As we're just over three weeks away from the start of NASCAR's 2016, some changes have been announced.
It's an Olympic year, a leap year and a presidential election year, but around Milwaukee, 2016 might go down as the Year of Khris Middleton.
At least this rough season is over and won't be able to torture Wisconsin's soul anymore.
In the immediate aftermath of Green Bay's soul-crushing loss to Arizona in the desert Saturday night, coach Mike McCarthy said the game was a microcosm of the Packers' season. He was right about that.
Any hunter who tells you chasing hogs in the jungle at night with a thermal-scoped AR rifle isn't an escapade they would like to experience is a boar-faced liar.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry break down the Packers' win in Washington and whether it's a sign of things to come, as well as high school hoops at the midway point of the season.
Sorry Aaron, sorry coach Mike, sorry Eddie, sorry James Jones, sorry Green Bay offensive line, sorry ghost of Vince Lombardi. I never should have advocated for the death the season.
With (nearly) 41 games complete of this 82-game season, now is a good time to take inventory of what we've seen so far out of this team and to size up the second half of the season.
First ice is usually “hot” ice. Not so this year.
Maybe the one thing Green Bay needs right now is not the old Aaron Rodgers or a healthy offensive line. Perhaps what they really need is just to be granted sweet, swift death.