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A Place in History

Landry hits his big shot (Brad Fedie/09)

When his turnaround post-up jumper rattled through the net at 13:28 of the second half, senior forward Marcus Landry took his place next to Wisconsin's greats, as he reached the 1,000-point plateau.

MADISON — Marcus Landry has always been a quiet player. Quiet with his mouth, quiet with his leadership, quiet with his play and quiet with his stats. So it's fitting that it took about four or five minutes for the Kohl Center to loudly proclaim that an individual milestone had been reached, after Landry's post-up layup gave the University of Wisconsin senior forward over 1,000 points for his...

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