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Nov 25th


Minnesota's own, Larry Fitzgerald, Jr., to host youth football camp

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Jr. will host a football camp for approximately 250 aspiring young players who will be entering grades 6 – 9 in the upcoming school year.

Bring back Dwayne Casey!

Bring back Dwayne Casey!If you follow the Timberwolves at all, then you know that former coach Dwayne Casey got a raw deal. We are all aware that “good ole boy” networks exist, and you may find it surprising that I am not completely against it. In the African American community we have our own version of the “good ole boy” network, it’s called “the hook up.”

Timberwolves announce fan appreciation month schedule of events

Throughout the month of April, the Minnesota Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation will express thanks to all of the dedicated fans who have supported the Wolves on the court and in the community in 2008-09 through Fan Appreciation Month, presented by NRG Energy Center Minneapolis.

(Mr. T's Sports Report) Gophers track teams are the best in the midwest

(Mr. T's Sports Report) Gophers track teams are the best in the midwestIt would be a shame if all of our readers weren’t informed of the fact that the Minnesota Golden Gophers recently won the 2009 Big Ten Indoor Championship in Track and Field.  And when I say they won, I mean the men and the women won!  The last time a team achieved the feat of claiming both titles was last century (1997 University of Wisconsin).

(Mr. T's Sports Report) If you play sports, go to college… please!

As the basketball season comes to a close, so does the slow march to the end of the school year.  The end of the school year means the beginning of your adult life if you are a high school senior.  Knowing how absolutely un-adult that most sensible human beings are, and should be, at the age of 18, colleges and universities just might be the greatest invention in the history of mankind.  The next greatest invention was collegiate sports for dummies like me to get the last remnants of “I’m going to be a professional football player” out of my system.

Stephen Morris wins accolades at DeBartolo Football Academy

Stephen Morris wins accolades at DeBartolo Football Academy(Black PR Wire) (March 10, 2009) MIAMI – Football season may have ended a few months ago, but Monsignor Pace Quarterback Stephen Morris, 16 of Miami Shores, Fla., continues to raise eyebrows and impress college coaches by turning in tremendous performances during off-season national combines and events.

(Mr. T's Sports Report) You play to the level of your competition

(Mr. T's Sports Report) You play to the level of your competitionAs a track athlete I was talented, but lazy.  I ran my best when faced with the biggest challenges. I ran to the level of my competition.  Sometimes I would try to turn in top- notch performances when facing minimal opposition, but it was hard to duplicate that nervous fire that existed when I knew there was someone in the race that could make me look real silly if I didn’t perform somewhere close to my best.  Obviously there is a lesson to be learned there.
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