Bresciani Puts Out A Fire That Should’ve Never Been Started

FARGO — The mighty North Dakota State athletic program has its tail between its legs today after being forced to rescind asinine new media guidelines that would’ve restricted the way some outlets cover the football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams. I guess the local yokels won out over the National Brand. (For now. I…
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Cullen’s Return To Penguins In Question, Says NHL Destination ‘A Work In Progress’

MOORHEAD — Matt Cullen will spend this weekend celebrating the return of the Stanley Cup to his hometown. The Moorhead High graduate has a full slate scheduled Saturday to show off the most recognizable trophy in professional sports. So for a couple of days Cullen will put aside the work of finding a place to…
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AUDIO: Dom Izzo One Last Time From Philly

WDAY-TV Channel 6 sports director Dom Izzo joined my radio show on 970 WDAY this morning to chat about former NDSU quarterback Carson Wentz’s training camp start with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Maris On Hickok Belt: ‘The Top Award An Athlete Can Win. It’s Tops.’

FARGO — It is likely most of the visitors to West Acres Mall who perused the items in the Roger Maris Museum had no idea what the Hickok Belt was before Tuesday. That was the day a thief broke into the shopping center and stole the ornate belt from an enclosed glass case. The clueless…
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Prediction: Higher Ed Will Push To Tighten Open-Records Laws To Aid President Searches

My friends at the Grand Forks Herald used a Sunday editorial to point out I have a problem with new University of North Dakota president Mark Kennedy because he doesn’t have a doctoral degree. It was one sentence in an editorial praising Kennedy as a great choice for UND because he’s a straight shooter who…
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