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Dienhart: With Sam Dekker gone, what's next for Wisconsin?

It was no shock to see the report today that Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker is turning pro. He had to. His stock never will be higher after a breakout NCAA tourney in which he averaged 19.1 points and made 15-of-36 3-pointers in helping the Badgers reach the national championship game. Now what for Wisconsin? Bo Ryan never has finished lower than fourth place in the Big Ten since becoming Wisconsin coach in 2001-02. But he’ll face a roster with some yawning holes next season, putting that remarkable “top four” streak in jeopardy. In addition to losing Dekker, who had a season of

Wisconsin Badgers' Sam Dekker to forgo senior season, enter NBA Draft

After Wisconsin’s strong run through the NCAA Tournament that fell one win short of a national title, junior forward Sam Dekker announced today that he will forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the 2015 NBA Draft. In a letter posted on Twitter via the Badgers’ basketball account, @BadgerMBB, Dekker said, “These past three years have been the best, most memorable years of my life,” Dekker said. “Growing up in the state and being able to wear Wisconsin across my chest has been a dream come true.” “After lots of thoughts and prayers, I’ve decided that it is in

Refs didn't see best angle of controversial out-of-bounds call

Everyone watching the national final Monday night saw the CBS replay that showed Duke was the last to touch a ball that went out of bounds in the closing minutes. Turns out, the refs didn't see the best angle of the replay and awarded Duke the ball.

One win short of national title, Wisconsin Badgers end 'a great ride'

INDIANAPOLIS — It started well for Wisconsin on college basketball’s biggest stage as the shots fell, the defense smothered, and the Badgers, eying the Big Ten’s first national championship in 15 years, led by nine points. [ MORE: Twitter: Badgers, past and present, react to national final loss ] But then came Duke, fueled by an unsuspected freshman hero not named Okafor or Winslow and guided by a coach with a history of winning big games. The freshman was Grayson Allen, who scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half after averaging just four a game this season. Allen