagzebski and Warren Herring up to the task?

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