MADISON - It would have been a fitting ending had Iowa guard Josh Oglesby's three-point attempt…
MADISON - Outworked and outhustled during its first three game losing streak to the Hawkeyes in over nine years, Wisconsin was following the same script during most of regulation Wednesday night. Continued to be plagued by poor free throw shooting, Wisconsin shot 6-for-12 in regulation to almost watch a chance to keep pace with the Big Ten leaders slip away. But as soon as Wisconsin got a second chance, the Badgers flipped the switch and took back possession of their Iowa rival. "We just kept working," said senior Jared Berggren, who finished with 16 points and career highs in rebounds (14) and blocks (7) in Wisconsin's 74-70 overtime win over Iowa Wednesday at the Kohl Center. "That was obviously a tough battle out there. It's a team that plays hard and they've had our number the last couple meetings with them, so we just kept fighting … We showed a lot of fight. We did just enough to find a way to get a win." It was Wisconsin's first double overtime game since playing...
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