The Big Ten race is getting very interesting with just over a week to go. The 16th ranked Wisconsin Badgers moved to within one game of the conference lead after dominating Nebraska at the Kohl Center Tuesday night 77-46. The Cornhuskers actually led 12-11 when the Badgers ripped the game open with a 25-2 run. Freshman Sam Dekker scored a career high 19 points to lead the way. Ryan Evans added 14 and Jarred Berggren became Wisconsin's all-time leader in blocked shots. Wisconsin reached 20 wins for the 9th consecutive season under Bo Ryan and at 11-4 in the conference, trails Indiana by just one game. The top ranked Hoosiers were upset by Minnesota 77-73. The Badgers play their final home game of the season Sunday, hosting Purdue.
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