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TV breaks make NCAA Tournament games grind for players, fans alike
TV breaks make NCAA Tournament games grind for players, fans alike
NCAA Tournament TV breaks stretch to 2 minutes and 30 seconds, a good half-minute longer than the regular season. And that doesn't include the 20-minute halftimes.
UW's Jackson hopes to play tonight

Traevon Jackson was beaming in the Wisconsin locker room Wednesday afternoon at the Staples Center.

“It feels great,” Jackson said when asked about his right foot, which he broke Jan. 11 against...

Bridgette Alexander enjoys first season swimming at Kentucky
Bridgette Alexander enjoys first season swimming at Kentucky
Gazette columnist Tom Miller caught up with the Milton native and keeps you updated on local athletes competing on the college scene
Badgers, Tar Heels play in NCAA Tournament for first time since 2006

Bo Ryan is trippin' about being back in the NCAA West Regional.

First, the Wisconsin coach has the same man escorting him around that he did last year, when the Badgers won the regional in Anaheim. Then Ryan...

Badgers know they must play better moving forward
Badgers know they must play better moving forward
Wisconsin survived the first weekend of the NCAA tournament but needs to pick it up if a second straight Final Four is in the cards.
Zak Showalter shines off Badgers bench
Zak Showalter shines off Badgers bench
Redshirt sophomore guard Zak Showalter chose the opportune moment—UW's 72-65 victory over Oregon in the third round of the NCAA tournament—to fashion perhaps his best overall performance of the season.
Showalter steps up in tourney spotlight
You name the category and reserve guard Zak Showalter from Germantown High School contributed in top-seeded UW's 72-65 victory over eighth-seeded Oregon on Sunday night at the CenturyLink Center.
Badgers advance, will play Tar Heels
Badgers advance, will play Tar Heels
Sam Dekker scored 17 points and led four Wisconsin players in double digits, and the No. 1-seeded Badgers are headed back to the Sweet 16 after defeating Oregon 72-65 in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night.
Badgers must watch Pac-12 player of the year Young
When the Wisconsin Badgers and Oregon Ducks met in the third round of the 2014 NCAA tournament in Milwaukee, Oregon guard Joseph Young hit 4 of 7 3-pointers, 10 of 19 shots overall and 5 of 6 free-throw attempts to finish with a game-high 29 points.
Wisconsin outmuscles Coastal Carolina
Wisconsin outmuscles Coastal Carolina
Big Ten player of the year Frank Kaminsky had 27 points and 12 rebounds for his 12th double-double of the season, and No. 1 seed Wisconsin defeated Coastal Carolina 86-72 in the NCAA tournament on Friday night.