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Men's hoops: Missed shots, Bison overwhelm UW

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Woodside scores 24 to pace NDSU's upset of No. 15 Wisconsin; Badgers shoot 22 percent

MADISON—Second chances and forced turnovers were not enough for Wisconsin to overcome its shooting woes Saturday as the Badgers fell 62-55 to North Dakota State at the Kohl Center. A 3-pointer by Kammron Taylor cut the Bison lead to four with just under a minute to play, but the two things keeping North Dakota State on top down the stretch—point guard Ben Woodside and missed field goals by...

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