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March Madness 2011 Prediction: Josh Gasser, Badgers

The Wisconsin Badgers beat Michigan on the road on a last second banked in shot by freshman Josh Gasser, final score 53-52.  We have an early 2011 March Madness prediction for you, you don't want to have your team play the Badgers during March Madness because this freshman Josh Gasser will find a way to wreck your dreams. Josh typically doesn't fill the stat sheet, but he has like when he scored like 20 in his first game, or that game he had the first triple double for a freshman in the Big Ten since Magic Johnson, but what you really have to be worried about is when the game is on the line he is going to beat you. This kid just has that extra gear that kicks in at crunch time, he flies at loose balls, he plays strong defense, he just elevates his game you would think we would be talking but a senior or a pro but we are talking about a lightly recruited freshman player at Wisconsin. Make no mistake about it you don't want the Badgers in March, they shoot free throws outstandingly, they don't turn it over, and they have an "x" factor in Josh Gasser. Sure this team doesn't quite have it all, and shouldn't even go to the elite 8 but no matter who you are you don't want to end up playing them.

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