Daybreak Doppler: Now That There’s Been A Day…
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Packers’ Home Opponents’ Cheerleaders.
Wily Peralta held serve on the mound & the bats came alive in the 7th to give the Brewers a win over the Braves.
Disciples of Uecker on adding Injury to Insult.
I hope he’s right, Charles Woodson Not Worried About Poor Week One Outing.
Carriveau says I Still Love Jarrett Bush… But Yes, It’s Time for Sam Shields.
Bucky’s 5th Quarter with Stats and Charts: Oregon State 10, Wisconsin 7.
Badger of Honor looks at Bret Bielema’s comments on the firing of Mike Markuson.
Paint Touches on how Marquette coach Isaac Chew familar with tough decisions.
Now that’s it come & gone here are 5 Things You Need To Know About NFL Week 1, Including Why Andy Reid Will Be Fired.
OK, need to get one of these, This is Not the Carry-On You’re Looking For.
Bears fans, what do you expect…A Wannabe Stripper Wiped Out at the Bears Tailgate Yesterday.
Well of course we are, more used to making strange sounds with our body, Guys Are Better Than Girls at Guy-Movie Sound Effects.
I’ve thought water towers are cool, not sure why, America’s Weirdest Water Towers.
Abandoned houses & buildings also are neat, I always want to go explore & maybe fine a ghost or something, 20 Eerie Images of Abandonments.
Be happy when early November is come & gone, A template for every awful political discussion you’ve ever witnessed on Facebook.
It’s Not Over Till We Say It’s Over – As I mentioned yesterday morning, seeing both the Badgers & Packers get beat was a tough pill to swallow. While it would be easy to take the defeatist attitude on both loses, it’s time to put both behind us and look forward. Both teams are better than what they showed over the weekend. The Badgers always seem to play down to their opponent & there’s a home game this coming weekend. Hopefully UW Offensive Coordinator will remember he’s got Montee Ball in the back field & we can get back to what we’re used to out of Wisconsin football. For the Packers, the defense needs to stiffen up & also think there needs to be some personnel decision made in the secondary. Davon House was inactive for this past game so perhaps he’ll be ready to play now & can provide better than Bush did. Offensively, everyone has off days & I’m going to chalk the performance up to that & a stellar 48ers defense. We’ll find out in short order for the Packers & a little bit longer for the Badgers to see if both teams can rise to the challenge, shake off the loses, learn from them & becomes better teams for it. If I were a betting man, I would say we’ll see both teams play more like we’re used to in these next games.
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