Green Bay Thumps ChicagoSubmitted: 11/10/2014
GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers thump the Chicago Bears 55-14 at Lambeau Field.

The Packers put up 451 yards of offense against the Bears.

Aaron Rodgers had six touchdowns.

"We got things going early, we hit a fourth down, we hit a roll out. Hit a couple busts in coverages as well," Rodgers said. "The line did a good job of allowing me to extend plays . As we extend plays and look down the field, Jordy made a couple nice catches."

The Packers defense picked Jay Cutler off twice.

With the Green Bay offense scoring so easily, the defense did its part.

"So much emphasis was put on it this week and last week going home with that loose against the Saints over the bye week," said Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews. "We knew we were going to have to stop the run. When we got that lead on them with how well our offense was playing, it was over at that point. We got to turn ourselves loose, get some interceptions, the normal story."

The Packers face the Philadelphia Eagles next.

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Packers saw the Bears on the brink and took advantageSubmitted: 11/10/2014

GREEN BAY - On Sunday it seemed that the Packers could do just about anything.

Aaron Rodgers tied the NFL record with most touchdowns in a half with six.
Six throwing touchdowns in a half hadn't been done since the "Mad Bomber" Daryle Lamonica of the Oakland Raiders in 1969.

The Packers 42-0 lead at halftime marked the 2nd highest margin ever in the NFL at half.

Just ask the Bears head coach Mark Trestman how he thinks his football team is performing.

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Packers defense shines against the BearsSubmitted: 11/10/2014

GREEN BAY - If you watched the Packer game last night, you were probably hoping that the team would shut-out the Bears.

But, you couldn't be disappointed with the overall performance of Green Bay defense.

The team certainly made its improvements over the bye week.

"It felt good to come back after New Orleans," said Packer cornerback Micah Hyde. "We know what kind of defense we are capable of playing and I felt like we did that tonight."

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Packers excited to get back on the fieldSubmitted: 11/07/2014

GREEN BAY - Packers fans only have to wait two more days for the rivalry game between Green Bay and Chicago.

The wait has been long after the lopsided loss to the Saints.

The Packers see the game Sunday night as an opportunity to get back on the right track.

"It's a wakeup call, it reality check you know we got a great opportunity this week with a team that did a great job rushing against us last time," said Packers Linebacker Clay Matthews. "We're going to have our hands full like we did last time. We expect to fix all the short comings we had as well as an overall defense"

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Packers hope to become more versatile Submitted: 10/27/2014

GREEN BAY - You could look at the Packers loss last night in eight minutes.

The game went from a tie to a three touchdown deficit during that second half stretch.

Coach Mike McCarthy says the team needs to become more versatile. They also need to avoid mistakes.

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Wisconsin Stomps Maryland 52-7Submitted: 10/25/2014

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MADISON - Wisconsin beat Maryland 52-7 on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.

This team has clearly taken a major step after that tough loss at Northwestern.

"Those kids the way that they look at themselves in the mirror," said Head Coach, Gary Anderson. "We all did the same thing as coaches and we came back and we decided that we were going to get better."

The Badger defense shined today holding a team that averages 35 points a game to just 7.

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Packers defense steps up Submitted: 10/20/2014

GREEN BAY - Cam Newton didn't run all over the Packers Sunday.

The Panthers quarterback had 240 yards of offense against Green Bay.

The defense also sacked Newton three times.

Coach Mike McCarthy believes they executed their defensive plan well.

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Packers look to continue growthSubmitted: 10/20/2014

GREEN BAY - The Packers didn't let Cam Newton and the zone read dominate their defense Sunday.

The Carolina Panthers only scored three points in the first half.

The Packers coaching staff thinks the team showed what can happen when they win on the line of scrimmage

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Green Bay offense finding its stride Submitted: 10/20/2014

GREEN BAY - The Packers can score pretty quickly.

They were up 21-0 after their first three possessions to start the game Sunday.

Green Bay averages more than 28 points a game.

That ranks second behind the Indianapolis Colts.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers thinks the offensive success start after changes a few weeks ago.

"Being very efficient, that started in the Chicago game," Rodgers said. "Seven plays with 38 points. I would guess the plays weren't extremely high, we had a lot of point production."

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The Green Bay Defense Has a Goal Submitted: 10/19/2014

GREEN BAY - Green Bay looked unstoppable in the first quarter of Sunday's game against Carolina.

They put up 21 points quickly and the defense did its job. When both sides of the ball are clicking, the Packers soar.

"The defense is playing I would say kind of more like the 2010 season," said Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. "They are really shutting teams down, we're starting fast. We had 21 first quarter points. We are making them pretty one dimensional which we wanted to do especially the way Cam ran the ball last week."

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Badgers unanimous Big Ten basketball favoriteSubmitted: 10/16/2014

CHICAGO - The Wisconsin Badgers will head into this basketball season as the unanimous Big Ten favorite.

Every voting member of the conference media picked the Badgers to win the Big Ten at conference media days in Chicago.

The media selected Wisconsin senior Frank Kaminsky as its preseason player of the year.

The Badgers return four starters to a team that went 30-8 and reached its first Final Four since 2000.

Michigan State and Ohio State completed the top three preseason favorites.

Kaminsky is joined by fellow Badger Sam Dekker on the preseason All-Big Ten first team.

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