Daybreak Doppler: Time To Light It Back Up
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is from the archives.
Badger247 on the best way to slow down Syracuse.
The Sports Bank with everything you need to know about the Badgers v Orange tonight.
Paint Touches says there are a lot of similarities between this Marquette team & the one in ’03.
Midwest Sports Fans is ranking tonight’s Sweet 16 games.
Brew Crew Ball recaps yesterday’s Spring Training action: Pitching Duel Ends When Both Teams Run Out Of Bullets, Brewers And Diamondbacks Tie 0-0.
Brian at CHTV thinks the Packers should make Jeff Saturday an offer he can’t refuse.
Not too surprised at this news, Saints had Bounty on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
This 101 year old lady has more
bravery stones gumption then I ever will have: Mary Hardison, 101, is the world record holder for oldest paraglider.
Should use this for the youth league I coach in, Realistic Little League Player Registration Form.
This is why we watch though, right? 5 Things That Only Happen In TV Shows And Movies.
Seems like a push to me, Public Bus vs. School Bus.
How You Know It’s Spring…you know, besides March Madness & the 80 degree temps here in Wisconsin.
A list of Wild Predictions for the Hunger Games Movie which is coming out this weekend.
Some Holly Weber pics to look at.
Who Goes On? – Here we are again with a Thursday featuring both the Badgers & the Golden Eagles playing. Unlike last Thursday we’ll have to wait till tonight to see them play but that’s alright as you actually do have to work some times. Let’s start with the late game where #3 Marquette will take on #7 Florida in the West Region. Florida is a good offensive team however I think Marquette’s defense will negate that & offensively the Golden Eagles still overmatch the Gators. At the end of the night, Marquette should be advancing to the Elite Eight. While Marquette will round out the evening of hoops, #4 seeded Wisconsin will start it off when they take on #1 Syracuse in the East Region. Syracuse likes to create points off turnovers, Wisconsin is stingy with the ball. Syracuse likes to defend the 3, Wisconsin likes to score most of its points off that shot. If the Orange force the Badgers to play outside the arc and the Badgers can get hot as well as dictate the pace, I like Bucky’s chances. However, we’ve seen this team live & die by the 3 all year so it’s hardly a given they’ll be able to execute from there. Are the Badgers capable of pulling the upset here? Most definitely. Will they? Your guess is as good as mine, we’ll all find out together early this evening.
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