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Platteville, Badgers game has extra meaning for Greg Gard

Wisconsin will host Division III Wisconsin-Platteville in an exhibition game on Oct. 30 that will also serve to raise awareness about brain cancer, a year Badgers coach Greg Gard's father died of the disease        
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