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UWGB women's basketball: Buzz just one tool on defense

9:39 PM, Jan. 4, 2013
UW-Green Bay's Megan Lukan (14) and Kaili Lukan (4) try to steal the ball away from North Dakota State's Jamie Van Kirk during a Dec. 18 game at the Kress Events Center in Green Bay.
UW-Green Bay's Megan Lukan (14) and Kaili Lukan (4) try to steal the ball away from North Dakota State's Jamie Van Kirk during a Dec. 18 game at the Kress Events Center in Green Bay.
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The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women's basketball team has enjoyed so much success using its buzz defense the last two seasons that it often has caught the eye of opposing teams.

That includes former Michigan coach Kevin Borseth, who was intrigued enough by the buzz that he asked former UWGB associate head coach Mike Divilbiss to come to Michigan a few summers ago to teach it. Divilbiss is one of the masters of the 2-1-2 defense that is predicated on double-teaming the player with the ball.

Borseth saw it working for UWGB and felt it might be something he'd like. ...

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