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Wisconsin Sports 10-15

Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)

 

>>Brewers Take Championship Quest To West Coast

(Los Angeles, CA)  —  The winning streak is over, but the Milwaukee Brewers will try to start another one tonight (Monday) at Dodger Stadium.  Each team is trying to get the advantage in the best-of-seven National League Championship Series.  It’s tied one game each coming into tonight’s (Monday’s) 6:39 P-M contest.  Jhoulys Chacin starts for Milwaukee after a 15-8 season with a 3.50 earned run average.  He will be opposed by standout rookie Walker Buehler, who was 8-5 with a 2.62 E-R-A.

 

>>2 Struggling Teams Meet At Lambeau Field On Monday Night Football

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Both of the teams meeting tonight in Monday Night Football need a victory.  The Green Bay Packers are staggering along with a 2-2-1 record and coming off a disappointing loss at Detroit last Sunday.  The San Francisco 49ers have suffered four losses in five games so far.  Starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo headlines a list of nine starting players who won’t suit up for the visitors.  The Packers have injury problems of their own and they really need All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers to rediscover his magic.  He was mediocre in the loss to the Lions.  Kickoff is at 6:15 P-M.

 

>>Badgers Drop To No. 23 After Loss At Michigan

(Ann Arbor, MI)  —  The Wisconsin Badgers dropped to number-23 in the Associated Press college football poll after a 38-13 loss at Michigan Saturday.  Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook struggled through his worst game of the season and the Badgers lost a Big Ten Conference game for the first time.  Wisconsin was playing without several starters, including defensive end Isaiahh Loudermilk, safety D’Cota Dixon, cornerback Faion Hicks, and cornerback Scott Nelson.  The Wolverines held Wisconsin to 272 total yards, including just 89 through the air.  The Badgers host Illinois next weekend.

 

>>Green Bay Packers Hall Of Fame FB Jim Taylor Dies, 83

(Baton Rouge, LA)  —  Hall of Fame fullback Jim Taylor died suddenly at his Baton Rouge, Louisiana, home over the weekend.  The former Packer was 83 years old.  Taylor was an offensive mainstay for Coach Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay Packers in the 1960s.  He was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1976.  He was league M-V-P in 1962 when he rushed for one-thousand-474 yards and scored 19 touchdowns, a record which stood for years.

 

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