And just like that we’re off into full-blown summer and all of its glory.
“One Shinning Moment” is the cheesy song that is played at the conclusion of the NCAA men’s basketball championship game, while a montage of slow-motion highlights recaps the drama of the last three weeks of college basketball.
March Madness isn’t a just cliche to describe the approximately two weeks where college basketball is front and center in the collective minds of sports fans across the country.
I’m a big fan of the Olympics, winter and summer. The season doesn’t matter to me because this is the real version of reality television.
Before the 2010 Winter Olympic games in Vancouver, Canada, USA Hockey called the National Sports Center in Blaine home for its women’s hockey program.
One look at the Minnesota Vikings’ record and it’s easy to say this is a lost season.
On paper, the Vikings 3-9-1 record reeks of a team going in the wrong direction fast, but a deeper look shows that the level of parity across the league is very high.
Last weekend I had the privilege of catching the Coon Rapids Homecoming football game and while the end result was abysmal for Coon Rapids fans (41-14 loss to Blaine), the mood inside the stadium was 180 degrees different.