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03.08.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Samuel Berman
Since it would seem that we’re about to get to know each other, I figured it would be appropriate to begin my tenure here on Express Milwaukee with a bit of an introduction.  I have found that most sports fans have a core set of beliefs that color and shade the way they watch each passing game and analyze every new story.  I am no different.  Seeing as this blog is going to feature my thoug...
02.07.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
2008 Signing Day Student Athletes Jake Current OL 6-4 280 Troy, Ohio (Troy) High School:Ranked as 39th-best overall player and fourth-ranked offensive lineman in Ohio by Ohio High Magazine … ranked 25th nationally by Scout.com as offensive guard and No. 29 player in Ohio … No. 59 offensive lineman nationally and No. 43 player overall in Ohio by Rivals.com … ranked in the top-100 in Midwe...
02.04.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
Super Bowl XLII ended with a jaw-dropping, M. Night Shyamalan-styled twist an entire football season in the making, but those with little tolerance for surprises could at least take solace in the halftime show: Tom Petty offered none of them. It�s not that Petty didn�t sound great, but the withered songwriter�s meandering pace and sleepy-eyed songs didn't even attempt to give sports fans the adren...
Sunday, Feb. 3, 2008

Today @ Judge's and Hooligan's

Sadly, the Packers have the day off, but that won’t prevent most football fans from watching the big game today. Those that don’t have Super Bowl party plans will be heading off to their favorite bar to watch the Patriots take on the Giants. Among the sports bars with enticing specials are Judge’s, which is offering $2 . . .
10.25.2007 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
Very, very interesting October 25, 2007 | 08:06 PM A week before the Colts and Patriots face each other in that highly anticipated showdown, Manning and Brady have a chance to set up the perfect matchup with an almost perfect scenario this weekend: If each wins, and keeps his respective team unbeaten, the NFL says they will become the first quarterbacks in league history to defeat 31 teams. "I t...
11.05.2007 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
New BCS November 05, 2007 | 07:02 AM 1. Ohio State 2. LSU 3. Oregon 4. Kansas 5. Oklahoma 6. Missouri 7. West Virginia 8. Boston College 9. Arizona State 10. Georgia 11. Virginia Tech 12. Michigan 13. UConn 14. Texas 15. Florida 16. Hawaii 17. USC 18. Auburn 19. Virginia 20. Boise State 21. Clemson 22. Alabama 23. Penn State 24. Tennessee 25. Kentucky. Nicole...

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