St. Paul Pioneer Press
An unfortunate byproduct of four 90-loss seasons is that the Minnesota Twins found it necessary to part ways with a good man
While J.P. Parise fights cancer, he doesn’t get out of the house as much but he’s still a die-hard hockey fan and the proud father of Zach Parise, the Wild’s standout left wing
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said he’s “hopeful” Teddy Bridgewater will be ready for Thursday night’s nationally televised game against archrival Green Bay
Twins part ways with Ron Gardenhire after 13 years, six division titles
Mike Zimmer already has seen enough in four weeks as an NFL head coach that it might seem like four years.
Jerry Kill is a hero. Brady Hoke is in trouble. Real trouble.
Jerry Kill didn’t want to look back at first. After missing last year’s Michigan game for health reasons, the Gophers football coach felt he cost his team a chance to beat the Wolverines for the first time since 2005.
For this year’s edition of the Battle for the Little Brown Jug, the headlines have been dedicated to embattled Michigan coach Brady Hoke and the four quarterbacks who have taken turns leading the Wolverines and Gophers through four games.
Nobody wants to see Mike Zimmer mad. Vikings rookie linebacker Anthony Barr cites that as one reason he wants to improve.
Running back Adrian Peterson might be done for the year; quarterback Matt Cassel and guard Brandon Fusco definitely are.