Thirteen different players scored for the Badgers (11-2), which extended its winning streak to seven games.
Playing its first game since Dec.14 due to final exams, Wisconsin utilized its distinct size-advantage in the low post to score 40 points in the paint and shoot 52.3 percent (27 of 58) from the field.
Senior forward Vitto Brown added 11 points and eight rebounds in only 18 minutes, as the Badgers didn’t play any of their starters more than 22 minutes.
Sophomore Charles Thomas scored 11 points in reserve, as Wisconsin’s bench outscored Florida A&M’s reserves, 52-9.
Elijah Mays and Brendon Myles scored nine points to lead the Rattlers (2-11), which played its second game in 24 hours.
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