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DENVER (AP) -- The Broncos play the Green Bay Packers tonight with their offensive line and their running backs depleted by injuries. The Broncos are still averaging almost 131 yards rushing per game despite all the injuries. Running back Travis Henry is iffy for tonight's game. His ribs are tender from the hits he absorbed in a 31-to-28 win over Pittsburgh last week.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Linebacker DeAndre Levy says Wisconsin is relaxing, and that's a good thing. He says the team is trying to let their emotions show but also have fun and not be tense. Those are the bad Badgers, but there haven't been many mistakes since Wisconsin was routed 38-7 at Penn State for their second straight loss. On Saturday, the Badgers forced five turnovers from Indiana's potent spread offense and kept the Hoosiers from scoring a touchdown for the first time this season in a 33-3 win.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Prince Fielder was named the 2007 recipient of the Hank Aaron Award for "Best Overall Offensive Performance" in the National League. The American League award went to New York's Alex Rodriguez Fielder was elected in fan balloting from in September on the MLB.com web site from a field of five finalists in the N-L.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Going into the 58th United States Bowling Congress Masters, Sean Rash was considered by many to be a rising star in professional bowling. Now, there is no doubt. Rash, of Wichita, Kansas, remained unbeaten in televised finals by edging Steve Jaros, 269-245, in the USBC Masters title game yesterday before more than 27-hundred spectators at Miller Park.
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