On Monday’s Big Ten conference call, Bo Ryan addressed the injuries that starters Trae Jackson and Frank Kaminsky are dealing with.
Jackson suffered an injury to his right foot or ankle in the second half of Sunday’s loss at Rutgers. He sat out the rest of the game. “It’s pretty severe,” Ryan said. “How severe, what’s next, we’re not sure.”
Ryan was also without an update on Kaminsky, his all-american center. Kaminsky suffered a concussion and sat out the loss to Rutgers.
Jackson is Wisconsin’s point guard, averaging 9.2 points and 2.9 assists, while Kaminsky is posting 16.9 points and 8.2 boards. The Badgers lost 67-62 to Rutgers, who are one of the worst teams in this year’s Big 10.