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Monday, March 31st, 2014

31-Mar-2014

It’s opening day for the Milwaukee Brewers as they hosts the Atlanta Braves at Miller Park. Jean Segura is expected to get the start at shortstop today after missing most of spring training with a shoulder issue.   Yovani Gallardo makes his 5th straight opening day start for the Brewers.  Coverage begins at 12:35pm with the first pitch set for 1:10pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

Last night, San Diego beat the Dodgers 3-1 to kick off the MLB season on American soil.

 

The NCAA Final Four filled out their field on Sunday as Connecticut stopped Michigan State 60-54 and Kentucky got a late three pointer to edge Michigan 75-72.

 

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team returned to Madison to thousands of fans at the Kohl Center.  Bo Ryan’s squad earned the 3rd Final Four in school history with their 64-63 overtime win over Arizona.  The Badgers will face Kentucky in the 2nd of 2 national semifinals next Saturday night.  The tip is set for 7:49pm in New Orleans.  You’ll hear that game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  UConn plays Florida in the early game. 

 

The Bucks are in Detroit tonight.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 6:10pm.

 

Kurt Busch won the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville on Sunday. Jimmie Johnson was 2nd and Dale Earnhardt, Junior was 3rd.  Earnhardt retakes the points lead with his finish.  Matt Kenseth was 6th.

 

Steven Bowditch won the Texas Open on the PGA Tour by one shot over Will MacKenzie and Daniel Summerhayes.  Madison’s Jerry Kelly tied for 6th, 3 shots off the pace.

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