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Badgers and Iowa Pulling for Penn State Tomorrow

Players and coaches for both Wisconsin and Iowa will probably be watching a little television before Saturday’s game at Camp Randall Stadium.  Both teams need Penn State to beat undefeated Minnesota.  The 3 PM game in Madison is an elimination contest, with the loser having no shot at the Big Ten West title.  A Gopher…read more »


Bucks Come Up with “Statement Win,” Clip LA 129-124

The Milwaukee Bucks came up with a statement win by edging the Clippers Wednesday night 129-124.   Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a season-high 38 points, grabbing 16 rebounds and narrowly missing a triple-double with nine assists.  George Hill scored 24 off the bench before leaving with an eye injury.   Los Angeles played without Kawhi Leonard who took a…read more »


Wisconsin Narrowly Misses Upset Against Ranked Saint Mary’s 65-63 in OT

A missed last-second three-pointer cost the Wisconsin Badgers a chance at an upset Tuesday night against Number-20 Saint Mary’s in overtime, 65-63.   Nate Reuvers led the Badgers with 22 points, six rebounds and four blocked shots.  Brad Davison added 16, but the Wisconsin bench only scored two points.   Both teams shot poorly and Wisconsin only connected…read more »

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Bucks Blow Out Minnesota with Big 3rd Period, 134-106

With Minneapolis Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns suspended, the Milwaukee Bucks ran wild in a 134-106 win Monday night.  Milwaukee improved its record to 5-and-2.  The big three of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe combined for 82 points.  The next stop on the four-game road trip for Milwaukee comes Wednesday in Los Angeles against…read more »


Packers’ Winning Streak Stopped at 4 by 26-11 Loss to Chargers

Even with over 20,00 Green Bay fans in attendance, the Packers weren’t very competitive, seeing their four-game winning streak snapped in Los Angeles Sunday 26-11.   The Chargers dominated the line of scrimmage on offense and defense. Former Wisconsin Badger Melvin Gordon scored two touchdowns.   The Packers didn’t reach the end zone until there was just 6:21…read more »