Those who watch Wisconsin vs. American live online may be getting a peak at a potential bracket buster in the 2014 NCAA tournament. Many analysts are picking the Wisconsin Badgers to do well, but coach Bo Ryan knows he should watch out for the American University Eagles.
The second NCAA tournament game of the day tips off at 12:40 pm EST in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as part of the West region bracket. Fans can watch Wisconsin vs. American live online or on truTV.
Normally, this would be a game in danger of scoring in the 40’s. But normally offensively challenged Wisconsin finds themselves with one of their best scoring teams in years. In fact, the Badger managed to put up 73.5 points per game this season. Normally, coach Bo Ryan and the Wisconsin Badgers are known for their defensive prowess. Now they can score as well.
American University is a surprise entry out of the Patriot League, winning the conference tournament and earning the automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA tournament. Coach Mike Brennan is a product of Princeton and runs the Princeton offense. The Princeton offense is much like the Syracuse zone, teams only get to see it every so often. If American can slow the game way down, they only score 63.9 points per game, they might have a chance.
But basketball fans who tune in to watch Wisconsin vs. American live online can relax, this one should not be a low scoring snooze fest. As the Wisconsin offense has loosened up this year, they have been able to get out on the break and actually score points. Playing so close to their home will help provide energy as well and they should walk away from this one easily.
The only strange feeling the Badgers might get is in the locker room, which belongs to their in state rivals, Marquette. Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker said, “It’s cool. We walked in and one of the workers said ‘Make us proud, we’re pulling for you.’ Usually, it’s ‘Go out there and get killed by 30.'”
For anyone hoping to get a March Madness break in the middle of the day, they can watch Wisconsin vs. American live online in the 2014 NCAA tournament by clicking here.