Sports – Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Badgers Host Buckeyes
The unbeaten Ohio State Buckeyes come to Camp Randall this afternoon for a key Big Ten Leaders Division matchup. Wisconsin already knows they will represent the division in the Big Ten Championship Game with OSU and Penn State on probation, but the Badgers won’t to beat those two teams in the final two weeks of the regular season to take the Division outright. It’s Senior Day as well today as 9 players play their final game at Camp Randall. Coverage begins at 12:30pm with the kickoff set for 2:30pm.
UW-Oshkosh Hosts Playoff Game
The UW-Oshkosh football team will host St. Scholastica this afternoon in an NCAA Division III playoff game. It’s the first ever playoff game for UWO. The Titans won their first conference championship this season with an unbeaten record. The kickoff from JJ Keller Field at Titan Stadium is set for Noon.
Packers Head To Motown!
The Green Bay Packers look for their 5th straight win on Sunday as they head to Detroit. The Packers sit at 6-3 with Lions at 4-5. Five of the final seven games on Green Bay’s schedule are against teams from the NFC North. The Bears lead the division with a 7-2 mark. Sunday’s game in Detroit kicks off at Noon. Coverage begins at 10am on KFIZ.
Dikta Has Stroke
Former NFL coach and current ESPN analyst Mike Ditka had a mild stroke on Friday while playing cards at a Chicago area country club. The 73-year-old won’t be working this weekend but is expected to return soon.
Sunday Night Football
Baltimore @ Pittsburgh – 6:30pm on KFIZ
Bucks on KFIZ
The Bucks host New Orleans tonight at the BMO Harris Bradley Center tonight. You’ll hear it on KFIZ. Coverage begins at 7:10pm with the tip set for 7:30pm.
UW-FDL Women’s Hoops
The UW Fond du Lac women’s bball team lost Firday night in a conference matchup against UW Marinette, 66-55. Megan Tews had 24 points for the game. Amber Tasso stepped up and had 23 points. UW-FDL is now 2-1 in their league
Ripon College Women’s Tournament
Game 1 University of Chicago 59, Benedictine University 45
Game 2 UW-Superior 69, Ripon College 60
Benedictine playing Ripon at 1 p.m.
Univ. of Chicago playing UW-Superior at 3 p.m.
Friday, November 16th
WIAA State Football Finals
Waukesha Catholic Memorial 42 Waupaca 7
Homestead 14 Waunakee 0
Hartland Arrowhead 35 Sun Prairie 14
Waupun 51 Two Rivers 45
Fondy-Waupun 3 Stoughton 1
Saturday, November 17th
Northland Pines @ Fondy-Waupun (Waupun) – 10:15am
Appleton @ Fondy-Waupun (Waupun) – 6:45pm
Monday, November 19th
Horicon @ Lomira