Sports – Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

The Buck turned
it over 17 times in a 99-83 loss to Boston at BMO Harris
Bradley Center

on Tuesday night.  Greg Monroe had 17
points and 12 rebounds to pace the Bucks. 
Milwaukee heads to Denver tonight.  Coverage begins at 7:40pm with the tip set
for 8pm on KFIZ.


Clemson remains
#1 in this week’s College Football Playoff Rankings.  Alabama is
#2, followed by Ohio
and Notre Dame.  Iowa
is just outside the top 4 at #5.  The top
four teams in the December 6th rankings will be in the playoff of
college football national championship.


The Badgers
football team takes this weekend off and will host Northwestern on November 21st
at Camp Randall.


The Packers get
back on the practice field today as they try and snap a two game losing streak
as they host Detroit
at Lambeau Field.   Ron Wolf will be
honored on Sunday with his name being placed in the Ring of Honor.  Sunday’s kickoff is set for Noon.  Coverage begins at 10am on KFIZ.


The Indianapolis
Colts will be without quarterback Andrew Luck for the next two to four weeks as
he battles a lacerated kidney.


The St. Mary’s
Springs football team will travel to Schofield on Saturday afternoon for a WIAA
Division Six State Semifinal against Grantsburg at DC Everest High School.
Coverage begins at 2:30pm with the kickoff at 3pm on KFIZ.


The football
season may be winding down, but the Winter sports season is getting ready to
roll with teams practicing.  The Fond du Lac girls
basketball team will begin year #2 under head coach Jeff Bell.  He hops his team can move up the FVA ladder
with a veteran squad returning.  The
Cardinals first game is next Tuesday, when they host Beaver Dam in a
non-conference game.


Women’s College

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