2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
4th in Big Ten
Tom Lynn/Wisconsin Athletic Communications
8d

NCAA: Badgers' Potter must sit out fall semester

The NCAA has denied a request for junior forward Micah Potter to play during the fall semester after transferring from Ohio State two days before the season opener last November. He will be eligible to play beginning Dec. 21.

2:11

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Wisconsin coach Greg Gard reflects on what has happened since the car accident that killed the wife and daughter of assistant coach Howard Moore.

Iverson obliterates Jones in TBT Dunk Contest (0:43)
76d

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The bar for entry to this year's NBA Draft Combine was a high one. A few names that stood out to scouts as players they'd expected to get invites but didn't: Wisconsin's Ethan Happ, BYU's Yoeli Childs and Hofstra's Justin Wright-Forman. The Combine takes place in Chicago this month after the NBA Lottery.

210d

Oregon extends March run with 72-54 win over Wisconsin

Payton Pritchard scored 19 points, Kenny Wooten protected the rim with four blocks and 12th-seeded Oregon extended its surprising March run by beating No. 5 seed Wisconsin 72-54 Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Wisconsin star Ethan Happ, a 2nd-team All-American, closed out his college career with an underwhelming finale in the loss to Oregon. Happ finished with 12 points and 8 rebounds — both below his season averages of 17.5 and 10.1, respectively — and also had five turnovers and had his shot blocked three times. He also finished the night with a game-worst -22 plus-minus rating. Without him playing at his best, the Badgers simply didn't have enough to counter Oregon's diversified attack.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Oregon, which *had* to win the Pac-12 tournament to earn its NCAA tournament bid, has looked like one of the nation's best teams in the last month. The Ducks have now won nine straight games, outscoring their opponents by nearly 18 points a game and holding them to 34.6 shooting. Their first-round win over Wisconsin pretty much followed that same script — with an 18-point victory and the Badgers shooting only 32.2 percent.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

The unquestioned star of the second half for Oregon has been sophomore forward Kenny Wooten, who has three dunks in the second half and a block of Wisconsin star Ethan Happ — followed by a little trash talk — that finally made Ducks fans get loud here in the SAP Center. Wooten's high-wire act has easily been the most entertaining thing about an otherwise low-wattage affair.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

As predicted, Oregon and Wisconsin are struggling to score in their first-round matchup here in San Jose. The Ducks are shooting 40.7 percent from the floor (22.2 from 3) while the Badgers are doing even worse at 37.5 percent (18.2 from 3). The only player who's shown any semblance of offensive explosiveness so far is Oregon guard Payton Pritchard, who's scored 12 points and continuing the kind of play that earned him Pac-12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Meanwhile, Wisconsin's Ethan Happ — a second-team All-American who averages 17.5 points and 10.1 rebounds — has only 4 points and 3 rebounds at the half.

Joel Anderson ESPN 

Had a brief tussle over a loose ball at mid court between Oregon's Ehab Amin and Wisconsin's Will Richardson that had to be separated by the refs. It ended up being Wisconsin's ball but Amin gave it a good fight. Pretty much symptomatic of a game fought more between the tackles than the baselines, so far.

Virginia, Tennessee headline South Region (4:45)
215d
Trice seals the game with big 3-pointer (0:26)
217d
Watson makes key 3-pointer (0:15)
217d
Reuvers drills deep 3-pointer (0:15)
217d

Team Stats

Points Per Game68.6314th
Rebounds Per Game35.2234th
Assists Per Game12.6304th
Points Allowed61.79th

Find Tickets

Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record38-22
Championship Seasons1941
Tournament Appearances23