KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/14/2020

College Football:

Big Ten: 

Iowa 35, Minnesota 7

–Tyler Goodson ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns as the Hawkeyes dominated the Gophers for their sixth straight win in the series. 

Men’s College Hockey: 

Big Ten: 

Wisconsin 2, Notre Dame 0

Sports Headlines: 

>>Wisconsin Football Wins At Michigan Are Rare

(Ann Arbor, MI) — Wisconsin football victories at the “Big House,” Michigan’s home in Ann Arbor, are very rare. The last time the Badgers won a game there was 10 years ago. Only five Wisconsin head coaches in the program’s history have pulled that off. Paul Chryst will try to join the shortlist tonight (Saturday 6:30 p-m). Chryst was the Badgers’ offensive coordinator in 2010 when they surprised the Wolverines 48-28. Today’s game will be the ninth time Chryst has faced Michigan on the road with a U-W team. He was oh-and-2 as a player, 0-1 as an assistant coach, 1-and-2 as offensive coordinator, and is 0-2 as a head coach so far.

>>Well-Rested Green Bay Packers Host Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday

(Green Bay,WI) — The 6-and-2 Green Bay Packers meet the 1-and-7 Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Packers have been off since a 34-17 win at San Francisco November 5th. The Jaguars look to snap a seven-game losing streak with rookie quarterback Jake Luton under center. Luton made his first career start in last week’s 27-25 loss to Houston and threw for 304 yards and a touchdown. Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander is listed as doubtful against the Jags tomorrow. Green Bay is expected to get All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari back and Aaron Rodgers says they are getting healthy at a crucial time of the season. The Pack are 4-and-2 all time versus Jacksonville.

>>Wisconsin DNR Urges Hunters Not to Put Deer Stands in Ash Trees

(Madison, WI) — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is urging hunters not place their deer stands in or near ash trees this season. The DNR says Door County, counties in the southern half of Wisconsin and along the Mississippi River are heavily impacted by ash trees that are dead or dying from emerald ash borer (EAB) infestation. They warn that infected trees may unexpectedly snap or drop large branches. DNR Forest Health specialist Bill McNee says infested or dead ash trees are not as structurally sound as healthy trees. Tree stand accidents are the leading cause of serious injury for deer hunters making it essential to place and maintain tree stands carefully.