Wisconsin upsets #5 LSU at Lambeau

The Badgers tried to give this game away, but they made the plays in the fourth quarter to finish off an impressive upset over #5 LSU at Lambeau Field. The Badgers can celebrate while Big Ten fans throw some shade at the SEC.

Meanwhile, Les Miles came into this season with very high expectations after he almost got pushed out the door in the offseason. A loss on the road against Wisconsin won’t by itself ruin the season for LSU. They’ll have plenty of shots at redemption in the touch SEC with Leonard Fournette leading the way. But now Les will have to listen to all the doubters again as the season progresses. And LSU will need to play better if they want to turn the tables against Alabama.

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Lions will battle Packers at legendary Lambeau Field

The 8-4 Green Bay Packers are a touchdown favorite this Sunday night as the 4-8 Detroit Lions invade legendary Lambeau Field in an attempt to salvage their season. Conditions have certainly been worse at Lambeau in past battles, but the Lions will definitely face an uphill battle on what is expected to be a cold night in Green Bay.

The Packers of course have a very rich history, with the great Vince Lombardi standing at the top of the heap with his incredible teams from the 60s. The video above relives the story of the legendary “Ice Bowl” championship game between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys from New Year’s Eve in 1967 at a frozen Lambeau Field with windchill taking the temperature down to −70°F. We’ve all heard the “frozen tundra” line a million times and this is where it all started. The Packers has plenty of down years after that, but then returned to greatness with Mike Holmgren and Brett Favre in the 90s and then again several years ago with Aaron Rodgers.

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