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Wisconsin bows out in battle of clutch shots

Traevon Jackson has hit a number of big shots this season for the Badgers. The guy was money. The guy was clutch. But he didn’t have his magic touch on this night. Jackson missed a key free throw and potential game-winning shot that proved fatal in the dying moments of Wisconsin’s 74-73 loss to Kentucky in a national semifinal game. [ MORE: Kentucky sinks Wisconsin in Final Four thriller ] It was a tough way for the season to end for Jackson and No. 2 Wisconsin. After 39 gut-wrenching, spine-tingling, spell-binding, back-and-forth minutes, it came down to big shots. Kentucky

Twitter: Final Four 'Teamcasts' leave fans confused

Evidently, a lot of people did not get the memo that the Final Four was trying an experiment that included three telecasts of each Final Four game. There was the national crew on TBS and “Teamcasts” on TNT and truTV that were geared toward the teams’ fanbases. The confusion led to some really entertaining tweets; it even had Charles Barkley saying, “Some of you people are idiots,” at halftime. Watch Barkley. [ MORE: View our Wisconsin-Kentucky photo gallery ] The confusion is understandable, really. It’s a new thing, and with the Final Four being on TBS, not CBS, there’s confusion

Gallery: Wisconsin vs. Kentucky, Final Four

We’re compiling a photo gallery, courtesy of USA Today Sports, throughout Wisconsin’s Final Four game vs. Kentucky. Get all of our favorite shots from AT&T Stadium in this post. [ MORE: Track Wisconsin vs. Kentucky ]

Kentucky sinks Wisconsin in Final Four thriller

(AP) Aaron Harrison hit a 3-pointer with 5.7 seconds left, after taking a pass from his twin brother Andrew, and Kentucky beat Wisconsin 74-73 on Saturday night to advance to the national championship game. The Harrison twins and all those Kentucky freshmen aren’t one and done just yet. They will be playing for the Wildcats’ ninth national championship Monday night in an unexpected title matchup. Eighth-seeded Kentucky (29-10) will play seventh-seeded Connecticut (31-8) in the highest combined seed total for a national championship game since seeding began in 1979. The previous was the 2011 game when third-seeded UConn beat eighth-seeded

Twitter: B1G fans' Wisconsin-Kentucky score predictions

Wisconsin faces Kentucky in the second national semifinal tonight at AT&T Stadium. Who will win the game? We went to Twitter to see what Big Ten fans thought, and the majority sees the Badgers winning a close one, thanks in large part to clutch free-throw shooting. See the very pro-Big Ten score predictions in this post. @BigTenNetwork @BadgerMBB 75-74 badgers. Hate em but….. — Shane Smith (@HawkeyeViking) April 6, 2014 @BigTenNetwork @BadgerMBB 70-66 UW winning at the charity stripe. — missphenom (@missphenom) April 5, 2014 @BigTenNetwork @BadgerMBB 64-61 Bucky (I hope) — Jim Nagle (@jimbos1980) April 5, 2014 @BigTenNetwork @BadgerMBB

Video: Final Four media day interviews

It’s gameday! Before Wisconsin tips off its first Final Four since 2000, relive all of BTN’s interviews from Friday’s Final Four Media Day in Arlington, Texas. The Badgers, the No. 2 seed in the West Region, take on Kentucky, the No. 8 seed in the Midwest Region, at 8:49 p.m. ET. [ MORE: Best media day sights & sounds | How do Badgers beat Kentucky? ] Wisconsin Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez: Wisconsin junior Josh Gasser: Wisconsin junior Traevon Jackson: Michigan State coach Tom Izzo: Nebraska coach Tim Miles: Iowa coach Fran McCaffery: TNT’s Kenny Smith: Play-by-play announcer Bill Raftery:

Stadium Journey ranks Crisler top Big Ten arena

The website StadiumJourney.com recently released a list, ranking the best college basketball arenas across the nation. The rankings are based on several categories, which include: food and beverage in the arena, overall atmosphere, the neighborhood in which the arena resides, the fans, the access (including traffic, parking, restrooms, and ability to move around in the arena), overall return on investment, and a catchall category for any extras. [ MORE: Best sights and sounds from Final Four Media Day ] The highest-ranked Big Ten arena on the list is Michigan’s Crisler Center, which comes in at No. 7 overall. “It wasn’t

Best sights and sounds from Final Four Media Day

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan and several members of the Badgers’ men’s basketball team took questions from the media Friday at Final Four media day. Ryan was in a joking mood, firing back a number of comical, quick-witted responses to the media members gathered at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. BTN communications manager Derek Reinglass is in Arlington and got some great shots with players and coaches. Let’s take a look at some of the best sights and sounds from today’s news conference. Best Sights Special father-son moment for @BTNJimJackson and @BadgerMBB's Traevon Jackson. #Badgers pic.twitter.com/Yvvk2rpzSe — Derek Reinglass (@BTNReinglass) April

How do Badgers beat UK? Let's count the ways

It’s almost time to tip off at the Final Four, as No. 2 Wisconsin is carrying the Big Ten flag in pursuit of the conference’s first national championship since 2000. Here’s a look at seven keys for the Badgers if they want to beat this white-hot Kentucky team that entered the Big Dance as a No. 8 seed but is playing like a No. 1 seed after starting the season as the preseason No. 1 team. Watch for these things during the game and see how they impact the outcome. 1. Block out the big Wildcats This is a must

Zach Bohannon takes selfie with every Final Four coach

Wisconsin reserve Zach Bohannon is taking advantage of his first trip to the Final Four. The senior spent Thursday walking around AT&T Stadium taking selfies of himself with each Final Four coach and other familiar faces. See Bohannon’s picture of him with Florida’s Billy Donovan UConn’s Kevin Ollie, Kentucky’s John Calipari and, of course, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan in this post. I hit for the cycle! #Selfies #FinalFour pic.twitter.com/GH3dZjV8fU — Zach Bohannon (@ZBohannon) April 3, 2014 There’s also these selfies: W #POTUS #43 #Selfies pic.twitter.com/toQWNKhNjT — Zach Bohannon (@ZBohannon) April 4, 2014 Based on his career aspirations, this selfie with George