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Sports - Thursday, November 15th, 2012


Ledgers Defend Title

St. Mary’s Springs will defend their WIAA Division Six State Football Championship this afternoon as they play Eau Claire Regis at Madison’s Camp Randall Stadium Both team come into the game with perfect 12-0 records.  Coverage begins at 12:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show. The kickoff is set for 1pm.   The game will also stream at kfiz.com and is presented by the BCI Burke Company, Immel Insurance and Financial Services, and Taco Bell.


Prep Scoreboard

Thursday, November 15th

Boys Basketball

Horicon @ Laconia

Lomira @ St. Lawrence

Kiel @ Chlton

Oakfield @ Random Lake


Gators Run By Badgers

Florida 74 Wisconsin 56 – Dekker & Berggren at 11 for UW


Bucks Win

Bucks 99 Pacers 85 – Jennings and Ellis 16 points each


Matthews Out

Clay Matthews is officially out of Sunday’s game at Detroit with a hamstring injury.  Head Coach Mike McCarthy told the media they expected the All-Pro to miss Sunday’s game all along.  Kickoff is set for Noon on KFIZ.


Thursday Night Football

Miami @ Buffalo – 7pm on KFIZ


Badgers Host Buckeyes

The Wisconsin Badger football team hosts unbeaten Ohio State and Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.  OSU and Penn State can’t represent the Leaders Division in the Big Ten Championship Game because they are on NCAA probation, so the Badgers have already clinched the spot in the December 1st game, but UW wants to win the division outright.  The kickoff on Saturday is set for 2:30pm with the pregame set for 12:30pm on KFIZ.


Cy Young Winner

The Mets RA Dickey won the National League Cy Young Award and Tampa Bay’s David Price won the American League honor. 

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