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126. Bucks make staff additions, including Stacey Augmon as assistant coach
The Milwaukee Bucks named Stacey Augmon as assistant coach, Seth Partnow as director of basketball research and Scott Faust as head athletic trainer, General Manager John Hammond announced today.
127. Packers unveil Color Rush uniform, avoid all-gold nightmare
The Green Bay Packers will have to wear a Color Rush uniform during their Thursday night spat with the Chicago Bears on Oct. 20. Thankfully, the revealed jersey is nowhere near the brightly colored nightmare it could've been.
128. Bucks announce 2016-17 broadcast schedule; Vin Baker joins FSW as analyst
The Bucks broadcast team will once again feature one of best collections of television talent in the NBA as nationally recognized voices Gus Johnson and Marques Johnson return to the team for a second season to join long-time Milwaukee announcers Jim Paschke and Jon McGlocklin.
129. Bucks sign free agent Xavier Henry to training camp roster
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free agent guard/forward Xavier Henry to the training camp roster, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.
130. Seven former Admirals play in World Cup of Hockey, including Madison's Suter
Three players from Team Sweden lead a group of seven Milwaukee Admiral alumni who will participate in the World Cup of Hockey, which kicks off in earnest Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto.
131. Packers Everywhere pep rally Sept. 17 in Minneapolis for Vikings game
Packers fans are invited to bring the spirit of Green Bay to Minnesota a day early with a Packers Everywhere pep rally at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17. The festivities will take place at The Pourhouse, located at 10 S. 5th St., Minneapolis.
132. UWM women announce 2016-17 Horizon League schedule
The Milwaukee women's basketball team will host a four-game homestand just before the end of the season, the Horizon League office announced today with the release of the conference schedules.
133. Panthers announce 2016-17 Horizon League schedule
The Milwaukee men's basketball program will close out the 2016-17 regular season with three of its final four games at home, according to the Horizon League schedule released today by the league office.
134. Brewers host Fan Appreciation Weekend Sept. 23-25 at Miller Park
Brewers fans consistently show why they are the best in baseball with their incredible support of the team at Miller Park. As a thank you to their loyal supporters, the Brewers will host Fan Appreciation Weekend at Miller Park during the last weekend of the home season, September 23-25.
135. Packers release Josh Sitton; Ted Thompson says it's "best for the team"
The Green Bay Packers have released G Josh Sitton. The transaction was announced Saturday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.
136. Before UW-LSU game, Packers and others donate to Red Cross Louisiana
With the recent flooding in Louisiana and Saturday's game between Wisconsin and LSU, the Green Bay Packers, Carmex and Delaware North have teamed up to donate a combined $55,000 to the American Red Cross in Louisiana to assist with flood relief efforts.
137. Bucks' third annual "Own the Future" statewide tour returns this month
Milwaukee Bucks players Thon Maker and Malcolm Brogdon headline a contingent that will participate in community events in several cities across the state over the weekends of Sept. 8-10 and 16-18 for the team's annual "Own the Future" tour.
138. Aaron Rodgers, gunslinger?
After the sadness of learning the Packers had cut Tim Masthay and knowing they wouldn't be beating up on the Bears until mid-October, I really needed some good news. Aaron Rodgers provided that Wednesday by showing up to the team's "Welcome Back Luncheon" dressed like a cowboy.
139. Brewers unveil Sept. 25 "Give Back Game" with ticket proceeds donated to charity
The Brewers announced plans for the "Give Back Game," an event that is a major philanthropic endeavor to raise proceeds for great causes. With the Give Back Game, nearly all proceeds from ticket sales from the final home game on Sept. 25 against the Reds will be donated to charity.
140. Packers Hall of Fame to open Brett Favre exhibit at Lambeau Field on Aug. 31
The Packers Hall of Fame will open a new Brett Favre exhibit on Wednesday, Aug. 31. The exhibit honors Favre's time with Green Bay and recognizes his most memorable performances. It will be accessible to anyone who purchases tickets for the Packers Hall of Fame.
141. This Milwaukee chicken ran at midnight
This story isn't new, but I just heard about it. And it actually never mentions a "Milwaukee" chicken - but the chicken in question just happens to be Milwaukee native and current Milwaukee Brewers skipper, Craig Counsell.
142. Novak back: Bucks re-sign hometown hero to round out roster
The Milwaukee Bucks have re-signed free agent forward Steve Novak, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.
143. Cousins Subs and Green Bay Packers announce partnership, sweepstakes
Wisconsin's own Cousins Subs has entered into a three-year partnership with the Green Bay Packers, uniting two of the state's legacy brands to offer fans the ultimate green and gold experience.
144. Admirals release 2016-17 schedule; UWM Panther Arena home opener Oct. 29
The Admirals will kick off the 2016-17 season on the road against the San Antonio Rampage on Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. The Ads will open the home portion of their schedule Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. against the Iowa Wild at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
145. Brewers' 13th annual "Evening with Hank Aaron" set for Sept. 24
The 13th annual "Evening with Hank Aaron" will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24 at Miller Park. This year's program will feature an exclusive pregame reception from 3:45 to 5:45 p.m. in the Aaron/Yount Rooms on Miller Park's Terrace Level.
146. Drew Olson jumps to Big 920
My friend Drew Olson has a new work address. The veteran Milwaukee sports journalist / broadcaster - and former senior editor - ended an 11-year run as a talk-show host at ESPN Milwaukee (540 AM) last week and will begin a new chapter with The Big 920 (WOKY) on Monday.
147. Bucks hire Craig Robinson as VP of player and organizational development
The Bucks today announced Craig Robinson as the organization's new Vice President of Player and Organizational Development. Robinson brings a wealth of experience in business and basketball to the Bucks staff, where he will serve as a mentor and advisor to the Bucks roster. Robinson is also the older brother of First Lady Michelle Obama.
148. Brewers to host National Bratwurst Day donation event at Miller Park
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Miller Lot at Miller Park, Klement's Sausage Company will be providing guests with a bratwurst, bag of chips and beverage in exchange for any monetary donation to Feeding America of Eastern Wisconsin. Lunch will be provided to the first 2,000 people to arrive.
149. Wisconsin-made product being used at Rio Olympics
Klover Products Inc.'s line of parabolic microphones, manufactured in Janesville, capture sound waves with pinpoint accuracy at a wide variety of sporting events throughout the year. Now, these Sconnie products are being used at the Summer Olympics.
150. Bucks officially announce re-signing of Miles Plumlee
The Milwaukee Bucks have re-signed restricted free agent center Miles Plumlee, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.