George Stacy
No longer top 25 Tennessee. Seems to be a bit more parity throughout the Nation this season. 
UW 60
UT 58

I cannot see Trice scoring 31 but maybe he stays hot? MP's second game should be a bit more relaxed and comfortable. And hopefully King gets back into attack mode.
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db11
The game's not at the Kohl Center, so...

...Vols by 15.
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db11 wrote:
The game's not at the Kohl Center, so...

...Vols by 15.

what's the score?
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what's the score?


Badgers 68
Volunteers 48

Final

The identity crisis continues. Who are these guys? What is this team?

Trice continues his hot shooting with 21 points, and Pritzl with another big game off the bench with 17. UW shot 42.3% from three, and held Tennessee to just 34.8% overall shooting,

*shrugs*
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oldballcoach1
In some regards Tennessee reminded me of the Badgers.  They have struggled shooting the ball and couldn't find a basket for long stretches.  They had some open looks and missed.  The Badgers hit some shots early and the confidence grew from there.  Really, I think the first two baskets by Kobe King set the stage and it became contagious.  Of course it helped that the Vols have lost their best player and this was the first game without him.  Nonetheless, a win, a road win, in a hostile environment.  

Like the Marquette game, some early offense led to open shots and there were not a lot of late in the clock forces.  I really liked seeing Potter and Wahl rim run and set down in the low post.  Wahl isn't much of a threat in the low post yet, but he forces the defense to run with him and then he occupies the defender.  That in turn opens up the court.  That is one thing Reuvers is not able to do.  The confidence Pritzel shot with was good to see and he has to continue to get 5 to 6 three point attempts a game.  There is such a stark difference when this team is aggressive offensively rather than swing for 22 seconds and then go high screen and roll at the top the last few seconds of the clock.  
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