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University of Wisconsin's Men's Basketball Team to Be Honored at Miller Park on Monday

After another incredible season, the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team will be honored on the field prior to the Brewers vs. Los Angeles Dodgers game on Monday, May 4 at Miller Park… 221 more words

The Brotherly Blog: Episode 2

In the second edition of The Brotherly Blog, we talk about recruits of the teams who appeared in the Final Four; Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. 61 more words


"Guys graduate and guys step up:" Badgers players confident team will see success in the future

MADISON (WITI) — It was a record-setting season for the Wisconsin Badgers’ men’s basketball team — a team that nearly won a national title. The Badgers fell to the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA Tournament’s championship game. 513 more words

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Do Fans Really Like Cinderella More Than College Basketball Powerhouses?

Duke’s victory over Wisconsin in Monday’s national championship game brings down the curtains on one of the most memorable NCAA tournaments in recent memory–a tournament with compelling storylines, riveting matchups, and of course, long-discarded brackets. 662 more words

Adam and Connor mourn the Badgers loss

Adam Hoge and Connor McKnight begin the show by mourning the Wisconsin Badgers 68-63  defeat in the National Championship game to Duke.


The Beat

Bo Ryan’s Post Game Comments: Legitimate Argument or Sour Grapes?

Poor loser, sour grapes, and other things have been said to describe Wisconsin Head Coach Bo Ryan’s comments following his team’s loss to Duke in the national championship game. 470 more words


8 Opinions about the 2015 NCAA Championship Game

Last Monday’s National Championship Game was one of the most exciting finals in recent memory, and was filled with all sorts of different takeaways. The game inevitably gave coaches and players the endings they’ve always/never wanted, added to the draft stocks of prospects, or simply wrapped up the careers of some of the older players. 2,189 more words