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We really want it this year, and were going to do everything we can to get that." That may have seemed like bold talk heading into the season with Wisconsin needing to replace its entire starting front line after the departures of Jared Berggren, Mike Bruesewitz and Ryan Evans. But Saturdays win improved Wisconsins record to 13-0, the Badgers best start since the 1913-14 squad went 15-0. Playing for the first time in two weeks, the Badgers were a little rusty from 3-point range. But everything else was working as they dominated at the free throw line and on the boards while committing just two turnovers. Prairie View (2-10) went to a zone defence early, which helped slow down the Badgers somewhat offensively as they shot just 9 of 27 from behind the arc. They averaged making better than 40 per cent of their 3-pointers coming in. But that defensive approach also seemed to open up holes in the Panthers defence when it came to the boards. Wisconsin outrebounded Prairie View 42-25 while turning 16 offensive rebounds into 19 points. "Sometimes, a zone will allow that to happen, not that it tries to," Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said. "But again, we did have a height advantage, but that doesnt always mean youre going to rebound. But we were opportunistic. We moved our feet. I thought we got in good position to get the misses that were out there." Rimm said he thought the Panthers could use their lack of size to drive against the Badgers. But that didnt translate to the free throw line, where they were just 3 of 4 compared to Wisconsins 21 of 28. Though the Panthers werent terribly sloppy with the ball, committing 13 turnovers, Wisconsin turned those mistakes into 17 points. Prairie View only had two points off the Badgers two turnovers. Montrael Scott scored 14 to lead the Panthers, who return home Jan. 4 to take on Southern in the Panthers conference opener. 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