This week on the show: Eric and John wrap up college hoops and preview high school sports and the Brewers.
At season's end, you might or might not have another set of deer horns or big fish on the wall. You might only have a waxy green license as a memoir of 2015. Putting that expired license in a safe place might be a good idea.
Gazette sports designer/columnist Tom Miller breaks down who's looking foolish in the world of sports on April Fool's Day
Dave previews the upcoming weekend of racing with NASCAR in Martinsville, IndyCar in Phoenix and F1 in Bahrain.
Contrary to DNR surveys, the yellow perch—not the walleye—is the favorite quarry of Wisconsin fishers.
With Wisconsin's gut-wrenching Sweet 16 loss, the sports calendar slowed down just enough this weekend for some spring cleaning. Gazette sports staffer Tim Seeman tries to organize his spring sports thoughts.
With no racing this weekend, Dave looks at the good and bad so far in the racing season of 2016.
This week on the show: Eric and John discuss how far Wisconsin can advance after making the Sweet 16 for the fifth time in six years.
Larger female walleyes are staging within a mile of barriers like dams and bridges as you read these words. They will be getting down to the business of procreation this evening as we move into the full-moon period.
Dave previews the 2016 Formula One season, kicking off Sunday in Australia. Can Lewis Hamilton make it three championships in a row?