Sports – Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

The Indiana Hoosiers snapped the Badgers 16 game win streak
with a 75-72 win in Bloomington
last night. The Badgers led by 52-42 with 13:27 left in the 2nd half
but then their defense let Indiana
guards get to the rim time after time. 
Traevon Jackson led UW with 21. 
Kevin Ferrell sliced up the UW guards for 25 points to lead all
scorers.  The win IU snapped a 12 game
losing streak to Bucky.  Wisconsin will host Michigan on Saturday.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.


Local Men’s College Hoops

Marian 75 Concordia, WI 55


The Bucks host Minnesota
tonight at the BMO
Harris Bradley
.  Coverage begins at 6:40pm with the tip set
for 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Packers quarterback coach Ben McAdoo has been named the
offensive coordinator with the New York Giants. 
Packers running back Eddie Lacy has been named the Pro Football Writers
Association Rookie of the Year.  The
Packers also say that they are surveying season ticket holders to review their
playoff ticket policy after they struggled to sell-out their home game against San Francisco.


The Detroit Lions have hired Jim Caldwell has their new head
coach.  He had been the Baltimore Ravens
offensive coordinator and also was the head coach at Indianapolis.


The Germantown
boys basketball team’s state record 69 game win streak game to an end last
night as they lost at Brookfield Central 68-58.


Weather knocked out most of last night’s high school action
across the area last night.  Fond du Lac’s boys
basketball game at Appleton East has been rescheduled to Monday, February 17th.


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 42
Lomira 29


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac
5 Beaver Dam 0 – Michael Wilson 2 goals