KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/27/2020
KFIZ Sports Scoreboard:
Houston 41, Detroit 25
–Deshaun Watson threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns as the Texans scored a Thanksgiving Day win over the Lions in Detroit. Former Badger JJ Watt started the scoring on the day for Houston with a 19-yard pick six in the first quarter. Adrian Peterson ran for two scores in the loss for Detroit, who falls to 4-7 on the season. The Lions travel to Chicago next Sunday.
Washington 41, Dallas 16
–Antonio Gibson ran for three touchdowns in Washington’s win over Dallas on the road.
Men’s College Basketball:
#8 Illinois 97, Chicago State 38
Nevada 69, Nebraska 66
Clemson 81, Purdue 70
>>Packers Injury Report Includes 21 Players
(Green Bay, WI) — The Green Bay Packers will field a banged-up group of players when they host the Bears on Sunday Night Football. Twenty-one players are on the Packers’ injury report this week and defensive lineman Montravius Adams is gone for the rest of the season. Cornerback Kevin King and wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling were added to the injury report Thursday. Both were limited participants in practice. Adams will be missed because he was one of the Packers’ best run-stoppers. The Bears aren’t much of a running team and they apparently plan to start Mitch Trubisky at quarterback for the 7:20 p-m game.
[Packers injury report-
FULL PARTICIPATION: Christian Kirksey, Kamal Martin, Vernon Scott, Darrius Shepherd, Billy Winn.
LIMITED PRACTICE: Jaire Alexander, Tyler Ervin, Ka’dar Hollman, Kevin King, Allen Lazard, Corey Linsley, Lucas Patrick, Will Redmond, J-K Scott, Equanimeous St. Brown, Chandon Sullivan, Robert Tonyan, Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
DID NOT PARTICIPATE: Davante Adams, Josh Jackson, Marcedes Lewis.]
>>UW Women’s Hockey Trying Out New Set Of Goaltenders
(Madison, WI) — Wisconsin women’s hockey head coach Mark Johnson isn’t saying who’s going to start in goal for tonight’s (Friday’s) season opener at Ohio State. The player who gets the job will have to live up to a legacy of outstanding goaltenders for the Badgers. The last four to protect the net have all won a national championship or a Patty Kazmaier Award as the country’s best player. Graduate transfer Kennedy Blair may have the edge, but there is also highly-touted freshman Jane Gervais and holdovers Breanna Blesi and Cami Kronish. The Badgers are ranked number-one coming into the season and there are always high expectations. This year is no different.
>>Bucks Announce Signing Of 3 Bench Players
(Milwaukee, WI) — Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst says the three players his team signed Thursday bring “toughness, shooting and playoff experience” to the roster. The Bucks formalized agreements with forward Torrey Craig, guard Bryn Forbes and forward Bobby Portis. The 29-year-old Craig played for the Denver Nuggets for the last three seasons. Forbes is 27 and he comes from the San Antonio Spurs. And, Portis played for the Knicks last year. Forbes has the most starting experience, with 143 starts over the last two years.