Wisconsin Vs. Butler Score: Badgers Making Late Comeback

The Wisconsin Badgers are climbing back into their Sweet 16 game against the Butler Bulldogs, using full-court, trapping defense to stymie the Bulldogs. The result was turnovers for Butler and easy buckets for Wisconsin as the Bulldogs were caught between running out the clock and scoring to ice the game.

Back-to-back steals by Tim Jarmusz resulted in easy lay-ins, one by Jarmusz and another by Josh Gasser. After another stop, Gus Johnson finally blew his top as Jordan Taylor, cold for much of the game, buried a deep three and began heating up.

Shelvin Mack finally stopped the bleeding for the Bulldogs, burying a step-back jumper to push the lead back out to six. After an empty possession for Wisconsin, Mack hit one of two free throws to put the Bulldogs up seven. But again it was Taylor answering, this time with another straight-away three to cut the lead to four.

Tune-in and catch the final moments as Butler leads Wisconsin, 56-52.

More 2011 March Madness resources: Visit our NCAA Tournament hub for up-to-date news and information ... updated printable NCAA Tournament bracket.

Check the full NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 schedule, and see predictions and previews for each game.

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