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  • Peterson Should Be Ready Thursday

    Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told reporters yesterday that the ankle of his star running back Adrian Peterson felt better this Monday than it did the previous Monday. Peterson has missed practice time in each …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Twins Name New Coaches

    The Minnesota Twins are adding some familiar names to their Major League coaching staff. The club announced today that Tom Brunansky will be the new hitting coach, Terry Steinbach will serve as bench coach and …

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    23 Oct 12
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    The Sr Mary Knights break out after a time out in the third set of a five set win over Sleepy Eye. The Knights win 19-25, 25-18, 22-25, 25-19 and 15 to 11. St Mary’s …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Lucia Gets Win 600

    University of Minnesota men’s hockey coach Don Lucia notched his 600th career win with a 3-2 victory over Michigan Tech on Saturday night in Houghton, Michigan. With a 600-329-83 career record in more than 25 …

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    22 Oct 12
  • Gopher FB Host Purdue Sat.

    The Golden Gopher football team will have today off and return to the practice field tomorrow. Minnesota lost at Wisconsin 38-13 on Saturday, in a game that saw true freshman quarterback Phillip Nelson of Mankato …

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    22 Oct 12
  • Vikes Improve to 5 and 2

    Minnesota safety Harrison Smith had a 31-yard interception return for a touchdown, leading the Vikings past the Cardinals 21-14 yesterday in Minneapolis. Adrian Peterson rushed for 153 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries for …

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    22 Oct 12
  • Wolves Play Wednesday

    The Timberwolves take on the Pistons in a preseason affair north of the border on Wednesday. Minnesota suffered a 92-81 loss to the Bulls its last time out on Friday. The Wolves dropped to 3-and-2 …

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    22 Oct 12
  • Fever Claim WNBA Finals

    Minnesota Lynx star Seimone Augustus chose a bad night to have the poorest shooting night of her career. Augustus struggled to a 3-for-21 shooting night and Indiana beat Minnesota 87-78 in Game Four of the …

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    22 Oct 12