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Crew Rallies for Win Over Giants

Travis Shaw hit a two-out double in the seventh inning to drive in Neil Walker with the go-ahead run and the Milwaukee Brewers held on to beat the San Francisco Giants 4-3 Tuesday night. Ryan Braun and Keon Broxton drove in runs while Walker and Eric Sogard had two hits apiece to help the Brewers…read more »


Biegel Ruled Out for Packers Game at Denver

Packers’ rookie linebacker Vince Biegel will not play in Saturday night’s exhibition game at Denver. Biegel, a fourth round pick out of Wisconsin, remains on the team’s physically unable to perform list after he aggravated a Jones fracture in his right foot during Green Bay’s rookie orientation camp in May. Packers’ receiver Malachi Dupre returned…read more »

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Badgers Announce Football Series with UCLA in 2029, 2030

The Badgers have announced a home-and-home football series with UCLA set for the 2029 and 2030 seasons. Wisconsin will head to Pasadena to play at the Rose Bowl on September 15, 2029 before the Badgers play host to UCLA on September 7, 2030. Although the Badgers have won the last three meetings between the two…read more »


Giants Rookie Shuts Out Crew

Rookie Chris Stratton pitched six innings to run his scoreless streak to 12 2/3 innings his past two outings, and the San Francisco Giants shutout the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0. It was a night of missed chances as Milwaukee, which had won two in a row and six of seven, dropped 2 1/2 games back of…read more »


Former Buck’s Guard O. J. Mayo Wants to Return

Former Milwaukee Bucks guard O-J Mayo says he wants to return to the Bucks once his two year drug ban ends in July of next year. He could play for any team as an unrestricted free agent — but he tells Sports Illustrated he wants to go back to what he left in Milwaukee, saying…read more »

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Wisconsin No. 9 in AP Preseason Poll

Wisconsin was listed ninth in the Associated Press Preseason poll released Monday. Alabama garnered the top spot grabbing 52 of the 61 first-place votes in the Top 25 poll. Ohio State, Florida State, USC and Clemson round out the top five in order. Other Big Ten teams listed in the poll include Penn State at…read more »