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Notes: Waking the Sleeping Giant

Keaton Nankivil (Koshollek/10)

After playing just seven minutes Saturday against South Dakota, senior Keaton Nankivil rebounded in a big way Wednesday, being stout defensively that turned into offensive production in a 21-point Wisconsin victory.

MADISON – Saturday against South Dakota, Keaton Nankivil was about as quiet as a starting forward could be. Seven minutes, no points, one rebound. Nankivil made plenty of noise Wednesday against Milwaukee. The senior was active on both ends of the floor, making five of six shots for 10 points, grabbing nine rebounds, blocking three shots and stealing the ball twice. His effort helped the Badgers...

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