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  • After Crazy Win, Bulldogs Want More

    Duluth, MN ( --- University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) football usually takes the approach that the team wants to be (1-0) each week, throwing out the good and the bad from the week before. This week, though, that philosophy might have to change.

  • Saints Won't Underestimate Winless Storm

    Duluth, MN ( --- The St. Scholastica football team is (2-0) this season and is facing (0-2) Crown this Saturday afternoon, but first-year head coach Kurt Ramler isn't letting his guys overlook this week's opponent.

  • Without a School, Hurricanes Turn to Church

    Poplar, WI ( --- They are 20 girls ranging from fourth to 12th grade, and all they want to do is play high school volleyball. The trouble is, they don't go to high school. Enter the Homeschool Hurricanes.

  • UMD Excited, Focused for Home Opener

    Duluth, MN ( --- The No. 3 University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) volleyball team is set to have its 2014 home opener this Friday night when its hosts No. 8 Southwest Minnesota State, a night that both elicits excitement and requires focus.

  • Vikings' Munnerlyn Comes to AP's Defense

    Minneapolis, MN ( --- Minnesota Vikings cornerback Captain Munnerlyn came to the defense of running back Adrian Peterson on Wednesday, calling it "not fair at all" the team decided to put him on paid indefinite leave.

  • Early in Season, UMD Leaning on Lauters

    Duluth, MN ( --- The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) football team has relied heavily early this season on junior running back Logan Lauters, but he says he's most excited for the time his backfield partner is back to 100 percent.

  • Governor Dayton Calls for AP's Suspension

    St. Paul, MN ( --- Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has now entered the ring on the contentious Adrian Peterson situation, calling on the Minnesota Vikings to keep the star running back off the field until allegations against him for child abuse have been resolved.

  • Franken: Vikings Made "Wrong Decision" on AP

    St. Paul, MN ( --- United States Senator Al Franken has joined the conversation about the decision to reinstate Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson amid allegations of child abuse, calling the situation "bigger than a football game."

  • Sponsors React to AP Child Abuse Allegations

    Minneapolis, MN ( --- Several big-name sponsors of the Minnesota Vikings and the NFL are taking steps to distance themselves from the public relations nightmare created by the team reinstating running back Adrian Peterson amid felony child abuse allegations against him.

  • Yellowjackets, Saints Fall in Home Openers

    ( --- The University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS) men's soccer team suffered its first loss of the season to St. Thomas while the St. Scholastica women's team failed to get its first win on Saturday afternoon with both teams making their home debuts.

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