Category Archives: College Basketball

Hoopcap: Badgers Slow Down Speedy Hoosiers

Even with a rousing second half against Minnesota, Badgers fans didn’t know what to expect they would get on Friday night when Wisconsin took on Indiana. While Hoosiers had their struggles this season, they still have an explosive offense. That offense never got going as

Hoopcap: Hall’s Big Second Half Buries Marquette

Marquette Golden Eagles found themselves in the best spot they’ve been in the Big East Tournament since 2013. They were a high seed and did get an extra day off. What stood in their way was Seton Hall. A team who Marquette beat once, and

PODCAST: NFL Free Agency Frenzy With Murph

Nolan Murphy pays Tapping The Keg boys a visit to talk NFL free agency. We look at what’s happened already with Packers players like Micah Hyde, JC Tretter and Nick Perry. We also talk about what’s next for the remaining free agents along with a

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SnoTap Madness’ Tapping The Keg Party

Ladies and Gentleman, boys and girls, we’re announcing the first ever SnoTap hosted party for the winner of our SnoTap Madness bracket challenge. Here’s what’s happening…. We are going to offer the winner of our bracket pool a free party at Who’s On Third at

Northern Kentucky Ends Milwaukee’s Cinderella Run

Milwaukee Panthers had a date with destiny on Tuesday night. If they advance, it would be the first time a team went to tournament with 20 plus losses. The hot takes would have been excellent. Alas, Panthers fell short with Northern Kentucky beating UWM by

Marquette’s Women Hoops Takes Big East Crown

In March, the hope is you get a chance to talk about some of the local teams doing big things in college basketball. Truth be told, the last few have been tough on me not having my Golden Eagles men’s team in the tournament. The

Eight Win Milwaukee Makes Horizon League Final

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has eight wins all season before the Horizon League tournament. Panthers had not won in a month before getting a win versus the host, Detroit Mercy, on Friday. They beat two-seed Valparaiso who were missing Alec Peters in a defensive struggle then

Hoopcap: Badgers Bounce Back In A Major Way

Wisconsin Badgers found themselves with their backs against the wall on Senior Day. They’ve lost three straight and needed one win to get themselves right again. Problem was they faced a red-hot Minnesota team who would have loved nothing more than to bury their rival

Hoopcap: Marquette Finishes With A Bang

Marquette had its first real Senior Day in quite some time. Jajuan Johnson, Luke Fischer and Duane Wilson had some seen some shit through their years with Golden Eagles. But all three players held strong, and they could be dancing in March in their final

Hoopcap: Iowa Stuns Wisconsin After Late-Game Meltdown

With two minutes left, it appears Wisconsin basketball could get out of the doldrums of losing two straight and losing four of their last five games. They held a five point lead heading into the final part of the game. That’s when everything went to