Game Recap: Big Red Beating
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Sam Dekker led UW with 19 points (Moebius/13)
Sam Dekker led UW with 19 points (Moebius/13)

Posted Feb 26, 2013

Freshman Sam Dekker tied his career high with 19 points while Ryan Evans (14) and Ben Brust (13) each reached double figures, as No.17 Wisconsin crushed Nebraska, 77-46, to move into a second-place tie in the Big Ten, one game out of first place with three to go.

No.17 Wisconsin 77, Nebraska 46

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Recap: Dekker, Wisconsin blows out Nebraska to move into second place

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Notes: Wisconsin eclipsed 20 wins for the seventh-straight season ... The Badgers have now won three straight Big Ten games by 20 or more points for the 1st time since 1911-12 ... UW’s bench outscored Nebraska 36-5 as 12 different UW players scored.

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