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Wisconsin Badgers Basketball: Head Coach Greg Gard Needs to Have Interim Removed From His Title

When Greg Gard was given the reins as interim head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers in the middle of December, he was definitely replacing a legend in Bo Ryan. 861 more words

Interview with Ethan Happ: 'Everyone is all-in now'

Madison, WI — After practice on Monday afternoon, I sat down with Wisconsin forward Ethan Happ.

We talked about various topics, including Greg Gard, the team’s wake up call, Nigel Hayes’s leadership, and more. 1,291 more words

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Wisconsin's recipe for success in Big Ten play

It’s been an extremely turbulent season in Madison for the Wisconsin Badgers.

With the departure of Bo Ryan, rise of Greg Gard, and loss of five essential role players, the team has experienced inconsistency across the board. 817 more words

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Bo Ryan sent Greg Gard a picture of a bottle of champagne after win over Michigan State

Many have wondered what former Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan has been up to since announcing his retirement on December 15. Today, at his weekly press conference, interim head coach Greg Gard talked a bit about Ryan after a reporter hinted to Gard that he heard Ryan contacted Gard after… 171 more words

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Preview: Wisconsin hosts #4 Michigan State desperate for upset

Wisconsin and Michigan State will tip off at 12:30 P.M. on CBS. The Badgers will look to end their current three-game losing streak, and the Spartans will be looking to bounce back after their second loss to Iowa this season. 452 more words

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Gard excelling through first five games despite record

When Bo Ryan retired on December 15, Wisconsin interim head coach Greg Gard got his chance to earn the full-time head coaching job. So far, despite a 2-3 record, with those three losses coming by a combined 10 points against likely tournament teams, Gard has shown focus, poise, and leadership as the Badgers head coach. 559 more words

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Men's Basketball: Bobcats fall on the road in MAC opener

Northern Illinois sank half of its shots on Wednesday night to defeat Ohio at home, 80-69. The Green & White converted only three of its 17 shot attempts in the final 10 minutes of play to drop their first Mid-American Conference game of the season. 225 more words

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