In a surprising turn of events, the defense wasn't the Packers' undoing on Sunday in Detroit. Instead, it was the offense that struggled, costing them the game. Game story » 2-minute drill »
In the wake of the Packers' dismal offensive showing in Detroit, The 6-Pack has seven questions for the offense. Click here to read the 6-Pack >>
We take a look back at the Badgers trouncing of Bowling Green on Saturday. A look back >> No movement in the polls for Wisconsin >> UW gets commitment from a PF >>
Former Packers star Antonio Freeman joins Alex Petakas in "The End Zone" at 6 p.m. tonight live from the Horse & Plow in Kohler. Listen live >> Last week's show >>
The Brewers squandered another solid starting performance, this time by Wily Peralta, and saw their slim playoff hopes virtually evaporate. Tom Haudricourt's Journal Sentinel story >>
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Broncos overcame a two-touchdown deficit to force overtime, but Marshawn Lynch scored a 6-yard touchdown in overtime to give the Seahawks a 26-20 win.
Lions linebacker Stephen Bulloch began celebrating after sacking Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, but he didn't get to finish as he injured his left knee and left the game.
Jim Basquil and Merril Hoge break down the Lions' 19-7 win over the Packers.
Richard Sherman discusses the Seahawks' 26-20 win and what he saw from Russell Wilson in the game-winning OT drive.
South Carolina's ever-changing outlook, another huge Saturday for running backs and Cal's trigger-happy email proves costly at the official store. It's all ahead in your College Football Minute.
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