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Bo Ryan discusses decision to retire, excitement for 15th and final season as Badgers head coach

MADISON — Wisconsin Badgers head men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan made a surprising announcement on Monday, June 29th. He plans to retire after next season. 375 more words


Video: Bo Ryan playfully uses cane to get to media availability

This is how Bo Ryan entered his media availability today. #CheersToBo http://t.co/BZXCwtigEf

Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) June 30, 2015

One day after announcing the 2015-16 season would be his last, Bo Ryan playfully used a cane to get to his media availability session Tuesday.

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Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan is just going to stay with Sam Dekker when he retires

Bo Ryan still has a season left at the helm of the Wisconsin basketball program, but he told reporters on Tuesday that he’s already started to figure out a few of his post-retirement plans. 65 more words


Tom Izzo and Tom Crean talk about Bo Ryan's Legacy

On Monday, Wisconsin men’s basketball coach, Bo Ryan, announced that he would retire at the end of the upcoming season. On Tuesday, ESPN’s Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg talked with two of Ryan’s Big Ten colleagues, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo and Indiana’s Tom Crean, about Ryan’s legacy in Madison as well as his impact in the world of college basketball. – Listen at ESPN.com

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Wisconsin must replace a legend; how have other Big Ten schools done it?

There is no denying the impact Bo Ryan has had at Wisconsin. Now, he’s poised to retire after the 2015-16 season, his 15th at the helm. 1,025 more words

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Wisconsin Basketball Coach Bo Ryan Announces He Will Retire After Next Season

Bo Ryan’s coaching career is coming to an end. In a brief statement released by Wisconsin basketball today, the Badgers’ coach announced that he will retire after the 2015-16 season, which will be his 15th year at the helm in Madison. 257 more words


Bo Ryan to Coach One Last Season

For fourteen years, he has stalked the sidelines of Kohl Center for fourteen years. He has led the Badgers to unprecedented heights, including seven Sweet Sixteens, four Big Ten titles, two Final Fours, and a national championship appearance. 287 more words

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