Daybreak Doppler: What I’ll Be Watching This Weekend
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Selections from Maxims 2013 Hometown Hotties.
Shannon – San Antonio, Texas
It didn’t look good in the late innings yesterday, but the Brewers surged & swept the Pirates.
The Book of Gorman is Handicapping the NL MVP.
Miller Park Drunk on how Norichika Aoki needs some help to win Rookie of the Year.
Packerpedia says it will be a Tough Test vs. Talented Seahawks Defense.
Taking a look at How The Packers Have Fared Against Rookie Quarterbacks Under Dom Capers.
Madtown Badgers has 5 Things to Watch for Against UTEP.
Paint Touches on how a busy Summer prepares MU commit Duane Wilson for primetime.
Always wondered what these were, The NFL’s 25 Most Unwritten Rules.
Have to say, classy move here, Rays fan asks Elliot Johnson to play catch in parking lot on Twitter, he obliges.
These people are why I don’t go to the gym…well, that & I’m lazy, 5 Types Of People Who Shouldn’t Be Allowed At The Gym.
But it is very pretty to look at, iOS 6 Maps Aren’t Just Bad, They’re Dangerous.
This is great, Conan takes dead aim at replacement refs.
One or two of these make a little sense, 10 Bizarre Fan Theories on TV’s Most Popular Shows.
Brewers, Badgers & Bulldozers – With no Packers game this weekend, the majority of us from a Wisconsin sports stand point will be focused on the Brewers & Badgers. The Brewers continue to play inspired ball but will be playing a solid, tough team in the Nationals this weekend. This will be a real test & if the Brewers can get out of our nation’s capital with at least a series win the magical run towards the final Wild Card spot will still be alive and well. For the Badgers…I don’t even know what to say or expect anymore. How about just play four solid quarters of football & convince us all there’s at least a smidgen of hope this team has some potential. Lastly, for me, after missing last week’s game due to a family trip to the Milwaukee Zoo I’m looking forward to getting back on the field with the Bulldozers, my flag football team. As much as I may occasionally bemoan the time commitment involved with coaching, both baseball & football, it really is something I enjoy doing & missed not being able to be calling plays last weekend during the game.
So there’s my weekend in a nutshell, which I’m considering the calm before the storm as we get ready & prepared for Throwback Weekend II next weekend. No matter what you may have planned, enjoy the Fall weather these next two days & we’ll see you back here on Monday morning.
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