KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/15/2020
KFIZ Sports Scoreboard:
High School Football:
New Holstein 20, Marshall 8
–The Huskies will play Watertown Luther Prep in game two of the postseason next week.
Wisconsin 49, Michigan 11
–The Badgers totaled 341 yards on the ground and scored five rushing touchdowns as they dominated Michigan from start to finish in Ann Arbor Saturday night.
The Badgers turned two first quarter interceptions into points, taking a 14-0 lead on touchdowns from Nakia Watson and Mason Stokke. Stokke and Watson would each score again in the second quarter as Wisconsin went into the half with a 28-0 lead.
The Badgers would continue their dominance in the second half, with Graham Mertz connecting with Jake Ferguson for a score in the third quarter, and Danny Davis and Jalen Berger adding touchdown runs in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
Michigan’s only points on the night came on a 46 yard field goal, and a touchdown pass and two-point conversion in the third quarter. Not much else went right for the Wolverines in Saturday’s contest – as they were outgained 468-to-219, and were held to just 47 yards rushing in the loss.
Wisconsin travels to unbeaten Northwestern next Saturday with first place in the Big Ten West on the line. Michigan drops to 1-3 and plays at Rutgers next week.
#23 Northwestern 27, Purdue 20
–The Wildcats improve to 4-0 on the season
#10 Indiana 24, Michigan State 0
–The Hoosiers improve to 4-0 on the season
Nebraska 30, Penn State 23
–The Huskers win their first game of the season, and drop the Nittany Lions to 0-4 on the year.
Illinois 23, Rutgers 20
Top 25 College Football:
#2 Notre Dame 45, Boston College 31
#6 Florida 63, Arkansas 35
–Gators’ quarterback Kyle Trask threw for six touchdowns – five of them coming in the first half – in the win over the Razorbacks.
#9 Miami (FL) 25, Virginia Tech 24
#11 Oregon 43, Washington State 29
#16 Marshall 42, Middle Tennessee 14
Tulsa 28, #19 SMU 24
#20 USC 34, Arizona 30
#22 Liberty 58, Western Carolina 14
#25 Louisiana 38, South Alabama 10
Men’s College Hockey:
Wisconsin 5, Notre Dame 3
–Ryder Donovan lit the lamp twice for the Badgers as they improved to 2-0 on the season.