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Area athletes sgn letters of intent

Avery Ousterhout wanted to play defense, and he wanted to do it for Winona State.

Despite some late nervousness, the Milton High senior will get his wish.

Ousterhout, The Gazette's...

Packers' Clay Matthews can expect to play inside more
Green Bay's linebacker likes to play outside, but after an exit interview following the season, the team will likely utilize him inside.
Hats off: Evansville man gives untold hours to youth sports
Jay Hrdlicka's years of volunteer service to Evansville youth sports development were recognized this month with a one-of-a kind award from Cenex.
Ron Wolf selected for Hall of Fame
Ron Wolf, the hard-driving general manager who brought the Green Bay Packers back from football oblivion, was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX
Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX
The record-setting Brady threw for four touchdowns, including a 3-yarder to Julian Edelman with 2:02 remaining Sunday night as New England rallied from a 10-point deficit to win its fourth Super Bowl in the Brady-Bill Belichick era, 28-24 over Seattle.
Packers fire ST coach Slocum
Two weeks after two of the most crushing special teams plays in Green Bay Packers postseason history, a change has been made. On Friday, special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum was fired by head coach Mike McCarthy.
Aaron Rodgers wins his 2nd NFL MVP
Aaron Rodgers wins his 2nd NFL MVP
Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers won his second MVP award and J.J. Watt swept away the voters the way he sweeps quarterbacks off their feet to take top defensive honors.
McCarthy wants Packers to not look back

When the Packers players return to Green Bay, weeks after a new Super Bowl champion is crowned, Mike McCarthy's No. 1 objective will be part coaching, part psychology.

How do you move on from arguably the most...

Seahawks' Chad Morton comes back to bite Pack
A former special teams coach with Green Bay was a key part of Seattle's fake punt in the NFC title game
Rodgers deserves share of blame for latest playoff debacle
Aaron Rodgers probably played as poorly in Seattle as he has in any of his 11 playoff games. You can come up with any number of excuses why that was the case, but the fact remains it was one of his three or four worst performances of the season and his team couldn't overcome it.