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Wisconsin football: Takeaways after tough loss to Ohio State

I know what you are thinking. The last thing I want to do right now is to try and look on the brighter side of things. 912 more words

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Wisconsin football: Hornibrook and defense roll in 31-0 win over Minnesota

After spending the last 4,700-plus days in the comfy confides of Camp Randall, Paul Bunyan’s Axe will be spending at least another 365 days getting cozy with the Wisconsin Badgers football team. 585 more words

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Wisconsin football: Game preview ahead of road matchup versus Indiana

After the first College Football Playoff rankings were revealed this week, which ranked Wisconsin at No. 9, it’s clear Wisconsin needs a statement win in order to move into contention. 825 more words

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#60 MACHO MAN RANDY SAVAGE, JAKE THE SNAKE ROBERTS, RICKY STEAMBOAT, BRUTUS BEEFCAKE and JIM DUGGAN vs HONKY TONK MAN, THE KING HARLEY RACE, HERCULES, OUTLAW RON BASS and DANGEROUS DANNY DAVIS

Yeah, so… talentwise, the odds are kind of stacked against the heels here. Well, aside from Hacksaw Jim Duggan of course. Christ I hope he gets eliminated in the first three seconds. 1,053 more words

#54 THE HART FOUNDATION and DANNY DAVIS vs THE BRITISH BULLDOGS and TITO SANTANA

Man alive Jim Neidhart’s goatee is out of control. Look at that thing!

G.O.A.T. facial hair

The Hart Foundation are tag team champions, but they’re having a six man tag match for some reason. 704 more words

Latest Would-Be Trump Appointee Steps Aside

CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois Congressman Danny Davis says the latest would-be Trump appointee to step aside shows that the administration has problems checking the backgrounds on its choices. 356 more words

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Wisconsin football: Offensive confidence buoyed by athletic receivers

A quarterback of any offensive unit is most times, for better or for worse, the driving force behind that offense.

One of the most important parts of being a quarterback, however, is trusting what you are seeing in front of you. 637 more words

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