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BREWERS NEWS

Jungmann an intriguing young starting-pitching option for Brewers

Currently No. 6 on the Brewers' starting-pitching depth chart is Taylor Jungmann, who has yet to make his major-league debut and has just 18 career Triple-A starts under his belt.

Brewers notebook: Rodriguez still not in camp, but club isn't worried

It's still unclear as to when Francisco Rodriguez will report to camp, as Milwaukee is currently finalizing his two-year contract. But the Brewers aren't overly worried about the veteran closer's late arrival.

Gennett's personality shines on photo day

Brewers photo day took place Monday and Scooter Gennett took full advantage, thoroughly enjoying the opportunity.

Parra a backup, but more than average fourth outfielder

For the first time in his career, Milwaukee outfielder Gerardo Parra is a backup. But the left-handed defensive specialist certainly isn't going to be treated like an average fourth outfielder, and he says he's happy to be a Brewer.

UW BADGER FOOTBALL NEWS

High school teammates Gordon, Waynes help each other through draft process

Melvin Gordon and Trae Waynes went to high school together then were rivals in college. While competitive with one another, the pair talk often and are poised to both be first-round picks.

Watch: Chris Farley as character Matt Foley implores recruits to attend Wisconsin

Watch: Chris Farley as character Matt Foley implores recruits to attend Wisconsin

East Recruiting Notebook

A look at the biggest storylines from the last week in the East Region.

Gophers in driver's seat for Big Ten title, NCAA appearance

With just six regular-season games remaining, Minnesota hockey players know if they keep up their recent play, they will be rewarded with a Big Ten title and postseason play.

MILWAUKEE BUCKS NEWS

Nuggets deal Bucks unsettling road loss, 106-95

Danilo Gallinari went off for a season-high 26 points and the rebuilding Nuggets upset the Bucks on Tuesday night in Denver.

PHOTOS: Nuggets 106, Bucks 95

Check out photos of the Bucks' duel with Denver:

The Starting Five: Harden, LeBron stake their claims as No. 1 James

This week's hot topics in the NBA: A second James challenges the reigning King; analytics as defined by the master; and messy business in the Bulls pen.

Bucks lose after lackluster fourth quarter in Utah

Khris Middleton had 18 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Bucks.

PACKERS NEWS

Packers Annual Checkup: Letroy Guion

After being acquired in the offseason as a backup, nose tackle Letroy Guion played a career-high 633 snaps in 2014. But off-the-field troubles may jeopardize his future in Green Bay.

ASU football addresses special team woes with hiring of Shawn Slocum

The Arizona State football team hired former Green Bay Packers special teams coach Shawn Slocum to take over special teams duties for the Sun Devils.

Super Bowl XLV seating lawsuit begins in Dallas

Although the game was four years ago and played after one of the biggest winter storms ever to hit North Texas, some folks are still hot about not having seats for Super Bowl XLV.

No charges filed against Packers' Jarrett Bush after arrest

Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush was arrested Sunday in California for alleged disorderly conduct while under the influence, a misdemeanor charge.

UW MENS BASKETBALL

Badgers' Dukan eager to shake shooting slump

Duje Dukan, a 6-foot-10 forward and one of the Wisconsin Badgers' most important reserves, is shooting just 29.0 percent on 3-point attempts this season (20 for 62).

How they voted: Badgers in 2014-15 AP basketball poll (Week 17)

A look at where Associated Press top 25 college basketball voters put the Wisconsin Badgers on their ballot this week.

Share of Big Ten title nice, but Badgers want crown outright

Even in the joyous aftermath of Wisconsin's win over Michigan State that clinched the team a share of the Big Ten title, this much was clear: If the Badgers want to fulfill their ambitions this season, there is far more work to do.

Ryan says Jackson could be out two more weeks

Coach Bo Ryan says injured point guard Traevon Jackson could be sidelined for two more weeks, which, if correct, would coincide with Wisconsin's opening game in the NCAA tournament.

UW WOMENS BASKETBALL