Nolan Murphy kickoffs off Week 3. You hear his Draft Kings lineup, Waiver Wire Weekends and quick notes surrounding some of the biggest games. At the end we get the debut of Mount Murph Pius, his risky gambling pick of the week. Charlie.
Weekend Watchlist is here for another edition. This is a fun weekend for all parties. Love the type of things we have rolling on this third weekend in September. Should be a good one. Hope you all get to enjoy the action. 1. Wisconsin vs.
When this game showed up for the Wisconsin Badgers, we all thought that this would be the first test for the unbeaten year. If Wisconsin wanted to be in the College Football Playoff, they would have to beat Iowa on the road. Well, it turns
Green Bay Packers have their first road game of the season. Packers are traveling to Washington DC for the third time in the last few years. Packers played the Redskins in the playoffs where they were victorious then they dropped a Sunday Night game the
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield may be an honorary Milwaukeean when it’s all said and done. Mayfield came to the Jets-Browns game wearing a Christian Yelich jersey. He had a bag with him, so, I could not tell if it was a customized ‘Yeli’ jersey
Milwaukee Brewers have a way of shutting out the Cincinnati Reds. Brewers won 7-0 on Wednesday night. It’s their fifth shutout against the Reds this season. For Cincinnati, it’s the first time since 1960 that one individual team shut them out five times in a
Daily Tap is ready to roll on a Thursday. We open up the podcast talking about Green Bay’s defense and how we feel about them thus far. It continues by discussing what the defense needs to do to shut down Washington on Sunday. It starts
Space Jam 2 is happening, folks. The announcement came yesterday from LeBron James who posted on social media a locker with his name, Bugs Bunny and Ryan Coogler who did Black Panther and Creed in the last couple of years. It’s very exciting news for
Milwaukee Brewers offense is unpredictable. They’re like your friend at the bar whom you never know which version you’re getting on a Saturday night. They could be a happy drunk where they’re living their best life and one of the best people to be around.
Green Bay Packers defense will be getting a boost on Sunday. Reports are Josh Jones will be back in action for his first game of the 2018 season. Jones battled an ankle injury that kept him out of the first two games of the season.