home from oregon i m back on tomorrow and while he d probably enjoy doing the show with from more will be ing
Home from Oregon, I'm back on @WildeAndTausch tomorrow. And while he'd probably enjoy doing the show with @GinaDella_Pella from @Pella_WI more, @waynelarrivee will be @cousinssubs-ing for @MarkTauscher65. Hope you'll join us 9-noon on @ESPNMilwaukee, @ESPNMadison.
came across this from lafleur at the nfl combine in february while working on the by position qb preview he wa
Came across this from LaFleur at the NFL combine in February while working on the @WiStateJournal #Packers by Position QB preview. He was thinking about adjustments to his offense for Rodgers' at-the-line skills long before the issue went viral during the offseason.
on the twitter feed where does the trade for yelich rank among the greatest trades in wisconsin sports history
On the @festfoods @WildeAndTausch Twitter feed: Where does the @Brewers’ trade for Yelich rank among the greatest trades in Wisconsin sports history? @TomOatesWSJ ranked his Top 10 in the @WiStateJournal. What’s the most memorable Wisconsin trade for YOU?
really fun to have on today she instantly made the show younger hipper and more social media savvy follow her
Really fun to have @LilySZhao on @WildeAndTausch today. She instantly made the show younger, hipper and more social-media savvy. Follow her — you will learn stuff and laugh and get to know the Lopez brothers’ cats in the process.
anybody want a still young quite naughty golden doodle puppy who is very sweet but also destroys stuff constan
Anybody want a still-young, quite-naughty Golden Doodle puppy who is very sweet but also destroys stuff constantly when unattended — like a still-in-the-shrink-wrap @badgerband record from the 1980s that her owner was excited to have found at @AmazingGoodwill? #Guilty
on for randall cobb leaving is like the ex girlfriend that broke up with you when you see her five years later
On @madisondotcom ~ For Randall Cobb, leaving #Packers is “like the ex-girlfriend that broke up with you. When you see her five years later, you hope you’re in a better situation — married, with kids, and you [can] say, ‘Yeah, I did better without you.'”