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Bracket-buster: Badgers booted

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In a Friday upset, No. 12-seeded Ole Miss beat the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers 57-46.

Wisconsin squandered a 3-point lead at the half.

Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson struggled in the first 20 minutes, going just 1-11 from the field, but turned it on in the final 20, dropping 17 on Bucky in the second half. Wisconsin struggled on offense all day, and got only three field goals in the final 12 minutes while being outscored 27-10 in that span.

Wisconsin starters were 9 of 41 from the field. The Badgers went 7 for 30 from behind the 3-point line.

Jared Berggren and Traevon Jackson led the Badgers, with 8 points each.

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