The Wisconsin Badgers basketball team edged Penn State by a score of 65-61 on the strong play of Marcus Landry. Penn State was kept in the game by one player alone Stanley Pringle who scored 22 points in the second half hitting a three with 55 seconds to cut the score to a one point differential. Pringle beat multiple Badgers defenders from outside the paint and inside. Marcus Landry dominated the block all day long and hit from just outside the paint with 35 seconds left to extend the lead back to three. Landry led all Badgers scorers with 23 points which was a carrer high. Jason Bohannon added 14 points, and Hughes and Krabbenhoft each added 10.
Penn State's leading scorer Taylor Battle averaging 19.6 points per game went 2-11 from the field and finished with 6 points. The Badgers played strong defense on Battle all game long, of course fellow guard Stanley Pringle looked like a superstar for PSU instead.
One interesting game note is that Badgers freshman Jordan Taylor was in the game at the end after making mistakes earlier in the half. Taylor looks very much like the freshman he is when on the court, however has flashed some good moments. His biggest liability actually is probably his troubles at the free throw line. A final game note is that like the Texas game the Badgers also had very poor shot selection after losing the lead near the end of the game, trying for quick threes instead of going down low to a hot Landry.
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