Sports - Sunday, October 28th, 2012
Packers Host Jags
The Packers hope to make it three straight wins today as they host Jacksonville at Lambeau Field. The Packers are banged up and we’ll have to wait and see who actually plays. Greg Jennings and Charles Woodson are officially out of the game. There are 13 total players listed on the injury report. RB Maurice Jones-Drew will miss the game for Jacksonville with a foot injury, but starting QB Blaine Gabbert will get the start even though he has an injury to his non-throwing shoulder. Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon on KFIZ.
Michigan State rallied to beat Wisconsin 16-13 in overtime at Camp Randall on Saturday. The win by the Spartans ended Wisconsin’s 21 game home winning streak. Wisconsin led 10-3 late before Sparty TD with 1:08 to play. In OT, UW had to settle for a Kyle French field goal to make it 13-10. MSU got the win when QB Andrew Maxwell hit Bennie Fowler on an 8 yard TD. Bucky lost QB Joel Stave in the game with an injured non-throwing shoulder. He’ll be evaluated and could miss the rest of the season. UW is off next week and then travels to Indiana on November 10th.
Badgers Lose Gasser
Wisconsin point guard Josh Gasser will miss the entire 2012-2013 season after tearing his ACL at practice on Saturday. The junior from Port Washington will take a medical redshirt and will have two year of eligibility left at UW. Redshirt freshman George Marshall will now get the call at PG for Bucky.
San Francisco 3 Detroit 0 – Giants lead series 3-0
State Boys Soccer
Division Three Championship
St. Anthony 4 WLA 1
State Cross Country
Waupun finished 12th and Winnebago Lutheran 14th at the WIAA Boys State Cross Country Meet in Wisconsin Rapids today. Waupun’s top finisher was Andrew Klapper who was 12th with a time of 16:27:43. WLA was paced by Mitch Bilitz who finished 13th with a time of 16:28:45. In the Division Two boys event, Laconia finished 15th with their top finisher being Chad Stahmann who was 32nd with a time of 17:20:23
Football PlayoffsSt. Mary’s Springs 45 Manawa 0 – Ledgers host Shiocton next weekend.
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