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KLEM Local Schedule (week of December 28)

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MONDAY RESULTS – December 28

(N-F-L football)

Buffalo 38, New England 9

(N-B-A basketball)

Atlanta 128, Detroit 120
Memphis 116, Brooklyn 111, OT
Utah 110, Oklahoma City 109
Denver 124, Houston 111
Portland 115, L-A Lakers 107

(college basketball)

Top 25 results:
(1) Gonzaga 88, Northern Arizona 58
Maryland 70, (6) Wisconsin 64
(21) Minnesota 81, (17) Michigan State 56

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – December 29

(college basketball)

(10) Iowa (8-2/2-1) 87, (19) Northwestern 72

(1) Gonzaga 112, Dixie State 67
(2) Baylor 93, Central Arkansas 56
Tulsa 65, (5) Houston 64
(8) West Virginia 73, Northeastern 51
(13) Texas Tech 79, Incarnate Word 51
(14) Rutgers 81, Purdue 76
Clemson 77, (18) Florida State 67
(24) Virginia Tech 80, Miami (Fla.) 78

(college football Bowl games)

CHEEZ-IT BOWL — Oklahoma State 37, (18) Miami (Fla.) 34

ALAMO BOWL — (20) Texas 55, Colorado 23

(N-B-A basketball)

New York 95, Cleveland 86
Golden State 116, Detroit 106
Boston 116, Indiana 111
Philadelphia 100, Toronto 93
Chicago 115, Washington 107
Milwaukee 144, Miami 97
Orlando 118, Oklahoma City 107
Phoenix 111, New Orleans 86
L-A Clippers 124, Minnesota 101
Sacramento 125, Denver 115

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – December 30

(college football Bowl games)

MAYO BOWL — Wisconsin 42, Wake Forest 28

COTTON BOWL — (8) Oklahoma 55, (10) Florida 20

(college basketball)

Northwestern 98, Presentation 64  —  former Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands, had 25 pts. and former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small, had 6 pts. and 10 assists for NW.

Top 25 games:
(2) Baylor 105, Alcorn 76
(7) Tennessee 73, (12) Missouri 53
(23) Virginia 66, Notre Dame 57
(25) Ohio State 90, Nebraska 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 126, Memphis 107
Brooklyn 145, Atlanta 141
Miami 119, Milwaukee 108
Charlotte 118, Dallas 99
L-A Lakers 121 San Antonio 107
L-A Clippers 128, Portland 105

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – December 31

(college football Bowl games)

ARMED FORCES BOWL — Mississippi State 28, (22) Tulsa 26

ARIZONA BOWL — Ball State 34, San Jose State 13

LIBERTY BOWL — West Virginia 24, Army 21

(college basketball)

Top 25 games:
(6) Wisconsin 71, (21) Minnesota 59
(16) Michigan 84, Maryland 73
(21) Oregon 82, California 69

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 119, Cleveland 99
Chicago 133, Washington 130
Philadelphia 116, Orlando 92
Houston 122, Sacramento 119
Toronto 100, New York 93
New Orleans 113, Oklahoma City 80
Phoenix 106, Utah 95

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – January 1

(college football Bowl games)

ARLINGTON, Texas — Mac Jones threw four touchdown passes, three to DeVonte Smith, and top-rated Alabama (12-0) beat No. 4 Notre Dame 31-14 to win the Rose Bowl game and earn a spot in the National Championship game January 11th in Miami.  Jones completed 25-of-30 passes for 297 yards and Smith caught seven passes for 130 yards.  Both Jones and Smith are Heisman finalists.  Najee Harris added 125 rushing yards for the Tide.  The Irish end the season at 10-2.

NEW ORLEANS — Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields turned in a performance for the ages, throwing six TD-passes and connecting on 22-of-28 passes for 385 yards to lead No. 3 Ohio State to a 49-28 Sugar Bowl victory over No. 2 Clemson Friday night in New Orleans.  The Buckeyes will take a 7-0 record in to the National Championship game January 11th in Miami against unbeaten, top-rated Alabama.  Trey Sermon ran for 193 yards and a touchdown for the Big Ten champs and Cornell Powell caught eight passes for 138 yards and two scores.  Clemson’s All-American QB, Trevor Lawrence, passed for 400 yards and four touchdowns for the Tigers, who end the season at 10-2.

ATLANTA — Jack Podlesny kicked a 53-yard field goal with three seconds left in the game to lift No. 11 Georgia to a 22-21 lead over No. 6 Cincinnati and the Bulldogs added a safety on the game’s final play to win the Peach Bowl, 24-21.  It was the first loss of the season for Cincinnati (9-1).  Georgia finishes 8-2.

ORLANDO — Peyton Ramsey threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead No. 15 Northwestern to a 35-19 Citrus Bowl win over Auburn Friday afternoon in Orlando.  Ramsey threw scoring passes to three different receivers and finished with 297 yards through the air.  He ran 30 yards for a third quarter touchdown for the 7-and-2 Wildcats.

PEACH BOWL — (11) Georgia 24, (6) Cincinnati 21

CITRUS BOWL — (15) Northwestern 35, Auburn 19

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS
ROSE BOWL — (1) Alabama 31, (4) Notre Dame 14

SUGAR BOWL — (3) Ohio State 49, (2) Clemson 28

(N-B-A basketball)

Memphis 108, Charlotte 93
Detroit 96, Boston 93
Dallas 93, Miami 83
Atlanta 114, Brooklyn 96
Milwaukee 126, Chicago 96
Washington 130, Minnesota 109
L-A Lakers 109, San Antonio 103
Phoenix 106, Denver 103
Utah 106, L-A Clippers 100
Portland 123, Golden State 98

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – January 2

(college football Bowl games)

GLENDALE, Ariz. — No. 12 Iowa State forced five turnovers and closed their record-setting season with a 34-17 Fiesta Bowl victory over No. 25 Oregon.  Breece Hall and Anthony Brown ran for two touchdowns each for the Cyclones and Brock Purdy threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score.  Iowa State finished the season with a 9-3 mark.

GATOR BOWL — Kentucky 23, (24) North Carolina State 21

OUTBACK BOWL — Mississippi 26, (7) Indiana 20

FIESTA BOWL — (12) Iowa State (9-3) 34, (25) Oregon 17

ORANGE BOWL — (5) Texas A&M 41, (14) North Carolina 27

(college basketball)

(1) Gonzaga 85, San Francisco 62
(2) Baylor 76, Iowa State 65
(8) Texas 84, (3) Kansas 59
(4) Villanova at Xavier – ppd.
Alabama 71, (7) Tennessee 63
Oklahoma 75, (9) West Virginia 71
(10) Iowa 77, (14) Rutgers 75
(11) Creighton 67, Providence 65
(17) Michigan State 84, Nebraska 77

GPAC:
Concordia (NE.) 81, Northwestern 74, overtime — former Le Mars Bulldog, Trent Hilbrands (23 pts.) & former Hinton Blackhawk, Jay Small (15 pts. & 7 reb.) for NW.

(N-B-A basketball)

Houston 102, Sacramento 94
New York 106, Indiana 102
Oklahoma City 108, Orlando 99
Philadelphia 127, Charlotte 112
Cleveland 96, Atlanta 91
New Orleans 120, Toronto 116

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – January 3

(N-F-L football)

Buffalo 56, Miami 26
Green Bay 35, Chicago 16
Baltimore 38, Cincinnati 3
Cleveland 24, Pittsburgh 22
Minnesota 37, Detroit 35
Indianapolis 28, Jacksonville 14
L-A Chargers 38, Kansas City 21
New England 28, N-Y Jets 14
N-Y Giants 23, Dallas 19
Washington 20, Philadelphia 14
Tampa Bay 44, Atlanta 27
New Orleans 33, Carolina 7
Tennessee 41, Houston 38
Las Vegas 32, Denver 31
L-A Rams 18, Arizona 7
Seattle 26, San Francisco 23

(end of regular season)

(college basketball)

(5) Houston 74, S-M-U 60
(6) Wisconsin at Penn State – ppd.
(16) Michigan 85, (19) Northwestern 66
(21) Minnesota 77, (25) Ohio State 60

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 122, Detroit 120
Washington 123, Brooklyn 122
L-A Lakers 108, Memphis 94
Denver 124, Minnesota 109
Utah 130, San Antonio 109
Chicago 118, Dallas 108
L-A Clippers 112, Phoenix 107
Golden State 137, Portland 122