Junior guard Ben Brust earns his first career Big Ten player of the week honor and Wisconsin -…
"Something Big Has Happened"
MADISON - After being around his head coach for countless hours, games and practices over his four seasons, Mike Bruesewitz knows when a rarity occurs with head coach Bo Ryan. So when the senior looked over to see his coach standing on the court with both arms extended upward, Bruesewitz knew, "something big has happened." It did courtesy of junior guard Ben Brust. Arguably the deadliest three-point shooter on Wisconsin's roster, Brust hit an improbable three-pointer just past halfcourt at the end of regulation and the game-winning three with 39.6 seconds left to lift the Badgers to a 65-62 overtime victory over No.3 Michigan Saturday. "It was awesome," said Brust. "Something I will remember forever, and I am sure a lot of people will … To win the game in overtime makes it that much sweeter. We're right in the hunt." After losing three of four following its upset at No.2 Indiana, the third straight win for Wisconsin (17-7, 8-3 Big Ten) has put the Badgers in the thick of the...
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