Photo Gallery - Iowa
Traevon Jackson (Siker/14)
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Posted Feb 22, 2014


Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from Wisconsin's victory over Iowa at the Carver-Hawkeye Arena.



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Iowa students paint their bodies before a pivotal match for third place in the Big Ten standings (Siker/14)
Former Hawkeye Ben Brust is introduced, the senior plays his final game in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14)
Former Badger Jarrod Uthoff logged in starters minutes off the bench, but the record shows he is 0-2 vs his former team (Siker/14)
Tipoff and we are underway, Badgers win the tip but fall back 0-5. But quickly answer and take command of the first half (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was the Badger high scorer of the game with 21 points. He scored six of UW eight points in the last minute to seal the win (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker showed attack from the wing and sunk two 3-pointers. The sore hand was just an inconvenience (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig was Badgers main scoring threat in the first half, he scored 10 before intermission (Siker/14)
Freshman teammate Nigel Hayes was solid contributor off the bench spelling Kaminsky when he was in foul trouble, Badgers outrebounded Iowa 35-33 (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser turned the momentum for Bucky drilling two 3-pointers in the last 5 minutes (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson guided the offense very efficient, scoring 8 points and hitting 2 crucial free throws in the final minute (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky stayed aggressive against Iowa frontcourt today and delivered when UW needed him late in the game (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky after the hoop and the harm. Both on offense and defense fouls were accumulated on both sides (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig couldnt miss in the first half, he shot the ball with supreme confidence (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker continues to take greater confidence and control of the offense, and grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds (Siker/14)
From the wing, Sam with the slam (Siker/14)
Slammin Sam boosts confidence and swings momentum (Siker/14)
Iowa Head Coach McCaffery is the
Coach Bo Ryan is upset after Sam Dekker is mauled on a breakaway, after replay review the call stands - 2 shot foul for Dekker (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan has a way of getting the officials attention (Siker/14)
Emperor Barry Alvarez oversaw the Badgers victory (Siker/14)
Iowa defense often gave Frank Kaminsky the ultimate respect, the double team (Siker/14)
Freshman Nigel Hayes continued to batter the opponent front court and found his way to the free throw line three times, making all attempts (Siker/14)
Sitting with foul trouble, Josh Gasser leads the cheers and eventually Coach inserts him back into the game earlier than planned (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser was an immediate impact scoring points and putting pressure on the Hawkeyes on both sides of the court (Siker/14)
The battle got very intense, many swings of scoring and turnovers on both sides. Badgers are whistled for a 10-second violation vs the full court press (Siker/14)
In a crucial 3-point play, Nigel Hayes ties the game with this lay-in and one! (Siker/14)
With the Badgers down one, Josh Gasser starts the play of the game from the top of the key finding post player Frank Kaminsky (Siker/14)
Deep in the post, fearless Frank Kaminsky for the win (Siker/14)
Off the window, Badgers lead. Panic in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14)
On the inbounds play, Frank Kaminsky is the easiest target. And also a reliable free-throw shooter. Badgers shot 11-13 FT compared to 8-9 for Iowa (Siker/14)
Jubilation on the Badgers bench as the free throws seal the win (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker and Traevon Jackson meet at half court as Bucky gets the W (Siker/14)
Badgers savor a monster road win, taking control of third place in conference (Siker/14)
Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery congratulates the winning Badgers for the first time this season (Siker/14)
Fran is the Man in the Iowa student section (Siker/14)
Christmas comes late for the Iowa Hawkeyes, but they might expect to find a NCAA bid this year in their stocking (Siker/14)
The coaches both stayed with the officials in a tightly fought game (Siker/14)
Iowa's coach kept his composure and guided his team back from a 9-point halftime deficit (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky reacts as the Badger defense is called for a ticky-tack foul (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser on ball defending gives UW the advantage (Siker/14)
7 Foot Tall Frank Kaminsky gives the Badgers height on interior defense (Siker/14)
Help defense has helped the Badgers defend the lane (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson reaches for a loose ball from Iowa's leading scorer Roy Devyn Marble (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker has worked hard to improve staying active in all parts of the game from defensive rotations to rebounding (Siker/14)
Always a positive burst of encouragement after a great play from Bo Ryan's bench (Siker/14)
Carver-Hawkeye arena is a hostile environment for opposing teams (Siker/14)
Everyone was given a placard for a patriotic mural during the national anthem (Siker/14)
Hawkeye spirit entertain during each timeout (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker keeps turning heads gaining more national notoriety (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker talks to ESPN analyst Dan Dakich postgame after the win (Siker/14)

Iowa students paint their bodies before a pivotal match for third place in the Big Ten standings (Siker/14)
Former Hawkeye Ben Brust is introduced, the senior plays his final game in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14)
Former Badger Jarrod Uthoff logged in starters minutes off the bench, but the record shows he is 0-2 vs his former team (Siker/14)
Tipoff and we are underway, Badgers win the tip but fall back 0-5. But quickly answer and take command of the first half (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was the Badger high scorer of the game with 21 points. He scored six of UW eight points in the last minute to seal the win (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker showed attack from the wing and sunk two 3-pointers. The sore hand was just an inconvenience (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig was Badgers main scoring threat in the first half, he scored 10 before intermission (Siker/14)
Freshman teammate Nigel Hayes was solid contributor off the bench spelling Kaminsky when he was in foul trouble, Badgers outrebounded Iowa 35-33 (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser turned the momentum for Bucky drilling two 3-pointers in the last 5 minutes (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson guided the offense very efficient, scoring 8 points and hitting 2 crucial free throws in the final minute (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky stayed aggressive against Iowa frontcourt today and delivered when UW needed him late in the game (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky after the hoop and the harm. Both on offense and defense fouls were accumulated on both sides (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig couldnt miss in the first half, he shot the ball with supreme confidence (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker continues to take greater confidence and control of the offense, and grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds (Siker/14)
From the wing, Sam with the slam (Siker/14)
Slammin Sam boosts confidence and swings momentum (Siker/14)
Iowa Head Coach McCaffery is the "Franimal" - part Fran and part animal (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan is upset after Sam Dekker is mauled on a breakaway, after replay review the call stands - 2 shot foul for Dekker (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan has a way of getting the officials attention (Siker/14)
Emperor Barry Alvarez oversaw the Badgers victory (Siker/14)
Iowa defense often gave Frank Kaminsky the ultimate respect, the double team (Siker/14)
Freshman Nigel Hayes continued to batter the opponent front court and found his way to the free throw line three times, making all attempts (Siker/14)
Sitting with foul trouble, Josh Gasser leads the cheers and eventually Coach inserts him back into the game earlier than planned (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser was an immediate impact scoring points and putting pressure on the Hawkeyes on both sides of the court (Siker/14)
The battle got very intense, many swings of scoring and turnovers on both sides. Badgers are whistled for a 10-second violation vs the full court press (Siker/14)
In a crucial 3-point play, Nigel Hayes ties the game with this lay-in and one! (Siker/14)
With the Badgers down one, Josh Gasser starts the play of the game from the top of the key finding post player Frank Kaminsky (Siker/14)
Deep in the post, fearless Frank Kaminsky for the win (Siker/14)
Off the window, Badgers lead. Panic in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14)
On the inbounds play, Frank Kaminsky is the easiest target. And also a reliable free-throw shooter. Badgers shot 11-13 FT compared to 8-9 for Iowa (Siker/14)
Jubilation on the Badgers bench as the free throws seal the win (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker and Traevon Jackson meet at half court as Bucky gets the W (Siker/14)
Badgers savor a monster road win, taking control of third place in conference (Siker/14)
Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery congratulates the winning Badgers for the first time this season (Siker/14)
Fran is the Man in the Iowa student section (Siker/14)
Christmas comes late for the Iowa Hawkeyes, but they might expect to find a NCAA bid this year in their stocking (Siker/14)
The coaches both stayed with the officials in a tightly fought game (Siker/14)
Iowa's coach kept his composure and guided his team back from a 9-point halftime deficit (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky reacts as the Badger defense is called for a ticky-tack foul (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser on ball defending gives UW the advantage (Siker/14)
7 Foot Tall Frank Kaminsky gives the Badgers height on interior defense (Siker/14)
Help defense has helped the Badgers defend the lane (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson reaches for a loose ball from Iowa's leading scorer Roy Devyn Marble (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker has worked hard to improve staying active in all parts of the game from defensive rotations to rebounding (Siker/14)
Always a positive burst of encouragement after a great play from Bo Ryan's bench (Siker/14)
Carver-Hawkeye arena is a hostile environment for opposing teams (Siker/14)
Everyone was given a placard for a patriotic mural during the national anthem (Siker/14)
Hawkeye spirit entertain during each timeout (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker keeps turning heads gaining more national notoriety (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker talks to ESPN analyst Dan Dakich postgame after the win (Siker/14)

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Iowa students paint their bodies before a pivotal match for third place in the Big Ten standings (Siker/14) Former Hawkeye Ben Brust is introduced, the senior plays his final game in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14) Former Badger Jarrod Uthoff logged in starters minutes off the bench, but the record shows he is 0-2 vs his former team (Siker/14) Tipoff and we are underway, Badgers win the tip but fall back 0-5. But quickly answer and take command of the first half (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky was the Badger high scorer of the game with 21 points. He scored six of UW eight points in the last minute to seal the win (Siker/14) Sam Dekker showed attack from the wing and sunk two 3-pointers. The sore hand was just an inconvenience (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig was Badgers main scoring threat in the first half, he scored 10 before intermission (Siker/14) Freshman teammate Nigel Hayes was solid contributor off the bench spelling Kaminsky when he was in foul trouble, Badgers outrebounded Iowa 35-33 (Siker/14) Josh Gasser turned the momentum for Bucky drilling two 3-pointers in the last 5 minutes (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson guided the offense very efficient, scoring 8 points and hitting 2 crucial free throws in the final minute (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky stayed aggressive against Iowa frontcourt today and delivered when UW needed him late in the game (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky after the hoop and the harm. Both on offense and defense fouls were accumulated on both sides (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig couldnt miss in the first half, he shot the ball with supreme confidence (Siker/14) Sam Dekker continues to take greater confidence and control of the offense, and grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds (Siker/14) From the wing, Sam with the slam (Siker/14) Slammin Sam boosts confidence and swings momentum (Siker/14) Iowa Head Coach McCaffery is the Coach Bo Ryan is upset after Sam Dekker is mauled on a breakaway, after replay review the call stands - 2 shot foul for Dekker (Siker/14) Coach Bo Ryan has a way of getting the officials attention (Siker/14) Emperor Barry Alvarez oversaw the Badgers victory (Siker/14) Iowa defense often gave Frank Kaminsky the ultimate respect, the double team (Siker/14) Freshman Nigel Hayes continued to batter the opponent front court and found his way to the free throw line three times, making all attempts (Siker/14) Sitting with foul trouble, Josh Gasser leads the cheers and eventually Coach inserts him back into the game earlier than planned (Siker/14) Josh Gasser was an immediate impact scoring points and putting pressure on the Hawkeyes on both sides of the court (Siker/14) The battle got very intense, many swings of scoring and turnovers on both sides. Badgers are whistled for a 10-second violation vs the full court press (Siker/14) In a crucial 3-point play, Nigel Hayes ties the game with this lay-in and one! (Siker/14) With the Badgers down one, Josh Gasser starts the play of the game from the top of the key finding post player Frank Kaminsky (Siker/14) Deep in the post, fearless Frank Kaminsky for the win (Siker/14) Off the window, Badgers lead. Panic in Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Siker/14) On the inbounds play, Frank Kaminsky is the easiest target. And also a reliable free-throw shooter. Badgers shot 11-13 FT compared to 8-9 for Iowa (Siker/14) Jubilation on the Badgers bench as the free throws seal the win (Siker/14) Sam Dekker and Traevon Jackson meet at half court as Bucky gets the W (Siker/14) Badgers savor a monster road win, taking control of third place in conference (Siker/14) Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery congratulates the winning Badgers for the first time this season (Siker/14) Fran is the Man in the Iowa student section (Siker/14) Christmas comes late for the Iowa Hawkeyes, but they might expect to find a NCAA bid this year in their stocking (Siker/14) The coaches both stayed with the officials in a tightly fought game (Siker/14) Iowa's coach kept his composure and guided his team back from a 9-point halftime deficit (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky reacts as the Badger defense is called for a ticky-tack foul (Siker/14) Josh Gasser on ball defending gives UW the advantage (Siker/14) 7 Foot Tall Frank Kaminsky gives the Badgers height on interior defense (Siker/14) Help defense has helped the Badgers defend the lane (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson reaches for a loose ball from Iowa's leading scorer Roy Devyn Marble (Siker/14) Sam Dekker has worked hard to improve staying active in all parts of the game from defensive rotations to rebounding (Siker/14) Always a positive burst of encouragement after a great play from Bo Ryan's bench (Siker/14) Carver-Hawkeye arena is a hostile environment for opposing teams (Siker/14) Everyone was given a placard for a patriotic mural during the national anthem (Siker/14) Hawkeye spirit entertain during each timeout (Siker/14) Sam Dekker keeps turning heads gaining more national notoriety (Siker/14) Sam Dekker talks to ESPN analyst Dan Dakich postgame after the win (Siker/14)

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