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As a freshman for the Badgers, Josh Gasser recorded a triple-double, with a 10-point, 12-rebound, 10-assist effort over the Northwestern Wildcats.
Gasser was the team's starting shooting guard then and truly had a career game. In fact, his 10th assist came on a banked three-point shot, helping him reach his milestone.
Gasser missed the 2012-13 season with a torn ACL. As a redshirt junior this season, Gasser may very well be the Badgers' starting point guard. When Traevon Jackson or George Marshall are in the game, expect Gasser to move over to either of the wing positions in head coach Bo Ryan's swing offense.
While it may seem unlikely for Gasser to record another triple-double, the fact that he's already done it before helps his case.
As a sophomore, Gasser averaged 7.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists. Without Jordan Taylor or any of Wisconsin's trio of senior big men from last season, his numbers should rise this season.