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07:06 AM ET 04.29 | The Badgers on the Frozen Tundra? Talks between Wisconsin and Southeastern Conference power Alabama dragged on for several years before the two programs eventually agreed to open the 2015 college football season at Cowboys Stadium. Encouraged by that agreement and looking to bolster UW's nonconference schedules because of the four-team playoff set to begin with the 2014 season, athletic director Barry Alvarez is in the market for another neutral-site game. That quest could lead to a game at Lambeau Field. According to a college football source, UW officials would like to play LSU, another SEC power. Alvarez was out of town Friday. Justin Doherty, UW associate athletic director for external relations, declined to say whether UW is pursuing such a game.

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Barry Alvarez, Icon Sports Barry Alvarez, Icon Sports
April 29, 2013  07:21 AM ET

Greetings, Deep Less-Than-A-River.

April 29, 2013  08:35 AM ET

Damn, can't even post before a guy that jumps out of perfectly good airplanes.

April 29, 2013  09:00 AM ET

Forget climatic factors in September, Bucky. You need the Wisconsin Dairy Business Association to seduce visiting LUSt players with copious samples of cheese and slow them down to B1G speed to have any home-field advantage.

April 29, 2013  09:00 AM ET

Never happen.....no way LUS travels north to play

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April 29, 2013  09:11 AM ET
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Never happen.....no way LUS travels north to play

Don't know about Green Bay in December but..........

ya gotta admit that Punto Cinco's Tigres have historically left the state of Loozzeeanna to play some good OOC games. Can't say such for the gaduh's!

<flips quarter to )T>

April 29, 2013  09:15 AM ET
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...They can come to NOLA if the want some Headlines

LUSt makes plenty of headlines of its own. The Notorious Bayou Bungles. ;)

Mornin', LUS.

April 29, 2013  09:17 AM ET
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Don't know about Green Bay in December but..........ya gotta admit that Punto Cinco's Tigres have historically left the state of Loozzeeanna to play some good OOC games. Can't say such for the gaduh's!<flips quarter to )T>

I concede that, DC. My fuzzy memory banks recall a home-and-home LUSt and tOSU played back in the '90s during the Cooper regime.

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April 29, 2013  09:28 AM ET

I can't wait for us to play Wiscawwwwwnsin.

April 29, 2013  09:35 AM ET

A season opener at Lambeau Field should be fine as frogs' legs sauteed in butter, garlic, black pepper, a splash of dry sauterne, and a pinch of sea salt.

April 29, 2013  09:37 AM ET
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Thats what happens when you have success...But hey, not like out players are robbing folks... They are just defending themselves from IDIOTS..So as long as they arent committing ARM Robbery.. I dont mind lil bar fights.. Geaux Bungles

Just good-natured gigging, Bro. Nowhere like some of the crap I'm reading recently. Heroin busts, etc. But it does beg the question why J. Hill (age 20) was at a bar during the witching hour of 2:15 am. Last Tango in Baton Rouge?

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April 29, 2013  09:47 AM ET
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You need the Wisconsin Dairy Business Association's JV Cheer All-stars to make visiting LUSt players struggle with their disquieting arousal at the sight of 14-15 year old girls sprouting 34-Cs bouncing around in jouncy routines. As the LSU coaches growl, "Stay clear of the jailbait if you want to leave this state!" will the Bayou Bengals resist temptation? Be at full strength for the game? Have their minds right for the game? Or, will some become "guests" of the authorities?

FIFY

April 29, 2013  09:52 AM ET
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I know..I expect it... But knowing what happened..I will defend the situation..He was doing what all the other 18-21yo students were doing...as well as other players on the team...

<grins>

There's the difference between the SEC and the B1G. Stoneburner and Mewhort get busted for peeing on a building. Jefferson and Hill get popped for barfights.

Maybe an occasional alcohol-fueled fracas would toughen up those Yankee boys. ;)

April 29, 2013  09:54 AM ET

[Bambi music intro over bucolic images of Wisconsin]
[voice over] Wisconsin! The Dairy State!
[music changes to Jaws theme, as the slow-mo close ups caress the forms of "over-developed" 14-15 year old Wisconsin JV cheer leaders performing their routines]

April 29, 2013  09:54 AM ET
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FIFY

LOL. Oh, the temptation!

April 29, 2013  09:55 AM ET

Have any of you noticed how well you play into the innuendo?

 
April 29, 2013  09:56 AM ET
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He was doing what all the other 18-21yo students were doing...as well as other players on the team...

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