Fall/Winter 2004
Copenhagen native and 22 year veteran Morten Andersen is still kicking after all these years.
Interview: Michelle Tafoya
ABC's Michelle Tafoya reached the pinnacle of sportscasting when she was named the sideline reporter for this season’s Monday Night Football telecasts.
Artful Dodgers
How Minnesota is bouncing along with the sudden popularity of dodgeball.

Early Summer 2004
Greece is the Word
The Olympics are the pursuit of a lifetime, and also the dream of a lifetime for four Minnesota athletes training full time.
Oh Henry!
Twins catcher Henry Blanco causes early season tremors and turns into "Hammerin' Hank."

Minnesota Observations from Athens
Doug Frattalone send us his impressions of the Games of the XXVII Olympiad.

Robbinsdale Little League All-Stars
Robbinsdale's run at the Midwestern Regional Tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana .

Early Spring 2004
Boxed Into a Corner
How Matt Vanda Went from Action Hero to Accused.
Checking out of Hockey
Football is in his future as a Gopher, but Dominique Barber kept his skates on for his last season as a Wayzata Trojan.
Heart and Soul
If Lindsay Whalen is the heart of the Gopher Women’s basketball team, the case can be made that Janel McCarville is the soul.

Movie Review: "Miracle"
Disney movie based on the U.S. Olympic Hockey team of 1980 and their coach Herb Brooks

Winter 2004
John Gagliardi: The Legend Lives On
2003 Minnesota Sports Person of the Year.
Ex-Gopher Rick Rickert heads overseas to fine tune his game for the NBA.
Wild, Wild Wes
The Wild’s defensive dynamo Wes Walz on stitches, fighting, scoring goals, and hostility in the workplace..

Fall/Winter 2003
Puck Talk: Twins legend speaks out
Sports Nuggets by Eric Nelson, Twin Cities broadcaster.
A Family Of Faith
The story of how the Fitzgerald family is coping with the loss of a lovedone as the sports spotlight shines brighter than ever.
Hard work and talent make the Gophers’ Cassie Busse one of the nation’s best volleyball players.
Minnesota Makerover (2004 post season special)
The Minnesota Timberwolves team photo has changed radically this season.

We remember Herb Brooks
Former U.S. Olympic and Minnesota Gopher hockey coach Herb Brooks died August 11, 2003

Aug/Sept 2003
Ed Karow may have had the best ad-lib line ever uttered on KSTP-TV.
Twins pitcher LaTroy Hawkins grew up in Gary, Ind., a city famous for steel mills, The Jackson Five and Glenn Robinson.
A slice of the good life for Edina's HILARY LUNKE - 2003 U.S. Women's Open Champion.
MAN of STEEL (OnLine Special Addition)
Spend a few days working out with Chris Hovan and you’ll understand why the Vikings’ defensive dynamo is stronger, faster and better than ever.

The Wild's Historic Ride
NHL Post Season Special, 2003

Spring 2003
Using a combination of raw talent and good old-fashioned hockey smarts, rookie Pierre-Marc Bouchard takes the fast track to the NHL..
Wayzata nativePete Knudsen has found success pedaling his bike on Pro Cycling's Bike Racing Tour.
Matt "The Predator" Vanda'a quest for boxing glory.

Winter 2003
From Russia with Love
Anna Kournikova brings tennis-plus to Minnesota. Minnesota has never seen tennis like this before... Anna-style that is.
Brock Lesnar: Lord of the Ring
You know you've made it in the professional wrestling game when you're at an autograph signing and an adoring fan hands you a metal folding chair.
Q&A: Darby Hendrickson
Interview with Minnesota Wild center Darby Hendrickson.
SUPER SLOVAK (Post Season Special Addition)
Marian Gaborik has all the tools: The speed, the shot, and the moxie to be hockey's next big thing.
Good as Gold (2004 Gopher Highlight Special Addition)
On January 25, 2004 Lindsay Whalen became the all-time leading scorer in Gopher women's basketball history.

Fall 2002
Interview with Sean Salisbury
Former Vikings quarterback Sean Salisbury is now a regular part of ESPN's NFL coverage and co-hosts on ESPN Radio.
Golden Kuppe
Jake Kuppe is leading the charge for Gopher football
Marathon Man
Superman doesn't fly without his red cape. Chris Lundstrom doesn't run without his red bandana.

Summer 2002
Q&A: Ernie Harwell
Broadcasting Major League Baseball for 55 years has given Detroit Tigers play by play man Ernie Harwell a prospective on America's pastime like no other.
A Case for Cooperstown: Bert Blyleven
Bert Blyleven left the game after a 22-year career with 287 victories, a mere 13 short of 300.
Miller Time
Twin sisters Coco and Kelly Miller top off their careers in the WNBA

Spring 2002
Front Row Seat
Eric Nelson and Chris "Boomer" Berman discussed the contraction, a new Twins ballpark, and the Vikings.
The lost art of throwing a baseball is where Gopher Coach John Anderson starts. Anderson's advice to young players and coaches: keep it simple.
Q&A: Doug Mientkiewicz
Twins' first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz takes a position on everything from contraction to getting dirty in the grass to winning the division.