Big Ten champion Badgers talk about possible No. 1 seed in NCAA tournament

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CHICAGO — March Madness is here, and Big Ten champion Wisconsin is in the thick of it all.

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The Badgers put together a dominant second half en route to a 71-51 win over Purdue on Saturday in the Big Ten tournament semifinals.

With the likes of Duke and Virginia losing in the ACC tournament semifinals Friday, the chances of Wisconsin grabbing a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament seem to be getting more realistic by the day.

Will the Badgers get a coveted No. 1 seed? Of course, they first have to beat Michigan State in the Big Ten tourney finals.

I asked several Badgers following the team’s win over Purdue about the possibility and how much it’s…

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