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Redemption Day

Dukan,  Dekker, Bucky celebrate  (USA Today)

A lightening rod for outside criticism, junior Traevon Jackson missed a game-winning opportunity last weekend in his home arena. He didn't miss a second time, as Wisconsin finally got the Michigan State hex off its back with a 60-58 victory over the ninth-ranked Spartans Sunday afternoon.

MADISON - One could understand why Wisconsin's players briefly lost composure, starting to celebrate before sprinting back on defense for the final seconds. After all, the Badgers haven't had many moments to celebrate about in the past few weeks. "We got a little ahead of ourselves," said junior Josh Gasser. Good thing the final seconds didn't do anything to take away Traevon Jackson's latest...

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