Sports - Thursday, November 14th, 2013
The Packers hit the practice field yesterday with Scott
Tolzien as their starting quarterback and Matt Flynn as the backup. Less than two weeks ago Tolzien was on the
practice squad and Flynn was unemployed after being cut by Buffalo.
Don Barclay, Casey Hayward, Johnny Jolly, Mike Neal and Nick Perry all
sat out practice. Sunday’s kickoff is
set for 3:25pm with pregame set for 1pm on KFIZ.
Thursday Night Football tonight features Tennessee
hosting Indianapolis. Coverage begins at 7pm on News-Talk 1450
The Bucks blew a 19 point lead and lost to Orlando 94-91 last night. OJ Mayo led the way with 25 points. Milwaukee
had just 8 healthy players entering the game and Caron Bulter hurt his shoulder
in the final two minutes. Milwaukee is at Indiana
on Friday night.
The Dodgers Clayton Kershaw and the Tigers Max Scherzer won
the National League and American League Cy Young Awards respectively on
Wednesday. The MVPs will be announced
Long-time radio host and Marquette radio play-by-play man
Steve “The Homer” True is in critical condition at a Milwaukee hospital after being hit by an
alleged drunk driver about 10am yesterday morning. True’s car was T-Boned at an intersection by
a car that ran a red light. True has
been the voice of Marquette basketball for 20
years and hosts an afternoon sports talk show on ESPN 540 in Milwaukee.
Marquette University announced on Wednesday that Fond du Lac High School Senior Jenna Rosenthal
signed her national letter of intent to play volleyball at the school. The 6’5 middle hitter averaged almost four
kills and one block per set this past season and set a school record with 264
The All-Fox Valley Association Girls Golf Team has been
announced and Fond du Lac
junior Shania Schibbelhut has made the First Team. Senor Courtney Kohlmann gets Honorable
Mention honors as well.
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