The Badgers are tough to beat at home, but the Tennessee Volunteers look good again this year. The Badgers are looking to bounce back from last year which was sub par by badgers standards.
Wisconsin recently defeated Arkansas State with a score of 105-76, allowing them to grab 26 steals (8 offensive). Wisconsin came away victorious. Arkansas State was successful at shooting 19.0% from 3-point land by making 4 of 21 threes and going 24 of 33 from the free throw line (72.7%), but Wisconsin allowed Arkansas State to shoot 40.7% overall from floor attempts with 24 made out of 59 attempts made for this game. Wisconsin shot 39 out of 60 shots from the floor – 65.0% – making 6 of 12 three-point attempts (50.0%) with 21 made for an overall percentage of 70.0%. Arkansas State committed 21 fouls during this matchup, leading the Badgers to make 30 free throw attempts from the line. They coughed up 14 turnovers while picking off 7 steals in this contest; and Arkansas State collected 24 defensive rebounds and 6 offensive boards – totalling 30 boards – from this meeting.
Chucky Hepburn proved crucial for the Badgers in this game, scoring 20 points over 30 minutes on court and dishing out 6 dimes to finish with an efficiency rating of 70% and adding one rebound.
The Tennessee Volunteers dominated Tennessee Tech in their most recent game and came away victorious by an 80-42 margin. Tennessee posted an impressive 46.0% field goal percentage (29 for 63) while also making 12 out of their 30 three-point attempts. When shooting from the charity stripe, the Volunteers nailed all ten attempts, achieving an accuracy rate of 100.0%. In terms of rebounding, they managed 39 rebounds – 7 of them being offensive rebounds – and provided 21 dimes per game while forcing 16 turnovers and collecting seven steals from opposing team players. Tennessee Tech allowed opponents to shoot 27% from the floor on 14 of 51 shots, distributing five assists and collecting five steals during this matchup. Tennessee Tech grabbed 27 rebounds (5 offensive, 22 defensive), but failed to record a block. Their free throw rate of 63.20% saw 12 out of 19 attempts made successfully; two three-point attempts from 12 attempts made the scoreboard. Regarding fouls, Tennessee Tech ended with 15, while 17 were assessed against Tennessee Volunteers.
Dalton Knecht was an integral player in this matchup. He shot 54.5% from the field and provided one assist while playing 23 minutes and pulling down three rebounds – eventually scoring 17 points on 6 out of 11 shots taken.
This is an even matchup, so I will go with the home team!
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