Sports – Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Kyle Lohse was spectacular last night as the Brewers blanked
the Braves 4-0 in Atlanta.  Lohse threw just 89 pitches to earn the
complete game two-hit shutout.  The win
improves him to 11-10 on the season.  Scooter
Gennett also scored a couple of runs and had two hits.  The first inning started with some fireworks
as Carlos Gomez blasted a home run off of Paul Maholm, which he admired a bit too
long.  Gomez got yelled at running around
the bases and catcher Brian McCann wouldn’t let him cross home plate causing
the benches to clear.  Gomez and Braves
first baseman Freddie Freeman were both ejected.  Aramis Ramirez also ended up having to leave
the game after he tweaked his knee in the scrum.  The Brewers open up their final series of the
season in New York
tonight against the Mets.  Coverage
begins at 5:35pm on KFIZ.


In the NL Central, St. Louis
opened up a three game lead over Pittsburgh with
a win at Washington.  The Pirates lost to the Cubs.  The Reds loss to the Mets took them out of
the division race despite clinching a Wild Card spot.  The Detroit Tigers clinched the American
League Central last night.  In the AL
Wild Card race, the Indians and Rays control their own destiny with Texas still in the mix.  The Yankees and Royals were eliminated last


The Badger football teams continues to get ready for Ohio State on
Saturday night in Columbus.  Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer announced on
Tuesday that his team would wear their special rivalry uniforms that include a metallic
helmet on Saturday against the Badgers. 
Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff at 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Week 4 of the NFL season kicks off tonight as the Rams host San Francisco.  The Tampa Bucs have benched their QB.  Josh Freeman is out and rookie Mike Glennon
is in as they host Arizona
on Sunday.  The Packers take the week


The United States
completed one of the greatest comebacks in sports history, winning the America’s
Cup in yachting.  Team USA was down 8 races to 1 and
rallied to win the final 8 to retain the cup.