Sports – Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Packers may be short-handed on the offensive line on Sunday night when they
host the Chicago Bears.  Right guard TJ
Lang is still battling an ankle injury and we found out on Wednesday that left
guard Josh Sitton torn a ligament in his toe in the loss to New Orleans and may
not be able to play.  Mike McCarthy
wouldn’t reveal his plan on the line if both players are out.  Aaron Rodgers also said that his hamstring
that he tweaked against the Saints is OK. 
Sunday night’s game kicks off at 7:30pm with pregame coverage beginning
at 5pm on KFIZ.


Packers also announced that they will sell some “standing room only” tickets
for the upcoming home games against the Bears and Eagles at Lambeau.  They will cost $75.


NFL week begins tonight as Cincinnati Bengals host the Cleveland Browns.  Coverage begins at 7pm on KFIZ.


late 9-2 run lifted the Bulls to a 95-86 win over the Bucks on Wednesday night
at the BMO Harris Bradley
.  Giannis led led the Bucks with 13 points and
8 rebounds.  Taj Gibson had 23 and Pau
Gasol 22 for the Bulls.  The Bucks travel
to Detroit on
Friday night.


3rd ranked Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team spanked
UW-Parkside 77-40 in an exhibition tune-up on Wednesday night at the Kohl Center.  Frank Kaminsky had 19 points and 11
rebounds.  Sam Dekker sat out the game
with an ankle injury. 


Mary’s Springs kicker Zach Hintze is one of six finalist for the
Kevin Stemke Award. That is given annually to the state’s top senior kicker.


Fond du Lac and St. Mary’s Springs continue to get ready for
Friday night’s state quarterfinal football games.  The Ledgers will host defending Division Six
champion Shiocton at Fruth while Fondy is at defending D2 champ Kimberly in a
D1 quarterfinal.     You’ll hear the Springs game on K107.1
presented by BCI Burke Company.  You’ll
hear Fondy on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Both
games kickoff at 7pm. 


will be a presale of tickets for the Fond
du Lac
game at Kimberly.  You can buy them in advance of the game at
the high school office today until 4pm and on Friday from 7am to 1:30pm.  They cost $5.