Wisconsin Basketball: It’s time to appreciate Tyler Wahl

Wisconsin basketball has had a long lineage of decorated “glue guys” whose contributions to the program have been immeasurable. Whether it be: Josh Gasser, Zac Showalter, Mike Kelley, Brevin Pritzl, Brad Davison, Joe Krabenhoft, Marcus Landry, Khalil Iverson or Michael Flowers – it’s hard to imagine the program finding the success they’ve had over the … More Wisconsin Basketball: It’s time to appreciate Tyler Wahl

Wisconsin Basketball: What we’ve learned so far

Greg Gard had his work cut out for him entering the season, needing to replace an astonishing amount of on court production. Even though it’s a small sample size, it’s hard not to be impressed with the way Greg Gard has this young badger team prepared and hungry to win.  Through six games, Wisconsin sits at 5-1 (32nd … More Wisconsin Basketball: What we’ve learned so far

Wisconsin Basketball: Bo Ryan’s career – by the numbers

The legend that is Bo Ryan will be honored ahead of tonight’s game against UW-Green Bay, where ironically enough, his son Will Ryan is the head coach. At this point, it’s unknown how they plan on honoring the man the helped the program reach unimaginable heights, but one thing is for certain – it’s going … More Wisconsin Basketball: Bo Ryan’s career – by the numbers

5 takeaways from the win over UW-Whitewater

Wisconsin basketball was back in action on Friday in a preseason exhibition with UW-Whitewater. It was our first look at Greg Gard’s young roster that features 12 underclassmen and has an average age of just 19.5 years of age. With just three players returning that played meaningful minutes a year ago (Davison, Davis, Wahl), there … More 5 takeaways from the win over UW-Whitewater