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Badgers Final Four merchandise flying off shelves

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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Badgers are back in the Final Four for the first time in 14 years, and the merchandise is flying off the shelves.

The UW Bookstore put shirts on sale Monday morning but most were gone in a matter of hours.

Carol Well says, "We are buying for a friend of ours who's a Wisconsin native, but lives in Rochester, and then for our son who's a student here."

While UW student Sarah Hanson says, "I kind of figured I'd buy multiple basketball t-shirts and then wear them all four years since I'm a Freshman."

The bookstore says they're pretty much out of traditional sizes, but will be getting more shirts, hats and other merchandise in soon.




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