News And Notes
From how the Gophers could raise money to what Jerry Kill used to motivate to the Timberwolves interest in Kris Humphries, Mike Max has this week’s news and notes.
Former Cretin-Derham Hall and Miami quarterback Steve Walsh is now coaching high school football in Florida. That and more in this week’s News and Notes.
The Minnesota Gophers finally land a basketball player from Wisconsin, Minneapolis holds out hope on the Vikings, and Dave Winfield weighs in on the Twins. It’s all part of this week’s news and notes with Mike Max.
Is Adrian Peterson looking for a new contract? Who was the surprise guest at a football camp from the entertainment world? Mike Max answers those questions in this week’s news and notes.
The NFL lockout could be over by next week, Kim Kardashian is in town with former Gopher Kris Humphries and the Wild is evaluating talent this week.
Who helped influence the trade of Martin Havlat for Dany Heatley? What will the Wolves do to keep improving during the NBA lockout? Did you know Jose Canseco nearly ended up playing baseball this summer in Minnesota?
Ricky Rubio will play for a national team in Spain this summer regardless if there is a lockout in the NBA.
There is something going on behind the scenes that has created optimism from the Vikings that they will get a stadium bill passed during the special session.
How the NHL draft might impact the Gopher hockey team? It’s all part of this week’s News and Notes.
Revenue at the University of Minnesota, the Vikings’ stadium movement and a local connection to Wall Street are all a part of this week’s News and Notes from Mike Max.
The renovation for Target Center would probably cost in the neighborhood of $150 million. About $50 million of that goes to the tenants.
The NFL lockout, the Minnesota Wild head coaching search and the Twins health situation are all part of this week’s news and notes by Mike Max.
Mike Max has more on all of the NFL talk, and more, in this week’s news and notes.
From the Wild to the Vikings to the Gophers, it’s all part of this week’s news and notes here’s Mike Max.
The toughest ticket in the sporting world this year in Minnesota maybe this Thursday at the Xcel Energy Center for the Frozen Four with University of Minnesota-Duluth and University of North Dakota playing back to back, scalpers have ranged from $350 to $500 for one ticket to see both teams play.