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 on: Today at 12:07:22 AM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by 77ncaachamps
Let's try putting a pic with a name next time.

 on: Today at 12:05:21 AM 
Started by IWB - Last post by 77ncaachamps
I was a playa while at MU.

Juggled three girls at the same time.

 on: Today at 12:04:12 AM 
Started by Heisenberg - Last post by 77ncaachamps
I cannot think of his name, but the reports last summer were that the UW transfer sitting out a Iowa was the best player in practice. He was good last year, but he did not even start.

jarrod uthoff

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:55:29 PM 
Started by Heisenberg - Last post by bilsu
I cannot think of his name, but the reports last summer were that the UW transfer sitting out a Iowa was the best player in practice. He was good last year, but he did not even start. I also remember hearing how good Fitz was when he was sitting out. He was a good player for MU, but not as good as his hype. The only player sitting out that I ever remember exceeding his hype was Wade. I can remember leaving MU madness last year and in the hallway there was a group of people talking about a player. They said he did not even a rebound. I figured at that time they were McKay's family/friends and I can easily believe they encouraged him to transfer. The first time I watched McKay in the pro am I was really giddy about him. By the time the pro am was over I posted here that he would not be a starter and was overrated. You watch him and you easily see how he can run the floor and he can score on alley oops. It struck me at some point that he has small hands and it became obvious as the pro am went on that the bigger more experience centers were just keeping him from getting inside on offense. The more I watched him the more he reminded me of Blackledge. I of course thought Blacklegde should of played more at MU then he did, so it is not as negative as it sounds. However, I think Blackledge is a better outside shooter than McKay showed me and was quicker and more athletic. Anyways he hastily quit the team and basically lost a half season of his career. In my opinion that does not show good decision making skills. I also think the same thing about Fischer, but he at least played the first semester.

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:52:39 PM 
Started by IWB - Last post by MUDish
I once ran into Hutch in the Union at Winter Flurry. Next time I bump into him, will advise.

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:45:36 PM 
Started by IWB - Last post by chitownwarrior2011
So my 3 pointer at the rec over Vander 2 years ago to win the game qualifies me right?

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:28:00 PM 
Started by swoopem - Last post by bilsu
My daughter was just at Disney. She stayed at a Disney hotel and everything incuding the park admission was on a wrist band, so you may not be able to resell the park passes.

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:16:48 PM 
Started by rocket surgeon - Last post by shiloh26
Ding ding ding.  Unfortunately, that's not how it works, especially for the tolerance lobby.  They immediately go into "you're racist, you're a bigot, you're a religious blah blah" and the tolerance nonsense goes right out the window. It's a defensive mechanism for them but the whole ruse of tolerance from these people is a canard.  It doesn't exist.  It is tolerance for those views for which THEY believe.  If someone has different views, than tolerance no longer exists and the justification for not allowing that tolerance is to label people they don't agree with with various names.

It's quite entertaining.

More or less to Ammos point earlier, you are letting some pre-cooked paradigm cloud an actual instance where Tony Dungy espoused a hypocritical (based on his own past actions embracing, except for sexual orientation, otherwise similarly "distracting" persons) opinion, and one that a reasonable person can infer was a thinly veiled homophobic remark. You are so enamored  with pointing out other people's hypothetical ideological blind spots, you can't pick up on your own.

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:16:28 PM 
Started by Heisenberg - Last post by Heisenberg
Why Jack Harbaugh and his wife, Jackie, live in Mequon
By Bob Wolfley of the Journal Sentinel Jan. 21, 2013


Jack Harbaugh and his wife, Jackie, have lived in Mequon since 2003, when their son-in-law, Tom Crean, was head coach at Marquette University. Crean is married to Joani, the sister of John and Jim Harbaugh, whose teams are to compete in Super Bowl XLVII.

In 2003, Jack Harbaugh was hired as associate athletic director at Marquette, primarily responsible for athletic-related community and public relations at MU. Then-athletic director Bill Cords had tried to hire Jack Harbaugh in the summer of 2002, but Harbaugh decided to take on his 14th and final season as head football coach at Western Kentucky.

Jack Harbaugh's tenure at Marquette ended the same time Crean left to take the job at Indiana on April 1, 2008. Since then, Jack and Jackie Harbaugh have continued to reside in Mequon.

In 2003, when he was hired by MU, Jack Harbaugh was identified in a news report as the father-in-law of Crean and "the father of former National Football League quarterback Jim Harbaugh." Jack Harbaugh is 73.

 on: July 24, 2014, 11:06:08 PM 
Started by IWB - Last post by We R Final Four
That's cool----was just wondering if former players really waste their time here discussing Wisconsin linguistics.   I had such higher hopes for them as a whole.

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