Badger Offense Play of the Game: It is to bad the play of the game didn't actually have much of an effect on the outcome as it didn't spark a key Badger run or anything, however the play of the game had to be late in the second half when Jason Bohannon drove to the hoop along the baseline and skip passed a rocket to Rob Wilson who then exploded to the hoop and put it home and was fouled. It is tough to say which was more impressive JBo's strong dribble and bounce pass or Rob Wilson's explosion to the hoop. Wilson's explosion to the hoop though gave you chills though as what his upside is, his first step is so fast going to the hoop and he was in control enough to finish beautifully.
Badger Deffensive Play of the Game: Ryan Evans is at the 50,the 40, the 30 he's gone TD. No seriously though the defensive play of the game had to be the way Ryan Evans read the QB's I mean basketball players eyes on a pass in the second half and exploded from multiple feet away in front of another mans defender to pick off a pass so cleanly it looked like it was thrown to him. The pass wasn't even a long pass, Evans just read what was happening perfectly. This is the sort of play that gets you excitement about his future, he just needs to make more in control plays like these and less of the out of control variety. This play also demonstrated why Badger players are always instructed to use the bounce pass, as that might have made the degree of difficulty at least a little higher for Evans.
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