Big Ten: Tucker Comes Up Big

By Phil Kasiecki - March 09, 2007


CHICAGO - Alando Tucker is showing why he was the Big Ten Player of the Year. With Michigan State closing in on the Badgers, Tucker hit two big three-pointers, then found teammate Kammron Taylor all alone under the basket for an easy layup, and the Badgers were back up nine. Then at the five-minute mark, he hit a three-pointer as the shot clock expired to put them up 58-46.

With 5:53 left, Raymar Morgan fouled out for the Spartans. The talented freshman forward had 11 points, but wasn't a factor on the glass as he didn't have a rebound. Instead, it's Goran Suton who's keeping them in it, as he now has 14 points and seven rebounds.

At the last media timeout, Wisconsin leads 58-48 with 3:58 left.

Posted by Phil Kasiecki at 08:23 PM on March 09, 2007
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