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Spending most of the 2009 conference season watching from the bench, Rob Wilson knew he needed to find his role in UW's scheme. Coming off the bench to chip in a variety of areas, Wilson is starting to find his niche for Wisconsin, who face No.4 Purdue Saturday.

MADISON – It terms of what would be considered the worst kind of wake-up call, Rob Wilson and his Wisconsin teammates would have much preferred the nagging, annoying store-bought alarm clock then the one they received Wednesday. The physically-demanding Spartans not only awoken the Badgers with the shake, No.10 Michigan State's seven-point win and 14-point advantage on the glass left Wilson sore...

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