Sports - Wednesday, November 5th, 2013
Life without Aaron Rodgers begins today as the Green Bay
Packers get back on the practice field. On
his weekly radio show on ESPN Milwaukee Tuesday Rodgers said that he had a
broken collarbone and there was no timetable set for his return. Senenca Wallace will get all the snaps and
Mike McCarthy is confident he will get the job done.
The Packers put TE Jermichael Finley and LB Sam Barrington on injured reserve
on Tuesday. Tackle Derek Sherrod was
moved to the active roster and QB Scott Tolzien was promoted from the practice
squad. Clay Matthews also will get back
on the practice field as he recovers from a broken thumb.
The Badgers are not sure if WR Jared Abbredaeris will be
ready to go on Saturday when UW hosts BYU.
He hurt his ribs in Saturday’s win at Iowa.
Kickoff is set for 2:30pm with the kickoff at 12:30pm on KFIZ.
The Bucks host Cleveland
tonight at the BMO
Center. Former Bucks All-Star Michael Redd will officially
announced his retirement, and will speak
to the crowd between the 1st and 2nd quarter of the game
tonight. He played 11 seasons in Milwaukee and was an All-Star in 2004 and won an Olympic
gold medal in 2008 for Team USA.
Coverage begins at 6:40pm on KFIZ.
The Fond du Lac
boys volleyball team saw their season come to an end with a 3-1 loss at Hartland
Arrowhead on Tuesday night in the Sectional Semifinal.
St. Mary’s Springs hosts
Oshkosh Lourdes on Friday night at Fruth Field in a WIAA Division Six high
school football quarterfinal. You’ll
hear all the action on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.
Coverage begins at 6:20pm with the kickoff set for 7pm. It also streams at kfiz.com.
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