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Game Day Grades: Iowa

Jared Berggren struggled in the low post Saturday

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Playing as poor of a first half as it has all season, Wisconsin's sloppy play allowed Iowa to lead by 20 points early in the second half, a deficit it could fully climb out of in a 70-66 loss Saturday. Badger Nation hands out the grades.

Offense D Wisconsin shot a blazing 59.4 percent (19-for-32) in the second half, but the Badgers put themselves in a 20-point deficit by shooting 23.1 percent (6-for-26) in the first half and being sloppy with the basketball. Eight of Wisconsin's 12 turnovers came before halftime, which did not help UW break out of a 1-for-12 start to the game. Iowa was aggressive on defense throughout the game... Recommended Stories

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