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The University of Wisconsin football team travels to Minneapolis to complete its regular season Saturday.

While Packers coach Matt LaFleur didn’t especially enjoy questions about how his offense has struggled in the red zone in the first five games this season compared to last year — the unit has gone from a league-best 80% touchdown rate to 55% so far this season — those questions could easily have been focused on the defense’s problems in the same area of the field.

NIU coach Ray Gooden, on playing the Badgers, the highest-ranked opponent to visit DeKalb since No. 3 Southern Cal in 2013: "To have Wisconsin in DeKalb, in Victor E. Court will be an amazing experience for our players, our fans and the community. It's going to be great. This is a great opportunity for people to see the balance of what our program is. You live for moments like that, to get to play against one of the best teams in the country.”

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Play a card from your hand, and place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board. When you have five in a row, it’s a Sequence. Each pl…

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The point of this game is to guess the identity of your opponent’s mystery character before they guess yours. You have to ask questions like c…

An offense that gives starting pitchers a lead means little if the bullpen can't protect it and despite having lost two key options when right-handers Drew Rasmussen and J.P. Feyereisen were dealt to Tampa for shortstop Willy Adames, the Brewers' relievers have not let their teammates' efforts go to waste.

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