Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, December 16, 2015

Seven Big Ten titles. Fourteen NCAA tournaments. Two Finals Fours. One national final. Three-hundred-and-sixty-four wins, the most in Wisconsin history.

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It was an incredible run for Bo Ryan as Wisconsin men's basketball coach.

Ryan's tenure came to an end late Tuesday night, when the legendary coach announced his retirement, effective immediately, following a win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.

Ryan turned the Badgers into what they are today, that being one of the Big Ten's premier programs. You read all of the accolades in the first sentence above. There's also these numbers: .737 career winning percentage, .717 winning percentage in Big Ten play, and .906 career winning percentage in home games.

Here's a roundup from last night's announcement:

See all of the best Twitter reaction to Ryan's retirement.



Ryan was also great soundbite, always showing his personality through the media. Here are some examples: