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I'm More Of A Rhombus Guy Myself, Phil

Well, the New York Knicks lost again on Tuesday. The Knicks lost?? But I thought their season was over?? Oh, they might not be playing games anymore, but that hasn’t kept them from being losers. 707 more words

NBA

Wisconsin men's basketball: Jordan Hill will leave UW after graduation, become grad transfer

On Wednesday afternoon, Wisconsin guard Jordan Hill and the Badgers announced that Hill will be leaving the Wisconsin program after graduation in May.

Hill, who would have been a redshirt senior, has decided to explore options and play as a graduate transfer at another school. 400 more words

NCAAB

Lions Sign Unrestricted Free Agent DT Jordan Hill

Allen Park, Mich. – The Detroit Lions announced today that they have signed unrestricted free agent DT Jordan Hill. Contract terms were not disclosed.

Hill (6-1, 291) enters his fifth NFL season after previous stints with the Seattle Seahawks (2013-15) and Jacksonville Jaguars (2016). 54 more words

Sports

Wisconsin men's basketball: Badgers pull off the huge upset over No. 1 overall seed Villanova, 65-62

With 20 seconds left and the game tied at 62-62 against No. 1 overall Villanova, the Badgers called a timeout to draw up a play. For the second straight year, against a larger-than-life opponent, that play worked. 523 more words

NCAAB

Wisconsin men's basketball: Badgers cruise to easy victory over Northwestern, 76-48

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Coming off an impressive win against the hot Indiana Hoosiers to kick off Wisconsin’s postseason, the No. 24 Badgers faced the Northwestern Wildcats in this Big Ten Tournament semifinal, the first in Wildcats’ history. 704 more words

NCAAB

Wisconsin men's basketball: Takeaways from hard-fought Illinois win

Last night, Wisconsin (19-3, 8-1) won a relatively close game in Champaign, limiting the Illini to a season-low in points on their way to a 57-43 victory. 711 more words

NCAAB

Wisconsin men's basketball: Happ's heroics, defense carry Badgers to OT win at MSG

Stunningly, the Badgers were able to pull out a gritty 61-54 OT win against Rutgers at Madison Square Garden on Saturday. Thanks to Ethan Happ’s 32, Wisconsin improved to 18-3 on the season and 7-1 in the Big Ten, retaining first place in the conference. 724 more words

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