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Needing Some More March Magic

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With his floppy red afro and his tough-as-nails mentality to come back five days after a knee sprain, Mike Bruesewitz was the feel-good story of UW's NCAA Tournament. After a challenging regular season, Bruesewitz is looking to find that magic again for No.14 Wisconsin heading into Friday's Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal.

INDIANAPOLIS - It was one of those big plays that could have jumpstarted the rest of the season for forward Mike Bruesewitz. In a game Feb.28 against Minnesota where points were at a premium, Bruesewitz grabbed the defensive rebound, got the ball back on the offensive end, drove hard to the bucket, made the shot and drew a blocking foul. It was a 3-point play that No.14 Wisconsin needed on...

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