Field Goal %
- MISS 38.6
- 25.4 WIS
Three Point %
- MISS 20.0
- 23.3 WIS
- MISS 10
- 11 WIS
- MISS 46
- 42 WIS
- Kansas City, Missouri 64999
- 0th Half
Ole Miss held Wisconsin to 25.4 percent shooting Friday, the Badgers' second-worst percentage in any game since 1996. The Rebels mixed their defenses, but were at their best when playing man-to-man, in which they held Wisconsin to a season-low 18.6 percent.
Marshall Henderson outscored Wisconsin 17-10 in the final 11:35 Friday. During that stretch, Henderson had two more field goals and one more 3-point field goal than the Badgers. In the first 28:25 of the game, Henderson had two points on 1-of-13 shooting, including 1-11 outside the paint.
Wisconsin narrowly missed having the worst shooting performance for any top-5 seed. The Badgers shot 25.4 percent from the field, while the worst shooting night by a top-5 seed is 24.5 percent.
Wisconsin shot 25.4 percent from the field on Friday. That's the Badgers lowest field-goal percentage since the field expanded to 64.
Marshall Henderson was 1-for-11 with two points in the first half against Wisconsin. But he found his touch in the second half as the Rebels upset the Badgers.
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