Great win by the Wisconsin Badgers last night!! On the way to the sweet 16!! I love it that our Badgers keep proving all the haters wrong!!!—
Sue (@Dpont24) March 18, 2012
The Wisconsin Badgers are riding the nation’s stingiest defense — and admittedly a bit of luck — back to the round of 16.
The Badgers held the Southeastern Conference’s two leading scorers in check Saturday night and Ryan Evans grabbed a crucial rebound with 2.1 seconds left to help Wisconsin fend off Vanderbilt 60-57 in the NCAA tournament.
The Badgers held John Jenkins (20.1) and Jeffery Taylor (16.3) to 13 and 9 points, respectively, in advancing to face top-seeded Syracuse in the East Regional in Boston.
Although many people are critical w Wisconsin style of play including myself, Badgers advance to sweet 16 3rd time in 5 year—
Brian Calhoun (@brian_calhoun2) March 18, 2012
Both Marquette & Wisconsin into the Sweet 16. It's 70 degrees in the Badger State. Golf and March Madness, does it get any better?—
Tom Sutton (@Golfshowhost) March 18, 2012
Of the 8 teams that advanced today, the biggest "upsets" were Indiana and Wisconsin, as each had just 43% support to the Sweet 16.—
Secho's Challenge (@secho99ncaa) March 18, 2012
Wisconsin AND Marquette are Sweet 16. We need MORE teams in the big dance!! My bracket looks awesome.—
Carl Gerbschmidt (@TheRealCarlG) March 18, 2012