It has been said before and it is widely true — a team with two starting quarterbacks is a team with no starting quarterback.
This describes the Minnesota Golden Gopher football team and it could become an “elite” problem for new head coach P.J. Fleck. Continue reading “Fleck reminds me of Brewster”
On Sunday, I completed the first major hike in my life.
Colchuck Lake Trail sits about 13 miles west and a bit north of Leavenworth, which is about 18 miles north and a bit west of Wenatchee — where I live. Continue reading “Hiking Colchuck Lake Trail”
Nineteen months ago, the Minnesota Vikings were on the verge of making it to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. All Blair Walsh had to do was convert a short field goal. Continue reading “A modest prediction for a modest Minnesota football team”
A lot of players made a lot of money this past offseason in the NBA.
Some deals were expected. Others weren’t, but were sadly going to happen anyway. Continue reading “Bad NBA contracts”
It’s been a while since I have written about the Minnesota Timberwolves. The team has been very active in the free agent scene since it began on July 1. Continue reading “Timberwolves on the prowl in free agency”
From what I have been reading in the immediate aftermath of Jimmy Butler coming to Minnesota in Thursday’s trade with the Chicago Bulls, a lot of people seem to think the Timberwolves took advantage of the Bulls. Continue reading “For now, Minnesota wins trade with Chicago”