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Bruesewitz talks after participating in Wednesday's practice

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Wisconsin sophomore Mike Bruesewitz participated in full practice Wednesday as the Badgers continued preparation for their second-round NCAA tournament game against Belmont.

Bruesewitz went through Wisconsin's open practice at the McKale Center and also fully participated in the Badgers' one-hour closed practice at a nearby high school.

Bruesewitz remains a game-time decision for Thursday's contest vs. Belmont.

He had this to say Wednesday evening:

"I was a little timid at the start, but I guess that's to be expected," Bruesewitz said. "As practice went on I felt a lot more confident and felt better out there. I basically got the cobwebs out after not playing for a few days."

"I was able to go through possessions with the team and as practice went on I felt like I got back to playing like myself. I got on the floor once diving for a ball, went to the offensive glass and got a few offensive rebounds and knocked a couple people around. Once I realized I was fine, I was back to my normal ways of going 100 miles per hour."

"I've been icing my knee after practice, but it hasn't swollen up and feels good."

"I felt we had a really good practice today and guys seemed excited and ready to get this thing rolling."

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