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Sports - Thursday, February 5th, 2014

06-Feb-2014

  • The Denver Nuggets beat the Bucks 110-100 last night in the Mile High City.  Larry Sanders had 25 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.  Milwaukee opens up a six game homestand on Saturday night.

     

    Gary Andersen nailed down his first full recruiting class for the Badger football program on Wednesday.  The class includes 25 signees and 5 walk-ons.  The class has been ranked right around 30th in the nation and 4th in the Big Ten. 

     

    St. Mary’s Springs senior lineman Sam Schrauth signed a letter of intent to play at Division II Minnesota State-Mankato.  New Holstein had a pair of players sign on to play at Southwest State in Marshall Minnesota in Quinn Compton and Bobby Scherer.

     

    The Badgers lost one of their top recruiters on Wednesday as running backs coach Thomas Hammock left for the same position with the Baltimore Ravens.  The Packers also had interest in Hammock but were slow to move.

     

    The NFL is moving part of its Thursday night package to network TV.  They have reached a deal with CBS to simulcast 8 Thursday games of the season on both CBS and NFL Network. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will handle the play-by-play.  The NFL Network will then carry the final six games on Thursday and a Saturday double-header in Week 16.

     

    Former Packer safety Nick Collins would like to make a comeback.  ESPN.com reports that the former Pro Bowler wants a shot in an NFL camp this year.  He hasn’t played since injuring his neck in Week 2 of the 2011 season.  The Packers released him saying they didn’t want to assume the risk of him continuing his career.  Collins says he’s now 100% healthy.

     

    About 700,000 people showed up in Seattle to celebrate the Seahawks Super Bowl victory yesterday.  The festivities included running back Marshawn Lynch throwing Skittles to the crowd during the parade and Russell Wilson saying the team isn’t done wining the championships.

     

    The Sochi Olympics are underway in Russia today.  The games will hold their opening ceremonies tonight.

     

    Men’s College Basketball

    Green Bay 81 UIC 70

    MSOE 77 Marian 66

    Carroll 79 Ripon 75

     

    Women’s College Basketball

    Carroll 70 Ripon 63

    UW-Fond du Lac 59 UW-Marinette 44 – Abby Hilbert 16 pts, 12 rebounds

     

    Wednesday Boys Basketball

    Two Rivers 55 Campbellsport 35

     

    We’ve got high school boys basketball tonight on KFIZ as Fond du Lac hosts Kimberly.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm.  The game streams at kfiz.com. 

     

    Thursday, February 6th

    Boys Basketball

    Kimberly @ Fond du Lac

    Oshkosh West @ Appleton East

    Menasha @ Kaukauna

    Appleton North @ Oshkosh North

    Neenah @ Appleton West

    Berlin @ Ripon

    Dodgeland @ St. Lawrence

     

    Girls Basketball

    St. Mary’s Springs @ KML

    WLA @ Mayville

    North Fondy @ Lomira

    Laconia @ Omro

    Waupun @ Campbellsport

    New Holstein @ Kiel

    Plymouth @ Kewaskum

    Chilton @ Wrigtstown

    Oshkosh Lourdes @ Oakfield

    Randolph @ CWC 


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