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PURDUE (9 - 6) at WISCONSIN (11 - 4)
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PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-6-2.57-87-877.638.045.2%35.969.334.243.3%30.9
Road Games2-6-6.53-54-473.733.642.7%35.275.436.647.0%32.7
Last 5 Games3-2-1.12-33-278.639.245.3%35.672.834.043.9%31.8
Conference Games2-201-31-366.034.039.9%31.070.738.043.6%36.7
PURDUE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)77.638.028-6145.2%10-2936.2%12-1673.1%361115176114
vs opponents surrendering68.732.225-5941.8%7-2232.8%12-1869.5%34912196143
Team Stats (Road Games)73.733.627-6342.7%11-3034.8%9-1465.2%351213176112
Stats Against (All Games)69.334.224-5543.3%9-2536.6%13-1676.9%31713165143
vs opponents averaging77.637.728-5946.4%8-2435.6%14-2071.5%37915176134
Stats Against (Road Games)75.436.625-5347.0%10-2638.1%15-1979.1%33615154133

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-4-2.28-79-674.534.048.7%34.762.228.740.9%32.9
Home Games6-1-2.53-45-280.939.450.4%34.161.929.441.5%29.9
Last 5 Games3-2-6.23-22-376.837.848.7%35.061.428.243.1%31.2
Conference Games3-1-1.52-21-366.025.048.4%
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)74.534.028-5848.7%8-2038.5%11-1667.2%3571415694
vs opponents surrendering71.633.926-6043.2%7-2233.3%13-1967.7%35913197133
Team Stats (Home Games)80.939.429-5750.4%9-2339.5%14-2069.5%3471513694
Stats Against (All Games)62.228.723-5740.9%6-2030.6%9-1464.8%33710184123
vs opponents averaging74.535.226-6044.0%7-2233.3%15-2169.0%381014186144
Stats Against (Home Games)61.929.424-5741.5%8-2235.5%7-1163.2%30610214132
Average power rating of opponents played: PURDUE 80.5,  WISCONSIN 77.4
PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/23/2018ROBERT MORRIS84-46W-24.5W143U26-5844.8%431317-5431.5%2717
11/28/2018@ FLORIDA ST72-73L3.5W147.5U22-5143.1%322024-5543.6%2917
12/1/2018@ MICHIGAN57-76L6.5L139U22-6235.5%33926-5547.3%3611
12/9/2018@ TEXAS68-72L-2L136O27-6541.5%29623-4748.9%3215
12/15/2018*NOTRE DAME80-88L-5L145.5O30-7042.9%40726-5052.0%309
12/20/2018OHIO U95-67W-16W147.5O34-6056.7%361023-5641.1%2714
1/8/2019@ MICHIGAN ST59-77L7L152.5U20-6431.2%34926-5844.8%4714
1/11/2019@ WISCONSIN              
1/23/2019@ OHIO ST              
1/27/2019MICHIGAN ST              
1/31/2019@ PENN ST              

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/27/2018NC STATE79-75W-6L142.5O28-5749.1%301031-6647.0%3611
11/30/2018@ IOWA72-66W-2W142U27-5648.2%32923-5939.0%3811
12/8/2018@ MARQUETTE69-74L2L137O27-5450.0%361323-6535.4%418
12/13/2018SAVANNAH ST101-60W-36W163U37-6656.1%451024-6040.0%2013
12/29/2018@ W KENTUCKY76-83L-6.5L135O31-6845.6%31732-5855.2%3813
1/6/2019@ PENN ST71-52W-1.5W128.5U30-6149.2%33720-5337.7%3516
1/14/2019@ MARYLAND              
1/23/2019@ ILLINOIS              
1/29/2019@ NEBRASKA              
PURDUE: Last season: 30-7, lost to Texas Tech in regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Boilermakers
Coach: Matt Painter
Conference: Big Ten
Who's gone: Forward Vince Edwards, center Isaac Haas, guard Dakota Mathias, guard P.J. Thompson.
Who's back: Guard Carsen Edwards (18.5 points per game) was the leading scorer on a senior-dominated team and became the lead vote-getter on the preseason All-American team after withdrawing from the NBA draft. Guard Nojel Eastern (2.9 points, 2.5 rebounds) showed steady improvement as a freshman and will try to fill the void left by Vince Edwards. Energetic forward Matt Haarms played dominant defense last season (3.2 rebounds, 2.1 blocks in 17.1 minutes) and has spent the summer refining his offensive moves. Guard Ryan Cline (4.0 ppg) has primarily been used as a 3-point specialist off the bench but should play a bigger role in his final college season.
Who's new: Freshman Eric Hunter Jr. and redshirt freshman Aaron Wheeler are expected to make the biggest impact. Hunter, a 6-foot-3 guard, scored nearly 2,600 points in high school, finished his career as the career scoring leader in Marion County (Indianapolis) and should help add the scoring punch Purdue needs. Wheeler is not the Boilermakers prototypical 6-9 forward. Long and slender, he uses length to his advantage and is more athletic than some of his predecessors.
The Skinny: It won't be the same without the four seniors, but the Boilermakers still have scorers, size, depth and defenders. Painter is too good of a coach to accept a significant drop-off, even after losing so many key players. And with Edwards, perhaps the best player in the Big Ten, leading the way, steady improvement could keep Purdue in the Big Ten title mix again.
Expectations: Las Vegas doesn't expect the Boilermakers to be the same. But they're not completely off the bandwagon, either. They've installed Purdue as a 60-1 shot to win the national title, fourth among conference teams behind only the two Michigan schools and rival Indiana.
WISCONSIN: Last season: 15-18, missed NCAA Tournament for first time in 19 years.
Nickname: Badgers.
Coach: Greg Gard.
Conference: Big Ten.
Who's gone: Reserve forwards Aaron Moesch and Andy Van Vliet (transferred to William & Mary).
Who's back: The Badgers get 95 percent of their scoring back from last season, led by senior forward Ethan Happ. The 6-foot-10 Happ (17.9 points per game, 8.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists) has been working on foul shooting and developing a mid-range jumper. Three important pieces in the backcourt are back from injuries, starting with guard Brad Davison. He emerged as an emotional leader during a freshman season in which he was hampered by a shoulder injury. D'Mitrik Trice (foot) and Kobe King (knee) give Gard depth and options at the perimeter. Getting guard Brevin Pritzl to hit consistently from 3-point range might make foes think twice about doubling Happ. Six-5 senior Khalil Iverson is the team's best athlete and embraces opportunities to guard an opponent's best scorer. Six-11 sophomore forward Nate Reuvers can hit jumpers but Badgers can get a boost if he can help Happ and Iverson on the boards.
Who's new: Trevor Anderson gives Gard another backcourt option after transferring from Wisconsin-Green Bay, where he averaged 9.8 points and 28 minutes in 20 games. He shot 37 percent from 3-point range. The Badgers added two scholarship players in their freshman class: guard Tai Strickland, who is the son of former NBA player Rod Strickland; and 6-8 forward Taylor Currie from Clarkston, Michigan.
The Skinny: With Happ leading the way, the Badgers have the ingredients of a team that should return to the NCAA Tournament. Happ, along with key upperclassmen Iverson and Pritzl, played on tourney teams that included Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig. The backcourt should be stronger with a healthy Davison, Trice and King. The Badgers won five of their last eight games last season because of better defense. They're stressing defense again going into this season.
Expectations: Wisconsin was a long shot to win the NCAA Tournament at 120-1, according to Las Vegas oddsmakers. It's on par with other Big Ten teams Maryland and Penn State. Michigan and Michigan State are the top favorites out of the league at 35-1.

Last Updated: 7/2/2020 1:33:41 PM EST

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