Happy Sunday, everyone.
As we gear up to celebrate Independence Day, B5Q wants to wish all of our readers a very safe and enjoyable July 4th holiday.
The Knicks lost to the Dallas Mavericks 80-76, with Hayes not scoring a point on six shot attempts. The former Wisconsin standout did grab six rebounds and dished out two assists in the loss, however.
Fans can check out Hayes and the Knicks again in summer league play on Sunday at Noon CT on NBA TV.
Bucky jumps around with House of Pain
It was bound to happen at some point, and it was the perfect pairing at “The World’s Largest Music Festival.”
At Summerfest in Milwaukee, House of Pain played at the BMO Harris Pavilion on June 30. Earlier in the day, UW held a “Badgers Prep Rally” at the same stage, so it only makes sense that this collaboration came together.
Behold, Bucky Badger dancing to House of Pain’s “Jump Around:”
Bucky made an appearance during the best House of Pain song --- Jump Around! BMO Harris Bank Pavilion with Miller LitePosted by Summerfest on Friday, June 30, 2017
How House of Pain and Wisconsin became intertwined was recently featured in the Camp Randall 100 series.
Another 2018 verbal commitment for Wisconsin football?
June was a great month for head coach Paul Chryst and his coaching staff, locking down six of their 16 known verbal commitments for the class of 2018.
It appears the coaching staff is not done, as BadgerBlitz.com reported on Saturday that there’s a 17th commitment for this class. The player’s name has not yet been released by the Rivals site due to respect of the recruit, but stay tuned to B5Q once we hear more on if/when the news breaks.
On to more Badger links:
- The Pittsburgh Steelers profiled former Wisconsin quarterback Bart Houston in a Q&A article on their website.
- The Camp Randall 100 series continues with the likes of Jeff Nault and Wisconsin’s “Hard Rocks” Defense of 1951.
- BadgerNation’s Sally Ehrmann recently spoke with some of the class of 2018 commits from Michigan. Worth checking out.