Final: Purdue 84, Wisconsin 80.
Carsen Edwards scores 36 points to out-duel Ethan Happ (31) in a battle of two of the Big Ten's best. Ryan Cline scores 14. Nojel Eastern 10. And Grady Eifert hits two key FTs in OT, as the Boilers pick up a crucial road win.
"Ethan Happ vs. Carsen Edwards" show is living up to the hype...
Happ: 20 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 block for Wisconsin
Edwards: 24 points (5-10 3FG), 2 rebounds and 1 steal for Purdue
PUR 55, WIS 52 | 11:32 2H
9. Carsen Edwards dropped 36 on the Badgers in the Boilermakers' 84-80 victory. That's every bit as silly as Happ's line. It's also the most points allowed by Wisconsin since North Dakota's Troy Huff had 37 on Nov. 19, 2013 (h/t @collegebb_ref ).
@juniorcoll180@xOnwardSoldierx@dandakich@BoilerBall It doesn't get to my head. They are going to make the tourney as a 19-20 win team from the regular season. Like Trae Young and Oklahoma last year. Carsen Edwards is in a similar situation. They're going to be way better next year
Carsen Edwards-Purdue: just another huge night on the road against a top 15 defensive https://t.co/WyDXQia8ek Wisconsin team. The Boilermaker put up 36pts in a 84-80 OT win in Madison. The junior has the ability to grab a win anywhere w his improving cast. #BoilerUp
Ugh. RT @BadgerMBB: Heck of a Big Ten battle tonight
Ethan Happ finished with 31 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists for the #Badgers, but Carsen Edwards and Purdue pull out the overtime win tonight in Madison
The thing about Carsen Edwards that everyone is missing is that we are on the verge of runaway climate change and we need a complete re-think of the global economy to ensure a just society & avoid planetary catastrophe.