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Badgers Adapt to Return to Sweet 16

Sam Dekker, UW go up tempo (Siker/14)

After advancing to the Sweet 16 five previous times under Bo Ryan with its deliberate offense, Wisconsin is back and playing with an offense that can adapt to whatever its opponents throw at them.

MADISON - After a 40 point whipping of American in the first round, and a second half surge against Oregon, Wisconsin is moving on to its seventh Sweet 16 since 2000 when it travels to Anaheim, California, to matchup up with sixth-seed Baylor this Thursday. After overcoming a deliberant offensive attack and an up-tempo track race in the first two games, Wisconsin now transitions into an... Recommended Stories

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