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Wisconsin is clearly more talented than the rest of the teams on this list, and there is definitely an element of tongue in cheek with this slide.
That being said, unless you are a fan or enjoy watching paint dry in 35-second increments, the Badgers are painful to watch. Bo Ryan is one of the best coaches in the country and does more with less talent than just about anyone else, but the grind-it-out style he instills in his squads is not aesthetically pleasing to the casual fan.
Last season Wisconsin finished 206th in the country in points per game and 211th in field-goal percentage. The lack of scoring is a result of its slow style of play, but the fact that the Badgers only shot 42.6 percent meant that when their fans were treated to an actual shot instead of mind-numbing dribbling in the half court, it was more than likely going to clank off the iron.
Wisconsin will be good once again in 2013-14 because it always is, but that doesn’t mean Ryan’s squad will be appointment viewing for anyone who actually enjoys things such as fast breaks, scoring or more than two shot attempts per minute.