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Attention Green Bay Packers fans: Don't panic yet

Feel free to overreact, if you must, in the wake of Green Bay's season-opening loss at San Francisco Sunday. It's good, dark fun, and it's what we fans do, especially when problems from previous years seem to be back with a vengeance. >More
 Wisconsin football's 2013 season opener proved nothing

Unless you're paid to evaluate such things, you know little more about the UW football team than you did eight months ago. The season opener has come and gone, James White and Melvin Gordon are still fast, and the Badgers still don't have a quarterback who inspires much confidence. >More
 Gary Andersen's new recruiting strategies

As Wisconsin segues into an offense shaped by do-it-all quarterbacks and a 3-4 defense that requires bigger defensive linemen, the way the Badgers search for recruits will also change. >More
 The new game plan: Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen shakes up Badger football

Among the flocks of athletes, coaches, student managers, assistants, trainers and onlookers hustling to and fro at Camp Randall Stadium, it's not as easy as it once was to pick out the head coach of the University of Wisconsin's football team. When new coach Gary Andersen formed his coaching staff, he brought in a cohort of colleagues from out West but also retained two important members from Bret Bielema's time. >More
 Fifth quarter with the UW Marching Band

It's Sunday morning, and the UW marching band is preparing for another football season at its practice field beside Lake Mendota. After a cool summer, temperatures have begun rising into the 90s lately. >More
 Dog days at Miller Park

The Brewers, holy crap. The postmortems have already begun for a season that has five weeks to go, and a franchise that did so many things right during the past decade seems fresh out of good options. >More
 A Green Bay Packer named Banjo

The Packers have a player named...Banjo? I blinked to refocus. That's right, Banjo. As in, fee fie fiddley-i-o, strummin' on the ol'. >More
 Milwaukee Brewers are making up for Ryan Braun

Wisconsin sports fans are a loyal bunch. Milwaukee Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio is aware of that, and is giving back in an effort to cushion the double whammy of an abysmal season and Ryan Braun's 65-game suspension for using performance-enhancing drugs. >More
 Bret Bielema's next act

Okay, it's finally August. The Brewers have been unwatchable all year, and I can't read another sermon about performance-enhancing drugs. Can we talk about football now? >More
 Our best just say 'nae'

Watching a smiling Phil Mickelson stride toward the 18th green on Sunday, the British Open amazingly all but his after he stormed into the lead from five shots down, it was easy to preoccupy oneself with the incredible: How did he do it? What about those two 3-woods he smacked on his way to a birdie on the par-5 17th? And where was Steve Stricker, anyway? >More
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