NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Wisconsin posted one of its worst offensive performances of the Bo Ryan era on Sunday, a 65-48 loss to No. 7 Oklahoma.
The Sooners held the Badgers to 23.5 percent shooting, the lowest since a 22.2-percent effort against North Dakota State in 2006 and the second-worst rate since Ryan took over in 2001.
"They played off of some of our guys who they didn't feel could shoot," Ryan said. "Actually, that would have referred to everybody on our team in the long run. When we had the opportunities in the paint, we didn't finish. I'm really disappointed in that."