Jeff Wald started as a Web Producer at WCCO-TV in April of 2011. Before that, he was a freelance Web Producer at KARE-TV in Golden Valley.
Jeff spent six years covering high school and college sports as the Northfield News Sports Editor from 2004-2010. That position also included blogging and writing online content.
Jeff attended the University of St. Thomas from 2000 to 2004, where he earned a degree in Print Journalism along with a minor in Communications. Jeff also covered St. Thomas athletics and interned in sports at both KARE-TV and Fox 9 during that time.
He grew up in Golden Valley and attended Totino-Grace High School. Jeff is an avid golfer who also has a passion for high school football and a wide range of sports. Jeff started the “Prep Blog” in August of 2011 with an emphasis on covering high school football around Minnesota. He also will blog about St. Thomas football as Tommie football can be heard in the fall on WCCO Radio 830 AM.
The Timberwolves haven’t gotten a playoff win in 14 years. Ricky Rubio got his first playoff win Wednesday night.
Earlier this month, MnDOT announced more 250 construction projects for the season. Mother Nature had other ideas.
It’s a safe bet that when you have early April baseball at Target Field, it will likely be cold, and it could snow.
The Twins didn’t land Yu Darvish and are without Ervin Santana until May. They need a front-line starting pitcher.
It was without question the Vikings’ worst defensive performance of the year, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time.
It would be the first time in NFL history that the host city’s team plays in the Super Bowl.
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The Vikings are two victories away from becoming the first NFL franchise to play for a Super Bowl in their home stadium.
Are the Vikings capable of winning the Super Bowl? Can fans allow themselves to go all-in emotionally on this team?
Minnesota sports fans were ready to focus on how things went on the playing field, rather than arrests, suspensions and coaching changes.
Case Keenum had another stellar game, the Vikings defense dominated and the Bengals had no hope.
Despite all the adversity, the Vikings had a chance to win the game late. Their chances to win the NFC also got better despite the loss.
The Minnesota Vikings made a statement on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.
Just like we all expected, the Minnesota Vikings are leading the NFC North Division heading into their Week 9 bye. Wait, what?
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What a difference a couple weeks makes for the Minnesota Vikings.
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Turnovers and a few key missed plays ultimately led to Minnesota losing its first divisional game. But more importantly, the running game is now a huge question mark.
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Do we really want the Minnesota Twins in a one-game playoff at Yankee Stadium for the American League Wild Card?
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Monday night’s result makes it pretty clear just how meaningless the preseason was for the Vikings.