As if there’s any doubt, the badgers have been on the front line in the battle for supremacy for the last 10 years.
For the last seven years, they have been the best in the world, and they’ve never lost.
The tournament’s winners are all from the western states.
In the first two years of the tournament, the West Coast team was the best of the West and a two-time runner-up.
In 2014, the South Coast team took second place, and in 2015 the West coast took third.
In 2016, the East Coast was crowned champion, while the West was runner-ups.
The West Coast has won seven titles since 2008, and the East coast has won two.
For many years, the good players have dominated, but they’ve had to compete against the bad.
The last few years, that hasn’t been the case.
A lot has changed, but the West has still been the better team.
And for the most part, the competition hasn’t changed much, either.
There have been some notable differences, though.
The most notable has been the spread in the top-level tournaments, with the West dominating in all but one.
The rest of the conferences have been much more evenly matched.
The only exception is the Big East, which has been a major power in the last decade, but has only been in the finals once in the past decade.
The Big East has won nine championships and the West seven.
In other words, there is a big difference between the West’s dominance in the Big 12 and the Big West.
The big difference, however, has been in how the West competes in tournament play.
In both the Big Ten and Big 12, the teams have been dominating in the first round.
The two leagues, however have different styles.
The league in the West is dominated by the Big 10 and Pac-12.
The conference in the East is dominated mostly by the ACC and Big East.
And in the Midwest, the Big 5 has dominated the Big South.
But for the better part of the last five years, there has been one exception: The West.
While the Big 6 is the only conference to have made it to the semifinals in any of the Big Eight, the last two years the Big Six has been dominant.
That’s because the Big 8 has won the tournament four times and has won six of the past seven.
It is the league that has dominated in every major tournament since 2008.
It also has won four of the five tournaments that have been played in the South.
And the West, despite losing to the Big 3, has won three of the four major tournaments in the region since 2008 (the Big East is the last conference to win three straight tournaments in a row).
The Big 12 has had a tougher time than the Big North, and it has had to deal with more changes.
There are a lot of new conferences in the league this year, and there are more changes in the format of the conference.
For example, there are no divisional semifinals, and instead each team plays four games in the championship round.
There is also no regional finals.
This is a major change from the last few seasons, when the Big 7 and Big 10 combined to play three regional semifinals.
The same is true for the Big 1.
The top seed in the conference will play its final two games in a regional finals, while it will play two regional finals and the championship game against the champion.
This season, the league has decided to move the tournament to a four-game knockout format.
There will be a single-elimination bracket, but it is a four seed will play a best-of-three series, with a best of five.
This format will make the tournament much more competitive, and that should help the Big Ones in the future.
The other major change to the format this year is that there are now four semifinals and a best.
In previous years, this would have been done through a best two-out-of‑three series.
But the Big 11 and Big South will now play best-out of-five.
In all likelihood, this will make it easier for the West to defend its title this year.
The format will be much more forgiving to teams in the Southeast, which is also the conference that has won most of the big tournaments this decade.
In fact, the only teams that have made the tournament finals in the Northeast are the Big 4 and the ACC.
The East has had the easiest time of any conference this year as well.
The ACC has won every regional championship since 2009, while both the West &NW and Pac 12 have combined to win the conference tournament.
The South has only had one conference championship since 2008 and the conference championship is its only one since 2009.
The Atlantic Coast has also had the toughest of the 10 conferences.
The SEC and ACC have had a difficult time this season.
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