Recent content from Patrick Reusse
Mavericks football coach Todd Hoffner talked with the Northern Sun about the possibility of spring games. Any competition had to be arranged among schools, and thus a plan was hatched.
The athletic department's financial troubles and the pandemic complications should not stand in the way of Richard Pitino's dismissal
The longtime fan of the Minnesota program died Sunday in Rochester at age 89. Her roots go back to when high school hockey first came to the border community.
It's cold and depressing as a lowly member of the ABA — the Always Building Association — but it seems to be the Timberwolves' destiny in the most-unforgiving of pro sports leagues.
David "Big Papi" Ortiz is No. 1 for a Twins batter blunder, no question, but a nominee for No. 2 is Graig Nettles.
A player who would have been signing a contract extension in the spring of 2018 to stick around into the next decade at sizable dollars appears to face two unfortunate options in 2021.
Coming off three seasons in Japan, lefty Andrew Albers will be heading for Fort Myers as soon as pandemic travel issues allow him to leave Saskatchewan.
As family farms continue toward extinction and small town populations further age, civic determination keeps the doors open to schools that carry the hometown name.
Gophers basketball has been the same product for years, no matter the coach.
Honors have been constant since Stephanie Samedy arrived in 2017 as one of the nation's top recruits. The senior is now trying to influence the next generation of Gophers.