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UW fans can support hoops team Wednesday at the Kohl Center

Madison Wisconsin fans eager to send Bo Ryans team to the Final Four in style can attend a brief program at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Kohl Center.

Tom Haudricourt Brewers chat

Beat writer Tom Haudricourt answers your questions about the Brewers in a chat Thursday afternoon.

Hours after keeping Guion, Packers strike deal with Raji

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com B.J. Raji missed last season with a torn biceps tendon suffered in preseason. GREEN BAY – Mere hours after reaching an agreement with the man who replaced him as their starting nose tackle – Letroy Guion – the Green Bay Packers and 2009 first-round pick B.J. Raji decided on Monday to give it another go, too.Raji agreed to a one-year deal worth $3.5 million that could be worth as much as $4 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Raji missed all of the 2014 season with a ruptured biceps tendon suffered in the third preseason game against...

'Selig Experience' to open at Miller Park on May 29

Phoenix - The Brewers announced Monday that the Selig Experience, a state-of-the-art attraction at Miller Park to honor retired Commissioner Emeritus and former Brewers owner Bud Selig, will open to the public on Friday, May 29 when the Brewers face the Diamondbacks.The Selig Experience is located on Miller Parks loge level in the left field corner. A highlight of the attraction is a multimedia presentation that tells the story of Seligs role in successfully bringing the Brewers to Milwaukee, preserving major league baseball in the city with his commitment to build Miller Park, and his...

Jimmy Nelson struggles in minor-league game

Phoenix - The Brewers had the day off Monday so No. 5 starter Jimmy Nelson was sent to a Class AAA game to pitch and stay on schedule.
Badgers men's basketball: 'Mount Rushmore' of college coaches meet the media

Badgers men's basketball: 'Mount Rushmore' of college coaches meet the media

Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, Michigan State's Tom Izzo, Kentucky's John Calipari and the University of Wisconsin's Bo Ryan talk about the 2015 NCAA Division I Final Four on a teleconference Monday.

Badgers Kaminsky unanimous first-team AP All-American

Madison - Wisconsin senior Frank Kaminsky on Monday was a unanimous choice on the 2014-15 Associated Press All-American team.Kaminsky, who is averaging 18.2 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.5 blocks and shooting 53.3%, has helped UW reach the Final Four for the second consecutive season.UWs only other AP first-team pick was Alando Tucker (2007).
Badgers men's basketball: Frank Kaminsky unanimous choice on AP All-America team

Badgers men's basketball: Frank Kaminsky unanimous choice on AP All-America team

Frank Kaminsky’s stellar final season with the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team earned him a spot in some elite company.

Henry Ellenson out of McDonald's All-American Game, Nike Hoops Summit

Marquette signee Henry Ellenson is in Chicago this week for the McDonald's All-American Game festivities, but will not play in the game due to a broken left hand.

Keeping bullpen flexibility important to Brewers

Phoenix - As general manager Doug Melvin explained Sunday evening, the reason behind the decision to release bullpen candidate Chris Perez was tied to maintaining roster flexibility.
Pro golf: Steve Stricker's road to recovery will begin with next week's Masters ... after watching the Badgers in this week's Final Four

Pro golf: Steve Stricker's road to recovery will begin with next week's Masters ... after watching the Badgers in this week's Final Four

Stricker plans to visit Augusta National this week for practice rounds in and around UW's Final Four game with Kentucky at Indianapolis.

Packers reach one-year deal with Letroy Guion

Green Bay - The Green Bay Packers are giving NT Letroy Guion a second chance, but they aren't committing to a long-term deal and are waiting to see what punishment the NFL dishes out to Guion for his recent brush with the law.

Report: Packers, Guion reach one-year deal

 Photo/ Letroy Guion will return to the Packers on a one-year deal, ESPN.com reported Monday morning. GREEN BAY – Mike McCarthy wasn’t kidding when he kept saying that he wanted Letroy Guion back – even in the wake of the veteran defensive tackle’s Feb. 3 arrest.The Green Bay Packers coach repeatedly said he wanted Guion to return – even before his case was resolved last week – and on Monday, the Packers reached an agreement on a one-year with Guion, according to ESPN.com’s Rob Demovsky. Guion, who has been back in Green Bay according to McCarthy, is expected to sign...
Badgers men's basketball: Family revels in Sam Dekker's success

Badgers men's basketball: Family revels in Sam Dekker's success

LOS ANGELES — A juicy steak would have been a fitting way to toast this performance, perhaps paired with a nice bottle of red wine from a California vineyard.

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