Sports – Monday, December 10th, 2012

Packers Rally To Beat Lions

After falling behind 14-0 Green Bay beat the Lions for the 21st straight time at home with a 27-20 victory at Lambeau Field.  Rookie DL Mike Daniels sparked the team when he picked up a Matthew Stafford fumbled and rumbled 43 yards for a score to cut the Lions lead to 14-10.  Aaron Rodgers gave Green Bay the lead with a 27 yard TD run.  Rookie DuJuan Harris provided the game winning points with a TD run in the 4th quarter.  At 9-4, the Packers can clinch the NFC North with a win at Chicago next Sunday.  That game kicks off at noon.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ. (Cover pic from Mike Clemens)


In The Huddle

Talk Packers football tonight on KFIZ during In The Huddle with Bill Scott and tight end DJ Williams. 



Monday Night Fooball

Houston @ New England – 7pm on KFIZ



Alvarez Add Out Clause

Badgers Athletic Director Barry Alvarez says that his next head coach will have a clause in his contract that he must inform him if he interviews for another job.  That will avoid him being blind-sided like he was with Bret Bielema.



UW-Oshkosh Falls Short

The UW-Oshkosh football team lost to St. Thomas 28-14 in the NCAA Division III Semifinals on Saturday.  WLA grad Caleb Voss was a big part of the Titans success this season as he finished with 1333 receiving yards.  That’s the most by a WIAC receiver in 25 years.



Bucks Win

Milwaukee 97 Brooklyn 88 – Jennings 26 pts, Ellis 24 pts



College Hoops

DePaul 84 UW-Milwaukee 50



Former Brewers on the Move

Ex-Brewer Zack Greinke signed a six-year, $147 million dollar free agent contract with the LA Dodgers on Sunday.  Former Brewers farm-hand Jake Odorizzi was part of a blockbuster deal where the Kansas City Royals send their top prospects to Tampa Bay for pitcher James Shields.


Pro Bowlers Tour Coming Back to the Milwaukee

After being gone for six years, the Professional Bowlers Association will return to Milwaukee for the 2013 season.  Milwaukee will host the Summer Swing in 2013.  The stepladder event will held on May 19th, and then return in June 1st and 2nd.



Women’s College Hockey

UW-Eau Claire 4 Marian 1