Sports – Monday, November 11th, 2013

Life without Aaron Rodgers began with a 27-13 defeat at the
hands of the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Lambeau Field.  Backup Seneca Wallace was 5×5 on the Packers
first drive of the game and then never returned after pulling a groin.  Enter Scott Tolzien who had never taken an
NFL snap.   The former Badger QB threw
for 280 yards and 1 TD but had two interceptions including one in the end
zone.  The Packers defense couldn’t stop
LeSean McCoy who ran for 155 yards and gave up a three long TDs passes by Nick
Foles.  Mason Crosby also missed two
field goals.  Six more Packer starters
left the game with injury.  Wallace, Don
Barclay, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Nick Perry, Casey Hayward, and Johnny Jolly all
left and did not return.  The Packers
drop to 5-4 they travel to New York
to take on the Giants next Sunday.  That
game has been flexed out of primetime and will now kickoff at 3:25pm.  Talk Packers football tonight on KFIZ during
In The Huddle with Davon House from 6pm to 7pm.


Around the NFL…The Lions took first place in the NFC North
with a 21-19 win ove the Bears…Seattle blew by Atlanta 33-10…Jacksonville 29
Tennessee 27…Rams 38 Colts 8…Giants 26 Oakland 20…Pittsburgh 23 Buffalo
10…Baltimore 20 Bengals 17 OT…Carolina 10 SF 9…Arizona 27 Houston 24…Denver 28
San Diego 10…New Orleans 49 Dallas 17.  


Monday Night Football tonight features Miami
at Tampa Bay. Coverage begins at 7pm on KFIZ.


The Badgers moved up to #22 in this week’s BCS Standings
after a 27-17 win over BYU at Camp
.  UW jumps back into Big Ten action on Saturday
when they host Indiana at Camp Randall.
That game kicks off at 11am on KFIZ.


The Bucks Carlos Delfino announced on his website that he
will have foot surgery and likely miss the entire NBA season.  


St. Mary’s Springs will play Darlington
next Saturday afternoon in Middleton in a WIAA Division Six State Semifinal
Game.  The kickoff is set for 1pm. You’ll
hear it on K107.1-FM presented by BCI Burke Company.