Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks met in a Monday night showdown pitting the two current Wild Card teams in the NFC. If Minnesota won, they had a real chance at getting the five seed, and if Seattle won, they all but locked up playing as
Daily Tap returns for another edition of the podcast. Charlie Tritschler brings you a good one today talking Packers, Bucks and Brewers. With the Packers, Charlie breaks down the condrumnum facing Packers fans whether to cheer on the team or hope for the tank. Why
Milwaukee Bucks did not have Giannis Antetokounmpo tonight. The NBA superstar sat out tonight with a stiff neck. Bucks didn’t need him. Milwaukee dominated Cleveland in a rousing 108-92 victory as the Bucks win their second straight game for the first time since late November.
Daily Tap is back and back with a quicker than usual Monday podcast for y’all. Charlie goes five minutes on the Packers, Bucks and Marquette-Wisconsin covering as many topics as he can in a short period time. For those who enjoy things that finish faster
In late October, the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Toronto Raptors, but people took it for a grain of salt. Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green and Fred Van Vleet all missed the game with injuries or rest. Milwaukee didn’t have Giannis Antetokounmpo, but that didn’t matter as
Winning ugly is not something that was in Marquette’s reptiore for the last couple of years. They didn’t know how to do it. Partly, their team wasn’t built for ugly. Bad defensive teams have a tough time winning ugly because for a game to be
Green Bay Packers responded to their coach being fired like most of it expected them. They played really well and won the game without any question about it. Packers won 34-20 over the Atlanta Falcons yet the game was much of a blowout than the
To sing the National Anthem at a pro sports event would be tough without question. There are some sports where it might be a bit easier. Take an NBA game on Monday or Tuesday when there aren’t many people there, the pressure isn’t that significant.
Golden State Warriors do not get many opportunities for revenge, but the Milwaukee Bucks presented them one on Friday night. Warriors lost badly at home to the Bucks a month ago which included Steph Curry getting hurt which put him out for a month. The
Milwaukee Bucks made a deal two months prior to the deadline. Milwaukee acquired George Hill from Cleveland and Jason Smith from Washington for Matthew Dellavedova and John Henson plus a first and second rounder in 2021. That might seem like a lot for two bench