KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/11/18
The Packers will be losing another member of their front office staff. Eliot Wolf, the team’s director of football operations will be moving to Cleveland and joining John Dorsey’s staff with the Browns. Dorsey was hired by Cleveland last month after Browns owner Jimmy Haslam fired vice president Sashi Brown. Wolf will be the Assistant General Manager in Cleveland. He also reportedly had an offer to join Jon Gruden’s staff in Oakland and interviewed for the Packers’ GM job that eventually went to Brian Gutekunst.
The Packers are set to hire former New York Giants quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti to the same position in Green Bay. Cignetti has served in that role with the Giants since 2016, and previously had stops in St. Louis and San Francisco, along with several stops in the college ranks. Cignetti replaces Alex Van Pelt who’s contract was not renewed.
Men’s College Basketball:
UW-Oshkosh 89, UW-Stout 66
UW-Whitewater 78, UW-Eau Claire 65
UW-River Falls 91, UW-Platteville 84
UW-Stevens Point 66, UW-La Crosse 64
Michigan State 76, Rutgers 72 (OT)
Northwestern 83, Minnesota 60
IUPUI 72, Milwaukee 71
Illinois-Chicago 84, Green Bay 73
Women’s College Basketball:
Wisconsin Lutheran 70, Marian 33
UW-Oshkosh 67, UW-Stout 47
UW-Whitewater 86, UW-Eau Claire 61
UW-La Crosse 51, UW-Stevens Point 36
UW-River Falls 79, Platteville 45
Marquette 77, Providence 60
Milwaukee 110, Orlando 103
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 26 points, Khris Middleton added 22 in the win for the Bucks. Milwaukee hosts Golden State on Friday.
Texas 124, Wisconsin 113
–Xavier Munford led the herd with 26 points, Joel Bolomboy added 24 points and 18 rebounds in the loss for Wisconsin. The Herd plays at Austin on Friday.
Reliever Boone Logan and the Milwaukee Brewers have finalized a $2.5 million, one-year contract. The 33-year-old left-hander was 1-0 with a 4.71 ERA in 38 games for Cleveland last year, striking out 28 in 21 innings. He is 29-23 with a 4.47 ERA and three saves in 619 relief appearances for the Chicago White Sox (2006-08), Atlanta (2009), the New York Yankees (2010-13), Colorado (2014-16) and Cleveland (2017).