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Bison and Johnnies Win Homecoming, Vikings Face Saints in London
Bison and Johnnies Win Homecoming, Vikings Face Saints in London
The North Dakota State University and St. John's University football teams came up with big wins in front of their homecoming crowds, the Granite City Lumberjacks completed a weekend sweep, and the University of Minnesota and St. Cloud State University men's hockey teams got their seasons off to a hot start on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Minnesota Twins lost in Detroit, the St. Cloud Norsemen were swept by Aberdeen, and the Gopher football team suffered their first loss of the year. On Sunday the Minnesota Vikings will face the New Orleans Saints in London, and the Wild will travel to Chicago for their third preseason game.
Lumberjacks Remain Undefeated, College Hockey Returns
Lumberjacks Remain Undefeated, College Hockey Returns
The Granite City Lumberjacks kept their perfect record intact with a trip to Wyoming Friday, while the Minnesota Twins shut out the Tigers and the St. Cloud Norsemen came up short at home. On Saturday, the University of Minnesota, North Dakota State University, and St. John's University football teams will all play their homecoming games, and college hockey returns to Minnesota with the Gophers and Huskies both hitting the ice.
Gophers and Bison Earn Double Digit Wins, Johnnies Fall to Bethel
Gophers and Bison Earn Double Digit Wins, Johnnies Fall to Bethel
The University of Minnesota and North Dakota State University football teams as well as the Granite City Lumberjacks, St. Cloud Norsemen, and Minnesota Twins notched big wins on Saturday, while the St. John's University football team suffered their first loss at the hands of Bethel. On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings will play host to the Detroit Lions.
Bison, Gophers, Johnnies Stay Undefeated, Vikings Host GB Sunday
Bison, Gophers, Johnnies Stay Undefeated, Vikings Host GB Sunday
The North Dakota State University, University of Minnesota, and St. John's University football teams kept the momentum going, notching wins in the second week of the season. The Minnesota Twins, however, are trending in the opposite direction with their second straight loss to the Cleveland Guardians on Saturday. On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings will kick off the season at U.S. Bank Stadium when they host the Green Bay Packers.

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