Sports – Saturday, December 13th, 2014

Multiple reports have
confirmed that the Wisconsin Badgers will hire Pitt head coach Paul Chryst as
their next football coach.  Athletic
Director Barry Alvarez said on Friday that legally he can not hire a new coach until
December 17th because of how state laws a state job to be posted in
the state.  Gary Andersen was introduced
as the new Oregon
coach on Friday.


Badger running back Melvin
Gordon is in New York
for the Heisman Trophy ceremony.  Gordon
is a finalist along with Oregon QB Marcus Mariota and Alabama WR Amari Cooper.


The Packers travel to Buffalo on Sunday for a
matchup with the Bills. Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon
on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Sunday night football
features the Eagles hosting the Cowboys. 
Our coverage begins at 6:30pm on Sunday night on KFIZ. 


The Bucks host the LA
Clippers at the BMO
Harris Bradley
.  You’ll hear that game on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 6:10pm with the tip set
for 6:30pm on KFIZ.


The Badger men’s basketball
team hosts Nichols State this afternoon at the Kohl Center.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 1pm with the tip set for


In the Horizon League Green
Bay hosts Drake in a non-conference matchup at the Resch Center.  The tip is set for 4pm. 


Marian University will hosts a basketball doubleheader this afternoon
against Concordia, Chicago.  The women
will tip at 2pm with the men to follow at 4:15pm.   Admission will be FREE to all fans attending
today’s games.


The UW-Fond du Lac men’s
basketball team edged UW-Marshfield 68-64 on Friday night.  Fondy grad Collin Pickart had 22 points and
10 rebounds. Lomira’s Sawyer Hoff added 10. 
The Falcons improve to 5-5 overall and 2-2 in league play.

Men’s College Hockey
Marian 5 UW-Superior 2


Friday, December 12th

Boys Basketball

Oshkosh North 85 Fond du Lac

– Caleb Goldstein 16 pts, Sam Freiderickson 7

Oshkosh West 69 Appleton
North 60

Appleton West 55 Appleton East 51 – OT

Kaukauna 62 Hortonville 55

Kimberly 47 Neenah 44

St. Mary’s Springs 53 Lomira

 – Cory Nies 18 pts

WLA 51 Omro 36

-Tim Edwards, Will Aird 14, Mitch McFarlane 14

-Vikings outscore Foxes 23-3 in 4th

Mayville 57 North Fond du
Lac 36

KML 68 Laconia 52

Valders 78 Chilton 36

New Holstein
69 Campbellsport 40

Waupun 75 Kiel 60

-Jordan McGinnis 24, Mason Domask 22

St. Lawrence 54 Johnson
Creek 53 – OT

Ripon 52 Little Chute 38


Girls Basketball

Oshkosh North 38 Fond du Lac

Oshkosh Lourdes
38 Oakfield 23

– Brianna Sabel – 6 points

Markesan 42 CWC 17

-Olivia Theune 6 pts


Friday, December 12th

Boys Hockey

Waupun 5 Oshkosh 2

Boys Swimming
Fond du Lac was 8th out of 15 teams at the Terror Relays in Appleton. 


Saturday, December 13th

Boys Basketball

Kiel @ Chilton


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs @ Two

Waupun @ Laconia

Campbellsport @ Grafton –


Boys Hockey

St. Mary’s Springs @
Cedarburg – 1pm

Fond du Lac @ U-School – 7pm