The unlikely ending to this high school football playoff game is a reminder that even the right idea has to be done in the right way. Or else.
Iowa didn't get a head start on the prep basketball season and start games this fall. That's a final score from a state football semifinal game played Thursday morning.
Not only did the team break the streak, it happened against an opponent that had a winning record this season and beaten the Royals soundly over the last two seasons.
The jaw-dropping play included eight laterals and 55 yards. It was so good we think you can overlook the fact that it didn't count. (Lateral No. 4 is the best.)
We're going to bet that you haven't been thinking yet about a Gophers bowl game destination and opponent. But other people have.
Tampa Bay and the Dodgers capped over four hours of baseball on Saturday night with the wildest ending ever in a World Series game. Here's how it sounded in three languages.
The 1986 season wasn't filled with many happy memories for the Twins. But a visit from the legendary base stealer, who died over the weekend, was a highlight
An important, meaningful demonstration across sports demanded nearly all of our attention and resources Thursday. Here's why we still offered coverage outside of this moment.
From The Sports Editor's Desk: Ever wonder why a story landed on the front page of a Sports section? It might have been a 'mix' thing.
John Focke was suspended this week by the Charlotte Hornets for tweeting a racist slur during an NBA playoff game. Cheryl Reeve and Rebekkah Brunson have come to his defense.
Among the challenges has been making baseball sound as normal as possible. That's where Chris Tveitbakk of Fox Sports North is a big-time player.
Yahoo Sports reported that a session on Saturday showed "there was a strong majority – but not unanimous – in support of canceling the season." Another call was reportedly taking place tonight.
The former Gophers women's basketball coach is the subject of an report published by USA Today headlined: "Texas Tech women's basketball players describe toxic culture: 'Fear, anxiety and depression.'"
Back when the Twins won the World Series in 1987, crowd noise was a front-and-center topic. And legendary broadcaster Al Michaels hasn't been shy about sharing his suspicions.
Started as a way to fill the void in the spring's lack of high school sports, the Minnesota State High School League's nickname challenge gave its followers a shining month of fun.
Eleven Division III schools have announced they won't field teams during fall semester. More decisions will be made in the next few weeks.
The former Gophers football coach, who is now a special assistant at TCU and has battled an assortment of health issues, contracted the virus while going out to dinner.
If you're a baseball fan, this week has probably played heavily on your emotions. Here are 10 questions about the latest in the negotiations to help sort out things.
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University of Minnesota students create nonprofit to donate unused medications to those who can't afford them
Gavin Weir, a left-handed pitcher, has given up one hit in 43 2⁄3 innings of postseason play. His strikeout total is just as epic and the youngster can hit, too.
Jalen Suggs' debut and Anthony Edwards' interview were two of several local highlights from NBA Summer League action on Monday.
Fowles started a weekend of big sports headlines with a masterpiece game that drew raves about her place in basketball history — and led the Lynx to an overtime upset of Las Vegas.
You think Minnesota sports fans have a fatal sense of impending doom? Golden Knights fans can put up a good fight when it comes to gloom.
Unlike some other teams, the Timberwolves are winning big at the expense of improving their odds at a better pick in the NBA draft. The subject is one for spirited debate.