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Sid Hartman is a sports columnist. He also can be heard weekdays on WCCO AM-830 at 6:40, 7:40 and 8:40 a.m.


Hartman: NFL executive praises state's host efforts for Super Bowl

NFL COO Tod Leiweke was no stranger to Minnesota, having once served as Wild team president. He had told league officials to expect a world-class, unique event in Super Bowl LII, and he said that looking back on the experience, that was exactly what they got.


Hartman: No league showing greater value growth than NBA

The Lakers, purchased for only $15,000 back in 1947, now are worth an astounding $3.3 billion.


Hartman: Saunders' impact with Timberwolves remains clear today

From the time Flip Saunders arrived at the University of Minnesota in 1973, he showed he was a brilliant basketball mind.


Hartman: Molitor believes young Twins turned the corner

The Twins last season reached the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and manager Paul Molitor was given a three-year contract extension. "I'm really excited to see what this team can do," he said.


Jottings

JOTTINGS • Now that the dust has settled on the Vikings’ season, quarterback Case Keenum talked about some of the great memories he had…


Hartman: Dozier still hopeful for new Twins deal

Second baseman Brian Dozier has been a bargain for how he has performed during his Twins career.


Hartman: Polishing tarnished image helped Moss get to Hall of Fame

Sid Hartman writes: "In my 70-plus years of working in sports, I have never seen an athlete repair his reputation as well as Randy Moss has."


Hartman: Eagles show their effort against Vikings was no fluke

There is no doubt that the Eagles' victory over this New England franchise proves that the Vikings lost to a truly great team two weeks ago.


Hartman: Without U.S. Bank Stadium, we'd have no Vikings or Super Bowl

There was no shot of the Super Bowl returning here without Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minneapolis City Council working together to get stadium financing.


Hartman: Grant was a two-way star in his Eagles playing days

Before he was coach of the Vikings, Bud Grant played two seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles.