Sports – Monday, December 15th, 2014

The Packers
laid a giant egg on Sunday afternoon, losing at Buffalo 21-13.  Aaron Rodgers completed just 17 of 42 passes
for 185 yards and he had two interceptions. 
The team had a season high seven dropped passes in a passing game that
was never in sync all day.  Eddie Lacy
had 97 yards and the games only touchdown. 
The loss drops Green Bay
to 10-4 on the season and all the way down to the #6 seed in the NFC playoff
race.  Detroit
rallied to beat Minnesota
16-14 and pull even on top of the division, but they own the tie breaker.  That way the tie breakers shake out, no
matter what happens next weekend, the NFC North champ will be determined by who
wins in week 17 when the Packers host Detroit.
Green Bay heads to Tampa Bay
next week.  Talk Packer football tonight
at 6pm during In The Huddle with TJ Lang and David Bakhtiari. 


The Dallas
Cowboys took 1st place in the NFC East with a 38-27 win over Philadelphia.  The Eagles currently are out of the
playoffs.  The 49ers have been eliminated
from playoff contention after losing to Seattle
17-7.  Seattle is the #5 seed right now. The NFL
week wraps up tonight as the Bears host New Orleans.  A win by the Saints puts them in 1st
place in the NFC South.


Things in
the AFC are much more clear as New England, Denver,
and Indianapolis
have all clinched their divisions.  The
Bengals lead the AFC North by a half game over Pittsburgh
and Baltimore.


The Bucks open
up a four game west coast road trip tonight at Phoenix
You’ll hear the game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 7:40pm with the tip set
for 8pm.


College Basketball

Milwaukee 73 Montana


December 15th


WLA @ Fox Valley

Oakfield @




North Fond du Lac @ Lomira

Oakfield @
New Holstein

Ripon @ Appleton Xavier