Recent content from Chip Scoggins
In Green Bay, Kirk Cousins had a chance to alter the narrative attached to his Vikings tenure, that he wilts in big games. Instead, he reinforced that line of thinking.
Aaron Rodgers' "what down is it?" blunder on Sunday was dumb. Kirk Cousins' "what was he thinking?" fourth-quarter throw was dumber.
Should the Gophers apologize for winning or for being 3-0? No. But they should be concerned with how they got there.
If the Vikings are able to climb back into the NFL's top tier, they'll do so on the shoulders of their terrific defensive line.
Michael Pineda's feel-good comeback story screeched to a halt with news that he tested positive for a banned substance and will miss the rest of the season, playoffs included.
Here's a suggestion the next time that Vikings coach Mike Zimmer decides to change kickers: She's playing soccer at Allianz Field tonight.
One game into the Gophers football season we know this: Rashod Bateman is a special talent. And the rest of the offense has a lot of work to do.
The Gophers fielded one of the worst defenses in college football last season until a switch in defensive coordinators for the season's final four games.
Ten seasons in the books, well past the fresh scent stage, so we wondered whether that new heart has fulfilled its promise? Short answer: Mostly but not entirely.
After giving the rookie an intentional walk when his team played the Twins, Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Luis Arraez: "looks like a guy who's going to hit .330. He stands up there like Rod Carew. A little bit of Tony Gwynn."