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  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves played with only nine players in Wednesday’s loss at home to Charlotte and will be short-handed again tonight when they host Golden State. The 5-and-3 Wolves may have Brandon Roy back, but he …

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    16 Nov 12
  • High School Football Playoffs

    The 2012 Minnesota State Football Playoffs continue today and tomorrow with semifinal action at the Metrodome. There are three 2011 state title teams still alive and contending to repeat. Caledonia stayed alive with a win …

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    16 Nov 12
  • Gopher Men Win Big

    The Golden Gopher men’s basketball team raced out to a 9-0 lead and never looked back in knocking off Tennessee State last night 72-43 at Williams Arena. 3-and-0 Minnesota has not trailed in any of …

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    16 Nov 12
  • Gopher Men Play Tonight

    The Golden Gopher men’s basketball team returns to the hardwood tonight against Tennessee State at Williams Arena. Minnesota has won its first two games over American University and Toledo. After tonight’s contest, the Gophers will …

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    15 Nov 12
  • Bobcats edge Wolves

    Charlotte’s Kemba Walker nailed a game-winning jumper with 0.7 seconds left as the Bobcats edged the Timberwolves 89-87 at the Target Center last night. Walker ended with 22 points, while former Wolves guard Ramon [[ …

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    15 Nov 12
  • Baker signs with Cubs, Hunter meets with Tigers

    Former Twins pitcher Scott Baker has agreed to a one-year contract with the Chicago Cubs. The 31-year-old right-hander missed all of the 2012 season recovering from Tommy John surgery. Baker was 8-and-6 with a 3.14 …

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    14 Nov 12
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Minnesota Timberwolves are 5-and-2 on the season and hosting Charlotte tonight at the Target Center. The Wolves have played short-handed for much of the year and will continue to do so. Forward Chase Budinger …

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    14 Nov 12
  • Dayton,Vikings Tackling Seat Licenses

    Minnesota Vikings officials say they’re “disappointed” by a letter from Governor Dayton, after the team floated a plan to require fans to buy personal seat licenses to help pay for the 975-million-dollar stadium. Dayton wrote …

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    14 Nov 12