From the very beginning when the Timberwolves became an organization, the days of owners Marv and Harv playing their home games at the old Metrodome, it’s been one bumpy ride after another.
Opening day for Major League Baseball is March 28 at Target Field, believe it or not.
When the NCAA Men’s Final Four is in your home city, it’s obviously important to be in contention.
They did it again. The greatest run in NFL history continues as the New England Patriots, in their 11th Super Bowl, dominated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3.
ATLANTA — Greetings all from Atlanta, Georgia, the land of Gone with the Wind, the National Centers for Decease Control, birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, SEC Championship game, Coca-Cola, Magic City, the NFL Atlanta Falcons, Braves, Hawks — and this week Super Bowl LIII. I’m here to cover my 38th Super Bowl in Mercedes […]
This is what greatness is all about. Four teams have navigated through the minefields of the NFL to reach the finals in one of the most exciting seasons in league history.
The Vikings’ 8-7-1 regular season has come and gone, and the disappointment and frustration will remain through July. This season was supposed to be so much more.
Obviously, I’ve covered sports long enough to have a feel for what’s good and what’s not. Right now, the Minnesota Timberwolves have me in limbo.
As we go to press, the Vikings announced they have fired Offensive Coordinator John DeFilippo. QB Coach Kevin Stefanski is the interim OC and will call plays Sunday vs. Miami.
Los Angeles won with 30 over Detroit’s 16. The Rams are 11- 1, the best record in the NFL, and they play the 8-4 Bears next week. Next Monday the Vikings play at Seattle. With just four games left, winning is paramount.