KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/17/19
Wisconsin 37, Nebraska 21
–Jonathan Taylor ran for 204 yards and two touchdowns as the Badgers beat Nebraska to keep pace in the Big Ten West division race. After today’s game, Taylor now has 5,634 career rushing yards, good for second place on the Big Ten’s all-time rushing list – and a total that now pushes him past Herschel Walker for the most ever by an FBS player through his junior season. With the win, Wisconsin has now beaten Nebraska seven straight times. Wisconsin plays host to Purdue next Saturday – kickoff is set for 3 pm.
#20 Iowa 23, #8 Minnesota 19
–Hawkeyes quarterback Nate Stanley threw for two touchdowns as Iowa handed the Gophers their first loss of the season.
Michigan 44, Michigan State 10
Penn State 34, Indiana 27
Ohio State 56, Rutgers 21
Northwestern 45, UMass 6 (Non-Conference)
UW-Oshkosh 27, UW-Whitewater 20
–The Titans intercepted the Warhawks a total of five times as they clinch a share of the WIAC Championship and the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Division 3 playoffs.
UW-River Falls 31, UW-Platteville 24
UW-La Crosse 34, UW-Stevens Point 17
UW-Stout 45, UW-Eau Claire 17
Illinois College 35, Ripon College 21
Monmouth College (IL) 10, St. Norbert College 7
Knox College 27, Beloit College 11
Aurora University 70, Lakeland University 14
Men’s College Basketball:
The Wisconsin and Marquette men’s basketball teams renew their in-state rivalry this afternoon at the Kohl Center. The Golden Eagles rallied past Purdue 66-55 Wednesday night to improve to 2-and-0. The 2-and-1 Badgers hit seven three-pointers in a 83-63 win over McNeese State at home on Wednesday. U-W sophomore Kobe King did not play due to a leg injury. Marquette won last season’s matchup 74-69 behind 27 points from Markus Howard. Listen to the game on KFIZ – coverage starts at 11 am, tipoff is at Noon.
Women’s College Basketball:
Loras College (IA) 88, UW-Oshkosh 83 (OT)
UW-Green Bay 72, Missouri 64
Milwaukee 102, Indiana 83
–Giannis Antetokounmpo posted another double-double – 26 points and 13 rebounds – as the Bucks rolled past the Pacers in Indianapolis for their third straight win. Milwaukee travels to Chicago on Monday night.
Brooklyn 117, Chicago 111
Houston 125, Minnesota 105
Lake Forest College 6, Marian 4
Notre Dame 5, Wisconsin 4 (OT)
Adrian College 8, Marian 0
Wisconsin 3, Minnesota State 2
Chicago 7, Nashville 2
Carolina 4, Minnesota 3 (OT)