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Packer win could clinch NFC North early

December 2, 2011 in Pierce County Herald

Wisconsin Sports — A win tomorrow at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, will nail down a third straight playoff position for the Green Bay Packers, possibly a NFC North title. Continue Reading

Pack looks to improve pass defense

October 4, 2011 in Pierce County Herald

Wisconsin Sports — The Green Bay Packers are not happy with all the yards they’ve given up through the air. The Packer defense has surrendered an average of 336 yards a game during the first quarter of the regular season. That’s the second-highest in the NFL, only behind New England.
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Wilson to transfer to UW-Madison to play football

June 28, 2011 in Pierce County Herald

Wisconsin Sports Some national pundits say Wisconsin punched their ticket to the BCS title game after getting former North Carolina State quarterback Russell Wilson.
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Thompson says Packers’ draft strategy will remain the same

February 25, 2011 in Pierce County Herald

Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson says he will not change the Packers’ draft strategy as a result of the team’s Super Bowl championship. But he did say it’s a little more complicated this year, because his staff is getting off to a later-than-normal start.
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Pack keep pace with win over 49ers

December 6, 2010 in Pierce County Herald

The Green Bay Packers are still a game behind first-place Chicago in the NFC North with four left. The Packers had a dominating second half yesterday to beat San Francisco, 34-to-16 at Lambeau Field — while the Bears kept the division lead with a 24-20 win at Detroit. Continue Reading

Badgers need even better effor to beat Iowa

October 20, 2010 in Pierce County Herald

The Wisconsin football team says preparation will be the key to winning at Iowa on Saturday. Quarterback Scott Tolzien said the Badgers had their best week of practice just before their upset of Ohio State last weekend. And Tolzien says they’ll need to raise the bar even higher this week. Continue Reading