'Seize The Moment': Vikings’ DB Jayron Kearse Shines In Nail-Biting Win Over BroncosFor the second week, defensive back Jayron Kearse was one of the brightest points on the Vikings' defense, preventing Denver from stealing the game away in the last few seconds.
‘You Got To Win Your Home Games:’ Wild Gunning For Win Over CoyotesWhile scoring has been a problem for the Minnesota Wild, tenacity keeps it from getting any worse.
Bloomington Figure Skater Wren Warne-Jacobsen, 16, Has Olympics In Her SightsBloomington figure skater Wren Warne-Jacobsen is chasing her Olympic dreams one step at a time.
‘It’s Competitive’: Athletes From All Over Compete In Woodbury Adaptive Basketball TourneyThe 37th Annual Courage Kenny Wheelchair basketball tournament finished in Woodbury Sunday. As you'll see, it features some of the best teams and athletes in the country.
Minnesota United FC's Michael Boxall Is Serious About His KicksAhead of Minnesota United's first ever Major League Soccer playoff match, against L.A. Galaxy, defender Michael Boxall joined Norman Seawright at Studiiyo23, a Minneapolis-based boutique that specializes in urban fashion—and that style is right up Boxall's alley.
‘We Still Control Our Destiny’: Minnesota Vikings Optimistic After 2-2 StartThe New York Giants showed life in a win last week over Washington, as the Minnesota Vikings fell flat in a loss to Chicago.
'You Have To Be Able To Throw The Ball': Vikings' Adam Thielen Frustrated After Loss To BearsAfter the Minnesota Vikings’ disappointing loss to the Chicago Bears, fans and players alike are frustrated – especially wide receiver Adam Thielen.
‘Anybody Can Beat Anybody’: Gophers To Battle Purdue To Kick Off Big Ten CompetitionThe Gophers Football team barely had an undefeated non-conference schedule, and they've learned from their performance.
Vikings Vs. Raiders: The Numbers In Sunday's WinOnce again the Vikings' offense was most effective on the ground: a throw for 174 and a run for 211. The game was against the Raiders, who were pretty much easy prey on the field, but these numbers tell us an interesting story that we'll keep an eye on as the season goes on.
Edina's Nicole Copeland Aiming For 3rd Straight Tennis Championship"Walking on the court and thinking you're going to lose, you're probably going to lose. You can't do that to yourself, so I'd say that there is pressure, but I love pressure because it's a privilege, and I'm happy I got to the point where I am," Edina High School's Nicole Copeland said.
Mason Toye, Hassani Dotson Return To Minnesota United After Nat'l Team StintThe Loons just got back two promising players -- Mason Toye and Hassani Dotson -- from the United States' under-23 team.
'We're Playing Together': Patience Is Paying Off For Farmington's Football ProgramFarmington High School knew they had some talent coming back, and now so does the rest of their conference.
'We're The Team To Watch': Orono Football's Danny Striggow Gunning For State Title Before Joining GophersThe Orono Spartans lost in the state championship last season -- but a Gopher signee is a major part of this team's drive to bring home a title.
'It Was For Everyone': USWNT Prioritize Fans On World Cup Victory Tour Stop At Allianz FieldThe back-to-back world champion U.S. Women's National Team, believe it or not, are tired, but they say getting to show off in St. Paul is worth it.
Uruguayan Thomas Chacon, 19, Brings Tenacity To Minnesota UnitedDuring his first day with the Minnesota United, 19 year old Uruguayan Thomas Chacon was already impressing his teammates.