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Milwaukee at Wisconsin: How to Watch, Game Info and More


Dec 7, 2013; Madison, WI, USA; Wisconsin Badgers head coach Bo Ryan watches action during the game with the Marquette Golden Eagles at the Kohl Center. Wisconsin defeated Marquette 70-64. Mandatory Credit: Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports

Bo Ryan really has his Wisconsin Badgers off to a great start. Unlike some other teams who are undefeated, the Badgers have beaten teams that are actually — well, at least supposedly — good. Of their 10 victories, Wisconsin has beaten five teams who call a “power conference” home. While some of those teams aren’t projected to be that special, it’s still better than beating a team from a lower than mid-major conference.

It hasn’t hurt the Badgers that they play a little bit different than usual for a Bo Ryan coached team. We chronicled it here. Now, they aren’t playing more up-tempo or anything, but have become incredibly efficient and have done away with the forced half court play. If there are openings Wisconsin now takes advantage of them — even if it is only a few seconds into the shot clock.

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How to Watch

Milwaukee Panthers (9-2, 0-0 Horizon) at #4 Wisconsin Badgers (10-0, 0-0 Big Ten)

Wednesday, December the 11th

8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

At the Kohl Center

Picture Box: No, nationally

Live Stream: BTN.com

Should I Watch?

I am not going to lie and say I have watched a ton of Milwaukee games. So, to continue in my effort of being honest, I have no idea if their 9-2 record means they are good or if they also beat a slew of less than solid teams. Still, watch this game because upsets happen.