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Badgers' Wilson Begins March Madness

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A senior comes off the bench for Wisconsin for four years. Plays occasionally, gets points rarely. His career scoring average after his final regular season game: 2.4.

But he's a nice kid. He works as an intern at the Boys & Girls Club back in Madison. In May, he'll be the first member of his family to graduate from college. Maybe basketball didn't work out that well, but it looks like life might.

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