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IU's second effort overwhelms Badgers

Marco Killingsworth (Neil Ament/Badger Nation)

UW misses opportunity to pull ahead in first half, with star players in foul trouble.

INDIANAPOLIS—Paradoxically, the best chance for the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team to come away with a win Friday afternoon here in a Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal was when its best players were on the bench with foul trouble. The Badgers, though, could not take full advantage of Indiana's first-half malaise. That left the door wide open for the Hoosiers, who ran right through it...

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