Recap: A Barnyard Boost

No.21 Wisconsin was held scoreless for the final 7:41 of regulation, but Jordan Taylor came to the rescue. His defense helped force overtime and five of his game-high 27 points helped ice the game, as the Badgers survive a late Gophers charge to win 68-61 Thursday night.

No.21 Wisconsin 68, Minnesota 61

Associated Press recap

Box Score and Play by Play (pdf)

Stories from Badger Nation

Badgers Avoid Late Collapse, Win in Overtime

Inside the Locker Room

Game Day Grades

Notes:It was the Badgers' first win at Williams Arena since 2008 ... Jordan Taylor scored 27 points, one off his season high, to lead all scorers. He added two rebounds and three steals ... Ryan Evans tallied 17 points and tied his career high with 11 rebounds to record the first double-double of his career ... The Badgers finished 21-of-25 at the free throw line, including 15-of-17 in the overtime period alone. The 84.0 percent shooting mark at the line was a season high ... Wisconsin has now won four straight road games, its longest road winning streak since winning six in a row during the 2007-08 season

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