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Wisconsin Badgers vs. Baylor Bears Prediction: NCAA Tournament Second Round Preview

Hot-shooting Badgers look to upset the top-seeded Bears
Wisconsin Badgers vs. Baylor Bears Prediction: NCAA Tournament Second Round Preview

Wisconsin tries to channel their inner 2017 Badgers when they take on the South Region's top-seeded Baylor Bears in the second round on Sunday. Back in 2017, Wisconsin knocked off 1-seed Villanova 65-62 after beating No. 8 Virginia Tech. This year's version is feeling good after crushing North Carolina 85-62 on Friday. Brad Davison led the way with 29 while D'Mitrik Trice added 21 points in the rout.

 

Wisconsin Badgers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels Prediction: NCAA Tournament First Round Preview

Two of college basketball's blue bloods play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday
Wisconsin Badgers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels Prediction: NCAA Tournament First Round Preview

It's the fourth all-time meeting between North Carolina and Wisconsin on Friday night in Indianapolis, as two of college basketball's blue bloods try to pay off mediocre seasons with a first-round victory. These two played a very memorable Sweet 16 game back in 2015, with the Badgers moving on 79-72 as Frank Kaminsky put up 19 points in the victory.

 

2016 NCAA Tournament: Ranking the Sweet 16 Teams

Cinderella has been sent home, as college basketball's big boys flood Sweet 16, led by No. 1 overall seed Kansas
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2016 NCAA Tournament: Ranking the Sweet 16 Teams

The first week of the NCAA Tournament has come and gone, and we have cut down the field to the Sweet 16. Northern Iowa, Stephen F. Austin and Middle Tennessee tried their best to  play the role of Cinderella, but the clock has struck midnight on the mid-majors, as the Sweet 16 has turned into a battle of the college basketball big boys — including a record six ACC teams.

Wisconsin's Bo Ryan Will Retire After 2015 Season

The Badgers' basketball coach will step down after this season after continuous success.

As arguably one of the nation’s top college basketball coaches, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan announced that he would retire after this upcoming season. Ryan has been the team’s head coach since 2001, amassing a 357-125 overall record over that time. He has led his team to the NCAA Tournament every year, highlighted by two straight Final Four appearances. Thus, he hopes to continue his success in his 15th and final season as head coach.

 

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