Sports – Tuesday, January 20th, 2015


The Packers cleaned out their lockers on Monday, a day after
their epic collapse in the NFC Championship. 
The team didn’t make excused for their playoff exits so close to the
Super Bowl.  The players have exit
interviews with the coaching staff and then are allowed to go home.


Randall Cobb and Sam Shields have been added to the NFL Pro
Bowl this weekend.  Cobb replaces the
Cowboys Dez Bryant while Shields takes the place of the Patriots Darrelle
Revis.  The Pro Bowl is this Sunday in Arizona.


The Denver Broncos made it official on Monday, hiring former
Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak to replace John Fox who got fired after Denver’s early exit from
the playoffs.


The Brewers officially traded pitcher Yovani Gallardo to Texas in exchange for
three minor league prospects.  Doug
Melvin gets right handed pitchers Marcos Diplan and Corey Knebel along with
shortstop Luis Sardinas.  Sardinas was
the Rangers 7th ranked minor league prospect.  Gallardo is expected to be the #3 starter in Texas.


The Bucks fell to Toronto
92-89 at the BMO Harris Bradley
on Monday
night.  Brandon Knight had 20.  Milwaukee
hosts Utah on
Thursday night.  The Bucks also resigned
big man Kenyon Martin to a 2nd 10-day contract on Monday.


Men’s College Basketball

UW-Waukesha 85 UW-Fond du Lac 83 – Collin Pickart 29 pts,
Moe Craine 28 pts


The Badger men’s basketball team hosts Iowa
tonight at the Kohl
.  The tip is set for 8pm.  We’ll join that game in progress after Fondy
basketball on KFIZ.


In the Horizon League, Green Bay
hosts UIC tonight while UW-Milwaukee hosts Wright State


The Fond du Lac
boys basketball team hosts Hortonville tonight at the Acuity Fieldhouse.  You’ll hear the game on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with the
Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Pregame Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm.   The game streams at and you can
listen on your mobile via TuneIn Radio.


Monday, January 19th

Boys Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 60 Random Lake 52 – Cory Nies 18, Brennen
Ottery 15

Ripon 60 WLA 49 – Will Aird 11,  Ryan Boelk 10

Lomira 57 St. Lawrence 38

Omro 60 North Fond du Lac 32


Girls Basketball

Roncalli 52 Chilton 32


Tuesday, January 20th

Boys Basketball

Hortonville @ Fond
du Lac

East @ Oshkosh West

Kimberly @ Appleton

Neenah @ Appleton North

North @ Kaukauna

North Fond du Lac @

Wrightstown @ Chilton

Waupun @ Campbellsport

Kiel @ New Holstein

Cambria-Friesland @ CWC


Girls Basketball

Fond du Lac
@ Hortonville

St. Mary’s Springs @ KML


Omro @ North Fond du Lac

Lomira @ Mayville

Campbellsport @ Winneconne

Oakfield @ Markesan

Cambria-Friesland @ CWC – 6pm


Boys Hockey

United @ Waupun – 7:30pm


Girls Hockey

Fondy-Waupun @ Beaver Dam – 7pm