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The three big road losses last week continued the disturbing trend of Milwaukee losing in blowout fashion.
Aren't we all glad it happened against the Minnesota Vikings? Showing signs of life against Detroit just would have been boring. The Vikings were brimming with hope Sunday.
After missing the first eleven races of the season due to injury, Kyle Busch took the race win Sunday and the first Sprint Cup championship of his career.
Despite the rampant mediocrity among the individual teams, the races for the divisional titles in the AFC South and NFC East might be the most entertaining to watch in the final part of the NFL season.
The weather worked out nicely with snowfall accompanying opening weekend of Wisconsin's gun deer hunt.
Champions will be crowned in the top three NASCAR series this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Who will take the Sprint Cup title? Take a guess.
The high school girls basketball season started this week, giving us a nice change of gears after ugly losses for the Packers and the Wisconsin men's basketball team.
Saturday night's surprise result against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, a 108-105 Bucks win in double overtime, showed they can compete against and beat the most talented teams in Association.
The Green Bay Packers and its fans are in a hardcore nosedive. If that has anyone weeping, at least the wind in their face will dry those tears.
Peyton Manning surpassed Brett Favre's career passing yardage total with a 4-yard completion to Ronnie Hillman on his team's second drive—but things only got worse from there. Much worse.
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