Questions surrounded the University of Wisconsin Badgers defense heading into the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
After holding American to just 28% shooting from the field, and 20% from the perimeter, Wisconsin:s prideful ways on the defensive end of the court are the talk heading into their second round match-up with the Oregon Ducks.
In What was a match-up of teams who pushed the ball to the rim, Oregon outlasted BYU in their opening round match by shooting an impressive 50% from the floor and knocking down 31 of their 38 free throw attempts in a 19-point win.
If there was one area where the Ducks struggled it was from behind the three point line where they shot just 2-of-13 for the game.
Ben Brust, who knocked down four from distance for the Badgers, sits just three baskets away from tying the all-time mark for career three point baskets at Wisconsin.
He will again likely be a key for the Wisconsin offense who:ll need at least one stand-out offensive performance to hang with the athletic Oregon squad.
Game time Saturday is set for 6+45 p.m. CST in Milwaukee as the BMO Harris Bradley center plays host once again. NCAA tournament tickets are available at TiqIQ.com