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MARQUETTE (5 - 3) at WISCONSIN (9 - 0)
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MARQUETTE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-3-13-32-371.036.442.1%41.463.029.938.6%34.0
Road Games2-203-12-274.539.245.8%39.568.033.742.7%30.5
Last 5 Games3-203-22-271.236.443.4%
MARQUETTE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.036.424-5842.1%5-1727.2%18-2864.7%411315196123
vs opponents surrendering69.532.924-5841.3%6-1932.5%16-2466.1%371012206133
Team Stats (Road Games)74.539.227-5945.8%6-1636.9%14-2068.3%391315184113
Stats Against (All Games)63.029.922-5638.6%7-2133.9%12-2062.1%341012225135
vs opponents averaging72.134.225-5743.6%7-1935.9%15-2366.3%371013206135
Stats Against (Road Games)68.033.723-5542.7%7-1838.9%14-2068.3%30911174116

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-0+6.64-31-473.636.645.9%34.663.128.142.8%31.7
Home Games4-0+11-21-181.541.251.6%
Last 5 Games5-0+3.63-10-369.035.243.6%36.057.826.039.7%30.4
WISCONSIN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.636.624-5345.9%8-2140.9%16-2272.6%3581215594
vs opponents surrendering65.23023-5641.5%6-1832.3%13-1968.5%34810196143
Team Stats (Home Games)81.541.228-5451.6%10-2148.2%16-2273.6%31814145103
Stats Against (All Games)63.128.124-5742.8%5-1432.3%10-1564.9%3279215103
vs opponents averaging7333.726-5845.4%5-1633.9%15-2267.9%371013187115
Stats Against (Home Games)67.231.727-5648.9%5-1240.8%7-1259.2%2869216111
Average power rating of opponents played: MARQUETTE 70.4,  WISCONSIN 76
MARQUETTE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/8/2013SOUTHERN U63-56W - -13-3636.1%351421-5935.6%3817
11/12/2013GRAMBLING114-71W - -45-8254.9%56720-7028.6%4114
11/16/2013OHIO ST35-52L1L144U10-5318.9%502022-5242.3%3411
11/21/2013NEW HAMPSHIRE58-53W-20L -17-5232.7%321217-5034.0%3720
11/25/2013@ ARIZONA ST77-79L7W140.5O28-6940.6%39429-5453.7%328
11/28/2013@ CS-FULLERTON86-66W-10.5W140.5O34-6155.7%401323-5046.0%2015
11/29/2013*GEORGE WASHINGTON76-60W-4W139.5U26-5844.8%441120-6033.3%337
12/1/2013*SAN DIEGO ST59-67L3L134U21-5042.0%351522-5639.3%3713
12/7/2013@ WISCONSIN              
12/17/2013BALL ST              
12/21/2013*NEW MEXICO              

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/8/2013*ST JOHNS86-75W-5W -25-5446.3%341028-5848.3%3412
11/16/2013@ WI-GREEN BAY69-66W-4.5L -26-5944.1%351027-6640.9%4014
11/19/2013N DAKOTA103-85W-19L141O35-5959.3%31936-6654.5%3112
11/21/2013BOWLING GREEN88-64W-22.5W -28-5154.9%331028-6344.4%306
11/23/2013ORAL ROBERTS76-67W-17.5L -27-5747.4%30827-4955.1%2414
11/26/2013*SAINT LOUIS63-57W-3W138U21-4546.7%40921-6432.8%377
11/27/2013*W VIRGINIA70-63W-7T142.5U22-5440.7%37723-5442.6%277
12/4/2013@ VIRGINIA48-38W4W124U15-5228.8%40711-4723.4%3410
12/14/2013E KENTUCKY              
12/28/2013PRAIRIE VIEW A&M              
MARQUETTE: At this point, expectations would be high for any Buzz Williams-coached team, and that's evidenced by its high expectations in the Big East this year, even after the Golden Eagles lost most of their starters and a ton of production. Most of that was from Vander Blue, who took the team to the Elite Eight before they were stifled by Syracuse's 2-3 zone. PF Davante Gardner (11.5 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 59% FG) is the team's best returner, and at 6-foot-8 and 290 pounds, he draws a ton of fouls, going to the charity stripe five times per game last season, where he connected on 84% of his free attempts. SF Jamil Wilson (9.7 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 36% 3-pt FG) and C Chris Otule (5.1 PPG, 3.5 RPG in 17.7 MPG) will join Gardner down low. The big questions for this team, though, will be in the backcourt to find a replacement for Blue. Much of that onus should fall on SG Todd Mayo (5.3 PPG), who saw fewer minutes (14.1 MPG) as a sophomore than he did as a freshman but will be counted on big time in this campaign. PG Derrick Wilson (1.1 PPG, 27% FG, 1.6 APG) may also wind up a starter, though expect him and Mayo to be challenged by freshman guards JaJuan Johnson and Duane Wilson, who are both top recruits. The same goes for freshman F/G Deonte Burton, who could give this team a lift on the wing.
WISCONSIN: The Badgers are coming off a season that ended in disappointment, falling in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. However, Wisconsin has some very talented players coming back, including 6-foot-7 stud sophomore SF Sam Dekker (9.6 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 39% 3-pt FG). He is one of the most versatile scorers in all of the country with the ability to hit from the outside, but all use his size to finish over smaller defenders in the paint. The Badgers will also get back PG Josh Gasser, who missed all of last season because of a torn ACL. Two seasons ago, Gasser (7.6 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 45% 3-pt FG in 2011-12) was a huge part of the Badgers offense as a shooting guard, but will man the point this season in a backcourt pairing with senior SG Ben Brust (11.1 PPG, 5.1 RPG, 39% 3-pt FG). While the Badgers will be missing the majority of their post scoring from last season, they will remain one of the top three-pointing shooting teams in all of the country. Head coach Bo Ryan has been very difficult to beat because of his team's slow-paced style of play, and that figures to be the case this season as well.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (MARQUETTE-WISCONSIN) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Marquette-Wisconsin Preview* =============================


Marquette (5-3) at Wisconsin (9-0), 2:15 p.m. EDT

Wisconsin has lost a total of seven home games to non-conference opponents since Bo Ryan's arrival in 2001.

Marquette is the only team that's done it twice.

The eighth-ranked Badgers will try to avoid a third straight loss to the Golden Eagles on Saturday as they look to continue their best start in 20 years.

Ryan is 94-7 in non-conference home games at Wisconsin, but he and the Badgers have lost two of the past three times they have hosted Marquette.

Wisconsin (9-0) has also lost the past two overall in the series, shooting 32.0 percent in a 61-54 loss at the Kohl Center two seasons ago before making just 32.7 percent from the field in a 60-50 defeat in Milwaukee last year.

This season's Badgers, however, are off to their best start since opening 11-0 in 1993-94 - and they're again showing they can do it with defense. Wisconsin held Virginia to 23.4 percent shooting Wednesday and didn't allow the Cavaliers to hit a field goal for the game's final 9:03 in a 48-38 victory - Ryan's 300th at the school.

"I'm glad we won like this," guard Josh Gasser said. "It's about time we played that way defensively."

Wisconsin wasn't much better than Virginia offensively, hitting just 28.8 percent of its shots - the worst shooting percentage in a win since Ryan took over.

"There are games sometimes, both ways, we both shot it poorly and not because we are inefficient offenses," Ryan said. "Look at our offenses coming in and we played some pretty good teams. These kind of games happen and you just have to survive."

Prior to the Virginia game, the Badgers were shooting 48.0 percent overall and a Big Ten-best 43.6 percent from 3-point range.

Marquette (5-3) fell out of the Top 25 after losing two games to unranked teams last week. The second of those was in the finals of the Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, where the Golden Eagles fell to now-No. 24 San Diego State 67-59.

"I don't think we have earned the right to be ranked," coach Buzz Williams said after the loss.

Marquette has struggled shooting the ball this season, especially from long range. The Golden Eagles are shooting just 27.2 percent from behind the 3-point line, among the 30 worst teams in the nation. Against the Aztecs on Sunday, Marquette made just 1 of 11 from beyond the arc and was outscored 14-6 in the final 3 1/2 minutes after tying the score at 53.

"I think we have to learn how to close out and how to finish," Williams said.

Forward Davante Gardner, who leads Marquette with 14.0 points per game, had just six against San Diego State. He had 10 points, eight boards and three blocks off the bench in the win over Wisconsin last season.

Frank Kaminsky had seven points in nine foul-plagued minutes off the bench in that loss for the Badgers, but the big man is coming into his own as a junior. After averaging 4.2 points in just over 10 minutes a game as a sophomore, the 7-footer is averaging team highs of 15.0 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per contest.

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