Daybreak Doppler: Looking Back At The Badgers Football Season
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is from the archives.
Think most of us saw this coming, Rodgers Not Cleared, Packers Mull Future .
This was nice to see last night, Wisconsin 48, Virginia 38: Badgers do their part in B1G/ACC Challenge .
Bucks continue the season of L, Frontcourt Powers Pistons Past Bucks .
Anonymous Eagle keeps up with their BADGER HATE WEEK: Buckingham & Co. Winter Solstice Catalogue Edition!
Disciples of Uecker on Emerging Contracts: Revisiting Gallardo’s Value .
Reviewing the Brew makes The Case For Juan Francisco .
All makes sense now, Brian Cashman’s Free Agent Checklist .
The gift that just keeps on giving…sort of, Mariano Rivera has the perfect gift idea for Derek Jeter: A life-size female doll .
Some good ideas here, What’s A Fitting Punishment For The Last Place Finisher In Your Fantasy League?
I know some people who could use some of these 11 Surefire Ways To Get Your Ass Out Of Bed .
This is going on my Christmas list, Finally, the Anchorman 2 Tie-in We Really Want: ACTUAL Scotch .
What the hell is this thing, Behold: The ugliest Christmas tree in England .
I Was Close On My Prediction – Back in August I predicted the Badgers football team would finish with a record of 10-2 & damn it, I should’ve been right. While I didn’t pick the ASU loss because really, who would’ve, I was correct in the OSU one which was a no brainer & then also said I was concerned with Penn State which unfortunately became a self-fulfilling prophecy. So the Badgers finished at 9-3 which I’m not entirely disappointed in, especially with a new head coach & staff leading the team. The Badgers are most likely looking at the Capital One Bowl again which isn’t necessarily a horrible thing & at least we get to see them out on the field one last time. I am hopeful for the future of this team & program though under Gary Andersen. Andersen is a solid coach (last weekend’s game notwithstanding) & from all indications an incredible recruiter. My biggest question for next year will be at QB because as much as I like Joel Stave, he’s just too inconsistent for my likes & coming in next year is a 4-star dual-threat QB named D. J. Gillins. It may be a reach to think a true freshman could be starting next year under center, but for the time being it makes for some interesting speculation. All in all, while it was a disappointing final regular season game, I’d still call this first year of Gary Andersen’s tenure a success and look forward for more to come.
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