On this week’s edition of the Tapping The Keg podcast, Charlie & Mitch go through what would be on the Wisconsin Sports Fans’ Christmas List. Would it be Aaron Rodgers’ retiring? What about a playoff run? Could we see a Bucks domination in our future?
Tapping The Keg podcast returns after 10 days off. The boys get down to business discussing all of the great rivalry matchups this weekend. First, they start with Giannis-LeBron, then Packers-Bears, and lastly, Marquette-Wisconsin. They touch on Giannis and LeBron – Who is the next
On this week’s edition of the Tapping The Keg podcast, Charlie & Mitch recap the Milwaukee Bucks big win over the Brooklyn Nets. We also talk about how the Milwaukee Bucks could save Wisconsin sports and their fans in 2022 with the awful year we’ve
The podcast begins this week talking about the Green Bay Packers and their disastrous effort on Sunday against the New YorkJets. What went wrong for this team? Charlie investigates that and recommends the Packers get themselves out of their comfort zone. He also goes over
Charlie wraps up the week with another edition of The Daily Tap and talks about the betting lines with the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Badgers. Charlie discusses a new format after he has done so terrible at picking these games for the home team.
On today’s podcast, Charlie answers questions that he thinks Packers fans have after week 3. Those questions include… Can Yosh Nijman just move to right guard? Will Romeo Doubs win Rookie of the Year? Should Jaire Alexander move to nickel back? Charlie also discusses if
Green Bay Packers suffer another Week 1 loss. Charlie is here to break it all down for you. He discusses why the Packers players let down their coach Matt LaFleur (0-10 minutes). Charlie goes through all the overreactions you will hear today on local radio
Charlie starts The Daily Tap by talking about the Milwaukee Brewers dramatic win to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers. He recaps that and wonders if the Milwaukee Brewers will use this to carry them with some positive momentum for the first time since the Josh
Christian Yelich got paid by the Milwaukee Brewers right before Covid hit our country on March 6th, 2020. Anyone would have done the deal at that time. So far, it has looked like one of the worst investments made by a Wisconsin sports franchise. Charlie
Monday’s edition of The Daily Tap discusses what the Milwaukee Brewers have to do to regain the fans’ trust in them. Why this is a bad time for it to happen with Packers and Badgers season approaching and what they could do to help things