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Wednesday 2/20/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




WISCONSIN (18 - 8) at NORTHWESTERN (13 - 13)
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Wednesday, 2/20/2013 9:00 PM
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WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-8-1.19-149-1167.031.942.6%
Road Games4-6+0.42-74-561.027.038.9%33.664.231.044.2%35.8
Last 5 Games4-1+33-14-167.431.040.2%41.261.425.238.2%37.6
Conference Games9-4+5.85-75-860.728.439.9%36.756.224.839.4%34.7
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)67.031.924-5742.6%8-2234.3%10-1761.8%37111314694
vs opponents surrendering64.129.623-5541.5%6-1933.3%12-1869.0%33912176133
Team Stats (Road Games)61.027.021-5538.9%7-2331.3%11-1959.8%341011174103
Stats Against (All Games)56.225.221-5339.8%4-1329.9%10-1469.4%3378185123
vs opponents averaging69.132.725-5544.7%6-1834.7%14-1970.7%35913177134
Stats Against (Road Games)64.231.023-5244.2%4-1230.3%14-1974.3%3689185113

NORTHWESTERN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-13-2.412-119-862.628.741.1%31.862.327.241.7%37.1
Home Games8-8-116-75-464.130.141.8%32.762.628.741.6%37.5
Last 5 Games1-4-12-32-255.626.839.2%28.866.030.643.5%38.2
Conference Games4-9+2.46-74-857.425.039.2%28.365.428.243.6%39.5
NORTHWESTERN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)62.628.721-5241.1%8-2234.7%12-1966.5%32715166113
vs opponents surrendering6530.123-5641.6%6-1833.1%13-1868.8%34912186133
Team Stats (Home Games)64.130.122-5241.8%8-2235.7%12-1963.2%33717155104
Stats Against (All Games)62.327.222-5441.7%5-1633.4%12-1964.1%371013186124
vs opponents averaging68.731.924-5643.4%6-1933.8%14-2069.0%361013176134
Stats Against (Home Games)62.628.723-5541.6%6-1735.3%11-1764.0%371014186123
Average power rating of opponents played: WISCONSIN 76.6,  NORTHWESTERN 74.7
WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/3/2013PENN ST60-51W-18.5L124U22-5738.6%32424-5246.2%3815
1/6/2013@ NEBRASKA47-41W-8.5L118U20-5337.7%38618-4936.7%358
1/15/2013@ INDIANA64-59W10.5W133U23-5145.1%28820-5437.0%3711
1/19/2013@ IOWA66-70L-1L127.5O25-5843.1%341222-5143.1%337
1/22/2013MICHIGAN ST47-49L-5L123U16-5429.6%35918-4738.3%3510
1/29/2013@ OHIO ST49-58L6L119U19-5236.5%26923-4551.1%3210
2/3/2013@ ILLINOIS74-68W-2W125.5O21-4942.9%38928-6443.7%329
2/14/2013@ MINNESOTA53-58L5T119U18-5930.5%431118-4936.7%369
2/17/2013OHIO ST71-49W-3.5W119O29-5552.7%371021-5637.5%309
2/20/2013@ NORTHWESTERN              
3/7/2013@ MICHIGAN ST              
3/10/2013@ PENN ST              

NORTHWESTERN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/6/2013@ MINNESOTA51-69L16.5L130.5U20-5238.5%201123-4847.9%4715
1/10/2013@ PENN ST70-54W2W121O22-4845.8%33718-5731.6%3711
1/17/2013@ ILLINOIS68-54W10W131U17-3647.2%241519-4938.8%3018
1/26/2013@ NEBRASKA49-64L-1L115.5U18-5632.1%341123-5145.1%4311
1/30/2013@ MICHIGAN46-68L15.5L128U19-5137.3%29825-4951.0%312
2/9/2013@ IOWA57-71L8L128P20-5735.1%311224-5048.0%3412
2/14/2013@ OHIO ST59-69L16.5W123O23-5046.0%21825-5545.5%419
2/24/2013@ PURDUE              
2/28/2013OHIO ST              
3/7/2013PENN ST              
3/10/2013@ MICHIGAN ST              
WISCONSIN: Head coach Bo Ryan's Badgers may not be able to match up to Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State in this year's Big Ten but they should be favored against the rest of the competition. Wisconsin's defense and slow tempo is legendary, holding opponents to a Division-I low 53.2 PPG, and that shouldn't change even without last year's leader Jordan Taylor, who had a team-high 14.8 PPG and 4.1 APG. Now it's time for Ryan Evans (11.0 PPG, 6.8 RPG) and Jared Berggren (10.5 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 1.7 BPG) to lead this team from the inside out. Despite standing at 6-foot-10 and playing center in a lot of Ryan's lineups, Berggren is also a threat on the perimeter, averaging 1.3 threes per game last year, where he will be especially needed considering sniper Josh Gasser, who played 34.1 MPG last year and nailed 45.2% of his shots from beyond the arc, is out for the year with a torn ACL. At 6-foot-7, freshman SF Sam Dekker will be a perfect addition to Ryan's style of play, giving this team a lengthy and flexible roster that should continue to play lockdown defense.
NORTHWESTERN: Without the school's career scoring leader John Shurna, who carried last year's team with 20.0 PPG and 5.4 RPG, this Wildcats squad will face an uphill battle in the Big Ten. However, the other four starters are back for head coach Bill Carmody, led by the dangerous swingman Drew Crawford (16.1 PPG, 4.7 RPG), so this team should be able to rack up at least a few conference wins. Carmody is also excited to have a talented center for a change with 7-foot freshman Alex Olah able to score, rebound and defend.
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*Wisconsin-Northwestern Preview* ================================


Wisconsin (18-8) at Northwestern (13-13), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Coming off one of its best offensive performances of the season, Wisconsin hopes to stay focused while looking to continue its success against struggling Northwestern.

The surging No. 19 Badgers try for a sixth straight victory over the host Wildcats in Wednesday night's Big Ten matchup.

Three days after Wisconsin's three-game winning streak ended with a 58-53 overtime loss at Minnesota, the Badgers (18-8, 9-4) shot a season-high 52.7 percent in Sunday's 71-49 home rout of No. 18 Ohio State.

Wisconsin showed its ability to bounce back from a frustrating defeat - and third straight overtime contest. It had gone scoreless in the final five minutes of regulation, managed four points in the extra session and shot 30.5 percent overall against the Gophers.

"You have to keep pushing forward in this conference if you're going to be successful," forward Ryan Evans told Wisconsin's official website. "You really don't have time to get down on yourself. We know what we're looking to do here and there are going to be lows. But the lows are what creates the highs."

The Badgers have plenty of highs to build on after breaking out to a 24-6 lead, recording 16 assists on 29 field goals and going 7 of 19 (36.8 percent) from 3-point range Sunday. Jared Berggren and Ben Brust each scored 15 points while Sam Dekker added 13. Brust also pulled down 11 rebounds and Berggren had four blocks.

"I think a big part is just knocking down shots," said Berggren, who has at least 13 points in three of the last four games while recording no fewer than eight boards during that span. "I think we got a lot of the same looks, but everything seems better when the ball goes in."

Wisconsin is shooting just 39.9 percent in conference play, but leads the league by holding Big Ten opponents to 56.2 points per game on 39.4 percent shooting.

The Badgers have shot 53.6 percent while averaging 75.8 points and allowing 57.3 in the last four meetings with Northwestern (13-13, 4-9). Wisconsin has outscored the Wildcats 138-96 to win its last two in Evanston and has taken 10 of 11 overall in the series.

Evans had 17 points with nine rebounds while Mike Bruesewitz added 13 points, five boards, four assists and two steals in last season's 77-57 home win.

Though the Badgers have won four of five at Northwestern and the Wildcats are mired in a season-worst three-game skid, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan understands his team must be prepared to patiently handle the hosts' deliberate, Princeton-style system.

"The way they play their defense, it is different on their reads and the way they scramble and their - they have their rules or reads, and offensively they obviously do, and they do them at a little quicker pace because they know exactly what the next move is, what the next read is," Ryan said.

"They are hard to prepare for that way, but you just get (the players) ready."

The Wildcats have averaged 52.3 points while losing three straight overall by an average of 15.0. Northwestern shot a season-low 25.0 percent (12 of 48) in Sunday's 62-41 home loss to Illinois.

Leading scorer Reggie Hearn (14.0 points per game) had a team-high 11, but shot 3 of 11. He scored 11 and was 2 of 6 from the field in last season's loss at Wisconsin.

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