KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/6/18

Men’s College Basketball:


Rockford 115, Marian 110 (4OT)

–Tyrese Pinson had his first career double-double in the loss for the Sabres, scoring 31 points and 15 rebounds to go along with four assists and four steals. Logan Hamilton also had a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds in the loss. Marian drops to 1-3 in conference, 2-4 overall.

Midwest Conference:

Beloit College 62, Ripon College 53

Big Ten:

Ohio State 77, Illinois 67

Minnesota 85, Nebraska 78

Women’s College Basketball:

Midwest Conference:

Ripon College 75. Beloit College 54


Milwaukee 115, Detroit 92

–Eric Bledsoe scored 27 points to lead the Bucks, while Giannis Antetokounmpo had 15 points and eight rebounds in the win for Milwaukee. The Bucks improve to 16-7 overall and welcome the Golden State Warriors to Milwaukee tomorrow night.

Minnesota 121, Charlotte 104


The Packers claimed a former Wisconsin Badger off waivers on Wednesday. Safety Natrell Jamerson was a sixth round pick in this year’s draft by New Orleans and was claimed off waivers by Houston in early September. He played in 10 games for the Texans – registering five tackles, a pass defensed and two special teams tackles. Jamerson was claimed after cornerback Kevin King was placed on season-ending injured reserve after a lingering hamstring injury has kept him sidelined. It’s the second year in a row King has ended the year on the injured list – after a shoulder injury ended his rookie campaign last year.

College Football:

Four UW-Oshkosh football players received All-West Region honors by D3Football.com this week. Linebacker Derrick Jennings Jr. and offensive lineman Alex Wendorf earned first team All-Region honors, while cornerback AJ Plewa and safety Cole Yoder were named second team All-West Region by the national website. Oshkosh took a step back this season compared to their recent success – finishing 6-4 overall with a 4-3 mark in WIAC play. The Titans have compiled a 69-16 record since 2012, with three of the last seven WIAC titles, and four NCAA Division Three postseason appearances – reaching the title game in 2016, the final four in 2012 and 2017 and the quarterfinals in 2015.