Sports – Thursday, November 14th, 2014

Aaron Rodgers has been named
the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his 315 yard, 6 touchdown night in the
win over the Bears this past weekend. Similar to last week, Packers starting
guards Josh Sitton and TJ Lang sat out practice on Wednesday as they nurse
injuries.  Mike McCarthy says they will
try and practice in a limited role today. 
 The Packers host the NFC East
leading Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. 
The kickoff is set for 3:25pm. 
Our coverage begins at 1pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Week 11 of the NFL
season gets going tonight as Miami hosts Buffalo on Thursday Night
Football.  Coverage begins at 7pm on
News-Talk 1450 KFIZ


The 20th ranked
Wisconsin Badgers will host 16th ranked Nebraska
The Badgers, Huskers, Iowa, and Minnesota are all tied
on top of the Big Ten West with 4-1 records. 
Saturday’s kickoff is set for 2:30pm. 
Coverage begins at 12:30pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Dodger’s Clayton Kershaw
won the National League Cy Young Award for the third time.   Cleveland’s
Corey Kluber won the American League Cy Young Award.


Fond du Lac junior runner Bryton Koepke has been named All-FVA
in boys cross country.  Fondy senior
forward Conner Reams has been named 2nd Team All-FVA in boys soccer
while junior midfielder Leonardo Almaraz was an Honorable Mention pick.


A pair of unbeatens will
meet in Stevens Point
on Friday night with a trip to the WIAA Division Six State Football
Championship.  St. Mary’s Springs will
battle Athens.  Both teams are 12-0.  The WIAA has moved the kickoff time to 8pm on
Friday night to accommodate a D4 semifinal that was moved the venue with a 5pm
start.  That game features Wrightstown
and Somerset.  Coverage of the Ledger game begins at 7pm with
the Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Pregame Show.  It will stream at  Ledger football on KFIZ is presented by BCI
Burke Company.


UW Fond du Lac
women’s basketball team beat UW-Manitowoc 57-27 on Wednesday night to improve
to 2-0 in conference play.  Billi
Retzleff 16 points, 10 rebounds, 9 steals. 
The Falcons host UW-Rock
on Friday night.