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A Youthful Bench Boosts UW

Ryan Evans has been big off the bench (Fedie/09)

It goes without saying that out scoring their opponents is always the number one goal for any basketball team. The Badgers have accomplish that feat seven times this season, thanks in large part to a group of youthful players coming off the bench.

MADISON - Considering the age of Wisconsin's bench, it would be fair to assume that the strength of the Badgers' roster is a starting five that possesses two senior guards and three battle-tested juniors. Although UW's three leading scorers are all starters averaging over 28 minutes, the bench's strength in numbers has been a welcomed lift in UW's first nine games. The Badgers' bench is out...

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