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11/24/13

** WHEELER NEWS - MORNING
STATE SPORTS **

 

BIG TEN
FOOTBALL

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(19) Wisconsin 20, (25)
Minnesota 7

(3) Ohio State 42, Indiana
14

(13) Michigan State 30,
Northwestern 6

Iowa 24, Michigan
21

Illinois 20, Purdue
16

Nebraska 23, Penn State 20
(OT)

DIVISION III FOOTBALL –
PLAYOFFS

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UW-Whitewater 31, St. Norbert
of De Pere 7

UW-Platteville 54,
Concordia-Wisconsin 20

MENS COLLEGE
BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I:

(12) Wisconsin 76, Oral Roberts
67

UW-Milwaukee 70, Tennessee Tech
63

UW-Green Bay 92, Minnesota-Duluth
57

DIVISION III:

(4) UW-Stevens Point 82, Hope
62

(15) St. Thomas 75, UW-River Falls
69

UW-Eau Claire 81, Marian
79

Dubuque 93, Carthage 89
(OT)

Monmouth 90, Ripon
82

Manhattan Christian 79, Maranatha Baptist
78

Northland 76, Crossroads College
57

Elmhurst 96, Lawrence
81

Concordia-Wisconsin 79, Wisconsin Lutheran
75

Milwaukee Engineering 75, Westminster of
Missouri 44

UW-Oshkosh 78, Finlandia
74

Madison Edgewood 97, Fontbonne
78

UW-Platteville 75, Simpson
72

WOMENS COLLEGE
BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I:

UW-Green Bay 74, Vermont
57

UW-Milwaukee 76, North Dakota State
64

DIVISION III:

(4) UW-Whitewater 91, Madison Edgewood
71

(9) Hope 78, Wisconsin Lutheran 72
(OT)

(12) Carthage 80, Lake Forest
59

(23) UW-Stevens Point 73, Illinois Wesleyan
71

UW-La Crosse 70, Marian
54

Elmhurst 95, Beloit
66

UW-Oshkosh 76, Loras
67

Concordia-Wisconsin 69, Concordia-Chicago
66

St. Cloud State 83, UW-Stout
59

St. Benedict 59, UW-River Falls
40

UW-Platteville 85, Milwaukee Engineering
66

Ripon 57, Monmouth
54

Maranatha Baptist 57, Faith Baptist Bible
41

WOMENS COLLEGE
HOCKEY

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(2) Wisconsin 3, (4) North Dakota
1

NBA

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Charlotte 96, Milwaukee
72

AHL

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Milwaukee 3, Chicago 2
(SO)

INDOOR SOCCER

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Milwaukee 8, Baltimore
0

WOMENS COLLEGE
VOLLEYBALL

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DIVISION III – NCAA
TOURNAMENT:

California Lutheran 3, UW-Stevens Point
0

Here are the
stories:

Running back James White
rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown, leading the Badgers to a 20-7 win over
Minnesota. The win marks a decade of domination over the Golden Gophers, and
keeps Paul Bunyan's Axe in Madison for one more year. Senior linebacker Chris
Borland recovered two fumbles and forced another, tying the N-C-A-A record for
career forced fumbles. The Badgers close out the regular season at home next
Saturday against Penn State.

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Packers quarterback Aaron
Rodgers is ruled out for today's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Head coach
Mike McCarthy made the announcement after practice on Friday. Once again, it's
up to Scott Tolzien to fill some big shoes. In two games, Tolzien has thrown
five interceptions this season... something he will have to avoid if the Packers
want to snap a three-game losing skid. On the defensive side of the ball, M-D
Jennings and Morgan Burnett will get the start at safety. The two safeties had
some communication issues during last week's game, but coaches believe that's
behind them. Packers and Vikings kickoff at noon.

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The Green Bay Packers have
placed Casey Hayward on injured reserve, ending the season for the second-year
cornerback. Hayward played three games this season, but has been bothered by a
hamstring injury. During his rookie season a year ago, Hayward snagged a
team-high six interceptions... something the Packers have been missing all season
long. With just four interceptions, the Packers are tied for worst in the
league... behind the Texans and the lowly Jaguars.

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Milwaukee coach Larry Drew
issued an apology to Bucks fans, following last night's 96-72 loss to the
Charlotte Bobcats. The loss is Milwaukee's eighth in a row. Drew says the team
lacks energy and passion, promising that "this will never happen again". He
added that there is a sense of selfish behavior in the locker room and promised
changes to the lineup. The Bucks shot 35-percent from the field, reserve Khris
Middleton led the way with 20 points.

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The Wisconsin men's cross
country team finished ninth at the N-C-A-A Championships in Indiana yesterday.
Redshirt freshman Malachy Schrobilgen finished 33rd, capping an end
to a tremendous first season. Senior Alex Brill posted a 30 minute, 50 second
time; placing him in 43rd-place... just shy of All-American status.
Meanwhile, the Lady Badgers placed 21st and the Championships.
Emma-Lisa Murphy earned Wisconsin's first All-American status since 2010,
placing 35th at the event.

 

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