Wisconsin Vs. Northwestern Final Score: Badgers Surge In Second Half, Beat Wildcats By 20

After a shocking upset win against No. 7 Michigan State last Saturday, Northwestern started to get the city of Chicago buzzing about the possibility of the school's first ever NCAA Tournament appearance. After a 77-57 loss at the Kohl Center to Wisconsin on Wednesday that saw the Wildcats get blown out in the second half, perhaps it's time to shelve the post-season talk for a little bit.

Northwestern trailed by only two at halftime, but Bo Ryan's crew proved to be too much to handle for the 'Cats. Wing Ryan Evans went 7-for-13 from the field to finish with 17 points and nine rebounds to lead the Badgers. Guard Jordan Taylor hit four three-pointers to finish with 15 points and six rebounds in the win for Wisconsin.

Star forward John Shurna led the way for Northwestern, who falls to 12-6 with the loss. Shurna scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds in the loss.

For more on this game, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more on the Northwestern Wildcats, check out Sippin' on Purple, and for more on the Wisconsin Badgers, head over to Bucky's 5th Quarter.

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