Woeful shooting performance dooms Wisconsin in loss to Ole Miss

Wisconsin's postgame shot chart tells the story of just how bad its offense was in its most important game of the season.

Thanks in large part to a 25.4 percent shooting performance, Wisconsin became the third No. 5 seed to drop its NCAA Tournament opener on Friday. The Badgers were outscored by Ole Miss 35-21 in the second half, missed their last nine shots and fell to the Rebels by a final score of 57-46.

How bad was it for Bo Ryan's team? The final shot chart (via CBS) tells the story.

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Streaming television websites think that's a lot of red Xs for one page.

It's a dismal green circle to red X ratio that wound up resulting in this:

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And this:

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