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Wisconsin Keeps Pace in Big Ten

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Jared Berggren played the role of The Eraser.

Ryan Evans played the role of Mr. Windex.

Ben Brust played the role of The Igniter.

Together, they helped No. 25 Wisconsin hold off No. 16 Indiana, 57-50, in a key Big Ten game in front of a sellout crowd of 17,230 Thursday night at the Kohl Center.

UW senior guard Jordan Taylor was asked to put their contributions into perspective.

"If I did that it would probably take all day," said Taylor, who contributed 10 points and two assists but made just 5 of 14 field-goal attempts. "They were big, every single one of them . . .

"But that's no surprise to us. We've been saying all year we've got a lot of guys who can bring different things to the table.

"We're just continuing to show that."

Berggren scored only four points in 23 minutes but had a personal-high five blocks as UW...

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