Sports : Monday, 10/30/17
Minnesota 33, Cleveland 16
–Case Keenum threw for 288 yards and two touchdowns as the Vikings dropped the Browns to 0-8 for the season with a win in the final London game of the 2017 season. Minnesota has won four in a row heading into their bye week next week.
New Orleans 20, Chicago 12
–The Saints got rushing touchdowns from Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara as they held off the Bears in New Orleans Sunday afternoon. Chicago drops to 3-5 with the loss, they’re on a bye next week and host the Packers in two weeks.
Pittsburgh 20, Detroit 15
–The Lions totaled 482 yards of offense, but never found the end zone in the loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday Night Football. Five Matt Prater Field Goals accounted for all of Detroit’s scoring in the game. Steelers rookie receiver JuJu Smith Schuster had seven catches for 193 yards and a touchdown in the win. The Lions travel to Green Bay next Monday night.
Tonight on Monday Night Football, Kansas City hosts Denver. Coverage begins at 7pm after “In The Huddle” on KFIZ.
The Badgers climbed to number four in both national polls this week after a 24-10 win over Illinois on Saturday. Wisconsin moves up from number five in both the USA Today Coaches Poll and the Associated Press Top 25. In the AP Poll, Alabama remains at number one, while Georgia climbs to number two. Ohio State jumps up three spots to number three ahead of the Badgers at four. Notre Dame rounds out the top five, with the second five consisting of Clemson, Penn State, Oklahoma, Miami (FL) and TCU. The first set of rankings by the College Football Playoff Committee will be released on Tuesday. The Badgers play at Indiana this Saturday, kickoff is at 11 am.
Milwaukee 117, Atlanta 106
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Bucks improved to 4-2 with a road win over Atlanta Sunday afternoon. Khris Middleton added 27 in the win for Milwaukee. The Bucks host Oklahoma City on Tuesday Night.
MLB: World Series (Game 5):
Houston 13, LA Dodgers 12 (10 Innings)
–Alex Bregman’s RBI single in the 10th gave the Astros a win in a wild game five in Houston. The Dodgers raced out to a 4-0 lead before the Astros surged back to tie it. The game then seesawed back and forth, with the Dodgers tying the game in the ninth, followed by Bregman walking it off for Houston in the 10th. Game six is tomorrow night in Los Angeles, Houston can win the series with a victory.