March Madness Scores: Wisconsin Leads Montana 39-29 At Halftime

The Wisconsin Badgers, by some miracle, have 39 points at halftime of a Division I basketball game. Don't worry, though, it's not because they're playing quickly or anything like that! They're just making a high percentage of their shots, and they're still on pace for less than 60 attempts. It's been an efficient day so far for the Badgers, and they lead the Montana Grizzlies 39-29.

Montana are doing a solid job of denying Wisconsin easy looks inside, but UW is 6-12 from behind the three-point arc. Ryan Evans leads the Badgers and all scorers with 14 points. Art Steward is having a great day for Montana with 12 points on 5-7 shooting, but the Grizzlies are shooting just 43 percent as a team.

For up-to-the-minute scores on all NCAA Tournament games, please check out SI.com's complete 2012 NCAA Tournament scoreboard.

For more on the Badgers, head over to Wisconsin Badgers blog Bucky's Fifth Quarter. You can find an updated printable 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket here. For more on today's games and the entire tournament, keep it on our NCAA Tournament Second Round StoryStream and our dedicated 2012 NCAA Tournament Hub.

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