Lance Lynn has already cut his big league teeth playing for St Louis — playing with veterans and maturing into a major leaguer.
All eyes are on Lewis. It comes with the nature of a high profile first round pick. He’s doing what he can to just blend in, but by nature, he wants to lead.
Ken Novak Jr. he is afforded the support each day of a coach of 67 years” Ken Novak Sr., who is his son’s biggest fan.
When Jimmy Butler went down in late February, Nemanja Bjelica was the first call to step in as a starter.
Lexy Ramler is bring the Gophers gymnastics program up and the fans to their feet.
“I’ve got to get back to having fun, get back to playing the game the way I know how to play it,” Buxton told WCCO’s Mike Max.
For the first time, we’re hearing why the former Minneapolis schools athletic director says he abruptly resigned.
Calvin Wishart is one of those rare high school basketball players worth the price of admission.
Maxie used his sports psychology to motivate the team.
WCCO’s Mike Max sits down for a chat with Wolves Head Coach Tom Thibodeau as the team goes into the final stretch.
Nate Mason will play his final conference game at Williams Arena this week, and he’s seen a lot these past four seasons.
The Timberwolves have played 61 games, three-fourths of the regular season and now have a week to ponder some veteran perspective.
Curt Giles has been heading this program for 19 years. Before winning, he wants to build the feeling.
They won four of the last five state titles in Class A. Blake and championships went hand in hand.
A big player in the western suburbs hopes to fill some big holes in the Gopher lineup next year.
Head coach Tom Thibodeau is friends with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, but one of his star players grew up an Eagles fan.
Many in these parts have some issues with the Philadelphia Eagle fans.
Beau Allen, a defensive lineman for the Philadelphia Eagles. He’s back as the toast of the town for a week.
In Minneapolis Tuesday, Bill Belichick was the most wanted interview — for the coach who says the least.
On Tuesday, head coach Mike Zimmer moved to center stage to reflect on himself, the quarterbacks, the fans and his purpose.
They started like so many, with wide eyes and big dreams of that one day they would play in the “Big Game.”
One of the things Mike Zimmer did was make sure they stayed to a routine all week — the same practice schedule as has been the way all season.
Punter Ryan Quigley has been one of the Vikings’ lowest profile, most productive players this season.
When Eric Kendricks arrived in Minnesota from UCLA he realized it was going to be different.
It’s called “Welcome to the big leagues.” Taking that jump from college to NFL — a league that doesn’t ask for a résumé, just expects you to be ready.