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    Jan. 13, 2007

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  • Jeff Ryan, in his first career start, led all scorers with a career-high 18 points. His previous career high was nine.

  • Wisconsin's leading scorer, Alando Tucker, scored 15 points in the second half after being held to just two in the first half.

  • The 56 points was the lowest scoring total for the Badgers this season.

  • Wisconsin has now won 13-straight games, the longest streak in the nation. Their 17-1 start is the best since 1915-16, when they started 20-1.

  • Northwestern forced 15 Wisconsin turnovers and outscored the Badgers 28-6 in points off turnovers.

  • Northwestern held Wisconsin to two 3-point field goals. That ties the lowest 3-point output by a Northwestern opponent this season. The Wildcats also held Stanford to two 3-point field goals.

  • Wisconsin got to the free throw line 27 times while Northwestern managed only 10 free throw attempts.

  • Wisconsin out-rebounded the Wildcats 37-22, with Alando Tucker leading the way with eight rebounds.

  • After shooting 38.1 percent from the field in the first half, Wisconsin shot 50 percent in the second half.

  • Craig Moore, who had averaged 12.5 points per game over the last 11 games, was held to five points.

  • The game marked only the 15th time in the Carmody era that the Wildcats lost when leading at the half.

  • Tim Doyle scored in double-digits for the ninth time this season with 11 points and had eight assists.

  • Doyle tied his career high with four steals in the game.

  • Down by six, 24-18, late in the first period, Northwestern used an 8-0 run to end the half to take a two-point lead, 26-24.

  • The game featured 11 lead changes and four ties.

  • Attendance: 7,839