The Minnesota Vikings have listed quarterback Teddy Bridgewater as questionable for their game at Green Bay. The final injury report of the week was released Wednesday, as the Vikings prepared to travel east for their primetime game against the rival Packers Thursday.
Thousands of high school students are picking-up a gun and joining a new sport. The "Minnesota State High School Clay Target League" is exploding in popularity. Executive Director Jim Sable says their fall league has 1,770 participants from 68 high schools.
A proposed policy that deals with transgender student-athletes in high school sports in Minnesota is generating a heavy response from those on both sides of the issue. The Minnesota State High School League says some board members have received more than 400 emails on the policy since Sunday when the Minnesota Child Protection League ran a full page newspaper ad warning that boys would be allowed to shower with girls in the locker room.
Hundreds of University of Michigan students have marched to the home of school President Mark Schlissel to protest against the performance of athletic director Dave Brandon and football coach Brady Hoke.
The Minnesota Vikings have not committed to Teddy Bridgewater playing at Green Bay on his sprained left ankle. Two days after his injury, however, the quarterback is "doing much better," according to coach Mike Zimmer.
The Minnesota Twins say former manager Tom Kelly is recovering after suffering what the team calls a minor stroke last week. Twins general manager Terry Ryan says he spoke to Kelly on Monday. Kelly told Ryan that he was briefly hospitalized after the stroke, but doctors have told him that he should make a full recovery.
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