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Fail: ESPN thinks Wisconsin is in Minnesota

The largest sports news corporation aired a piece on SportsCenter last week on the Brewers’ Ryan Braun and the Packers’ Aaron Rogers -- along with a nice graphic of a big, yellow 'Wisconsin' in the shape of Minnesota.
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The largest sports news corporation aired a piece on SportsCenter last week on the Brewers’ Ryan Braun and the Packers’ Aaron Rogers -- along with a nice graphic of a big, yellow 'Wisconsin' in the shape of Minnesota.

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