Jan. 16, 2013
Final Stats |
Wisconsin vs. Indiana
Jan. 15, 2013 – Assembly Hall
• Wisconsin won its seventh straight game and improved to 13-4 on the season and 4-0 in Big Ten play.
• The Badgers are 4-0 in the Big Ten for the first time since opening the 2007-08 season 6-0 en route to winning the 2008 Big Ten Championship.
• In beating No. 2 Indiana, Wisconsin tallied its highest-ranked road win in school history. The Badgers previous two top-5 road wins came over No. 4 Ohio State in 1980 and No. 5 LSU in 1953.
• Wisconsin posted its seventh top-10 road win of all time. Bo Ryan has been at the helm for three of them.
• UW has now beaten Indiana 11 consecutive times, the longest win streak against the Hoosiers since the Badgers had an 11-game win streak vs. IU ending from 1912-19.
• Wisconsin won its fifth-consecutive game at Assembly Hall, the longest win streak by any opponent in that building. The five straight wins at Indiana also equals the longest road winning streak against the Hoosiers of all-time. UW is the first team to win five in a row at Indiana since 1923.
• With the win, Bo Ryan improved to 664-208 (.761) in his career and tied the legendary John Wooden for 38th place on the NCAA all-time wins list.
• UW improved to 64-62 (.508) on the road under Ryan, the best mark of any Big Ten team over that span.
• The Badgers held Indiana to a season-low 59 points. The Hoosiers entered the game leading the nation in scoring at 87.1 points per game.
• Wisconsin has held each of its last 11 opponents to 60 points or less.
• UW turned the ball over just eight times, becoming the first team to have single-digit TOs against Indiana this season.
• UW out-shot Indiana 45.1 percent to 37.0 percent. The Badgers’ mark is the second-highest field goal percentage against IU on the year and the Hoosiers mark represents a season low.
• The Badgers held Indiana to a season-low three made 3-pointers and a season-low 25.0 percent shooting.
• Four Badgers scored in double figures in the win. UW is now 8-0 on the season when having four or more players reach double digits in a game.
• Senior Ryan Evans led UW with 13 points and 8 rebounds. He has now scored in double figures in 16 consecutive Big Ten games, the longest active streak in the conference.
• Sophomore Traevon Jackson finished with 10 points, three rebounds and two assists, marking his second-straight game scoring in double figures.
• Senior Mike Bruesewitz finished with 10 points, three rebounds and a game-high four assists.
• Freshman Sam Dekker tallied 10 points and four rebounds.