Daybreak Doppler: Another Wisconsin Victory Monday
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women whose names I can’t pronounce on the first try.
The Brewers took the first game of the NLCS in a slugfest, beating the Cardinals 9-6.
From Brew Crew Ball, Brewers’ Manager Ron Roenicke’s post-game comments.
Jack at Disciples of Uecker shares his Yuniesky Betancourt Nightmare.
The Packers also took care of business last night, beating the Falcons 25-14, here’s the post-mortem on the match-up.
Aaron shares his Gut Reactions from Week 5.
Adam’s over at All Green Bay Packers has his unfiltered, game day impressions from the Packers/Falcons game.
Love this title: Nebraska columnist wishes Husker games were more like Badger games.
I would actually just like to taste Gummey Beer, Six Things I Hope to See Before The Simpsons Ends, And Six I Don’t.
I wonder how many of these types of photos we’ll see after next Throwback Weekend? Soooo…. you got wasted.
This is actually pretty cute, Lil’ Batman Is Going To Fight Crime With His Muscles.
If you weren’t in love with Uma Thurman before this movie, you were after: The Five Most Iconic Scenes From “Pulp Fiction”.
I really can’t decide whether I like this actress or not, 4 Reasons Zooey Deschanel Can Stop Pretending She’s a Dork.
For some reason I don’t think these ladies are actually fire fighters, just call it a hunch: Smoking Hot Pics of Foxy Female Firefighters.
Could Get Used To This – Watching both the Brewers & Packers yesterday, there was a certain sense of similarity between the games. Both teams got down early, both teams came back, both teams won. Pretty exciting day and evening for fans of both teams & having them both in the W column definitely makes Mondays easier to deal with. While we have to wait till this coming weekend to see the Packers again, the Brewers play tonight in game 2 of the NLCS & hopefully the results are the same & can take a 2-0 lead to St. Louis.
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