Sports editors Eric Kohlbeck and Chris Bumbaca sat down to discuss a huge weekend for Wisconsin athletics on this week’s sports podcast from The Badger Herald.The two talked about the No. 22 Wisconsin vs. No. 11 Nebraska football game and the Heisman hopefuls that will take the field Saturday at Camp Randall.http://badgerherald.com/sports/2014/11/13/nebraska-returns-to-uw-with-first-place-up-for-grabs/The No. 3 Wisconsin men’s basketball team also returns to action this weekend, where they will raise the banner from their magical 2014 Final Four run before theirregular season opener against Northern Kentucky.Badgers to raise banner from Final Four, open non-conference playAfter what was a long, hype-filled summer following a Final Four run last season, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team is Read… Women’s soccer also takes to the pitch at the McClimon Soccer Complex in the first round of the NCAA Tournament as they take on DePaul.
Underneath the Museum of the North in Fairbanks are rows upon rows of artifacts from across the state. One group of items, unearthed during the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, still have a role to play in Alaska’s modern development process. Scott Shirar, Archeology Collection Manager, offers a behind the scenes look at the artifacts, while Assistant Field Manager Bill Hedman (Bureau of Land Management) discusses the challenge of organizing data that is over 40 years old.Video: Eric KetoMusic: Garrett BevinsAdditional Footage: Alaska Film Archives, USGSListen Now