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  • NHL Labor Talks Resume

    The NHL and players’ association are set to get back to the bargaining table today with an eye on ending the current lockout. The two sides most recently met last Wednesday and Thursday but discussed …

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    16 Oct 12
  • Gopher’s Kill Back to Practice

    Golden Gopher football coach Jerry Kill is expected to lead his team on the practice field this afternoon, three days after suffering a seizure in the coach’s locker room at TCF Bank Stadium. Kill had …

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    16 Oct 12
  • Vikes Prepare for Sunday,Kolb Uncertain

    The Minnesota Vikings will try to rebound from Sunday’s road loss with back-to-back home games at the Metrodome. Minnesota hosts Arizona this Sunday, followed by a home tilt five days later against Tampa Bay for …

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    16 Oct 12
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves will take on Maccabi in an exhibition affair at the Target Center tomorrow night. Minnesota notched an 82-75 win over the Bulls on Saturday. The Wolves are 2-and-1 in preseason play. Tip-off will …

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    15 Oct 12
  • Fever Takes Game 1 WNBA

    Tamika Catchings scored 20 points to lead the Fever to a 76-70 win over the Lynx in Game One of the WNBA Finals. Seimone Augustus scored 23 points for the defending champion Lynx, who will …

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    15 Oct 12
  • Kill Suffers Seizure

    Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill was released from a hospital Sunday after suffering a seizure following Saturday’s loss to Northwestern. The seizure occurred after Kill met with the media in his private locker room. …

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    15 Oct 12
  • Redskins Snap Vike’s Streak

    The Redskins rolled to a 38-26 win over the Vikings. Christian Ponder threw for 352 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions for the Vikings, who dropped to 4-and-2. Adrian Peterson rushed for 79 yards in …

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    15 Oct 12
  • Sports-Results

    College Volleyball: Northwestern 3 Martin Luther 1

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    13 Oct 12