Daybreak Doppler: A Winter (Meetings) Wonderland
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme In Honor of Finland’s Independence Day (Dec 6) – Women of Finland.
Join us this afternoon when our Thursday Q & A will be up with Al from PackerNet.com, who asks what up with Starks?
Total Packers looks at Packers T.J. Lang & Nick McDonald, who Could Be Future Starters On The Offensive Line.
Holly gets a jump start on the weekend with her Opposition Research on the Detroit Lions.
The Bucks beat the Packers 97-95 in an ugly game that turned awfully interesting.
The Badgers took care of business last night against UW-Milwaukee, with Keaton Nankivil leading a stingy ‘D’ against the Panthers.
Cracked Sidewalks on Double Switchables.
Wisconsin Sports Tap on a hot streak here, sticking with the Zach Grienke them and saying the Brewers should Pay the Price.
This is beautiful, Proof America is the Greatest Country: Favre Hatred.
No huge surprises here: The 30 Most Googled Female Athletes in The World.
At first when I got Netflix streaming I was a little disappointed but once you start digging you can find some great stuff like these - Best of Netflix Instant: Season 1 Television.
Because some of us need all the help we can get, 7 Things To Watch At The Gym To Appear More Awesome.
Some of these are genius and some..well, less so: The Top 10 Will Ferrell Characters.
Tis the season, 36 Christmas Trees Falling on 35 People (and a Cat).
Carla Ossa is a great bikini model.
A Brief Football Hiatus- The Winter Meetings in baseball kick off the Hot Stove League in earnest and we’ve already seen some action with the Brewers and the Lawrie/Marcum trade. Brewers GM Doug Melvin came out and said that they’re not done yet either as it relates moves and particularly starting pitching. May be interesting as a name you keep hearing about is Zach Greinke, but I’m not holding my breath on that one nor do I like who the Brewers would likely have to give up (Lorenzo Cain) to get him. The other topic is of course Prince Fielder. I’m pretty much resigned to the fact the Brewers will be stuck hold on to him for this year and either try a trade before the 2011 trade deadline or just let him walk after the season. Re-signing him is just not going to happen, nor should it for the amount of money agent Scott Boras is going to be looking for, which I am also fine with. Of course, there is also supposes to be a ‘mystery National League team’ that has entered into the Cliff Lee sweepstakes, so we can always hold out hope that its actually the Brewers…can’t even type that with a straight face.
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