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  • @BadgerMBB • 3h

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: B5Q Blogopean Union: Madison > Milwaukee

    Good morning! This is going to be a daily(ish) post that discusses the goings on of the rest of the Big Ten Conference, and the country as needed. Much like the European Union, the Big Ten is a loosely confederated group of entities that sometimes have the same goals (like free movement of people between countries or not winning national titles in football or basketball) and sometimes accept new members that they later regret (Estonia or Rutgers).We hope that you will use this post to comment on things happening around the conference and also as a sort of daily open thread to discuss breaking news or argue about Spotted Cow.

  • @BadgerMBB • 13h
    NCAAB

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: B5Q Photos: Wisconsin vs. Marquette

    Filed under: Wisconsin Basketball
    All the pictures from Wisconsin's rivalry win over Marquette courtesy of photographer Dan Sanger (@dsanger88) .

  • @BadgerMBB • 19h
    NCAAB

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Wisconsin basketball: Marquette recap

    Entering with a 2-1 record, the Wisconsin Badgers basketball program took on in-state rival Marquette Golden Eagles at the Kohl Center in Madison. With a white-out in place for fans, the game had a tremendous amount of energy, and ultimately the Badgers held down Markus Howard and Marquette to win 77-61.

    Looks like fans got the memo for the white-out.

    Wisconsin vs. Marquette tip here in about 10 minutes.

    Kobe King back in the starting lineup today for UW. pic.twitter.com/yswr6WDePP-- Matt Belz (@savedbythebelz) November 17, 2019

    Taking on one of the most dynamic scoring guards in college basketball, Wisconsin had D'Mitrik Trice and Kobe King responsible for defense on Markus Howard, who came in averaging 28 points per game.

  • @BadgerMBB • 3d

    The Badger Herald: Men's Basketball: Badgers roll over McNeese State sans Kobe King

    The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team (2-1) took on the McNeese State Cowboys (1-3) Wednesday night at the Kohl Center. The Badgers were without Kobe King on Wednesday after he injured his leg in practice on Monday.The Badgers got off to a very slow start in this one, finding themselves down 10-2 to McNeese State in the early going. Wisconsin did not find their first lead until Brad Davison connected -- with just six minutes remaining in the first half -- on two straight free throws to put the Badgers up 21-20.

    McNeese State was effective in the first half by attacking the basket and getting to the free throw line, effectively keeping them in the game for most of the first half.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    The Badger Herald: Men's Basketball: Familiar faces absent in upcoming 2019-20 installment of Wisconsin-Marquette matchup

    The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team (2-1) is set for an in-state rivalry matchup against the Marquette Golden Eagles (2-0) Sunday in the Kohl Center.And while there are a lot of familiar faces from last year's overtime thriller, there's plenty missing as well.

    Ethan Happ and Matt Heldt have graduated, the Hauser brothers have gone their separate ways and both teams have guys all over the roster stepping up.

    For Wisconsin, that guy seems to be Nate Reuvers. Despite a relatively quiet ten-point night Wednesday against McNeese State, Reuvers has looked like every bit of what Badger fans hoped for coming into a fresh season.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: B5Q Blogopean Union: CROOTIN CROOTIN CROOTIN CROOTIN

    Good morning! This is going to be a daily(ish) post that discusses the goings on of the rest of the Big Ten Conference, and the country as needed. Much like the European Union, the Big Ten is a loosely confederated group of entities that sometimes have the same goals (like free movement of people between countries or not winning national titles in football or basketball) and sometimes accept new members that they later regret (Estonia or Rutgers).We hope that you will use this post to comment on things happening around the conference and also as a sort of daily open thread to discuss breaking news or argue about Spotted Cow.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Women's Soccer: NCAA Tournament Preview

    The No. 10 Wisconsin (14-3-2 overall, 10-1-1 B1G) begin the NCAA tournament Friday evening at 5 p.m. against the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. As the reigning B1G regular season champion Wisconsin Badgers prepare for the Panthers of Milwaukee, here is everything you need to be prepared for the tournament. Wisconsin's history in the NCAA tournamentThis is Wisconsin's fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament and 22nd overall. The furthest Wisconsin has advanced is the national runner-up in 1991 and the Final Four in 1988. In this century, Wisconsin has twice made it to the Sweet 16 in 2018 and 2009.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Wisconsin basketball 2020 recruiting class: signing day

    This is the best recruiting class that the Badgers have ever had in the internet recruiting rankings era, at least. I don't know what the 1942 class looked like AND I WON'T LOOK IT UP EITHER! Anyways, here is everything you need to know about Steven Crowl, Ben Carlson, Lorne Bowman, Johnny Davis and Jordan Davis.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Wisconsin basketball: Greg Gard speaks on the 2020 recruiting class

    The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team moved to 2-1 on the season with a win over McNeese State on Wednesday night, but their biggest victory of the day came in the form of five signatures on five dotted lines.The 2020 recruiting class is the best ever recruited by Greg Gard and also the best ever in the "recruiting websites" era. "Wisconsin's five-man Class of 2020 is the No. 8 recruiting class in the nation according to ESPN.com. This is UW's highest-ranked class in the online rankings era (since 2003)," according to the UW press release on the 2020 class.

  • @BadgerMBB • 4d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: B5Q Blogopean Union: it's basketball early signing day

    Good morning! This is going to be a daily(ish) post that discusses the goings on of the rest of the Big Ten Conference, and the country as needed. Much like the European Union, the Big Ten is a loosely confederated group of entities that sometimes have the same goals (like free movement of people between countries or not winning national titles in football or basketball) and sometimes accept new members that they later regret (Estonia or Rutgers).We hope that you will use this post to comment on things happening around the conference and also as a sort of daily open thread to discuss breaking news or argue about Spotted Cow.

  • @BadgerMBB • 5d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Wisconsin basketball: McNeese State recap

    After splitting the first two games of the season, the Wisconsin Badgers basketball team entered Wednesday night's matchup with the McNeese State Cowboys with a .500 record. In the confines of the Kohl Center, Wisconsin exited 20 point victors against the members of the Southland Conference, 83-63.

    Senior Brevin Pritzl a starter tonight with Kobe King out due to an ankle injury. The remaining four (Trice, Davison, Ford, Reuvers) stay the same for McNeese State. Tip off shortly.-- Bucky's 5th Quarter (@B5Q) November 13, 2019

    In the early part of the game McNeese State attacked inside to take a quick lead.

  • @BadgerMBB • 5d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: Wisconsin basketball recruiting: signing day capsule for Ben Carlson

    Congratulations to senior captain Ben Carlson as he has signed his National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison! We couldn't be more proud of what you've accomplished and excited to see what the future holds for you at Wisconsin! Go Badgers! pic.twitter.com/r9YQS57qIi -- East Ridge BB (@ERRaptorsBB) November 13, 2019Now that the 2020 men's basketball class can officially sign on the dotted line, B5Q gives you a snapshot of each player joining the fold for the Wisconsin Badgers next season...

    2020 forward Ben Carlson

    Position: Power forward

    Height: 6-foot-9

    Weight: 215 pounds

    Hometown: Saint Paul, Minnesota

    High school: East Ridge High School

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    Committed to Wisconsin on September 18th, 2019

    I'm excited, honored and humbled to announce that I will be continuing my academic and basketball career at the University of Wisconsin.

  • @BadgerMBB • 5d

    Bucky's 5th Quarter: B5Q Blogopean Union: Zack Baun is chatting shit

    Good morning! This is going to be a daily(ish) post that discusses the goings on of the rest of the Big Ten Conference, and the country as needed. Much like the European Union, the Big Ten is a loosely confederated group of entities that sometimes have the same goals (like free movement of people between countries or not winning national titles in football or basketball) and sometimes accept new members that they later regret (Estonia or Rutgers).We hope that you will use this post to comment on things happening around the conference and also as a sort of daily open thread to discuss breaking news or argue about Spotted Cow.

  • @BadgerMBB • 6d

    The Badger Herald: Men's Basketball: Badgers take on McNeese State as they look to continue defensive prowess

    The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team (1-1), will host McNeese State (1-2) Wednesday night at the Kohl Center at 6 p.m.The Badgers will look to build on a career game from junior Nate Reuvers, who gets another chance to face an undersized team. It will also be interesting to see how Kobe King's role is expanded upon after putting up a career-high 18 points last time out.

    The Cowboys are filled with guys who transferred in from other schools and carried by a backcourt tandem of juniors Dru Kuxhausen and A.J. Lawson. They're both electric guards who can put up points in an instant and do so primarily from deep.

  • @BadgerMBB • 6d

    The Badger Herald: Women's Soccer: How Badgers became dependent on Dani Rhodes

    Star forward Dani Rhodes made her mark in Madison the moment she stepped onto the field as a freshman. The Waukesha, Wisconsin, native started her career for the Badgers by participating in all 22 games and immediately having a significant impact on the team's fate.Her opening year was just an introduction. Over the next three years, Rhodes went on to hone her game and cement herself as the leader of the team in overall offensive production. In just her second season competing with the team, Rhodes led the Badgers in total goals, assists, points and shots on goal.

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