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Wisconsin Vs. Penn State Second Half Updates: Penn State Ties The Game

Penn State opens with the same lineup that started the game. Look for Jermaine Marshall to get some more minuts, though. He looked pretty comfortable guarding Jordan Taylor in the first half.

A rash of turnovers for both teams to open the half.

Wisconsin is using the whole shot clock and either finding good shots at the very end or drawing a foul. Killer.

After a very messy offensive possession which included the ball getting batter from here, to Madison and back, Penn State gets a dunk from Andrew Jones to cut the Wisconsin advantage to five.

Penn State's offense looks much more fluid this half, and the Lions are getting better shots because of it. They still need to tighten up on defense, but it looks like they can score with the Badgers now.

Talor Battle starting to come alive with for Penn State, already with six points in the half. Penn State has cut the Badger lead to three...Leuer pushes it back to five.

A Battle three cuts it to two.

Jermaine Marshall checks back in for Penn State. Keep an eye on how he defends Jordan Taylor.

A Tim Frazier drive ties the game. I've never heard the Jordan Center louder.

With 11:23 to play in the half, it's tied at 35.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.