Readers blogs in Sports
May 30, 2007
| Bladder Buster
Every Wednesday I track down my favorite weekly papers to catch up on the latest entertainment options in town and along the way I come across some interesting stories as well. Paging through this weeks MKE paper with highlighter and date book in hand I try to plan out what things I want to do an...
Posted by thatgirlnicole at 11:22 p.m. | Talkbacks
May 29, 2007
| The World on Wheels- Follow-Up on McFadden
Busy week this week, between taking in the Braves-Brewers series and my continuing job interview process with the Bucks. But a quick follow-up regarding the ongoing battle for inclusion waged by Maryland wheelchair racer Tatyana McFadden. It came to the finish line, at least for this season, when...
Posted by mz80 at 3:21 p.m. | Talkbacks
May 22, 2007
| The World on Wheels- Some Housecleaning
Today’s post will hopefully be the first of many that will cover multiple topics. Please feel free to send feedback on anything you’ve read so far. As readership builds I hope your feedback will generate discussion and ideas. Note that all posts to this point have actually been writte...
Posted by mz80 at 2:17 p.m. | Talkbacks
May 18, 2007
| The Brewers bandwagon
26-15, first place in the NL central by 5 ½ games and the third best record in baseball. That is where our beloved Milwaukee Brewers are standing. But what is the great majority of talk going on around Milwaukee Sports radio?? Brett Favre!!! Now don’t get me wrong&hell...
Posted by JonKurozawa at 12:17 p.m. | Talkbacks
May 13, 2007
| The World on Wheels- A Fight For Inclusion
The fight for inclusion is generally regarded as the most important and proudest cause for people with disabilities. Thankfully, this fight is usually less challenging today than it was as recently as ten years ago. But sometimes, the struggle is so tough and the climb so steep that one can fee...
Posted by mz80 at 12:39 a.m. | Talkbacks
April 16, 2007
| Still Another Point of View About Imus' Dumb Comments
If you don’t know who Jason Whitlock is, you should. He writes for the Kansas City Star and most recently, wrote a column where he weighed in on the Don Imus/Rutgers Women's Basketball controversy. He expressed his belief that while Imus's comments were deplorable, the real focus ...
Posted by mitchgat at 5:00 p.m. | Talkbacks
April 14, 2007
| Marquette Coach Tom Crean "Stuck" Coaching Here Another Year.
It's not surprising how the local media has given a "free pass" to Crean during and after the Kentucky Search. His name was prominently mentioned by SI Columnist Seth Davis on CBS Coverage of the NCAA Tournament.There never was any comments from Crean on his name being bantered arou...
Posted by WisconsinJeff54 at 4:57 p.m. | Talkbacks
April 4, 2007
| Local Women win Bronze at 2007 Sr. Curling World Championships!
USA women win bronze at 2007 World Seniors in Edmonton, Canada.As I posted in earlier blogs, two Wauwatosa Curling club members were on the USA Team. The ladies beat Scotland for Bronze. Sweden took gold and Canada won silver. This was a highly competitive event. Way to go Pam and JoAnn!&nbs...
Posted by preppiecurler at 9:30 a.m. | Talkbacks
March 29, 2007
| US Women & Men still in it for 2007 Sr. World Curling Championships!
Team USA (Pam Oleinik & Joann Matthews from the Wauwatosa Curling Club) is currently 4-2! They will play the undefeated Swiss Team today at 8 p.m.Team USA (for the Men's Championship) is currently 4-0! The members from this team all hail from Wisconsin! They plays Wales today at...
Posted by preppiecurler at 9:22 a.m. | Talkbacks
March 27, 2007
| Local Ladies Represent Currenly 3-0 in 2007 Sr. World Curling Championships
Two of the Team USA members are from Wisconsin! They are Pam Oleinik (Brookfield, WI) and JoAnn Matthews (New Berlin, WI) The event is being held in Edmonton, Canada. Both of these ladies curl out of the Wauwatosa Curling Club. Ms. Oleinik is the skip and Ms. Matthews is playing le...
Posted by preppiecurler at 11:13 a.m. | Talkbacks