Sports – Monday, October 12th, 2015

The Packers defense flexed
their muscles in a 24-10 win over the St. Louis Rams at Lambeau Field on
Sunday.   The Green Bay “D” picked off Nick Foles four
times, including two by rookie Quinten Rollins, one of which he returned 45
yards for a TD.  Foles was also sacked 3
times.  Aaron Rodgers threw for 241 yards
and two touchdowns.  He also threw a pair
of interceptions.  The first pick ended a
streak of 586 passes at home without a pick. 
Rookie Todd Gurley rushed or a 159 yards to pace the Rams. Green Bay is 5-0 on the season.  They host the Chargers next Sunday at
Lambeau. That’s a 3:25pm kickoff.


Break down the Packers win
later this morning from 11am to Noon with the Fat Joe’s Green and Gold Rewind Show.  I’ll be joined by Bob Hoffmaster as we’ll go
inside the locker room, play some highlights, and take your calls.


There will be more Packer
coverage tonight on KFIZ from 6pm to 7pm during In the Huddle with TJ Lang.


NFC North

Chicago 18 Chiefs 17

Arizona 42 Lions 17

Minnesota had the bye


Sunday Night Football

NY Giants 30 San Francisco 27


Monday Night Football tonight
features San Diego
hosting the Steelers. Coverage begins at 7pm on KFIZ.


The Houston Astros took a 2-1
American League Division Series lead with a 4-2 over the Kansas City Royals.  The Blue Jays also took a 2-1 ALDS lead with a
5-1 win over Texas.
 The MLB Division Series continues today
with all four series going on. 


The Dodger will be without
infielder Chase Utley for the next two games of the playoffs.  He was suspended for an illegal slide into
the Mets shortstop Reuben Tejada. Utley says he will appeal.  Tejada ended up with a broke leg.


In golf, the United States held on to win it’s 6th
straight Presidents Cup 15.5 to 14.5 over the International Team in South Korea.


The Marian men’s golf team
concluded round two of the NACC Championship from the Golf Courses of Lawsonia
in fifth place after shooting a 328.  Ryonen
Faris leads the Sabres and is only five-strokes off Gilbert’s pace in a tie for
fourth place.  Faris shot a second round
75 to move up seven spots and has a total of 154 (+10).