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Shorthanded Badgers fall victim to the upset bug at Rutgers

With Frank Kaminsky sitting out with concussion symptoms, and with Traevon Jackson missing key time late in the game, the Badgers were bitten by the upset bug Sunday, losing 67-62 at Rutgers.

The loss is just Wisconsin's second of the season.

Myles Mack scored 21 points, 19 of them in the second half, and Kadeem Jack added 20 for Rutgers (10-7, 2-2 Big Ten), who outscored Wisconsin 44-27 in the second half. The Badgers missed Kaminsky's inside presence, shooting just 43% as a team and allowing Rutgers to shoot 54%.

Nigel Hayes and Sam Dekker scored 15 a piece for Wisconsin (15-2, 3-1 Big Ten).


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