Daybreak Doppler: Still Basking in the Glow
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Miss World 2010 Contestants.
CD over at Tundra Vision has his Week 7 Packers Grades ready.
I was worried I was going to wake up the kids with my hollering and cheering when Aaron’s The Play Where I Lost My Mind happened.
A recap from Sunday night’s came from Ol’ Bag of Donuts: The bell tolls for Favre.
It would appear the repercussions from the Packers-Vikings game keep coming, as Brad Jones Fractured Brett Favre’s Ankle.
Yeah, I had questions about it too: Time to break down Big Ten’s tiebreaking procedure.
After Saturday’s win, the Badgers Rose Bowl Hopes Still Alive…something I never thought possible two weeks ago.
Facts and Figures about the Bucks, Free throws and Corey Maggette.
A World Series preview: The World Series is Going to be Awesome.
This is just beautiful, Favre and Chilly: The Brief History of a Dysfunctional Player-Coach Relationship.
I don’t know about Sisqo, but the others are solid: Beers with Mr. Belding and The Five D-Listers We’d Love to Have a Drink With.
In honor of upcoming Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert’s Rally to Restore Sanity &/or Fear, 14 People & Things Doing Their Part.
With some of these, I may be laughing too hard to heed the warning: Warning signs that had me on the floor.
Seeing as Halloween is this weekend, I imagine we’ll see a lot of similar links: 7 Creepy Urban Legends That Happen to be True.
Speaking of Halloween, Sexiest Halloween Costumes of 2010.
Well Rested, Still Happy- Amazing what a full night of sleep unaffected by alcohol will do you for you, feel like a million bucks today. Yesterday I spent a lot of time reading game recaps of both the Packers & Badgers games and let me tell you, it’s still a pretty good feeling after those two wins. Both were great games, down to the wire. For the Badgers, a share of the Big Ten Championship and BCS bowl are real possibilities. For the Packers, a share of the NFC North division and an avoidance of a downward spiral. All in all, while both teams left some points on the field and had mistakes, when it was needed the players stepped up and got the job done.
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