KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/1/18
Men’s College Soccer:
Ripon College 0, Illinois College 0 (Tie – 2OT)
Women’s College Soccer:
Ripon College 6, Illinois College 0
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 11, Detroit 0
–Jesus Aguilar and Travis Shaw each hit home runs, and the Brewers used a six-run seventh inning to complete the sweep over Detroit at Miller Park Sunday afternoon. Ryan Braun also collected two hits in the win for the Brewers – their seventh straight to end the regular season. With the Cubs win over St. Louis on Sunday, there will be a tiebreaker game at Wrigley Field this afternoon to decide the Division Champion. The winner will advance to the National League Division Series, while the loser hosts the loser of the Colorado/LA Dodgers tiebreaker game later this afternoon in Tuesday’s Wild Card game. Coverage of today’s tiebreaker game begins at 11:30 this morning, first pitch at 12:05 on KFIZ.
Chicago Cubs 10, St. Louis 5
Pittsburgh 6, Cincinnati 5 (10 Innings)
Minnesota 5, Chicago White Sox 4
Cleveland 2, Kansas City 1
Green Bay 22, Buffalo 0
–Aaron Rodgers threw for 298 yards, one touchdown and one interception and the Packers defense sacked Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen seven times as Green Bay beat Buffalo at Lambeau Field Sunday afternoon. Rodgers connected with Jimmy Graham in the first quarter for a three-yard touchdown, with Aaron Jones running for a score early in the second quarter to help Green Bay build a 16-0 halftime lead. Two more field goals from Mason Crosby extended the lead out – while the defense pitched a shutout, the team’s first since 2010 and the first in Lambeau Field since 2009. The 2-1-1 Packers visit Detroit next Sunday.
Chicago 48, Tampa Bay 10
–Mitchell Trubisky threw for six touchdowns – five in the first half – as the Bears routed the Buccaneers at Soldier Field. The Bears are 3-1 and are on their bye week next week.
Dallas 26, Detroit 24
–Brett Maher made a 38 yard field goal as time expired to lift the Cowboys past the Lions in Dallas. Matthew Stafford threw for 307 yards and two scores – both to Golden Tate – in the loss.
The Badgers dropped a spot in this week’s Associated Press Top 25, after having the week off. Wisconsin fell from number 15 to number 16 as the Badgers get ready to resume action this Saturday against Nebraska at Camp Randall Stadium. Nebraska is 0-4 on the year after a 42-28 home loss to Purdue on Saturday. The 0-4 start is the worst for the Cornhuskers since 1945, when they opened with five straight losses. Nebraska has lost eight straight games dating back to last season, when they lost their last four games in a 4-8 finish.