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Postgame Notes: Wisconsin vs. Iowa

Feb. 6, 2013

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Postgame Notes
Wisconsin vs. Iowa
Kohl Center -- Madison, Wis. -- Feb. 6, 2013

•    Wisconsin improved to 178-17 (.913) at the Kohl Center under Bo Ryan, including a mark of 88-10 (.898) in Big Ten Conference home games.
•    Bo Ryan improved to 139-57 (.709) in Big Ten games, tying Ohio State's Thad Matta (105-43, .709) for the highest winning percentage in conference history.
•    The Badgers snapped a three-game losing streak to Iowa and improved to 9-1 against the Hawkeyes at the Kohl Center during the Bo Ryan era.
•    The double overtime game was the Badgers' first double OT game since the 2005-06 season when they defeated Eastern Kentucky 95-89.
•    Wisconsin improves to 60-51-1 (.540) all-time in OT and 7-8 (.467) in double OT. Bo Ryan improves to 10-7 (.588) all-time in OT and the Badgers improve to 6-3 (.667) against Iowa in overtime.
•    The Badgers made 13-of-14 free throws in the two overtime periods.
•    Wisconsin finished 19-of-26 (.731) at the free throw line, marking the second-consecutive game it has shot over 25 free throws (UW went 28-of-42 Sunday at Illinois). The Badgers are 91-11 all-time under Bo Ryan when shooting at least 25 free throws.
•    Wisconsin overcame a nine-point deficit trailing 51-42 with 6:18 remaining in regulation. The Badgers nine-point comeback ranks as the second largest comeback of the season -- UW overcame a 13-point deficit against Arkansas on Nov. 24, 2012.
•    Iowa pulled down a UW opponent season-high 51 rebounds, 18 offensive and 33 defensive.
•    Iowa's 70 points snapped a Wisconsin 20-game streak of holding opponents to 60 points or less at the Kohl Center.

•    Sophomore Traevon Jackson scored 13 points, including a game-tying 3-pointer with 21 seconds remaining in the second half to knot the game 58-58 and force overtime.
•    Senior Jared Berggren tallied 16 points and a career-high 14 rebounds (8 offensive), marking his second double-double of the season. Berggren equaled a career-high seven blocked shots, tying for the third-most in UW single-game history.  
•    Freshman Sam Dekker scored five points, but came up big with a 3-pointer with 1:37 remaining in the second overtime to give Wisconsin a 67-64 lead.
•    Senior Ryan Evans finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Evans was 5-of-7 from the FT line, including a pair of free throws with four seconds remaining in the second overtime to give Wisconsin a 74-70 lead.
•    Junior Ben Brust scored 18 points, marking his ninth double-digit scoring performance of the season.

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