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Bo knows when not to change a thing; can Irish slay Goliath?

Bo Ryan is no fan of change. He said so himself answering the question — "What's the most important change your team needs to make here?" — as he left the locker room to start the second half, down by two to North Carolina in Thursday's Sweet 16 matchup. Wisconsin was shooting just 37 percent, almost 30 points lower than the pass-completion percentage posted last season by that other icon of the Badger state, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who was in the stands with girlfriend Olivia Munn in LA. "Well, we don't need to change here," Ryan practically growled in response to sideline reporter Rachel Nichols. "We just have to...

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