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.
How many guns does a hunter need? For the past 50 years, outdoors columnist Ted Peck's honest answer has always been “one more.”
With the penultimate race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season on Sunday, who else will battle Jeff Gordon for the championship?
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry sit down to discuss another Packers loss, the start of Badgers basketball season and other area sports items in this week's episode
What do you think Julius Peppers, HaHa Clinton-Dix, B.J. Raji and the rest of the defense were arguing about during that sideline spat? Here are some possibilities.
After a bumpy first week that saw sloppy point guard play and an inability to keep opponents off the board, the Milwaukee Bucks looked like the team everybody expected them to be before the season started, winning four straight games since Nov. 2 to run their record to 4-3.
Now that nearly every team has eight games under its belt, it's a good time to take a look at the postseason landscape:
Nightly sits in the deer woods this past week were almost uncomfortably warm. But it's difficult not to catch yourself smiling, Outdoors columnist Ted Peck writes.