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Packers Offense Offers New Look Sunday — Not Only At QB

(Green Bay, WI)  —  While you were gone, Aaron Rodgers, your team developed a running game.  The return from a broken collarbone by the Packers quarterback is exciting for coaches, players and fans, but the possibility of a more diversified offense might be even better.  While Rodgers was nursing his injury, performances by Aaron Jones More >

Marquette G Markus Howard Named Big East Player Of The Week

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Marquette sophomore guard Markus Howard has been named Big East Player of the Week.  He averaged 28-and-a-half points and six-and-a-half rebounds in Golden Eagles wins over Vermont and Wisconsin.  He had 34 points in the 91-81 win against Vermont and led Marquette to an easy 82-63 win over the Badgers in the More >

Brewers GM Laying Groundwork For Moves Still To Come

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The baseball Winter Meetings have ended with no moves made by the Milwaukee Brewers, but that doesn’t mean it was just a half-week in the Orlando sun for general manager David Stearns. The team has reportedly laid the groundwork for deals which could still come before the start of the season. Milwaukee More >

Bucks F Teletovic Dealing With Pulmonary Embolism

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Six-foot-nine forward Mirza Teletovic of the Milwaukee Bucks has missed 16 games this season and that number is likely to go up.  The team announced Thursday Teletovic is suffering from pulmonary embolism in both lungs, a condition he has had in the past.  The player had experienced unusual fatigue earlier this week More >

Panthers Edge Badgers On Kohl Center Floor

(Madison, WI)  —  In a rivalry game, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers have edged the Wisconsin Badgers 67-64.  Bailey Farley had a game-high 16 points for the Panther women, scoring nine of them in a decisive fourth quarter.  Milwaukee has a record of 8-2 after eight straight wins.  Defensive effort was a big factor as More >

Davison FT Makes Wisconsin A Winner 81-80

(Madison, WI)  —  Freshman Brad Davison hit a free throw with two seconds left giving Wisconsin an 81-80 win over Western Kentucky Wednesday night. The victory ended a two-game losing streak for the Badgers.  Center Ethan Happ and guard Brevin Pritzl led Wisconsin with 17 points apiece. Davison finished with 16. The Badgers committed 15 More >

Mistake-Prone New Orleans Overpowers Bucks 115-108

(New Orleans, LA)  —  The two big men for New Orleans performed as expected in a 115-108 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night.  DeMarcus Cousins scored 26 points and had 13 rebounds, while Anthony Davis added 25 to go with 10 rebounds.  The error-filled contest included 21 Pelican turnovers, nine by Cousins, but he More >

Carolina’s Coach Never Thought His Team Would Dodge Rodgers

(Charlotte, NC)  —  Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera says he expected quarterback Aaron Rodgers to be on the field for Green Bay this Sunday, ever since he was hurt in October. Rivera checked the calendar and saw his team was the Packers’ eighth opponent after Rodgers was put on injured reserve, sidelining him for a More >

Chryst Up For Coach Of Year … Again

(Madison, WI)  —  University of Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst is a finalist for the Paul Bryan Coach of the Year award for a second straight year.  Chryst was the 2017 Big Ten Coach of the Year after leading the Badgers to a 12-1 season. He is 33-7 in three seasons of leading the program in More >

UW Middle Blocker Rettke: All-American, Freshman Of The Year

(Madison, WI)  —  University of Wisconsin middle blocker Dana Rettke is the first Badger freshman named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American first term.  The six-foot-eight athlete was also named National Freshman of the Year.  Rettke is the third Badger volleyball star named All-American and she is one of two freshmen named to this More >