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Byline: Mark Stewart
Atlanta _ For a while, it seemed the University of Wisconsin's men's basketball team had the breakthrough it needed.
The young Badgers sliced through Georgia Tech's press as if it wasn't there, Travon Davis was on fire, scoring 14 first-half points, and the team as a whole was dominant. Their 20-point lead over the Yellow Jackets was the largest of the season.
Then the dream turned into a nightmare. The sure victory ended up being a third straight loss.
Georgia Tech, led by senior Tony Akins' 20 points and freshman forward Isma'il Muhammad's hustle, posted its biggest comeback in at 20 least years, beating Wisconsin, 62-61, in front of 4,242 fans at the Alexander Memorial Coliseum after Kirk Penney's 16-foot jumper glanced just off the mark as time ran out.
The game was part of the third annual ACC-Big Ten Challenge, a …