Four Things to Watch: Illinois-Wisconsin

Wisconsin must feel like a free football team. They’re finally through a gauntlet of tough games, and the path is clear for Badgers to play in the Big Ten Championship game. That being said, nothing is given. We learned on Tuesday night that huge upsets

CFB Picks Week 11 Brought To You By Dubs The Husky

Sit down for the full game and maybe have a few beers, you’re not going anywhere. 20. USC at 4. Washington (-8.5) 6:30 pm FOX – The USC revival is one of the more fun things about college football this year. They looked to be

Ernie Johnson’s Commentary on United States Couldn’t Be Better

Ernie Johnson's thoughts on the presidential election. https://t.co/mONk8ZCcBY — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) November 11, 2016 Not much to say about this one expect that it’s a very powerful thing to hear from TNT’s Ernie Johnson. Turner Sports deserves a ton of credit for giving

Bucks Buzz Vol. 8: Winless Teams Love Milwaukee

At 4-2, Milwaukee’s next two opponents were two of the league’s worst to start the year. Dallas got their first one against Bucks on Sunday night, and tonight, New Orleans got their first win of the year as Milwaukee couldn’t come back from the Pelicans’

Starks and Cook Would Be Huge Lift To Packers Offense

Reports came out yesterday that running back James Starks and tight end Jared Cook were full participants in practice. That’s great news for Packers offense which has seen its ups and downs in the past couple weeks. To get two capable starters back in the

Milwaukee Could Be The Next To Ban Chewing Tobacco At Sporting Events

In some of the biggest cities, they have banned chewing tobacco from baseball stadiums. Milwaukee might add themselves to the list. WMTJ4 reported last night that Alderman Michael Murphy wants to be an end to tobacco at Miller Park. This is once again an example

Tapping The Keg Podcast Ep. 211: Justifying Mike & Ted’s Hot Seat

What a podcast. We taped this before the election was decided so we do a little choose your own adventure to begin. Charlie recaps his time at Lambeau with some memorable moments like the guy who kept looking at butts. We move on to talk

The Biggest Upset In United States Political History.

I don’t want to write about politics. I’m not here to be a political commentator and a sports one at the same time. That’s not what I’m all about to be honest. I know some people like to dip in both waters, but usually, I