Wisconsin Vs. Butler Score: Bulldogs Staying One Step Ahead, 29-22

Tim Jarmusz isn't typically a scoring threat, but he's been big for the Wisconsin Badgers. Jarmusz, who averages four points a game, already has five in the Badgers' Sweet 16 game, hitting timely buckets to keep the Butler Bulldogs from pulling away in the first half.

Jordan Taylor, on the other hand, has been cold from everywhere, including the free throw line. Taylor was fouled on a three with the Badgers down six, but missed two of his three free throws, hitting front-iron on both. The foul he drew may have been more important, though, as it sent Shawn Vanzant to the bench with two early fouls. Vanzant had a game-high nine points before he was forced to sit.

Wisconsin has still been unable to close the gap in the first half as Butler stays one step ahead. The Bulldogs lead the Badgers at the under four timeout, 29-22.

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