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Badgers top Terps, move into tie for Big Ten lead

Led by Nigel Hayes' 21 points and 10 rebounds, Wisconsin took down Maryland. The Badgers are now tied with Purdue atop the Big Ten standings.

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Bracketology: Being the Big Ten

Wisconsin might be No. 11 in the polls, but that's not translating to a high seed. The Badgers' spot as a 5-seed is just the latest example of the struggles of life in the Big Ten.

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Creighton Ball Movement pays off

A great half-court possession ends with a Justin Patton dunk for the 20th-ranked Blue Jays, who lead Georgetown 41-33 at halftime.

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Savage with Pretty Score for Butler

Kethan Savage hangs in the air and then sinks a shot for Butler. The 24th-ranked Bulldogs are up big on DePaul late in the second half.

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Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

All-injured team of Edmond Sumner, Maurice Watson, Eron Harris, Chris Clarke, OG Anunoby, Gavin Schilling, Ben Carter, Phil Booth, Jordan Woodard, Kenny Williams, John Egbunu, Udoka Azubuike could win a lot of games. And I know I've forgotten people. Just brutal.

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Badgers' scoring woes has become a major theme entering Sunday's home game against Maryland; Wisconsin had averaged under 40 percent from the field in its last six games, and scored just 117 points in 123 possessions in back-to-back losses to Northwestern and Michigan last week. Sunday wasn't exactly pretty -- UW shot 41.4 percent (including 2 of 12 from 3) and scored just 71 points in 66 trips -- but stout defense and a second-half surge earned them the much-needed win.

Happ spins off defender for layup

Wisconsin's Ethan Happ gets tricky in the paint after executing a beautiful reverse move. The 11th-ranked Badgers topped No. 23 Maryland, 71-60.

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Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin starting to settle in a little bit in the second half against Maryland. Melo Trimble has the Terps very much in the game, but still: This is the most comfortable the Badgers have looked in a minute.

Ball's dad doubles down saying son better than Curry

LaVar Ball, Lonzo's father, repeats his statement that he believes that his son is better than Steph Curry.

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Who were the Saturday Stars?

SEC Now's Dari Nowkhah, Daymeon Fishback and Antoine Walker discuss the best performances from Saturday's slate of games.

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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Three of Virginia's six worst offensive performances this season have come in its last three games.