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Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)

 

>>3rd Straight Packers Loss Costs McCarthy His Job

(Green Bay, WI)  —  When kicker Mason Crosby’s 49-yard field goal went wide ride into a strong wind it cost the Green Bay Packers a 20-17 upset loss to Arizona.  It also cost veteran head coach Mike McCarthy the job he has held for the last 13 seasons.  The Packers have lost three in a row and five out of their last six games.  Joe Philbin will be the interim head coach for the final four games of the season.  Quarterback Aaron Rodgers set a team record in the second quarter when he hit Davante Adams with a 16-yard completion.  It was his 295th straight pass without an interception.  The Packers host the Atlanta Falcons next Sunday.

 

>>Wisconsin Chosen For Pinstripe Bowl Against Miami

(Madison, WI)  —  The Wisconsin Badgers can salvage a disappointing 2018 season with a win December 27th in the Pinstripe Bowl.  The Badgers will take on Miami in a post-season contest for the second straight year.  The game at Yankee Stadium is scheduled to kick off at 4:15 P-M.  Both teams had 7-5 records this season.  Official bowl invitations were issued Sunday after the four-team field for the College Football Playoff was announced.

 

>>Markus Howard Scores 45 In Golden Eagle Upset Of Kansas State

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Junior guard Markus Howard scored 45 points to lead Marquette to an 83-71 upset of the previously-undefeated Kansas State Wildcats Saturday.  Howard scored 26 of his points as his Golden Eagles team built a 44-33 lead over K-State in the first half.  Sacar Anim, with 16, was the only other Marquette player in double figures.  Marquette hit 68 percent of its shots during the first half and 57 percent overall.  The Eagles return to action at the Fiserv Forum Tuesday against the University of Texas-El Paso.

 

>>Wisconsin Men’s Hockey Scores 5 Straight Games To Come From Behind

(Madison, WI)  —  The Wisconsin men’s hockey team wiped out a two-goal deficit by scoring five straight times in an 8-5 win over Penn State Saturday.  The Badgers had taken a 3-1 lead early in the second period when the Nittany Lions scored four goals in-a-row.  Senior forward Will Johnson had a pair of goals in the high-scoring game.  The eight goals are the most put on the board by a Badger team in five years.  Wisconsin hosts Michigan State next weekend.

 

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