1. Less Significant for the NBA: Defense or Milwaukee?

    The NBA announced its first and second all-rookie teams for the 2008-2009 season, and a curious absence for those who know about this guy is that of Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, a second-round ...

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  2. Ben Who? Yovani Gallardo Winning Milwaukee's Heart

    After the September debacle last year and the quick exit from the playoffs, the Milwaukee Brewers knew that their two best pitchers from the 2008 campaign, Ben Sheets and CC Sabathia, would be leaving for somewhere else...

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  3. What Green Bay Packers Would Have Had If they Didn't Select Tony Mandarich

    We've all heard how bad the Green Bay Packers screwed up the 1989 NFL Draft by taking steroid-inflated offensive tackle Tony Mandarich with the second overall pick...

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  4. The New Green Bay Packer Defense

    The Green Bay Packers took nose tackle BJ Raji with the ninth overall pick in this past weekend's NFL Draft. The idea is to improve the run defense, which ranked 26th in the league...

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  5. Green Bay Packers Close to Fulfilling Ted Thompson's Vision

    On the first day of the NFL Draft, Green Bay's general manager Ted Thompson made a very uncharacteristic move concerning his second- and third-round draft choices. He traded them to New England to trade up into the first round...

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  6. So Far, So Good For Green Bay Packers 2009 Draft

    Looks like Ted Thompson knows what he's doing so far. I'm not looking anything up at this point, but it's the first time in a while that I remember Green Bay having two first round draft picks...

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  7. Yovani Gallardo Hurls Gem; Milwaukee Brewers Win 5-2

    Just a day after Dave Bush took a no-hitter into the eighth inning in front of family in Philadelphia, Yovani Gallardo had the ball in Houston with his friends and family in tow...

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  8. They Want To Have the Super Bowl Where?!

    I made the same face Peyton up there is making when I heard this news: The National Football League is seriously considering holding a Super Bowl in London, England. Let me say it again...

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  9. Tim Seeman's Packer Draft Contest Predictions

    The first player selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 2009 NFL draft will be: Brian Orakpo, DE, Texas. Reasons and explanation: He's fast, he's strong, and he earned all the national awards for defensive ends during his senior season...

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  10. Mark Sanchez Rumors and The NFC North

    Sal Paolantonio of ESPN is reporting that four teams are jockeying for position to draft Southern Cal quarterback Mark Sanchez. The four are Seattle, Washington, Cleveland, and the New York Jets...

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  11. The NFL Draft: Who's Ready?

    As soon as the Super Bowl is over (and for fans of certain nameless teams based in cities that look south to see Canada, MUCH earlier than that), football fans immediately turn their attention to the NFL Draft...

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  12. Brewers-Mets: Kicking It Old School—Milwaukee Wins 4-2

    Brewers Manager Ken Macha made some gutsy calls with his bullpen this afternoon on getaway day at Citi Field in New York...

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  13. Milwaukee Brewers: Good News, Bad News

    Good news: The Brewers' fourth starter, Braden Looper, is looking good so far this season. Milwaukee won both games he started, and he's got nine strikeouts in 11 innings pitched...

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  14. Milwaukee Brewers Open in San Francisco; Tim Lincecum Smiles

    So this is how it starts? In, perhaps, one of the worst cities to open a baseball season (nothing against San Francisco; I know it's a great town, but when it's cold and windy in ...

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  15. Five Reasons Why Marquette Basketball Won't Fall off the Map

    It's been mere hours since Marquette's season 2009 campaign ended in Boise, ID against the Missouri Tigers, and it means that Marquette now has to say good-bye to the greatest senior class in Marquette history...

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  16. Dominic James: You're Going In

    Dominic James, Marquette's starting point guard and one of the best players in program history, has been cleared to play in today's NCAA tournament game against the Missouri Tigers, according to ESPN...

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  17. March Madness Creates Underdog Double-Standard

    For 37 minutes of yesterday's first-round game between the Memphis Tigers and the Cal State-Northridge Matadors, Tyreke Evans and company were in danger of becoming the latest madness casualty...

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  18. Morehead State Victory Forces Local Man to Reconsider Entire Bracket

    Nate Michaels stood at the bar of his favorite drinking establishment Tuesday night, staring in disbelief at the overhead television. It showed the final seconds of the NCAA Tournament play-in game, between Morehead State and Alabama State...

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  19. Is Jay Cutler Leaving Denver? Probably Not

    Trades between NFL teams are often insignificant in the short-term. Late draft picks often change hands. Practice squad linebackers change jerseys every once in a while...

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  20. Marquette Trying to Grow As a Six Seed

    Marquette's free-fall to end the regular season is over, and the Golden Eagles are now feeling the repercussions as the NCAA Tournament selection committee seeded them sixth in the West region of the 2009 tournament...

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  21. Marquette's Senior Class Hits Another Stroke of Bad Luck

    This Saturday, Marquette is holding its last game of the season at the Bradley Center against the Syracuse Orange...

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  22. A Proposal for NBA Globalization

    It was one subject of a Bill Simmons column on ESPN.com, and it's something that comes up more and more these days when people talk about the future of the NBA. That subject, as suggested by the headline, is globalization...

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  23. Marquette-Louisville: Nothing Goes Quite Right for Eagles in Narrow Defeat

    Even before the opening tip of Marquette's game at Louisville, things weren't quite right. They were playing at 11 a.m. Milwaukee time, noon in Louisville...

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  24. An Ignominious End to Dominic James' Brilliant Marquette Career

    After four minutes of Marquette's big showdown with Connecticut last night, Marquette point guard Dominic James' college basketball career came to an abrupt end. James broke the fifth metatarsal in his left foot, which, in lay terms, is the pinky toe...

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  25. Marquette's Gauntlet to Madison Square Garden and the Big East Tournament

    A lot has happened to Marquette's men's basketball team since I last wrote about them. They lost to South Florida and Villanova and have since bounced back against St...

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