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McNeal misses off a set out-of-bounds play. UW boards... again.
Leuer fires a quick 3 for UW, let's not get into their game with the quick 3s. MU misses in response tho and Leuer boards.
Yeah, MU hasn't pressed much. Pretty straight forward so far.
UW turns it over and MU on the runout.
Taylor did exactly what he's taught... to protect the rim and take the charge. He tried, but didn't get the feet set and is called for a block.
Acker hits both free throws. UW leads 26-19.
It's getting tough to hear in here right now.Team fouls are 14-5 right now in favor of MU.
Whew... UW gets bailed out as Hughes was in trouble with 3 seconds on the shot clock. He went up for a tough shot and drew a foul on James. He'll shoot two.
J-Bo to Landry in the corner for THREE! It's good.
With Hughes out of the game... the ball went to Taylor with the shot clock running down. He pentrated and dished to Keaton down low. Nankivil drew the foul going up. Nice vision by JT there.
Buster Keaton hits both free throws.
Leuer misses from the top of the key, Krabby hustles for a loose ball and he goes diving with two MU players into the Badger bench for the ball. Krabby is called for being over-aggressive and gets a foul. That's 3 on Krabby.
That's Mike Kelley on the color commentary.
Wisconsin trails 56-493:04 left.
MU leads 58-54 with 52.2 left on the clock.
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