Sports – Monday, November 10th, 2014

The Packers laid the
Smackdown on the Chicago Bears 55-14 on Sunday night at Lambeau Field…and it
wasn’t that close.  Aaron Rodgers threw
for 315 yards and six touchdowns in the first half as Green Bay built a 42-0 lead.  Jordy Nelson caught six passes for 152 yards
and touchdowns of 73 and 40 yards. 
Rodgers six TDs ties Matt Flynn’s team record for a single game.  He also has 16 career touchdown passes of  70 yards or more.  That’s an NFL record.  The win keeps Green Bay one game behind Detroit in the NFC North
race at 6-3.  The Lions rallied to beat
the Dolphins 20-16.  Talk Packer football
tonight during In The Huddle from 6pm to 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ. 


The NFL week wraps up
tonight on Monday Night Football as the Eagles host Carolina
Coverage begins at 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Badgers move up to #22
in both the AP and the Coaches College Football Poll after their convincing win
at Purdue on Saturday. Mississippi State remains #1 with Florida State
#2 in both polls.   Wisconsin
will host Nebraska on Saturday at Camp Randall.  Both teams are 4-1 in Big Ten play and tied
with Minnesota and Iowa in a four way tie on top of the Big Ten
West standings.  They have set the
kickoff time at 2:30pm.  That mean’s a
12:30pm pregame show on KFIZ.


The St. Mary’s Springs
football team will travel to Stevens Point to
take on Athens
in a WIAA Division Six State Semifinal on Friday night.  You’ll hear that game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ
presented by BCI Burke Company.  Coverage
begins at 6pm with the kickoff at 7pm. 
It will also stream at


Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR
Sprint Cup race at Phoenix
on Sunday to grab a spot in final four who have a chance to win the
championship.  Harvick, Joey Logano, Ryan
Newman, and Denny Hamlin will all go into the race at Homestead, Florida
next Sunday with a chance to win.  Wisconsin native Matt Kenseth finished 3rd but
was knocked out of competition for the season title.