The NCAA tournament won't be Happ-less this year. That's because after a one-year hiatus, the Wisconsin Badgers are back in the field of 68, which means All-America power forward Ethan Happ will end his brilliant career on the sport's biggest stage. But the Badgers aren't a one-man team, as Greg Gard's gang features the inside-outside offensive balance to do some tournament damage.
Happ is a low-post monster who seems like he's been a Badger for 10 years. Double-team Happ at your own risk, though, because he will see the extra defender and kick it out to D'Mitrik Trice, Nate Reuvers, Brad Davison and Brevin Pritzl to bury 3-balls. Can Happ author the perfect end to his college career by leading the Badgers on a magical March run?
ESPN+ has your answers, as Joe Lunardi has enlisted a team of bracketologists to compile advanced metrics, key scouting intel and best- and worst-case tournament scenarios for all 68 teams to help you make smart picks in your bracket.