giddyupzil

A born-and-raised Wisconsin sports fan, I proudly support the big four--Packers, Brewers, Bucks, Badgers--whenever possible. It's all about whatever season is in season for me.

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  • 10:29 PM ET  11.24
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In regard to the comments on the last post: Think what you will, but I strongly believe that the Packers match up well against the Cowboys. I think our cornerbacks are physical enough, although Charles Woodson will have to play hurt on Thursday if we have any chance of winning. I haven't heard this said anywhere else, because maybe it's common knowledge, but if you give the Packers a Sunday night matchup against the Cowboys, I'd assure you Woodson would play because of the extra time. The stat to watch is Brett Favre's record in Dallas, which is 0-8 including two playoff losses.


  • 02:58 PM ET  11.23
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Ask me, an avid Wisconsin sports fan, what my expectations were for the Packers heading into the 2007-2008 season around May or June of '07, right when school was getting out. I'd tell you how A.J. Hawk looks like the next Brian Urlacher except that Hawk plays outside linebacker, or that since we finished the season out with four wins that we'll have a moderate amount of momentum heading into the next season, with or without Favre.

I would never, even if I was in that mood when you see the players on your team as superior to every other team's, say that we'd be 10-1 heading into a matchup…
  • 10:33 PM ET  05.04
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If you're new to the National League, haven't paid attention to the Central in particular, you wouldn't know what the fans in Milwaukee and Pittsburgh know.  Whenever the Brewers and Pirates wage war, be in PNC Park or Miller Park, it will be a fight-to-the-death contest that leaves everyone on the edge of their seat.Don't believe me?  Last night, the opening game of a four-game series with the Pirates at home, Milwaukee was coming off of a three-game sweep of the defending World Series champions St. Louis, and while they were greiving the loss of Josh Hancock, they…

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