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Vikings fans be thankful — we’re well ahead of last year


Vikings and Packers are now tied for first in the NFC North at 7-3 after Green Bay came in and beat the Vikings 30-13 at sold-out TCF Bank Stadium. Packers have beaten the Vikings 10 of the last 12 meetings. The Vikings will have to wait for another chance until January 3, 2016, when they play the Packers in the regular-season finale. Continue Reading →

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Where’s the diversity in college sport leadership?

Richard Lapchick

The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) Director Richard Lapchick once again notes in his latest study that key leadership at Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools and conferences “was even more White and male” this fall than last fall. Nearly 90 percent of college presidents, almost 87 percent of college athletic directors, and all 10 FBS conference commissioners are White. Continue Reading →

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North finishes a historic season

QB Tyler Johnson (10) dashes with two Mineota players in pursuit.

The south side of TCF Bank Stadium was draped in a sea of blue and white. The Northside community came out to witness history as the Minneapolis North Polars — playing in their first Prep Bowl — fell short, losing to defending champs Mineota 35-18 in the Class 1A football title game last Saturday morning. Continue Reading →

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