The Wisconsin Badgers had a relatively easy time of it against Northwestern in Evanston Wednesday night, rolling the Wildcats 69-41, their fifth win in their last six games. The Badgers scored the first 9 points of the night and held the injury depleted Wildcats to just 12 points in the first half. Jarred Berggren and Ben Brust each tallied a dozen and Sam Dekker added 10 for the 17th ranked Badgers. They improve to 19-8 on the season and now stand at 10-4 in the Big Ten, good for sole posession of third place, two games behind Indiana and just one in back of Michigan State.
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