Photo Gallery - Indiana
Bronson Koenig (Siker/14)
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Posted Feb 26, 2014


Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from Wisconsin's victory over Indiana at the Kohl Center.



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Badgers front court made a few adjustments since the first meeting to prevent easy buckets in the post at the Kohl Center (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker scored a Badger high scoring 16 points, 5-7 from the field & 5-5 from free throw (Siker/14)
Ben Brust lit up IU in the second half and scored 12 for the game. All 5 starters scored double digits (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser scored 11 points on 3-4 shooting. And spent most of his time hounding IU PG Yogi Farrell (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson scored 14 points with 1 assist. He led the offense which only allowed 3 turnovers (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was aggressive early and added 10 points, perfect from free throw 4-4 (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig chipped in a deuce playing 12 minutes (Siker/14)
Duje Dukan played a rotation for 4 minutes and did not score (Siker/14)
Stories of the game was the Badgers slow start and the second half defense. In the last 8 minutes the Badgers only bucket was a Kaminsky tip-in off a missed bucket (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson trips over IU player, there was no whistle. IU PG sinks a 3-pointer a moment later, major swing in the first half (Siker/14)
Badgers post defense was much improved with its front court making the correct rotations (Siker/14)
IU offensive attack was Noah Vonleh and Yogi Ferrell with a side of Will Sheehy and Stanford Robinson (Siker/14)
Badgers defense held their own vs NBA Lottery Prospect Noah Vonleh but still allowed him to score 18 points (Siker/14)
Vitto Brown got a preview of trying to defend a big time Big Ten power forward (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig makes a desperation heave at the end of the first half, IU leads 29-19 (Siker/14)
After halftime, the Badgers wasted no time to storm back taking the lead on a 22-9 run (Siker/14)
Ben Brust reaches the milestone of 1000 points. He now sets his sights on becoming the Badger leader in 3-point field goals (Siker/14)
During the burst, Badgers were seemingly able to hit most of their jump shot looks and gain advantage in the paint (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker made a huge impact in the game, scoring 14 of his 16 points in the 2nd half (Siker/14)
The Kohl Center came to life as the Badgers blew through IU (Siker/14)
Wisconsin bench comes to life as the Badgers sink a 3-pointer (Siker/14)
Badgers students were able to use their 3-point signs often with seven hits (Siker/14)
Broncos RB Montee Ball was in attendance again to see another Badger win (Siker/14)
IU Coach Tom Crean remained active during both Hoosier and Badger runs trying to keep a high energy level on the court (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan speaks to referee on the sideline. His team had 24 FT attempts compared to 4 FT in Bloomington (Siker/14)
Badgers bench enjoyed a laugher in the second half as their team outscored the opponents by 21 points, 50-29 (Siker/14)
During timeouts, the Badgers dance team keeps the spirit alive (Siker/14)
ESPN analyst Dan Dakich steps out of his chair during a timeout for some hard hitting reporting (Siker/14)
Badgers comfortable lead over IU allowed Coach Bo Ryan to insert student section fan favorite Evan
Another rarely seen player freshman Jordan Hill takes the court (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Badgers defense was a major factor in getting the W (Siker/14)
Players played great help defense and created obstacles for driving lanes (Siker/14)
Indiana had the advantage on the boards, outrebounding Wisconsin 33-29 (Siker/14)
Badgers got six blocks compared to the Hoosiers three (Siker/14)
Wisconsin guards play big on both offense and defense (Siker/14)
During Karaoke Cam, Bucky Badgers has some fun in the student section (Siker/14)
IU players wear iconic candy stripe warmups (Siker/14)
A Badger Tradition postgame, the singing of Varsity (Siker/14)

Badgers front court made a few adjustments since the first meeting to prevent easy buckets in the post at the Kohl Center (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker scored a Badger high scoring 16 points, 5-7 from the field & 5-5 from free throw (Siker/14)
Ben Brust lit up IU in the second half and scored 12 for the game. All 5 starters scored double digits (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser scored 11 points on 3-4 shooting. And spent most of his time hounding IU PG Yogi Farrell (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson scored 14 points with 1 assist. He led the offense which only allowed 3 turnovers (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was aggressive early and added 10 points, perfect from free throw 4-4 (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig chipped in a deuce playing 12 minutes (Siker/14)
Duje Dukan played a rotation for 4 minutes and did not score (Siker/14)
Stories of the game was the Badgers slow start and the second half defense. In the last 8 minutes the Badgers only bucket was a Kaminsky tip-in off a missed bucket (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson trips over IU player, there was no whistle. IU PG sinks a 3-pointer a moment later, major swing in the first half (Siker/14)
Badgers post defense was much improved with its front court making the correct rotations (Siker/14)
IU offensive attack was Noah Vonleh and Yogi Ferrell with a side of Will Sheehy and Stanford Robinson (Siker/14)
Badgers defense held their own vs NBA Lottery Prospect Noah Vonleh but still allowed him to score 18 points (Siker/14)
Vitto Brown got a preview of trying to defend a big time Big Ten power forward (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig makes a desperation heave at the end of the first half, IU leads 29-19 (Siker/14)
After halftime, the Badgers wasted no time to storm back taking the lead on a 22-9 run (Siker/14)
Ben Brust reaches the milestone of 1000 points. He now sets his sights on becoming the Badger leader in 3-point field goals (Siker/14)
During the burst, Badgers were seemingly able to hit most of their jump shot looks and gain advantage in the paint (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker made a huge impact in the game, scoring 14 of his 16 points in the 2nd half (Siker/14)
The Kohl Center came to life as the Badgers blew through IU (Siker/14)
Wisconsin bench comes to life as the Badgers sink a 3-pointer (Siker/14)
Badgers students were able to use their 3-point signs often with seven hits (Siker/14)
Broncos RB Montee Ball was in attendance again to see another Badger win (Siker/14)
IU Coach Tom Crean remained active during both Hoosier and Badger runs trying to keep a high energy level on the court (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan speaks to referee on the sideline. His team had 24 FT attempts compared to 4 FT in Bloomington (Siker/14)
Badgers bench enjoyed a laugher in the second half as their team outscored the opponents by 21 points, 50-29 (Siker/14)
During timeouts, the Badgers dance team keeps the spirit alive (Siker/14)
ESPN analyst Dan Dakich steps out of his chair during a timeout for some hard hitting reporting (Siker/14)
Badgers comfortable lead over IU allowed Coach Bo Ryan to insert student section fan favorite Evan "The Thinker" Anderson in the game (Siker/14)
Another rarely seen player freshman Jordan Hill takes the court (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Badgers defense was a major factor in getting the W (Siker/14)
Players played great help defense and created obstacles for driving lanes (Siker/14)
Indiana had the advantage on the boards, outrebounding Wisconsin 33-29 (Siker/14)
Badgers got six blocks compared to the Hoosiers three (Siker/14)
Wisconsin guards play big on both offense and defense (Siker/14)
During Karaoke Cam, Bucky Badgers has some fun in the student section (Siker/14)
IU players wear iconic candy stripe warmups (Siker/14)
A Badger Tradition postgame, the singing of Varsity (Siker/14)

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Badgers front court made a few adjustments since the first meeting to prevent easy buckets in the post at the Kohl Center (Siker/14) Sam Dekker scored a Badger high scoring 16 points, 5-7 from the field & 5-5 from free throw (Siker/14) Ben Brust lit up IU in the second half and scored 12 for the game. All 5 starters scored double digits (Siker/14) Josh Gasser scored 11 points on 3-4 shooting. And spent most of his time hounding IU PG Yogi Farrell (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson scored 14 points with 1 assist. He led the offense which only allowed 3 turnovers (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky was aggressive early and added 10 points, perfect from free throw 4-4 (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig chipped in a deuce playing 12 minutes (Siker/14) Duje Dukan played a rotation for 4 minutes and did not score (Siker/14) Stories of the game was the Badgers slow start and the second half defense. In the last 8 minutes the Badgers only bucket was a Kaminsky tip-in off a missed bucket (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson trips over IU player, there was no whistle. IU PG sinks a 3-pointer a moment later, major swing in the first half (Siker/14) Badgers post defense was much improved with its front court making the correct rotations (Siker/14) IU offensive attack was Noah Vonleh and Yogi Ferrell with a side of Will Sheehy and Stanford Robinson (Siker/14) Badgers defense held their own vs NBA Lottery Prospect Noah Vonleh but still allowed him to score 18 points (Siker/14) Vitto Brown got a preview of trying to defend a big time Big Ten power forward (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig makes a desperation heave at the end of the first half, IU leads 29-19 (Siker/14) After halftime, the Badgers wasted no time to storm back taking the lead on a 22-9 run (Siker/14) Ben Brust reaches the milestone of 1000 points. He now sets his sights on becoming the Badger leader in 3-point field goals (Siker/14) During the burst, Badgers were seemingly able to hit most of their jump shot looks and gain advantage in the paint (Siker/14) Sam Dekker made a huge impact in the game, scoring 14 of his 16 points in the 2nd half (Siker/14) The Kohl Center came to life as the Badgers blew through IU (Siker/14) Wisconsin bench comes to life as the Badgers sink a 3-pointer (Siker/14) Badgers students were able to use their 3-point signs often with seven hits (Siker/14) Broncos RB Montee Ball was in attendance again to see another Badger win (Siker/14) IU Coach Tom Crean remained active during both Hoosier and Badger runs trying to keep a high energy level on the court (Siker/14) Coach Bo Ryan speaks to referee on the sideline. His team had 24 FT attempts compared to 4 FT in Bloomington (Siker/14) Badgers bench enjoyed a laugher in the second half as their team outscored the opponents by 21 points, 50-29 (Siker/14) During timeouts, the Badgers dance team keeps the spirit alive (Siker/14) ESPN analyst Dan Dakich steps out of his chair during a timeout for some hard hitting reporting (Siker/14) Badgers comfortable lead over IU allowed Coach Bo Ryan to insert student section fan favorite Evan Another rarely seen player freshman Jordan Hill takes the court (Siker/14) Wisconsin Badgers defense was a major factor in getting the W (Siker/14) Players played great help defense and created obstacles for driving lanes (Siker/14) Indiana had the advantage on the boards, outrebounding Wisconsin 33-29 (Siker/14) Badgers got six blocks compared to the Hoosiers three (Siker/14) Wisconsin guards play big on both offense and defense (Siker/14) During Karaoke Cam, Bucky Badgers has some fun in the student section (Siker/14) IU players wear iconic candy stripe warmups (Siker/14) A Badger Tradition postgame, the singing of Varsity (Siker/14)

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