Dunkin’ Deuces :: 9/17 Edition

Minnesota Vikings

VikesCentric: The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog) – ‎14 hours ago‎
I’m not defending the performance of McNabb nor the Vikings offense as a whole in the Week 1 loss to the Chargers; I’m merely illustrating that there are times when even the best quarterbacks on the planet go out there and fall flat on their facemasks.

Minnesota Vikings Vs. Bucs: Injury Report’s Biggest Name Is E.J. Henderson

SB Nation Minnesota – Scott Schroeder – ‎14 hours ago‎
Sunday’s game between the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will feature two NFC teams, and former NFC Central rivals, but the biggest story as of Friday is the injuries each team is dealing with. As both teams look to pick up their first win

Former Vikings star revels in memories, coaching

Minneapolis Star Tribune – Myron P. Medcalf – ‎18 hours ago‎
Millard said Vikings nostalgia won’t affect his ability to strategize ways to conquer Minnesota’s offensive line and pressure McNabb during his homecoming. He expects to get any sentimentality out of his system before the game starts.

Buccaneers At Vikings: Minnesota Looks To Improve After Tough Opening Loss

SB Nation Minnesota – ‎18 hours ago‎
For the best Vikings’ coverage on the internet, be sure to take a peek at The Daily Norseman. Do you want major updates to this story in your Facebook News Feed? Sunday’s game between the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will feature two NFC

Golden Gophers

Gameday: Minnesota vs. Miami (Ohio)

Minneapolis Star Tribune – ‎6 hours ago‎
Expect another big day for the Gophers QB. The Gophers allow 3.1 yards per rush, one of the best marks in the Big Ten, and Miami picked up just 76 yards on the ground last week. Expect the RedHawks to try to exploit Minnesota’s difficulty in pressuring

Kill determined to coach after ‘toughest’ seizure

Minneapolis Star Tribune – Sid Hartman, Phil Miller – ‎8 hours ago‎
Gophers coach Jerry Kill was carted off by medics after he had a seizure last Saturday. The days since have been spent with doctors who hope to control his seizures. Even the worst seizure of Jerry Kill’s life won’t keep him from being with his

Minnesota coaches familiar with Miami of Ohio

KARE – ‎13 hours ago‎
AP MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Golden Gophers got a huge emotional lift when Jerry Kill returned to practice five days after suffering a seizure on the sidelines in a loss to New Mexico State. It was a much-needed shot in the arm for a shaken program.

Kill: Seizure was worst one I’ve experienced

Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog) – ‎13 hours ago‎
The seizure that struck Jerry Kill on the sidelines of TCF Bank Stadium last Saturday was the worst one he has ever experienced, the Gophers‘ coach told Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman on Friday, and he experienced additional seizures during his

TFD: Jerry Kill appears on Big Ten Network at 6 tonight (preview video clip here)

Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog) – Michael Rand – ‎14 hours ago‎
None other than ex-Gophers coach Glen Mason, now with the Big Ten Network. His interview with Kill will air at 6 tonight, per this BTN tweet. “I think the greatest thing is people have been tremendous to me,” Kill said in a snipped released.

Scoggins: Kill has an ally in former coach Mason

Minneapolis Star Tribune – Chip Scoggins – ‎Sep 15, 2011‎
Former Gophers coach Glen Mason says he harbors no ill will towards the university that fired him. A letter arrived at Jerry Kill’s office a few days after he was hired as Gophers football coach. It was a congratulatory note from someone who used to

 

Minnesota Twins

Thome still a big fan favorite

Minneapolis Star Tribune – Tom Olmscheid – ‎9 hours ago‎
Cleveland Indians’ Jim Thome, right, signs an autograph for a Minnesota Twins‘ fan prior to their baseball game, Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, in Minneapolis. This is the first game back at Target Field for Thome after being traded to the Indians last month.

Thome leads Indians to 7-6 win in return to Twins

Minneapolis Star Tribune – ‎7 hours ago‎
Article by: AP MINNEAPOLIS – Ron Gardenhire got used to seeing Jim Thome hit home runs at Target Field as a member of the Minnesota Twins. Thome is still hitting homers at the Twins ballpark, but now he’s wearing a Cleveland Indians jersey.

 

Minnesota Timberwolves

It doesn’t matter to Brad, who’s ready to “come in and chew someone’s butt

Yahoo! Sports (blog) – Kelly Dwyer – ‎Sep 16, 2011‎
And he’ll be singing the praises of Adelman, the man who coached him in both Sacramento and Houston, along the way. From the Star Tribune: “He’s not a man who needs to say a lot,” Miller said. “That’s just not his personality.
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