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Final Four bound: Wisconsin welcomes home Badgers

Wisconsin welcomed home its Final Four-bound Badgers on Sunday afternoon. The Badgers, who advanced to their first Final Four since 2000 with Saturday night’s thrilling overtime victory over Arizona, were introduced to the crowd and thanked the fans during a short ceremony at the Kohl Center. Watch the introduction of the West Region champs here and hear from Bo Ryan and West Region Most Outstanding Player Frank Kaminsky in this post. [ MORE: Bo Ryan delights with classic photo | Dienhart: UW punches Final Four ticket ] VIDEO: A hundred thousand @BadgerMBB fans wish Bo Ryan would do what he

Photo: Bo Ryan delights with classic picture

There’s a picture of Bo Ryan that is all over social media Sunday, and for good reason. On the plane headed home to Madison following Saturday night’s exciting Final Four-clinching overtime win over Arizona, Ryan flashes the team’s recently adopted hand symbol at the camera. If it looks familiar, it should. So classic. See the picture of Ryan in this post. This picture, man. — Troy Machir (@TroyMachir) March 30, 2014 It’s nice to see Ryan enjoying the high of advancing to his first Final Four and Wisconsin’s first since 2000. Congrats, Coach! And then, there’s this glorious side-by-side

Gallery: Wisconsin celebrates Final Four berth

Wisconsin clinched its first Final Four berth since 2000 in Saturday night’s overtime victory over Arizona in the West Region final. We compiled some of the best photos from the Badgers’ celebration in a gallery in this post. Enjoy, Wisconsin fans! [ MORE: Bo Ryan delights with classic photo ]

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To encourage students to engage with science in their daily lives, there was a public demonstration on campus at the University of Iowa recently. Professors at Purdue recently launched an innovative renewable energy company. This year’s recipients of the prestigious Siehl Prize in Agriculture were recently announced by the University of Minnesota’s College of Food. On April 11, the University of Nebraska’s Behlen Observatory will be open to the public. Penn State 2013 Philanthropists of the Year Tracy and Ted McCourtney endowed the Penn State Institute for Democracy with a significant gift. Congratulations to Bo Ryan and the Wisconsin Badgers for advancing to the

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Dienhart: Badgers punch their Final Four ticket

Frank Kaminsky was on fire. The big fella was balling like he owned the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. Shooting, spinning, driving, dunking, posting up and dominating. It was impressive. When the smoke had cleared, the 7-0 junior had scored 28 points with 11 rebounds. Kaminsky was simply unstoppable. But more vital: The No. 2 Badgers are headed to the Final Four with a 64-63 overtime win vs. No. 1 Arizona in the West Region final. [ MORE: Wisconsin edges Arizona, earns spot in Final Four ] On Sunday, Michigan State (No. 7 UConn) and Michigan (No. 8 Kentucky) will

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Wisconsin edges Arizona, earns spot in Final Four

(AP) Wisconsin bumped and grinded its way into the Final Four. Frank Kaminsky had 28 points and 11 rebounds for Wisconsin, rallying the Badgers to a 64-63 overtime victory against Arizona in the West Region final Saturday night. The Badgers (30-7) advanced to their first Final Four appearance since 2000 on Saturday night, and first for 69-year-old coach Bo Ryan, who earned his 704th career victory. Nick Johnson had the ball with a chance to win, but he missed a shot that came just after the buzzer for Arizona (33-5), the top-seeded team that has yet to win a West

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Elite Eight preview: No. 2 Wisconsin vs. No. 1 Arizona

(AP) Sean Miller has been on Bo Ryan’s radar since the mid-1970s. That’s when the future Arizona coach came to Madison, Wis., for the first time at Ryan’s behest. Miller was a 9-year-old hot shot point guard, and Ryan was a Wisconsin assistant looking for some juice to enliven a night designed to drum up interest in Badgers basketball. He called up Miller’s father, a coach who agreed to send his son from Beaver Falls, Pa., to help out. The young Miller donned a Superman cape made by one of the coaches’ wives and showed off his ball handling and

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Mailbag: Your tourney, spring football queries

There is a lot going on in the world of Big Ten sports. And, my email inbox reflects that. So, let me get to some of your most pressing queries as March is about to melt into April. Can you believe it? [ MORE: Badgers dominant in win over Baylor | Big Ten Greeks: Badgers in the zone ] I am very happy to have Maryland and Rutgers join the Big Ten. But will they be able to compete? – Ryan Eaton I think Maryland basketball has a chance to compete right away. And the football program should too, as

Big Ten Geeks: In the Zone

Wisconsin is one win away from Bo Ryan’s first-ever Final Four after destroying Baylor last night. The Badgers scored 1.11 points per possession, and frankly, it should have been higher. Baylor largely stuck to its zone all night long, but what a strange zone it was. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a zone where four players are on one side of the court—the side without the basketball: Baylor's zone D. Spacious. CC; @bomani_jones — Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) March 28, 2014 Koenig actually missed that wide-open 3, so it could have been worse. On the season, Wisconsin is generally

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Dienhart: Badgers dominant in win over Baylor

No one saw this coming. In fact, it was too easy for Wisconsin. And now, the Badgers are off to their first Elite Eight since 2005 after a resounding 69-52 2in over Baylor. The Badgers’ game vs. the Bears in the Sweet 16 had many Wisconsin fans worried. Why not? No. 6 Baylor beat Nebraska by 14 and Creighton by 30 in its first two NCAA games. This team was hot, this team was on a roll and this team looked primed to end the Badgers’ season. [ MORE: Wisconsin cruises by Baylor in Sweet 16 matchup ] Didn’t happen—and