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Selig's first day in the new role of commissioner emeritus really wasn't much different than the 8,173 days he ran baseball.
Division 5 Black Hawk gave Division 3 Brodhead a run for its money in a nonconference boys basketball game Monday.
Aaron Rodgers probably played as poorly in Seattle as he has in any of his 11 playoff games. You can come up with any number of excuses why that was the case, but the fact remains it was one of his three or four worst performances of the season and his team couldn't overcome it.
When the Milwaukee Brewers traded established starter Yovani Gallardo to Texas and committed to unproven Jimmy Nelson in their starting rotation for 2015, it was an admitted gamble. Nelson's goal is to prove it was smart money.
Tim Duncan had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Kawhi Leonard added 19 points and 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs rallied in the second half for a 101-95 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night.
On a trip to the Florida panhandle, the Gulf of Mexico almost claimed an expensive piece of fishing equipment.
Green Bay was 32nd in an annual special teams report released by sportswriter Rick Gosselin
Hampered by injury earlier in the year and by a costly turnover late against Craig, Parker's Carlos Campos delivered with a 3-pointer with three seconds left that lifted the Vikings over their crosstown rival, 49-47.
In a day and age where more and more high school athletes are committing all their time to one sport, Brodhead/Juda big man Logan Maurer is going to graduate this spring with an impressive three-sport resume.
Rarely are two Brandons dealt for each other, two top-10 draft choices that play the same position. It happened in the summer of 2013 when the Milwaukee Bucks traded point guard Brandon Jennings to the Detroit Pistons for point guard Brandon Knight and shooting guard/small forward Khris Middleton. It's a rare deal where both Jennings and Knight have thrived in their new environments.
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Does Steve Stricker add tournaments to make sure he’s eligible for the biggest events?