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
- Line: WIS -5.0
- 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.
Bonzie Colson had 20 points and 11 rebounds and No. 21 Notre Dame beat Georgia Tech 64-60 on Sunday night for its fifth straight victory.
Arizona State rallied from six points down in the final 30 seconds to stun USC 83-82 on Sunday on Tra Holder's two free throws with 6.9 seconds to play.
Notre Dame's Bonzie Colson discusses the win over Georgia tech.