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Sports : Monday, 11/6/17



The Packers face the Lions tonight at Lambeau Field as they return from the Bye Week with two consecutive games with NFC North opponents. On the injury report, Tight End Martellus Bennett, linebacker Ahmad Brooks and defensive tackle Quinton Dial are all listed as doubtful for tonight’s game. Meanwhile, cornerbacks Damarious Randall and Kevin King and offensive lineman Lane Taylor are all questionable. Linebacker Joe Thomas is out with an ankle injury. Coverage on the Packers Radio Network begins at 5pm with kickoff around 7:30 on KFIZ.

College Football:

The Wisconsin football team had mixed results in this week’s national polls after a 45-17 road win over Indiana on Saturday. The Badgers climbed a spot to number three in the nation in the USA Today Coaches Poll, while falling two spots to number six in the Associated Press Top 25. In the AP Poll, Alabama and Georgia remain number one and two, with Notre Dame climbing up to third, Clemson at four and Oklahoma at five. Behind the Badgers at number six are Miami, TCU, Washington and Auburn. The Badgers next opponent, the Iowa Hawkeyes, returned to the rankings this week at #25 after their 55-24 dismantling of Ohio State in Iowa City on Saturday.

College Basketball:

Wisconsin 85, UW-Stout 56

--Freshman Kobe King scored 17 points on six of nine shooting off the bench, while Brad Davison added 13 as the Badgers defeated the Blue Devils at the Kohl Center in the final exhibition game of the year. The Badgers host South Carolina State in the regular season opener on Friday.

Women’s College Hockey:

Wisconsin 3, Ohio State 1

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