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Wisconsin, Northwestern square off headed in opposite directions
No. 22 Wisconsin will look to secure a winning regular-season record in Big Ten play when it visits Northwestern on Saturday night in Evanston, Ill.
Wisconsin (18-8, 10-5) has dropped two of its past three contests but remains securely in the top half of the conference standings. The Badgers are coming off a six-point win at home against Illinois on Monday.
"I think we like where we are, but we're definitely not satisfied," Badgers guard Brad Davison said recently to the Wisconsin State Journal. "We know our record could be better. We've lost a couple games (that were close), against really good teams. But we know how good of a team we are, we're confident with that. ... The bulk of our schedule is coming up, and we'll have to be locked in and ready to go."MORE
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