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The Wisconsin Badgers dropped a tough game Sunday afternoon to Iowa 77-73.

Entering the game, I said beating Iowa was our last shot at a major win during the regular season. Unfortunately, it just didn’t happen, and the Badgers are now 16-11. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)


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Honestly, I thought I’d be more upset, but I’m really not.

The Badgers left it all out on the court today, and we just didn’t win.

Iowa got the best of us, but we went punch for punch with one of the top teams in America. If we play like we did today in the tournament, then we still might have a shot at making a run.

Micah Potter is HEATING UP! ????

Team-high 10 points for @BigJam_23 (2-3 3FG). Badgers fighting early.

IOWA 31, WIS 24 | 2:29

— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 7, 2021

There is no such thing as a moral victory in sports. Anyone who says that is a loser. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t find positives in a loss.

We lost today, but we showed flashes of what we can be at our best.

He gets the bucket.

And then he leaves his feet for the [email protected] // @BadgerMBB

— Wisconsin On BTN (@WisconsinOnBTN) March 7, 2021

Now, it’s time to gear up and make a run in the B1G tournament. It’s been a very tough year for Wisconsin, but we can still make some noise. I damn sure hope we do.

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A manhunt for an armed suspect was underway in Kenosha, Wisconsin, early Sunday morning after gunfire at a bar left three people dead and at least two wounded, according to reports.

It happened at the Somers House, a tavern near the shore of Lake Michigan that's popular with people from the Carthage College community down the road, the Kenosha News reported.

As of 2:30 a.m. local time, police had established a radius extending three blocks south of the bar as officers searched for the suspect, the News reported.


The count of three fatalities came from the Kenosha County Sherriff's Department, according to tweets from WDJT-TV reporter Brittany Lewis in Milwaukee and N. Nieves of CBS News. 

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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