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It's About Time for Barry Alvarez and the Wisconsin Badgers to Honor Bo Ryan at the Kohl Center

Bo Ryan was inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday, a commemoration of his accomplishments which include 742 wins, four Division III titles at UW-Platteville, seven total Big Ten regular season or tournament championships, and two final four berths (if not for Grayson Allen going HAM and officials calling a tight game, there’d be a national title there too). 328 more words


'Sam Dekker Day' in Sheboygan

On March 17, 2012, Sam Dekker hit arguably the greatest shot in Wisconsin high school basketball history. This shot occurred in the 2012 WIAA Boys Division 5 Championship game against Racine Lutheran as he propelled his school to a 67-66 victory. 408 more words

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Bo Ryan Swing Offense

The offensive team should line up as shown in fig 1. The important thing is to have a triangle on the side with the ball. The triangle should consist of a player on the lane line extended with the ball, a player on the wing, and a player on the post. 56 more words

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Wisconsin men's basketball: Nigel Hayes to leave lasting legacy after senior season

Nigel Hayes is a name that will be remembered on the UW-Madison campus for years to come. A hard working, charming and bright young man, Hayes has made a lasting impact both on and off the court during his four years at Wisconsin. 1,478 more words


Bo Ryan to be inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

MADISON —¬†Former Wisconsin head men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, according to the Wisconsin Athletics website… 120 more words


Wisconsin men's basketball: Kohl Center floor to be named after Ab Nicholas

Albert “Ab” Nicholas was many things to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was a generous man, whose philanthropy towards the university would be very tough to match. 340 more words


Wisconsin men's basketball: Badgers in better place this time against Marquette

MADISON — Last season, Marquette beat Wisconsin at the Kohl Center, 57-55, the first time the Badgers had dropped back-to-back non conference games in 25 seasons. 445 more words