Josh Gasser's Knee Injury Creates a Hole That Will Be Tough to Fill

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Josh Gasser's Knee Injury Creates a Hole That Will Be Tough to Fill
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In Bo Ryan's 11 seasons as head coach at Wisconsin, the Badgers have never finished lower in the Big Ten standings than a tie for fourth. To extend that streak this season, they must overcome a season-ending injury suffered by perhaps their most indispensable player. Junior Josh Gasser, the first Badger to start as a freshman since Alando Tucker in the 2002-03 season, suffered a season-ending torn ACL in practice Saturday. Gasser had been expected to replace Jordan Taylor at point guard after starting alongside Taylor at wing the past two seasons.

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