MADISON, Wisconsin (WKOW) The Badgers are fortunate they don't have a midweek game.
Ben Brust left practice early Wednesday after falling hard on his backside.
No word yet if it will keep him out of this Saturday's game at Iowa.
The Badgers are two games back of the Big Ten leaders with five games to play.
They don't control their own destiny anymore but they are still in the hunt.
The players are holding out hope that they'll get the help they need to make a regular season title push.
"We can still win a Big Ten championship. We're two games out with 5 to go. Anything can happen. I think we know how this league has gone this season. So you never know," said forward Sam Dekker.
"We have the feeling that things can go our way. We want to at least finish in that top 4 spot and give ourselves a bye in the Big Ten Tournament. If things roll our way and we come out first or second, that would be awesome," said center Frank Kaminsky.
Wisconsin at Iowa starts at 11am Saturday.
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