Sports – Monday, January 12th, 2015
The Green Bay Packers earned a trip to the NFC Championship
Game with a hard fought 26-21 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at Lambeau
Field. Aaron Rodger’s 13 yard TD pass to
Richard Rodgers with 9:10 left in the 4th quarter provided the
winning points. The Packers got help from the video booth with 4:06 left in the
game when Tony Romo apparently completed a 31 yard pass to Dez Bryant inside
the 1 yard line on 4th down that could have set up a go-ahead
touchdown. The Packers challenged the
call and the call was reversed, giving the Packers the ball. Aaron Rodger’s threw the dagger on 12 yard
pass on 3rd down to Randall Cobb just after the 2-minute warning to
secure the win. Rodgers finished with
316 yards and three touchdowns through the air.
Rookie Devante Adams caught 7 passes for 117 yards and a TD. Cobb caught 8 passes for 116 yards. Eddie Lacy ran for 101 yards on 19
carries. The win sends the Packers to
a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.
The game will kickoff at 2pm central time and you’ll hear it on
News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.
Talk Packer Football tonight on KFIZ with TJ Lang and David
Bakthiari from 6pm to 7pm during In The Huddle.
The Indianapolis Colts punched their ticket to the AFC
Championship Game with a 24-13 win at
on Sunday night. Andrew Luck threw for
265 yards, 2 TDs, and 2 INTs to lead Indy.
Petyon Manning threw for just 211 yards and a touchdown in what might be
his final NFL game. The Colts will
the Super Bowl at stake. The game kicks
off at 5:30pm, central. You’ll hear it
College football’s national champion will be crowned tonight
in the first over College Football Playoff Championship Game. That game will kickoff at 7:30pm, central in
The 4th ranked Badger men’s basketball team
played without Frank Kaminsky and lost at
67-62. The Scarlett Knights outscored
Bucky 44-27 in the 2nd half to turn the 12 point halftime deficit
into the 5 point win. Kaminsky sat out
the game with a concussion. Sam Dekker
and Nigel Hayes each scored 15 for UW.
The Badgers host
Men’s College Baskeball
NC State 87 #2 Duke 75
Jimmy Walker and Hideki Matsyama share the 54 hole lead at
the Tournament of Champions on the PGA Tour.
Women’s College Hockey
Marian 2 Hamline 0
Monday, January 12th
Oakfield @ Random
@ Fondy-Waupun – 7:30pm