Wisconsin's Mt. Rushmore of Sports

Updated: February 4, 2009, 2:49 PM ET
ESPN

ESPN reviewed the submissions and discussions on your state/region's conversation page. The four figures on Wisconsin's Sports Rushmore are below:

Hank Aaron (Milwaukee Braves, Milwaukee Brewers) - Aaron hit 420 of his then MLB-record 755 HR in a Milwaukee uniform.

Brett Favre (Green Bay Packers) - The three-time NFL MVP is the NFL's all-time leader in passing yards, touchdowns and completions.

Vince Lombardi (Green Bay Packers) - Lombardi coached the Packers to five NFL titles, including first two Super Bowls.

Al McGuire (Marquette Golden Eagles) - Before embarking onto a successful broadcasting career, McGuire coached the Warriors to the 1977 NCAA Championship.

Other standouts (even more nominees in conversation)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Milwaukee Bucks) - Played first six NBA seasons with Bucks; led team to only NBA title in 1970-71

Barry Alvarez (Wisconsin Badgers) - Won 3 Big Ten titles and Rose Bowls; currently the school's AD

Alan Ameche (Kenosha, Wisconsin Badgers) - Won 1954 Heisman Trophy; scored winning TD in 1958 NFL Championship Game

Eric Heiden (Madison) - Won all five speedskating gold medals at the 1980 Olympics

Dan Jansen (West Allis) - Set world record and won gold medal in 1,000m speedskating at 1994 Olympics

Bob Johnson (Wisconsin Badgers) - 'Badger Bob' led Wisconsin to 3 NCAA titles; won Stanley Cup as Penguins coach

Curly Lambeau (Green Bay, Green Bay Packers) - Founded the Packers in 1919; played, coached and was president of organization

Paul Molitor (Milwaukee Brewers) - Five-time All-Star with Brewers; member of Baseball Hall of Fame

Bud Selig (Milwaukee, Milwaukee Brewers) - Brought baseball franchise to Milwaukee in 1970; MLB Commissioner since 1998

Bart Starr (Green Bay Packers) - Quarterbacked Packers to five NFL Championships, including Super Bowls I and II

Bob Uecker (West Allis, Milwaukee Brewers) - Radio play-by-play announcer for Brewers since 1971

Robin Yount (Milwaukee Brewers) - Two-time AL MVP in 20-season career; member of Baseball Hall of Fame

Other potential nominees: Ron Dayne, Mark Johnson, Oscar Robertson, Al Simmons