Daybreak Doppler: ROY Eddie Lacy Saves The Weekend
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Winter Olympians (International Edition).
Chemmy Alcott – Alpine Skiing (UK)
Here was something great to see, Eddie Lacy: NFL Rookie of the Year .
This also happened Saturday night, Rodgers, Cobb Honored with NFL’s Never Say Never Moment of the Year .
This on the other was not good, OSU hand Badgers 3rd home loss in a row, 59-58 .
More on the depressing Badgers loss, Ohio State at Wisconsin: Desperate for a Win, Badgers Squander Chance Against the Buckeyes .
Marquette also faltered and Paint Touches gathered the Twitter Reactions to MU’s blowout loss at St. John’s .
Anonymous Eagle with some Competitive Inequities In The Schedule .
And to cap it off, Recap: Grizzlies 99, Bucks 90 | Grit and Grind beats Grin and Bear it .
The lone bright spot for the Bucks, Potential for Giannis Antetokounmpo grows with Greece’s wild card bid .
This is very true, Let’s Be Honest – We Won’t Be Ready When Bob Uecker’s Time Comes .
Reviewing the Brew on The Genius in Minor League Deals .
Taking a look at The Best & Worst Super Bowl Ads .
From the Super Bowl, The New Way To Win .
Nicely done, Hillary Clinton sends possibly best Super Bowl tweet of all .
Poor Eli, Presenting The Saddest Picture In The Universe .
Something To Cheer For – If it wasn’t for Eddie Lacy winning the NFL Rookie of the Year award, this weekend would’ve been pretty much a wash for Wisconsin based teams. Marquette got handled easily by St John’s and the Badgers dropped yet another one vs Ohio State. So rather than focus on the bad, let’s focus on the Packers first Rookie of the Year since 1972. Lacy was a workhorse all season & one of the reasons why the Packers could even think about sniffing the playoffs while Aaron Rodgers was sidelined. We saw it game after game as Lacy rushed to 1178 yards for the season, beating all other rookie running backs. So while the rest of the weekend may leave a sour taste, we can all be happy for Lacy and even more happy about what it means for the Packers moving forward.
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