Former Badger quarterback Joel Stave is hoping to make a leap to the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.
The Vikings offseason minicamp came to a pause Monday when Harrison Smith was awarded a monster contract.
Tracy Claeys needs to put his stamp on what is now his football program, so he added a twist – the first Gopher football fishing tournament on Lake Koronis near Paynesville.
Like a lot of great coaches, he is an institution. That’s what happens when you show up at a school in 1970 and are still coaching and teaching today.
It is one thing to throw hard. It is another to throw so hard that professional scouts come from all over the country to watch you pitch — and entertain drafting you.
The U placed wrestling coach J Robinson on paid administrative leave Wednesday as it investigates whether his athletes used and sold Xanax.
Deer hunters get confused. They see deer, they know they are there, but where and how many is perplexing. So the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources decided to do an audit.
Like the ones that are driven, Peterson is pleased with the past, but sees room for improvement.
Violet was born eight weeks ago. Mom remembers it well. That’s because after delivery they decided to check some discomfort she had experienced in her right eye during pregnancy.
The two Twins in the batting order that could change the season are Brian Dozier and Miguel Sano. If they hit the projections coming into the season, things would be different.
Phil Loadholt is back where he wants to be — practicing football with his team, the Vikings.
A.J. Pettersen is where he wants to be — in a dugout, making baseball decisions as a head coach at Chanhassen High School. “I love the ability to have a positive impact on kids. I had, you know, several coaches throughout my career that kind of changed the course of my life and how I see things,” A.J. said. “Baseball’s a game that’s really emotional and passionate.”
Vincent Grier is back finishing up his degree and spending some time trying to get pride back in the Gophers program.
WCCO’s Mike Max had long wanted to partake in turkey hunting, but he finally got the opportunity.
Gavin Kritzeck was a key component of the Howard Lake Waverly track team as a sprinter, but the team had to learn how to deal without him.
Gophers pitching coach Todd Oakes, battling Leukemia, has entered home hospice care.
Willie Howard has introduced a new program at Cooper, maybe the only one where a coach strives for ties.
Brad Baker grew up in St. Peter and lived his dream as a high school athlete and a home town college hero, playing baseball for his father at Gustavus College.
They’re always some of the most elite players in Minnesota — the Howard Pulley basketball team.
Where’s the best place and what’s the best way to fish walleye for this weekend’s opener?
While the fishing opener really means the walleye opener, fishing guide Steve Carney suggests there is another way to extract fun.
Below normal temperatures are expected for the Fishing Opener, which is pretty typical.
How does a young man who grew up in Stillwater and moved on to St. John’s to play football end up as the chief of staff for the president of the United States?
Jia and Jada Lewis are trying to lead the Minneapolis Edison Tommies to another state track meet this season. Proud of what their school means to them, they are symbolic of what school spirit really means.
Jerry Kill is gone, but certainly not forgotten in these parts. The Minutemen presented him with a Man of the Year Award at a roast for him Friday.