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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/6/20

06-Jan-2020

NFL: 


NFC Wild Card Playoffs: 


Minnesota 26, New Orleans 20 (OT)

--Kirk Cousins’ four-yard touchdown pass to Kyle Rudolph on the first possession of overtime gave the Vikings an upset win over the Saints in New Orleans. Minnesota travels to San Francisco in the Divisional Round on Saturday. 


Seattle 17, Philadelphia 9

--Russell Wilson threw for 325 yards and a touchdown as Seattle eliminated Philadelphia with a win on the road. The Seahawks will play at Green Bay in the Divisional Round next Sunday, kickoff is 5:40 PM. 


Men’s College Basketball: 


Big Ten: 


#14 Michigan State 87, #12 Michigan 69


Minnesota 77, Northwestern 68


Illinois 63, Purdue 37


Horizon League: 


IUPUI 93, UW-Green Bay 78


UW-Milwaukee 64, Illinois-Chicago 62


Women’s College Basketball: 


Big East: 


Marquette 60, Providence 50


NBA: 


The Milwaukee Bucks start a four-game road trip against a familiar opponent.  Just two days after whipping San Antonio in the Fiserv Forum 127-118, the same two teams meet tonight (Monday) on the Spurs’ home court. The Bucks and Spurs were fairly even Saturday until midway through the third period when Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 15 straight points. After a hot-shooting first half, the Spurs were able to connect on only 26 percent of their shots in the last two periods. San Antonio is an annual playoff contender that is suffering through a 14-20 season right now, but the team is much better at home winning 10-of-19 games while going four-and-11 on the road. Tipoff is at 7:30 PM - listen on KFIZ starting at 7. 


Minnesota 118, Cleveland 103


LA Lakers 106, Detroit 99


College Hockey: 


Women’s: 


St. Mary’s (MN) 4, Marian 2


NHL: 


Chicago 4, Detroit 2


Calgary 5, Minnesota 4 (Shootout)


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