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Scott M

Wisconsin vs. Michigan

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Caught this game tonight, interesting in itself, but did anyone else see that Lavin, Musberger, and Erin went out ice fishing while on campus in Madison? They had a hand auger hole drilling contest and set up some shacks and somebody caught a crappie, not any of those 3 though.

They should have gone out with me before the Indiana game and learned about real Minnesota ice fishing. At least then they might have caught something!

Can't believe how good Wiscy is at home. 50-2 in Big Ten play under Ryan. I sure hope Tubby gets his teams to play that well at home.

Minnesota sees Michigan and Wisconsin in the next couple weeks.

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I have tickets to the badger vs. gopher game in wisconsin. i'll be cheering for my badgers.

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Walleye king, cheer while you can because my Gophers are gonna add a some more L's to that right side. grin.gif With Tubby in charge that place will be known as Barnyard East in no time. Should be a good game and I'm looking forward to it.

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That's some good smack right there \:\) haha

Kind of like how Grand Forks used to be Mariucci West for a while?

I expect to be at the February 3 home game with Bucky and may entertain the notion of meeting up with a buddy who goes to school in Madtown for the showdown at the Kohl center.

I'll say this, I love how Wisconsin keeps winning with 3 and 4 year players, tough defense, and scrap. They aren't as intimidating as the other ranked Big Ten teams but they can beat you just as easily.

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it also helps that wisconsin's average height of their starting lineup is about 6'7".

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