Recent content from Chip Scoggins
At this point, nothing that happens with any of the remaining 16 teams should be shocking, regardless of what their seedings might suggest.
News of Jorge Polanco's 80-game drug suspension as a result of a failed drug test serves as a reminder that best-laid plans can change in a blink of an eye.
Everything felt so rushed in the organization's first season of MLS a year ago. Now? The Loons are moving in the right direction.
Few things deflate a fan base more than envy borne of sitting on the sideline while other franchises conduct business with clear championship aspirations.
Sammy Walker, who had a goal and four assists in Thursday's 2A quarterfinal victory over Lakeville North, is as good as advertised. So is his Edina Hornets hockey team.
After three weeks in Korea, Chip Scoggins writes: "Mostly, I'll remember those four days when Minnesota athletes stole the show with one riveting performance after another."
Nothing in sports tops unexpected success, and the U.S. men's curling team, led by Chisholm-born John Shuster, engineered one of the greatest surprise endings in Olympic history.
Every other Olympic sport offers a showcase of the world's premier talent. Not men's hockey this year.
Bill Hancock has worn many sports hats, handling high pressure with perspective
Americans finished sixth, equaling the best-ever result for the U.S, but the team was "gunning for a lot more."