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Badgers celebrate 2013-14 basketball season

Published On: Apr 17 2014 09:55:00 PM CDT


The Wisconsin Badger men's basketball team had its annual season-ending celebration at the Kohl Center Thursday night.

There was a lot to celebrate after the Badgers had a 30-win season and made it to the Final Four in Arlington, Texas.

Senior guard Ben Brust told the crowd "that's stuff that you'll never forget and you watch growing up on TV all the time and it's something that you dream of and set your goals to and to be out there was special."

Head Coach Bo Ryan added "and to be able to have a chance to do that, and represent and institution like this - how lucky can a guy get? I'm pretty lucky."

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