Advertise on

126. Packers corner House heading for Home Improvement Show
Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House will make an appearance on behalf of the Milwaukee/National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) at the organization's annual Home Improvement Show on Saturday, Feb. 14 at the State Fair Park Expo Center.
127. Swing away the cold at FORE!
There is nothing better to beat the winter blues than to swing a golf club, and you can do just that at FORE! Milwaukee's location at 530 N. Water St. It's always 72 degrees, you can play three dozen different courses or just practice. And, like any other round, grab a cold one after while you watch the game. When it snows and the wind whips, there's fewer places better to be.
128. Why Koller is selling Milwaukee's iconic MECCA floor
Today, Ben Koller reached out via email to say that he is "actively seeking new ownership for the MECCA Floor." Here's his statement.
129. Packers and Cowboys pretty even, but Rodgers tips the scale
Looking at both teams, the Packers and the Cowboys seem like they are pretty evenly matched for Sunday's big game. But there is a truth in the NFL that when teams are even, go with the best quarterback and in this case Aaron Rodgers is the clear winner.
130. Admirals to give away Green Bay playoff tickets
The Milwaukee Admirals will be giving away two playoff tickets to the upcoming Packers game in Green Bay when the Admirals host the Hamilton Bulldogs on Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
131. MKE Entertainment and UWM partner to build new multi-use stadium
MKE Sports & Entertainment and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have announced a partnership to build a multi-purpose, 4,000-seat outdoor baseball stadium in Oak Creek by 2016. The facility would not only host the UWM baseball team, but will also house a new, independent league baseball team, along with outdoor entertainment and community events.
132. Wisconsin names Paul Chryst new coach
Madison native and University of Wisconsin alumnus Paul Chryst is coming home. The university announced the hiring of the former Badgers assistant and Pittsburgh University head coach on Wednesday as the program's 30th head coach.
133. Kohl fulfills pledge with $100 million gift
Former Milwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl fulfilled his $100 million pledge toward the construction of a new Downtown multi-purpose arena with a gift to the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. The foundation's board of directors approved receipt of the gift with the directive that the funding be dedicated to a future arena entity.
134. Preservation Alliance taking a survey on Bucks arena
The Milwaukee Preservation Alliance is currently conducting a survey regarding the construction of a new, multi-purpose arena that would house the Milwaukee Bucks. According to the MPA, the survey will help the group "develop a strategy that is aligned with our mission and the interests of our membership." The survey closes at midnight on Thursday, Dec. 18.
135. Torn ACL ends Parker's season
The rookie season of No. 2 overall draft pick Jabari Parker came to an end, officially, late Tuesday night with the diagnosis of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Parker injured the knee Monday night in Phoenix.
136. Lammi Sports acquires Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame assets
Lammi Sports Management announced it has acquired all of the assets for the 63-year-old Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, located alongside the UWM Panther Arena on 4th Street.
137. Brewers announce Selig Experience at Miller Park
The Milwaukee Brewers announced the construction of a new fan experience at Miller Park on Monday afternoon -- a state-of-the-art attraction to honor retiring baseball commissioner and former owner Allan H. "Bud" Selig.
138. Wisconsin football coach Andersen bolts for Oregon State
In a surprise announcement, University of Wisconsin head football coach Gary Andersen bolted Madison for Oregon State University.
139. Charity auction includes Braun, Lucroy, Cobb, Jordy and Jabari
The SURG Restuarant Group and owners Michael Polaski and Omar Shaikh have brought together some unique "once in a lifetime" opportunities all to help a friend and military leader with more than 20 years of service.
140. Thunderstruck: Rodgers doesn't throw picks. So what?
In our stats-driven society, we all know Aaron Rodgers is 68-32 in his first 100 starts, which is the same record Brett Favre had. And we know Rodgers has thrown about 4,000 fewer interceptions in his career than Favre did to this point. Which leads me to this question: "So what?"
141. Marquette hoops lose Burton, Dawson
Marquette University sophomores Deonte Burton and John Dawson have decided to leave the program and will transfer after the conclusion of the first semester on Dec. 14, head coach Steve Wojciechowski announced Tuesday afternoon in a statement released by the university.
142. Miller Park named baseball's best stadium
The Sporting News announced that Miller Park has been voted the Best Ballpark in its online poll of baseball fans. The home of the Brewers, which was seeded No. 12 at the outset and eventually defeated No. 2 Fenway Park to take the title after a series of match-ups in a tournament-style contest.
143. Tozer forms new futsal company
Former longtime Milwaukee Wave head coach Keith Tozer announced this afternoon that he is forming the Midwest Futsal Association and the Wisconsin Futsal League, with the goal of turning the Midwest into a hub for futsal.
144. Thunderstruck: Wisconsin has a full, fun, sports slate
The Packers are winning. So are the Badgers (in football and basketball). Melvin Gordon! The Bucks are relevant. As Wisconsin-based fans, we are seeing our teams have both local and national relevance. And it cannot be ignored.
145. Quit while you're ahead, champ
While most local fight fans paid big pay-per-view bucks to watch Manny Pacquiao pound Chris Algieri Saturday night, the burlesque that masquerades as live pro boxing nowadays slunk back into town at a south side hotel ballroom. Lyle McDowell, how 45, was allowed to box Enobong "The Nigerian Gentleman" Umohette and "won," but it was a far cry from a special event.
146. Braun enters 2015 healthy, happy
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun surprised early morning donors to the Hunger Task Force Wednesday by Helfaer Field near Miller Park, and the former MVP said the cryotherapy procedure has his thumb feeling great and fatherhood has provided exciting moments on a daily basis.
147. How an arena at Journal Square might look reported that the Milwaukee Bucks were negotiating to purchase the Journal Sentinel buildings, commonly known as the Journal Square, with the intention of using the space for a new multi-purpose arena. ScopeBridge LLC helped us visualize what an arena could look like, and show that a multi-use stadium could indeed fit within that area just off the Milwaukee River and Pere Marquette Park.
148. Marquette lands a top recruiting class
Steve Wojciechowski hasn't coached an official game yet, but on Wednesday the new Marquette University coach landed one of the nation's top recruiting classes for 2015, headlined by Rice Lake forward Henry Ellenson.
149. The Alverno who? Stritch what?
The topic of sports nicknames of the "lesser known" Milwaukee colleges and universities came up recently during my Bucks ticket draft. No one could name Carroll College's mascot. It's Carroll University now, by the way. Cardinal Stritch University? I got my MBA there and didn't even know it had sports, much less a mascot.
150. Watch every interception Jay Cutler has thrown against the Packers
The Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field this Sunday. Prime time. Sunday night football. These games always make me nervous. This video made me feel better.