‘My, Oh My’ T-Shirts Honoring Scott Miller Raise $7,500 For Cancer Center

FARGO — T-shirts emblazoned with Scott Miller’s signature phrase “My, Oh My” raised $7,500 that was donated to the Roger Maris Cancer Center, according to a press release from Scheels. Miller, longtime voice of the North Dakota State football and men’s basketball teams, died in March after a long battle with cancer. The shirts were…
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AUDIO: Minnesota Man Who Caught Record Fish: ‘I Basically Freaked Out’

Barnesville, Minn., angler Lyal Held caught a state-record smallmouth bass Saturday in Horseshoe Lake near Webster, S.D. The 7-pound, 3-ounce hawg beat the old South Dakota record by three ounces. Held was a guest on the “Mike McFeely Show” on 970 WDAY on Monday morning and said he “basically freaked out” once he boat the…
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Possible N.D. State Record Northern Pike Caught … And Released

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — Nathan LaFleur caught what was likely the largest northern pike ever taken from Devils Lake and possibly the largest ever in North Dakota — and released it before he could weigh it. LaFleur caught a 51.5-inch pike last week on a fly rod. TV personality Jason Mitchell posted a photo of…
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Barnesville Angler Catches S.D. State Record Smallmouth Bass

WEBSTER, S.D. — Barnesville, Minn., anglers Lyal Held and Casey Ehlert had a quest to catch a state record smallmouth bass in South Dakota. They figured it could take years. It was over Saturday morning in little more than an hour of fishing. Held caught a 7-pound, 3-ounce smallie on Horseshoe Lake in northeast South…
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What Is The Ceiling On NDSU Athletic Spending?

My metro column for Sunday’s www.inforum is filed, and it has more to do with sports and money than anything metro-related. Given the nice raise North Dakota State football coach Chris Klieman just received, and given the clear upward trajectory of spending in the Bison athletic department since the move to Division I, I’m just…
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