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Topic - Keaton Nankivil
Wisconsin point guard Jordan Taylor provided the most memorable quip so far to sum up the biggest criticism the Badgers get every March in coach Bo Ryan's swing offense.
The nation's most efficient point guard, Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor, flashes a mischievous grin every time he stops to talk.
"He has great composure," senior forward Keaton Nankivil said. "In a game like Saturday's, it's easy to let that moment get the best of you, but battling the way he did and making the plays after he admitted having struggled throughout the game, making the plays in the last couple of minutes that he did is kind of a microcosm of how he is as a person."
"They always say that a team is kind of a reflection of the coach," said Nankivil, still sporting a big black eye.