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Sport 'I believe there may be tears shed.' Badgers expect emotional night Friday when they pay tribute to ailing assistant Howard Moore

23:50  07 november  2019
23:50  07 november  2019 Source:   jsonline.com

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MADISON – Alando Tucker won’t be surprised if he has to wipe tears from his eyes before the Wisconsin men's basketball home opener at the Kohl Center.

a man standing on a court: Wisconsin players wear shirts honoring assistant coach Howard Moore before their game against UW-La Crosse on Friday, November 1, 2019, at the Kohl Center in Madison.© Jeff Potrykus / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin players wear shirts honoring assistant coach Howard Moore before their game against UW-La Crosse on Friday, November 1, 2019, at the Kohl Center in Madison.

“There will be mixed emotions for everyone,” UW’s first-year assistant coach said. “Sadness. Grief. But also motivation. Right?

“I believe there may be tears shed. But it is in honor of Howard. Everything is in his honor.”

UW (0-1) faces Eastern Illinois (0-1) at 7 p.m. Friday. UW officials have asked fans to be in their seats by 6:45 so they can enjoy a tribute to assistant coach Howard Moore and his family.

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Moore, who played at UW in the 1990s and was in his second stint as an assistant coach, lost his wife (Jennifer) and daughter (Jaidyn) in an auto accident last May in Michigan. He suffered third-degree burns in the accident and then suffered a heart attack in June and is in a long-term care facility.

Moore’s parents and his son Jerell, who survived the accident, are scheduled to be at the game.

“It is OK to have emotions,” said Tucker, who has been part of a network of supporters helping to care for Jerell. “You have a group of young guys that really love the Moore family. You have a coaching staff that loves the Moore family. You have fans that love the Moore family for everything he means to the program and what Jen and Jaidyn meant.

“It is really hard to explain. You can’t really predict what will happen but I expect there will be high emotions. I’m going to try to contain it.”

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Jerell, 13, is a regular visitor to UW practices.

“He is doing exceptionally well,” Tucker said. “He has shocked a lot of people in how he is handling it. He is growing up very fast. We are all trying to play our part. I try to play a big brother/mentor/uncle role.”

The UW players have wristbands and T-shirts to honor Moore. On both are the words: "Do Moore. Be Moore. 4 Moore."

“The thing is, there is nothing we can do to change the outcome,” guard Brevin Pritzl said, referring to the accident. “The best thing we can do is make the current situation as positive as we can.”

Redshirt sophomore guard Kobe King did not play well Tuesday in UW’s opener, with almost as many turnovers (four) as points (six) in the 65-63 overtime loss to No. 20 Saint Mary’s. While he was still stewing in the locker room afterward, King donned the wristband designed to honor Moore.

“It reminds me that he is there with us,” King said. “Yeah, we had a tough game. But never take things for granted.”

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Everyone who attends the game Friday will be reminded of that message.

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