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Q&A: Drewiske Ready for NCAA

Drewiske and goalie Shane Connelly

Wisconsin senior captain Davis Drewsike talks with reporters about the Badgers second chance to make an impact in the NCAA Tournament and being able to play at home in the Kohl Center.

Looking at everything that happened, you've got to feel like you're in pretty good existence right now? Oh yeah, it gives us new life. We were just talking before practice that it doesn't matter how we got here, we're here. So let's take advantage of it right? You see the irony in who you are playing don't you? A little bit. I think the call at the end of the game the first night in Denver... Recommended Stories

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