It's rather hard to pick out the single biggest highlight of Wisconsin's 2010 season. Was it the victory over Ohio State in Madison? Maybe it was the entire season in general, as the Badgers earned a share of the Big Ten title and made a trip to the Rose Bowl. Of course, that trip ended in a loss to TCU, so it may have put a bittersweet spin on the year.
So, with that in mind, it was probably the production of this video that we posted here back in October. The one that taught all of us how to Bucky.
Yes, who could forget such a memorable anthem? The makers of that video are likely millionaires now, living in mansions and driving cars so awesome, the rest of us aren't even aware they've been invented yet. Or, at least, some of the producers of the video are rich apparently. Others feel they aren't getting their cut, and want to teach us all how to commit assault and battery.
A 19-year old Madison man was knocked unconscious early Friday morning and taken to a local hospital with a broken nose, a broken orbital bone, and cut to his eye requiring multiple stitches following a fight on Langdon Street. The victim and a 22-year old friend were battered outside of a residence following a dispute with the suspects listed above. One, Mr. Andrew Schecher, had evidently helped the 22-year old victim film the popular dance video: "Teach me how to Bucky" and has not been happy about his level of compensation for his efforts. He says he and his twin brother, the other suspect, had gone to Langdon Street in order to speak with the 22-year old regarding the financial disagreement when a fight broke out.Imagine what would have happened if the Schecher brothers went over there to get into a fight!
Hat tip: Dr. Saturday