Bob Sansevere got seriously dissed by members of the media for the Pioneer Press column he wrote yesterday entitled, "New manager should have Mauer catch again."In it, Sansevere argues that since injury-prone Mauer couldn't stay healthy during his first season at first base, he might as well move ba ... More >>
Barely two weeks into his new gig as a podcast host for the Tom Barnard Network, Jeff Dubay was abruptly fired yesterday.When Dubay was let go by 1500 ESPN in January, he accepted the news with equanimity and actually thanked the Hubbard family "for the great opportunity." This time around, however, ... More >>
Chris Kluwe appreciates porn stars, political protest.Chris Kluwe is the Vikings' lovably off-the-wall punter, who is best known for his love of World of Warcraft and his bass playing for local metal band Tripping Icarus. When he puts on the pads and helmet, he's also a pretty good punter.But now ... More >>
He's back.Former Vikings coach Brad Childress was run out of town last November in the wake of a total team collapse punctuated by Brett Favre's bum season and rumored infidelities, and the brief, boneheaded move to bring back Randy Moss. But Chilly's back -- if you've got a broadband hookup ... More >>
An interview with Vast Aire, a review and photos from Vast's show with Copywrite, and a new video from local sketch comedy group The Other Side Project. Plus more inside.
Some have said the Pioneer Press' Bob Sansevere is crazy for proposing the trade of a player who is currently a free agent. I say it is the nex ... More >>
Fake outrage follows Randy Moss' fake moon
For the country boy from West Virginia, saying the right thing doesn't count for much. Keeping it real does.
Media people: I mean you no harm
Dennis Green, Dan Barreiro, and the Race Card
He was instrumental in building the Vikings team that's now laying waste to the NFL. So why isn't anyone thanking Roger Headrick?
Dennis Green is the most controversial coach in Vikings history. And it's got nothing to do with football.
Sports columnists won't bite the hand that feeds them.