Badgers pull off first road upset of top 5 team since 1980

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by WDJT Editor

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA - Among all the talented teams in the Big Ten this college basketball season, the only remaining unbeaten is easily the conference's biggest surprise to date.

Wisconsin shook off a late shooting slump, getting 13 points from Ryan Evans in a 64-59 win over #2 Indiana in Bloomington Tuesday, marking the Badgers' first road win over a top five team since 1980.

Traevon Jackson added 11 points for Wisconsin.

Yogi Ferrell's three pointer with 4:43 remaining pulled Indiana within one point, but Wisconsin responded with a late 11-3 run, including key baskets from Evans, Jackson and Ben Brust.

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