SAFE AND SOUND AT THEIR HOTEL IN MILWAUKEE THIS EVENING
AFTER THE 90 MINUTE RIDE DOWN I-94 AS THEY GET READY
FOR THEIR N.C.A.A.
TOURNAMENT GAME AGAINST AMERICAN UNIVERSITY THURSDAY
AT IN THE MORNING.
AFTER RECENT EARLY ROUND TRIPS TO PLACES LIKE NEW
MEXICO, ARIZONA AND FLORIDA, THIS YEAR, THE BADGERS
ARE HAPPY TO STAY IN THE BADGER STATE.
Sam Dekker: It's big, not having that jet lag and
being familiar with the surroundings that you're in.
the arena you're playing in-- all that familiarity
and kind of a home court feel is going to be kind
of nice for us.
Hopefully, it'll play an advantage.
Ben Brust: It's nice to go, what is it, an hour down
the road east right down 94 and we're here in Milwaukee
Great to play in front of the home state and -- just
ready to go.