Sports – Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

There will be a game 7 of
the World Series.  The Kansas City Royals
put up 7 runs in the 2nd inning and blanked the Giants 10-0 to even
up the Fall Classic at three games a piece. 
Tim Hudson will start for San
tonight while the Royals go with Jeremy
Guthrie.  The first pitch is set for
7:07pm tonight on FOX.



The Bucks open up their
2014-15 NBA season tonight in Charlotte.  The Bobcats name is gone and the Hornets name
has been adopted once again for the franchise. 
You’ll hear the game tonight on KFIZ. 
Coverage begins at 5:40pm with Ted Davis on the call.



101 Dallas 100

101 Orlando 84

Houston 108 Lakers 90 


With no game on Sunday the
Packers are off this week.  With 8 games
in the books Mike McCarthy will spend the week trying to find a way to improve
on both sides of the ball.  The team will
practice again on Monday.   They host the
Bears on Sunday Night Football on November 9th at Lambeau.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.


The Badger football team
hits the road for their first ever Big Ten matchup at Rutgers
on Saturday. The kickoff is set for 11am with pregame set for 9am on KFIZ.


The first College Football
Playoff Rankings are out.  Mississippi State
is #1, followed by Florida State, Auburn,
and Ole Miss.  The top four teams at the
end of the season will take part in the first ever college football playoff.


Fond du
, St. Mary’s Springs and
Winnebago Lutheran all advanced to the 2nd round of the WIAA
football playoffs   In Division One, Fond du Lac travels to Big
8 champion Middleton on Friday night.  
You’ll hear that game on KFIZ.  In
Division Five, WLA will head to #1 seed Racine St. Catherine’s for a 7pm
kickoff.  In Division Six, St. Mary’s
Springs hosts Algoma.  You’ll hear that
one on K107.1 presented by BCI Burke Company.


Fond du Lac High School will have a presale for tickets to their playoff
game at Middleton on Friday night.  You
can buy tickets in advance at the Main Office today through Thursday from 7am
to 4pm and Friday from 7am to Noon.  You
will also be able to buy them at the gate when you get to Middleton if you
choose.  They are $4 for adults and
students and $1 for kids six and under.