Sports - Monday, January 6th, 2013
For the 2nd straight season, San Francisco knocked the Packers out of the
playoffs. This time Phil Dawson kicked
a 33-yard field goal as time expired to advance with a 23-20 win. The Packers and Niners went back and fourth
trading leads. Green Bay took a 17-13 lead on a John Kuhn TD
with 12:06 left in the 4th quarter. San Francisco answered with a TD as Vernon
Davis caught a 28 yard TD pass. Green
Bay looked like they might rally to take the lead but they couldn’t punch it in
with a 1st and goal at the 9 and settled for a field goal to tie the
game at 20. The Niners marched down the
field and won it as time expired. Collin Kaepernick burned Green Bay on the ground with 98 yards rushing
including some big runs to keep drives alive.
Eddie Lacy ran for 81 yards to lead the Packers. Aaron Rodgers threw for 188 yards as the
Packers go home earlier than they had hoped again.
Indianapolis 45 Kansas City 44
New Orleans 26 Philadelphia 24
San Diego 27 Cincinnati 10
New Orleans @ Seattle – 3:35pm
Indianapolis @ New England – 7:15pm
San Francisco @ Carolina – Noon – on KFIZ
San Diego @ Denver – 3:40pm – on KFIZ
College football will crown the final national champion in
the BCS era tonight as #1 Florida State takes on #2 Auburn
in Pasadena. Next season they will hold a four team
playoff to crown a champion.
The University of Texas has hired Louisville’s
Charlie Strong as their new head coach replacing Mack Brown.
The Badger men’s basketball team is 15-0 for the first time
in 100 years after a 75-71 win over Iowa the Kohl Center. With the Hawkeyes leading by 2 in the 2nd
half, head coach Fran McCaffery when nuts, going after and official in a wild
sequence that got him ejected. Wisconsin made 5 of 6
free throws and never looked back. The 4th
ranked Badgers were led by Ben Brust with 19 points.
With Mother Nature shutting down all high school athletic
events scheduled for tonight have been postponed including the Fond du Lac boys
basketball game with West Bend West which was scheduled to be broadcast on
KFIZ. We’ll let you know when they
announce a makeup date.
Please remember a few rules before posting comments:
- If you don't want people to see your email address, simply type in the URL of your favorite website or leave the field empty.
- Try to be civil to your fellow readers.
- Stay on topic. We want to hear your opinions and thoughts, but please only comment about the specified topic in article.