Daybreak Doppler: A Wisconsin Legend, Ron Dayne
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is LFL 2013.
Seattle Mist – Shea Norton
This is better, Brewers 6, Rangers 3.
Reviewing the Brew with 3 Brews, Deep Thoughts.
Disciples of Uecker says Home Runs Have Been A Problem.
ACME Packing Company asks Which Undrafted Free Agent Rookies are Best Positioned to Make the Packers?
Brian asks Ryan Pickett: In Shape or Overweight?
More on this below, Badgers legend Ron Dayne elected to College Football Hall of Fame.
Bucky’s 5th Quarter with The Speculation Station: Could Jakarrie Washington be switching positions?
Marquette played really well in this game, Top 2012-13 Performances: No. 3 Junior Cadougan vs. Wisconsin.
This is pretty solid, That’s how you do it: Cris Carter throws out first pitch at Reds game.
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Most of these are pretty obvious, 10 Ways Men And Women Spend Their Money Differently.
Speaking of the differences between the sexes, How Men and Women Argue.
Well Deserved Honor – Barry Alvarez is most often, and rightfully so, credited with bringing Wisconsin Badgers’ football back to prominence. Another name that only helped solidify Alvarez’s legacy was Ron Dayne, who was named to the College Football Hall of Fame yesterday. Sure, it was Alvarez who gave Dayne the chance to play tailback when many scoffed at the idea but it was Dayne who made the most out of that opportunity, helping the Badgers to back-to-back Rose Bowl titles & earning himself a Heisman in the process. I still remember the day Dayne broke the all-time NCAA rushing record, sitting with my Uncle Mike & a friend of ours at The Sports Corner in De Pere. It was a moment in history & record setting one at that, one I never thought to ever see a Wisconsin player earn. While Dayne’s pro career never panned out as many had hoped, his collegiate one at Wisconsin was the stuff of legend & will always be remembered.
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