It's media day at the Super Bowl. That means that hundreds of reporters...some of which know nothing about football,,,descend on Miami and the players and coaches are inundated with idiotic questions and stupid stunts. You may remember the South American reporter who dressed in a wedding gown and proposed to Tom Brady. Howard Stern will usually send one of his stunt boys to ask racy questions. But it will be hard to top the question once asked of Washington quarterback Doug Williams. A reporter asked him "how long have you been a black quarterback"? Sunday can't come quick enough.
The Bucks get a nice road last night in Miami. Andrew Bogut continues to lead Milwaukee but Carlos Delfino has also raised his game lately. The Bucks are two games behind the Heat for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot...although it's a bit early to be thinking about that. The Bucks have a tough matchup tonight in Orlando.
The Brewers have already sold over a million tickets for this season.
If youre heading out to the Wausau East-Wausau West girls-boys basketball doubleheader tonight at the East gym bring along some extra cash. The teams are combining to raise funds for The Womens Community. They will have special t-shirts for sale and also a silent auction and raffle items including an I-POD, autographed footballs, basketballs and jerseys from Barry Alvarez, Bo Ryan and Kobe Bryant and Badger Basketball tickets. If you can't make it out to the games I'll have them for you on Foxsports 1390, WRIG beginning at 5:45.
The Badger Mens Basketball team needs a win tonight to stay in the Big Ten race. First place Michigan State comes to the Kohl Center. We'll have the game on WSAU... pre game at 7 pm.
Songs of The Day
Don't You Hear Jerusalem Moan-Nitty Gritty Dirt Band(1989) a traditional bluegrass tune from the 2nd "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" project. This one features the slick mandolin playing of Sam Bush.
Don't You Worry Bout a Thing-Stevie Wonder(1973) from the classic Innervisions Lp comes this Latin tinged love song. This hit was sandwiched around the more political offerings "Living For the City" and "You Havent Done Nothin"...a most fertile Stevie period.