Sports – Monday, October 21st, 2013

The Packers rolled over the Cleveland Browns 31-13 on Sunday
at Lambeau Field.  Aaron Rodgers was
playing without Randall Cobb and James Jones but it didn’t matter as Jarrett
Boykin stepped up to catch 8 passes for 103 yards and a TD.  Rodgers threw for 260 yards and 3 TDs and
Eddie Lacy balanced out the offense with 82 yards rushing and a TD.  Jordy Nelson and Jermichael Finley both
caught TD passes in the win.  Finley took
a nasty hit in the 3rd quarter and had to be taken off the field on
a stretcher.  The Packers announced the
tight end could move all of his extremities and we hope to have an update later
today.  The win improves Green
to 4-2 on the season and they head to Minnesota for a Sunday night showdown next


Talk Packer football tonight on KFIZ during in the Huddle
with Packers Davon House and David Bakhtiari from 6pm to 7pm.  Tramon Williams is tonight’s scheduled guest.


The Packers 4-2 record puts them in 1st place in
the NFC North as Washington rallied by Chicago 45-41.  The Bears lost QB Jay Cutler to a groin
injury.  The Bengals got a late field
goal to beat the Lions 27-24.


Around the NFL, Atlanta
stopped Tampa Bay
31-23, Buffalo edged Miami
23-21, the Jets got a late field goal to beat New England 30-27, Dallas bested the Eagles 17-3, Carolina
blew by St. Louis
30-15.  The Rams lose QB Sam Bradford to
a knee injury, San Diego beat winless Jacksonville 24-6, the 49ers beat the
Titans 31-17, Kansas City is still unbeaten with a 17-16 win over Houston, the
Steelers edged Baltimore 19-16, and on Sunday Night Football, the Colts beat
Denver 39-33. 


Tonight on Monday Night Football, The Vikings travel to the
New York Giants.  Coverage begins at 7pm
on KFIZ.


is #1 in the first BCS Standings.  Florida State is #2.   The Badgers are #22 in the AP Poll and #24
in the Coaches Poll.


The Red Sox and Cardinals are getting ready for Game 1 of
the World Series on Wednesday night in Boston


Jamie McMurray wins the NASCAR Race at Tallagdega.  Jimmie Johnson takes over the points lead
from Matt Kenseth by 4 points.


High School

Division One

Fond du Lac @ Menomonee Falls – Friday, 7pm on KFIZ

Division Three

Kewaskum @ Wisconsin Lutheran – Friday, 7pm

Division Four

Chilton @ Roncali – Saturday, 1pm

Campbellsport @ Wrightstown – Friday, 7pm

Division Five

WLA @ Northern Elite – Friday, 7pm

Cambridge @ Laconia – Friday, 7pm

Division Six

Pardeeville @ St. Mary’s Springs – Friday, 7pm on K107.1-FM