1. Green Bay Packers in Playoff Position, but Issues Remain

    The good news is that the Packers are well positioned right now to win their division and be in the playoffs. The bad news is that that doesn't mean that problems and issues don't exist for this team...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 1 year ago 1,756 reads 6 comments

  2. BCS National Championship Game: The Case for Every Title Contender

    Once again we have a chaotic college football season nearing the close. Fans seem to think each year is a unique case of problems and scenarios. The truth is every year is pretty much the same as last year, just that the dance partners change around...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 1 year ago 700 reads 0 comments

  3. NFL Stadium Versus Home: Where Do You Want to Watch the Game?

    In a recent article on cbssports .com, Mike Freeman writes that the NFL is scrambling to add technology in their stadiums...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 2 years ago 1,689 reads 7 comments

  4. College Football Playoff: What the Last 3 Playoffs Would Have Looked Like

    Now that it appears that the four-team national championship playoff is going to happen , I wanted to look and see how this would have set up over the last few seasons in the college football landscape...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 2 years ago 8,838 reads 81 comments

  5. Do the Green Bay Packers Need a Running Game to Succeed in 2012?

    Every article that previews the fortunes of the Green Bay Packers in 2012 says that the Achilles Heel of the offense is their lack of a running game...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 2 years ago 1,938 reads 33 comments

  6. Green Bay Packers: What's Next for 2012?

    In 2010 the Packers overcame a huge number of injuries to make an amazing end of the season run concluding with a Super Bowl win. It appeared the sky was the limit for 2011...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 2 years ago 2,427 reads 16 comments

  7. Green Bay Packers: 3rd Quarter Adjustments Key to Winning Start

    The Packers are off to a glorious start to the 2011 season. A lot of elements help account for this most notably, of course, the play of Rodgers and the offense...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 2 years ago 326 reads 0 comments

  8. Wisconsin Badgers 6th in First BCS Standings: Can They Make a Run for the Title?

    The first BCS Standing is out and it has the Wisconsin Badgers ranked sixth. While this sounds good it does not seem as high as this team merits. The Badgers have won all six of their games with a margin of 30 points or more...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 2 years ago 356 reads 4 comments

  9. Texas Longhorns Revenge Tour Continues: Are Oklahoma Sooners Next?

    Last year was a season to forget in Austin. Fans were witness to home losses that a Longhorn team had not suffered in many, many years. But this year things may have turned around, and once again Texas is taking care of business...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about almost 3 years ago 659 reads 4 comments

  10. Conference Realignment: Superconferences Are Inevitable

    After the announcement by the Pac 12 that it will remain the Pac 12 and not become the Pac 16, everyone seemed to let their held breath go and assumed realignment was over for now...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about almost 3 years ago 176 reads 0 comments

  11. Green Bay Packers Fans Exhale as Last-Second Win Is Completed

    Phew, everyone take a big breath there in Packerland. Like they often did last year, the Packers found a way to make a game they were in control of into a nail-biting win...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about almost 3 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  12. Green Bay Packers Roster Mostly Set for Return to Super Bowl

    As you would expect for a team that just won the Super Bowl eight months ago, the Green Bay Packers don’t have many open roster spots or training camp battles going on this preseason...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about almost 3 years ago 1,354 reads 10 comments

  13. 2011 US Open Golf Championship: The Opportunity to View Epic Human Failure

    This weekend is the US Open Golf Championship. I am not a big golf fan. I have no real interest in who wins and who is the No. 1 player in the world...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 3 years ago 485 reads 0 comments

  14. NFL Labor Dispute: A Look at the Issues, and Is the NFL in Financial Jeopardy?

    The on again off again NFL lockout has many fans wondering just what the deal is between the owners and players. At first glance it appears to simply be an argument between billionaires and millionaires over who gets to be even richer...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 3 years ago 1,318 reads 24 comments

  15. Packers Win One for Woody: Injured Defense Holds on for Super Bowl Win

    The Packers started the Super Bowl very well. Rodgers led a drive and then the defense did what it had been doing all year and intercepted a pass by putting pressure on the quarterback...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 221 reads 0 comments

  16. Green Bay Packers' Unsung Heroes: Players Who Helped Bring Pack Over the Top

    It is easy to point to Aaron Rodgers and Charles Woodson or Greg Jennings and Clay Matthews and see what they have contributed to the Packers' success...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 1,786 reads 8 comments

  17. Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears: Fans Get Ready To Rumble for All the Marbles

    Last week, I had some very good, civil discussions with Falcon fans about the upcoming game with the Packers. We talked about football and strategy and wished each other luck...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 1,104 reads 5 comments

  18. Packers Peaking at the Right Time, Pound Falcons To Get into NFC Title Game

    The Packers, left for dead several weeks ago after a terrible loss to the Lions, are now streaking their way into the NFC Championship game thanks to a 48-21 stomping of the Atlanta Falcons in the Divisional Playoff...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 291 reads 0 comments

  19. Green Bay Packers Make the Playoffs: Some Questions

    Woohoo! Go Pack Go! Ok, now that I got that out, here are some assorted questions about the Packers game and their entry into the playoffs: 1) Is everyone as scared when the ...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 106 reads 15 comments

  20. Before They Were Wussies: The Best Snow Games In Football History

    I was starting to feel like an old fogey yelling about how they were tougher in my day. But then Governor Rendell said exactly what I was thinking also. You tell 'em, Rendell. The NFL is turning into a bunch of wussies...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 2,469 reads 11 comments

  21. 2010 Wisconsin Football: The Best Badger Squad Ever?

    The University of Wisconsin Badgers had not been to the Rose Bowl since 1999. There were rumblings that perhaps Coach Bielema was not the tactician and leader the level of his mentor, the current Athletic Director, Barry Alvarez...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 600 reads 2 comments

  22. BCS Woes: Why The College Presidents Do Not Want a National Champion

    You only have to poke around a place like this for a few minutes to see all the questions and debate. “How can Virginia Tech go to a BCS game when Boise doesn’t?” ...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 359 reads 0 comments

  23. Winning the Close Games: Does Aaron Rodgers Have "It?"

    I don’t know what reporter or sports service first came up with the statistic, but we have been seeing it reported all week now how Aaron Rodgers was 1 -11 in so called “close games...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about over 3 years ago 453 reads 5 comments

  24. Green Bay Packers Are Full of Holes

    While the disgusting loss on Monday night may have been bad for my blood pressure, maybe it will have one good outcome. All of this Super Bowl talk for the Pack can go away for a while...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about almost 4 years ago 557 reads 8 comments

  25. Spontaneous Human Combustion: Exposing the Myth

    When I married my wife in 1997, I was already an incurable Packer fan. My wife understood that and she put up with it well. When I visited her outside of Packer viewing area she went with me to the sports bar to catch the games...

    Paul Rosik Written by Paul Rosik about 5 years ago 253 reads 1 comments