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Year's worth of water meter data concerns Pasco homeowner
Bruce Nocita thinks Pasco County Utilities has a huge problem reading his water meter. And he's even more concerned now, after the county sent this 196-page report, detailing every hour for a year.
INSIDE THE MADNESS: Coach K's ring, Judd's good-luck wish
Will Ashley Judd become a Badger fan? Probably not, but she's at least wishing them good luck going into Monday's national championship game.
Bo Ryan on Duke-Wisconsin: 'A shame' game had so much body contact
Wisconsin lost 68-63 to Duke in the NCAA Tournament national championship game after leading by as many in nine points in the second half.
College football bowl rankings: No. 13 to No. 6
Time, TV: Jan. 1, noon, ESPN2. - Reason to watch: In Melvin Gordon 's final game as a Badger, Wisconsin faces an Auburn team that lost three of four to end the season.
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Wisconsin football 2015 preview: A look at the coaching staff
The offensive line is in good hands under former Badger and All-Big Ten lineman Rudolph, and the talent at running back is already on the roster.
UW freshmen add weight, stay quick
Today, Obasih is listed at 268 and James at 259. The added weight wasn't an issue for the 6-foot-2 Obasih, who has a compact frame and weighed 255 at the end of spring.
2015 NFL Draft: Defensive backs have talent and size to go with it
1 rated prep safety, goes into the draft still the best at either strong or free safety and is expected to be selected in the top 20.
Badgers football: UW loads up on wide receivers on signing day
WR George Rushing III 6-1 180 Miramar, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) ... Watkins, 6-foot-1, 200 pounds, was mostly a quarterback in high school.
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Badgers by Position: Defensive backs
Trezy, listed at 6-1 and 200, has reportedly been timed at 10.5 seconds in the 100 meters. "He is a guy who can just go," Busch said.
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Can Moons Have Moonlets? Or Rings?
As you can imagine, the tides raised by a tiny moonlet, say of a few tens of meters diameter, or an artificial satellite are tiny, and have little effect on their orbit.