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The Wake-Up Call: The limitless ceiling for Khalil Iverson, Matt Canada against Bret Bielema and more
As detailed by the late Tom Mulhern of the Wisconsin State Journal, it wasn't until the 2012 Big Ten title game against Nebraska that Bielema loosened the constraints and watched as the Badgers offense rolled over the Huskers on the way to a 70-31
We hope you’ll start your day with us here at the Landof10. com as we work to prepare you for everything that you need to know – Monday through Friday – around the world of Wisconsin sports. Whether it’s football, basketball, hockey or just a wild story we hope you’ll find interesting, we’re here to share it all with you. 13, and this is your Wisconsin Wake-Up Call. Khalil on the rise Khalil Iverson’s freaky athleticism is what you notice first, either skying for a rebound, blocking a shot off the backboard or throwing down a high-flying dunk. It’s his ability to defy gravity on a game-to-game basis that grabs everyone’s attention. But as the sophomore gets deeper into his second season in Madison, the rest of his game is starting to be just as impressive as his vertical. In Wisconsin’s 93-84 win over Marquette on Saturday, Iverson scored a career-high 16 points, grabbed five rebounds and had a pair of blocks. It was the fourth game this year he scored in double figures and it continued an upward trend in his play. “I’m kind of starting to find a groove,” Iverson said Monday. That was never more clear when, in second-half possessions just minutes apart, Iverson drilled a rare 3-pointer — his first this season — and then posted up a smaller defender and hit a short hook shot while being fouled. It was evidence of an improving offensive game where his confidence appears to be blooming. “I think some of it’s just being more comfortable out there,” Wisconsin associate head coach Lamont Paris said. “The game is slowing down a little bit. (He’s) being more poised to know what he’s capable of doing, and doing it. ”. The latest exploits on the offensive end make you wonder how good Iverson can become. It’s clear he can match the athleticism of almost anybody Wisconsin will face. His feel for the game is underrated, and he constantly finds open spaces around the basket for teammates to feed him the ball for easy dunks. The only major question about Iverson is if he can develop into a good enough shooter that teams have to respect him from the outside. That will remain an unknown until he’s the one that has to go hunting his shot, which he isn’t right now with so many other scoring options around him. His case reminds some of Alando Tucker, another ultra-athletic kid who came to Wisconsin and showed off his dunking skills early before developing his game, becoming an All-American and leaving the school as the all-time leading scorer in Badgers... It’s unfair to think that Iverson will even approach that level, but the bits and pieces he’s shown make it clear that no one on the team this year has a higher career ceiling than him. Iverson was hit with a technical foul on his final dunk of the game against Marquette, a whistle that came after he apparently hung on the rim too long. The call drew criticism from across the internet and Iverson agreed when asked about it Monday. “Personally, I didn’t think it was a technical,” he said with a laugh. His teammates’ issue with the dunk, though, was that he didn’t pull out something special for the late-game breakaway. “They were like, ‘Oh, you should have done something else, a sweet dunk,’” Iverson said before reminding them what happened the last time he had that opportunity. “I’m like, ‘Uh, Minnesota last year. With Wisconsin blowing away the Gophers in the Twin Cities, Iverson decided to put on a show — but it didn’t end well. Coach Greg Gard’s reaction that night was to take Iverson out of the game. On Saturday, Gard was also less than pleased, slapping his hands together and nearly replacing Iverson before rethinking the decision. “(Gard) was just like, ‘Dunk the ball and get off the rim,’ ” Iverson said. We’ll likely have to wait until after the bowl season to see if Wisconsin will keep its coaching staff together for two consecutive seasons for the first time in more than a decade, but all the moving parts in recent days have brought some... Already the home of former Badgers defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, the Tigers are reportedly targeting Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Matt Canada for the same position in Baton Rouge. For those unfamiliar, Canada was Wisconsin’s offensive coordinator for one tumultuous season in.
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Stephen Daniel Mulhern (born 4 April 1977) is an English presenter, entertainer, and former magician, best known for presenting television programmes for ITV.
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