Another year passed and another year in-which the Badgers remind us all that you know... they're for real.
I like many people who regularly watch the team was dubious about which version of the Jekyll and Hyde Badgers would show up Saturday night against the previous year's national championship. Now I'm not sure which is the good one but I presume it's the doctor, so Dr. Jekyll showed up (you get my drift).
If that continues, the Badgers should have every chance in the world against a not as talented Florida Gators. That's not to say that the Mike White led Gators are some sort of slouch. They have talent, are fast, and are a strong defensive team.
If the Badgers are to advance they're offense is going to have to find a way to stay hot from both the three-point line, and inside the paint. Luckily Bronson Koenig is shooting lights out and the combination of Ethan Happ and Nigel Hayes have been far more aggressive in not only driving to the cup, but finishing.
What's going to happen?
Well that is what myself and Mike Pilch decided to sit down and try to figure out in another episode of The FinkelCast.
We also touched on the NBA MVP race, Steph Curry getting in a 'fight', what the MLB can learn from the WBC, Colin Kaepernick being 'blackballed' by NFL owners, and a high-school-coach-genitalia-in-a-hot-dog-bun story from Spokane.
Wish I could say I was making that last one up.
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