By Adam Hoge-

INDIANAPOLIS (CBS) — Wisconsin senior guard Rob Wilson has always had a lot of talent, but for various reasons, he’s never been able to consistently crack Bo Ryan’s rotation.

READ MORE: Chaos In The Loop Leads To Shooting, Beatings; 21 Young People Arrested

In the last month, Wilson has emerged as a reliable option and at the Big Ten quarterfinals Friday, he singlehandedly put the Badgers on his back en route to a 79-71 win over the Indiana Hoosiers. Wilson scored 30 points while hitting 11-of-16 shots, including 7-of-10 threes.

After the game, he told teammate Jordan Taylor, “I don’t know the last time I took 16 shots.”

READ MORE: Health Experts Say It's A Matter Of Time Before Omicron Variant Arrives In Illinois

Here is his complete postgame reaction:

MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Monday Brings Wind, Blast Of Cold Air

For more Big Ten Tournament coverage from Indianapolis, click here. For the most up-to-date information, follow Adam on Twitter (@AdamHogeCBS).