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Byline: Mark Stewart
MADISON, Wis. _ Thousands of fans cheered Wisconsin to a come-from-behind victory over Michigan State last week at the Kohl Center. Deron Williams was with them in spirit.
The mere thought of the Spartans snapping the nation's best home-court winning streak just days before Illinois got its shot was enough to drive the Illini guard to such lengths.
``Everybody wants to win there because of the streak they have,'' Williams said. ``That would mean a lot to us, to go up there and beat them at home.''
Tuesday night, young man, you get your chance.
At 8 o'clock (CST), the Badgers (13-3, 4-1 Big Ten) play host to the top-ranked and undefeated Illini (19-0, 5-0) before a national television audience in what has to be one of the most-hyped regular-season games of not only the Bo Ryan era at Wisconsin but the program's history.
The Illini circled this game on their schedule long ago, but so …