There is an outstanding article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today written by award-winning writer, Bob McGinn. It showcases all the reasons why the Green Bay Packers should trade Greg Jennings. Financial matters are discussed, but the article goes well beyond to create a compelling argument.
The clock is ticking toward the opening of the 2012-2013 NFL season! Training camp is a thing of the past, the roster has been shaped, and it's time for the Green Bay Packers to embark on another run at the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
I'm not sure who the creative marketing folks who work on the Old Spice brand are, but over the last few years they have successfully reached a much younger demographic with some of the strangest commercials I have ever seen...and I use the term "strange" in the most complimentary of ways.
As promised. Below is the Packers actual 53-man roster as compared to my picks. I think I'm going to start a show segment called, "Soon to be abysmal predictions." This was a challenging exercise, and I missed at almost every position.
The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball schedule has been released. The season starts on, Wednesday, November 7th with an exhibition game against UW-Oshkosh. The first regular season game is set for Sunday, November 11th against Southeastern Louisiana.
The college football season begins Thursday with 17 games on the schedule. Only one involves a ranked team however. South Carolina, ranked 9th in the AP top-25, will take on Vanderbilt. Aaron Rodgers' brother Jordan will be under center as the starting quarterback for the Commodores.
The Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs will take the field at Lambeau for the 4th and final pre-season game of the year Thursday night. It's the final chance for the bubble players to prove they belong on the 53-man roster, or 8-man practice squad. All teams in the league must cut down to 53 by 8:00pm CST on Friday.
The media contingent had formed a nicely shaped, two-deep perimeter around Aaron Rodgers' locker. The lights of the TV cameras were on full blast, and several hands holding microphones and sound recorders were all aimed at last years MVP. And then, a little over one minute into his Q & A, the unthinkable happened: Aaron Rodgers was blasted in the face with a shaving cream pie by fullback John Kuhn.