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CBS Sports Dennis Dodd pissed Aaron Rodgers given Wisconsin court access while he was denied

Matt Yoder reports that Aaron Rodgers was given Wisconsin court access after Wisconsin’s win over Arizona and that Dennis Dodd, National college football writer for, was not given such access. Credentialed media only is the general rule but this is Aaron Rodgers. Didn't stop DD from a Twitfest. Aaron Rodgers in one of the biggest moments in the state's history -...
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CBS Writer Dennis Dodd Threw A Twitter Tantrum After Aaron Rodgers Declined An Interview Request

CBS sports writer Dennis Dodd was told no after asking Aaron Rodgers for an interview. He then went on Twitter and was a total professional.
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Aaron Rodgers And CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd In Twitter Tiff Over Rodgers’ Presence On Court After Wisconsin Win

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his girlfriend Olivia Munn have been following the Wisconsin Badgers on their run to the Final Four. Rodgers went down to the floor to celebrate with the team after their impressive Elite Eight victory over Arizona on Saturday night, and in the process, declined to do an interview with CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd. This set Dodd off, who...
Via College Spun
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Reporter Whines About Aaron Rodgers At Wisconsin Game, QB Fires Back

Dennis Dodd got to see one of the best college basketball games of the year Saturday night, but he couldn’t stop complaining about something that happened after the game. Actually, complaining might be too kind of a word. Perhaps “whining” works a little better. Dodd, who is a national college football writer for CBS Sports, was in Los Angeles to cover the University of Wisconsin’s...
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Rodgers, sports writer get into it over on-court access

Even though he attended California, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has become something of a celebrity fan of the Wisconsin basketball team.  During the Badgers’ Final Four run this year, Rodgers has been seen in the stands with girlfriend Olivia Munn (and more importantly, ESPN’s Andy North) cheering on Wisconsin.  Rodgers has friends on the team and is obviously...
Via Awful Announcing
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Photo: Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn Are Back At Staples Center To Cheer On Wisconsin vs. Arizona

Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn were at Staples Center on Thursday to watch Wisconsin defeat North Carolina to reach the Elite Eight.  This evening, the celebrity couple is back to hopefully watch the Badgers reach the Final Four for the second straight year.  The Green Bay Packers’ quarterback and actress are cheering on Bo Ryan’s squad against Arizona.  Aaron Rodgers &...
Via College Spun
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Aaron Rodgers, Olivia Munn cheer on Wisconsin at the Staples Center (PHOTOS)

Aaron Rodgers may not be a University of Wisconsin alumnus—he went to Cal—but that doesn’t mean he can’t cheer for his hometown team. The Badgers squared off against the Tar Heels at the Staples Center on Thursday night, and won, 79-72. Rodgers and girlfriend Olivia Munn were in attendance. Check out some of the photos of the power couple at the game. Olivia Munn,...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Aaron Rodgers And Olivia Munn Are In Los Angeles Supporting Wisconsin Against UNC

Aaron Rodgers is a Cal alumnus, but with his Golden Bears at home, he is supporting his current hometown team—the Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin is playing North Carolina at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and Rodgers and girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, are on hand to support the team. The first family of Sconnie, holding court. — Dan Lyons (@Dan_Lyons76...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Defense should be the focus of the Draft

The Green Bay Packers will be returning all 11 offensive starters from last year’s team. It was an offense that scored the most points in the NFL and according to head coach Mike McCarthy was the best offense he has had in Green Bay. On the other side of the ball, it’s a different story. So far this offseason, the Packers have released linebackers A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones, and...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Only cheese more popular than Aaron Rodgers in Wisconsin

A survey of just over 1,000 Wisconsin residents revealed an interesting factoid, albeit a stereotypically amusing one: The only thing more popular than Aaron Rodgers in the Green Bay Packers’ home state is, you guessed it, cheese. They don’t call it America’s Dairyland for nothing. The poll, conducted Public Policy Polling, surveyed 1,071 Wisconsin residents,...Read More The...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

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