Iowa City, Iowa- With a 73-69 overtime loss to the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team loses its third straight game and their second in a row in extra minutes. Check back at badgerherald.com or in tomorrow’s paper for coverage of tonight’s game. Thanks for checking in at badgerherald.com
At the end of regulation, with the Badgers down by three, freshman guard Jordan Taylor hits a three to send the game into overtime with the score of 60-60.
At the 7:41 mark in the second half, the Badgers lead the Hawkeyes 37-35. Wisconsin already has 10 fouls, including four on sophomore forward Jon Leuer. Iowa has just five team fouls.
With a timeout on the floor at the 11:45 mark in the second half, the Badgers have built a 35-28 lead. UW is currently on a 9-0 run while Iowa has been scoreless since the 15:32 mark.
At the 15:32 mark in the second half, the game is tied at 26. The Badgers have only scored two points in the half on a basket by Landry at the beginning half while the Hawkeyes have gone on a 6-0 run with Palmer scoring five of six.
At the half, the Badgers are leading the Hawkeyes 24-20. With no points scored in the last 4:31 in the half, UW is led by Hughes and Krabbenhoft, who both have seven points. Iowa is led by Palmer, with eight points.
With 3:12 left in the first half, UW leads Iowa 24-20. The Badgers are on a 6-0 run, capped off by a long jumper by Jason Bohannon with 4:31 left in the half.
At the 7:53 mark in the first half, Iowa leads Wisconsin 18-16. The Hawkeyes are on a 6-2 run, capped off with a turnover by UW guard Jason Bohannon, which led to a layup by Iowa guard Matt Gatens, giving Iowa the two-point advantage.
With 11:43 left in the first half, Wisconsin leads Iowa 14-12. UW guard Trevon Hughes has gone 1-2 from the line and senior forward Marcus Landry hit a layup with 12:44 left in the half to give the Badgers the lead.
At 15:24 left in the first half, the Badgers have taken a 9-5 lead over the Hawkeyes. Getting his first start of the year, Kevin Gullikson hit a layup for the first two points of the game. Forward Joe Krabbenhoft leads Wisconsin with five points and freshman forward Aaron Fuller leads Iowa with three points.
In front of a less than packed house at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the Badgers (12-5, 3-2 Big Ten) are set to take on the Hawkeyes (11-7, 1-4 Big Ten). Wisconsin is looking to rebound after two straight losses, including a 78-74 loss to Minnesota at the Kohl Center last week.
Coming off a losing streak, UW head coach Bo Ryan is adding a wrinkle into his starting lineup, replacing sophomore Keaton Nankivil with senior Kevin Gullikson.
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