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Wisconsin Sports 11-8

Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)


>>Golden State F Draymond Green To Miss Bucks Game

(Oakland, CA)  —  A sprained toe will keep Golden State forward Draymond Green out of tonight’s (Thursday’s) game against the Milwaukee Bucks.  Green was hurt in the first half of the Warrior’s Monday win against Memphis.  He is averaging seven-and-a-half points, seven rebounds and eight assists-a-game.  Warriors coach Steve Kerr says his team will miss Green’s versatility and his shut-down defense.


>>Packers Bring WR/KR Trevor Davis Back From Injured Reserve

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Green Bay wide receiver and kick returner Trevor Davis is getting ready to return to action.  Davis has been on injured reserve since September 11th.  He is expected to take the field again November 15th when the Packers play Seattle.  He’s been dealing with an injured hamstring.  Davis’ biggest value is as a kick returner.  He was third in the N-F-L last season with an average of 12 yards-per-punt return and eighth with an average of almost 23 yards-per-kickoff return.  The day after he was released by the Packers, safety Jermaine Whitehead found a home with the Cleveland Browns.


>>Wisconsin Men’s Hockey May Be About To Choose Starting Goaltender

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin men’s hockey coach Tony Granato hasn’t made it official yet, but freshman Daniel Lebedeff will be the initial starter against Minnesota Friday.  The Border Battle will take center stage at the Kohl Center this weekend.  Lebedeff shutout Boston College earlier this season and has a .922 save percentage so far.  Wisconsin has a 4-4 record and the Gophers are 1-3-1, making this the first Border Battle where neither team comes in with a winning record.  Lebedeff and junior Jack Berry have both started games for the Badgers.


>>Badger Football Needs To Sweep Final 3 Games For Chance At Title Game

(Madison, WI)  —  The numbers are working against the football Badgers as they try to qualify for the Big Ten Conference championship game.  Wisconsin’s 4-2 conference record leaves it one game behind West leader Northwestern and the Wildcats hold the tie-breaker.  A loss at Penn State Saturday could put an end to Wisconsin hopes.  Even if Wisconsin wins all three remaining regular-season games, Northwestern would have to drop two of its three remaining starts, beginning this weekend at Iowa.


  • Rusk County News November 7, 2018
    WLDY-WJBL NEWS 11-7-18 MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democrat Tony Evers has defeated Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in a nailbiter, denying the polarizing Republican and one-time presidential candidate a third term. Evers’ win on Tuesday is a huge victory for Democrats, who couldn’t find the recipe to take out Walker in three previous elections, including a […]
  • Wisconsin Sports 11-7 November 7, 2018
    Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)     >>Badgers Coast Past Coppin State 85-63 In Season Opener (Madison, WI)  —  D’Mtrik Trice scored 21 points and pre-season All-American Ethan Happ added a triple-double as the Wisconsin Badgers coasted past Coppin State Tuesday night 85-63.  The game at the Kohl Center in Madison was the season opener […]
  • Demaryius Thomas airs grievances after trade from Broncos November 8, 2018
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Saying he was "empty still" in the wake of the trade that sent him from the Denver Broncos to the Houston Texans last week, Demaryius Thomas said Monday he was misled by the Broncos about the possibility of a trade, was asked to surrender playing time in favor of the team's rookie […]
  • Oshie leaves twice, scores winner to lift Caps over Pens 2-1 November 8, 2018
    T.J. Oshie left for the second time after taking Evgeni Malkin's shoulder to the head but returned to score late and lift the Washington Capitals over the rival Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 in a meeting of the two most recent Stanley Cup champions
  • Top agent Boras calls rebuilding teams 'competitive cancer' November 8, 2018
    Scott Boras, the agent for free agent Bryce Harper and many of baseball's top players claims rebuilding teams have become a 'competitive cancer' that caused this season's 4 percent attendance drop