1. Top Five Reasons All NCAA Schools Are Ectastic About a 96-Team Tourney

    Every March, tournament fever infects most of the nation. Either with hopes of a national championship, or hopes of winning bragging rights by taking down the office pool. The NCAA is contemplating expanding the tournament by 31 teams...

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  2. Minnesota Twins Organization, World Series Dreams Trashed by Target Field?

    Many people may consider Joe Mauer's recent contract signing the most significant news in relation to the upcoming 2010 Minnesota Twins season. Some may consider it the loss of their star closer, Joe Nathan...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 919 reads 4 comments

  3. Canterbury Park Inches Closer to Getting Their Racino

    The agricultural committee gave the racino bill an extra boost last week when it was approved by a simple voice vote. It has been attached to a bill also related to biomass...

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  4. Tubby Smith Rumors: Oregon, Georgia Tech, Virginia, and More

    The question I would ask all the universities courting Coach Smith is, Why? Why would you want a coach that has yet to turn around a program at the University of Minnesota? His recruits really haven't stepped into the limelight over in Dinkytown...

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  5. Lookin At Lucky Gears Up for the Louisville in the Santa Anita Derby

    As the 2009 Breeders' Cup from Santa Anita approached in late October, all of the buzz in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile surrounded Bob Baffert's Lookin At Lucky...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 277 reads 1 comments

  6. Mission Impazible, Louisiana Derby Champ: Derby Victory Possible

    Todd Pletcher continues to churn out Derby contenders season after season. The problem is that by the time they reach the finish line in the Kentucky Derby, they are never in front...

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  7. Last Week On The Inner-Dirt at The "Big-A"

    The Aqueduct is winding up its winter season with the last week of racing on the inner dirt surface. The Daily Racing Form's Race of the Day (ROD) will be the eighth race on today's card...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 23 reads 1 comments

  8. Louisiana Derby Should Sort Out the Contenders From Pretenders

    Typically you can count on the New Orleans circuit to spit out a couple legitimate Derby contenders every Spring. Last year, Friesan Fire took all the hype heading into the first Saturday in May...

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  9. Louisiana Derby Should Sort Out The Contenders From Pretenders

    Typically you can count on the New Orleans circuit to spit out a couple legitimate Derby contenders every Spring. Last year, Friesan Fire took all the hype heading into the first Saturday in May...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 198 reads 2 comments

  10. Minnesota-Xavier: The Devoe Joseph-Led Gophers Are Thinking Upset

    About two weeks ago on the University of Minnesota's campus, the only rumblings you heard of post-season basketball were "N.I.T." Gopher fans have been furious with the lack of chemistry on the court with Tubby Smith's basketball team...

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  11. Horse Racing in Minnesota: How A Racino Will Help the Sport and the State

    Canterbury Downs was built in Shakopee, Minnesota in the early 1980s. They ran their first pari-mutuel wagering horse race on June 26th, 1985. It was truly a spectacle in the Twin Cities area...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 551 reads 1 comments

  12. Gophers Basketball: Minnesota Rises from the Grave, NCAA Tourney Likely

    After an embarrassing loss at Michigan on March 2, the Minnesota Golden Gophers' "Bubble" burst with a loud pop...

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  13. Trouble for Tubby Smith and Minnesota Gophers Basketball

    Leading into the 2009-2010 Minnesota Men's Basketball season, Gophers fans were just grateful that they didn't have to watch another down of Tim Brewster's football program...

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  14. Favre or No Favre, Adrian Peterson will be the Key to the Next Super Bowl Run

    When Adrian Peterson fumbled for the third time against the Saints in the NFC Championship, my heart sunk for the guy. I know how hard of a worker he is; I know how good of a person he is deep down...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 519 reads 1 comments

  15. Percy Harvin Was the Key To Favre's Success in Minnesota

    Onlookers may see that Percy Harvin's migraine headaches are just another injury to a role-player on an NFL playoff team...

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  16. Minnesota Vikings And Their Fans Are Counting on Brett Favre Next Season

    Brett Favre came to Minnesota for his own personal reasons, but we accepted him as ours over the course of the 2009-10 season. Will he be here in 2010? Probably not. There will still be a ton of speculation from now through the end of August...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 4 years ago 595 reads 7 comments

  17. Vikings Fans: Heartache and Pain Resembles 1998

    Brett Favre came to Minnesota for his own personal reasons, but we accepted him as ours over the course of the 2009-10 season. Will he be here in 2010? Probably not. There will still be a ton of speculation from now through the end of August...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 5 years ago 1,759 reads 6 comments

  18. Minnesota Vikings-Dallas Cowboys: Why Can't the Media Get Over Those Cowboys?

    Coming into Sunday's game between Minnesota and Dallas, it was pretty obvious that the national media wanted a rematch of the Cowboys and Saints in the NFC Championship. You could tell Joe Buck and Troy Aikman both were rooting for a Dallas victory...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 5 years ago 778 reads 4 comments

  19. Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens: Manning Outshined By The Colts Defense

    Who would have thunk it? The Colts won their first playoff game of 2010 by shutting down one of the best rushing attacks in the league...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 5 years ago 633 reads 3 comments

  20. Ravens-Colts: Can Baltimore Eliminate "The Manning Effect"?

    Peyton Manning has the ability to audible to a number of plays at the line of scrimmage. Typically, he will get to the line of scrimmage, call out his adjustments, and move forward from there...

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  21. New Orleans Saints: "Where Is The Love?" from 13-0 to an Afterthought

    The NFL has turned into this week by week charade of popularity and praise so much, that two teams that were once undefeated at 13-0, are now being doubted by many whether they will win their first games of the postseason...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 5 years ago 279 reads 1 comments

  22. Minnesota Vikings Will Beat The Cowboys Handily On Sunday

    The national media has been brainwashed by the Dallas Cowboys recent success. It was less than six weeks ago that they were but written off in the NFC...

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  23. Could the Arizona Cardinals Make Another Road Run To the Super Bowl?

    It's so easy to dismiss the Arizona Cardinals because they play on the West Coast most Sundays. They have been playing in the worst and least popular division in the NFC since the realignment took them out of the NFC East...

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  24. New England's Decade of Dominance Officially Over After Loss To Baltimore

    After a decade has finished in which the New England Patriots franchise won three Super Bowl titles and flirted with perfection, the second decade of the new millennium has marked the end of an era...

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  25. Where Will Michael Vick Be QB1 in 2010?

    The pass that Michael Vick made on Saturday evening against the Dallas Cowboys proves that he still has that "it" factor that teams look for from their leaders...

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