Wisconsin Basketball Ticket Information
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The Badgers have lined up a pack of NCAA national contenders on the 2019-2020 Wisconsin basketball schedule. Sample a wide range of prices on cheap Wisconsin basketball tickets by selecting any one of UW-Madison's home contests in Madtown. You always have the option of toggling the schedule to display both home and away games using the "View" tab. You only need to provide your billing, shipping, and payment information to process your purchase of Wisconsin basketball tickets. Land the hottest seats at the Badgers' 17,230-seat arena today with Vivid Seats!
Wisconsin NCAA Tournament Tickets
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Wisconsin Reaches First Final Four Under Bo Ryan
The advancement of the second-seeded Wisconsin Badgers into the Final Four this season is arguably the most notable of all the remaining teams. For starters, the other three – Kentucky Florida, UConn - have all won national titles in just the last seven years alone, while for Wisconsin, 2014 marks a number of firsts for one of the country’s most consistent programs. As neatly broken down by Bleacher Report, the Badgers have not won a national championship since 1941, its only such triumph to date, while the last Final Four appearance was back in 2000, which also was the last year a Big Ten team took the crown. Perhaps surprisingly, this year’s Final Four also will be the very first for longtime Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan, who took over the program in 2002. Prior to the start of this year’s NCAA Tournament, Ryan had led the Badgers to five Sweet Sixteens but just one Elite Eight back in 2005.
In order to reach the coveted national championship game, Wisconsin will have to put an end to what has been an incredible run by the eighth-seeded Kentucky Wildcats. As has been widely noted, John Calipari’s squad has already achieved one of the more remarkable feats in the history of the tournament after defeating three of the previous year’s Final Four teams. However, the Badgers also will be equipped with a bit of momentum of their own after knocking off a No. 1 seed (Arizona) for the first time since 2000. The Wisconsin-Kentucky matchup will be the second of the night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on April 5, immediately following Florida vs UConn.