What can $3 get you at this weekend’s Final Four in Indianapolis? A Big Blue Nation Kentucky rally towel, which reads “UK Not Done.” [ MORE: Badgers, on how and why they’re so excited, such characters ] The issue is, the Wildcats are done after falling to Wisconsin 71-64 on Saturday night. The loss ended Kentucky’s pursuit of a perfect season. Now, the towel has a red “X” over over the word “Not” and a Wisconsin “W” below the Kentucky slogan. Check it out in the tweet above. *** Read more NCAA Tournament posts below:
It’s all right there for Wisconsin: The national championship. The Badgers will look to win the Big Ten’s first title since Michigan State cut down the nets in 2000 tonight vs. Duke.
In a matter of hours - at 9:18 p.m. ET, to be exact - Wisconsin will play in its first national final since 1941. They're nervous and uptight right now, right? Nope, not even close.
His name is Gregg Anthony. No, not the former UNLV star, not even close. This Gregg is the one who is responsible for escorting Wisconsin players and head coach Bo Ryan from event to event.
Happy National Championship Monday! Before Wisconsin takes on Duke at 9:18 p.m. ET tonight in the national title game, let’s take a look at the top Big Ten links. As you might suspect, Wisconsin’s win over unbeaten Kentucky on Saturday set the sports world on its ear. The Wildcats’ march toward a 40-0 season and national title were halted by a plucky Badgers’ team that will meet Duke tonight for the crown. Wisconsin has made good on its promise to improve on last season, which ended with a Final Four loss to UK. But, why be satisfied? Why not win
Two nights after ending No. 1 overall seed Kentucky's pursuit of perfection in the national semifinals, the Badgers get to take on another perennial power, Duke, in the national final.
It takes a lot to take down college basketball's premier program, but Wisconsin did it. It takes a lot to beat a team that features nine McDonald's All Americans, but Wisconsin did it. Find out how it did it inside.
The scene greeting Wisconsin as it returned to its hotel room late Saturday night, hours after knocking off Kentucky and advancing to the national final, was something else.
Wisconsin hasn't played in the national final since 1941, so pardon the Badgers if they were a little bit excited following Saturday night's win over No. 1 overall seed Kentucky.
How does a team celebrate its first national title game berth in nearly three quarters of a century and halting a possible historic undefeated season? By dancing. And dancing some more.