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Blizzard highlights looming game of Super Bowl rouletteprofootballtalk.com Feb 7, 2013When the NFL was forced to move from Sunday to Tuesday a prime-time game between the Vikings and Eagles due to a looming blizzard in Philadelphia, we asked the NFL whether there were any second thoughts about hosting a Super Bowl in an open-air New Jers…Share Tweet
Love returns to Wolves, says 'I love being here'CNNSI.com Feb 7, 2013MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Kevin Love is back in Minnesota, trying to galvanize his struggling Timberwolves teammates and assure a nervous fan base that he is committed to winning with the team that drafted him.Share Tweet
Vikings Want The Super Bowl 2018vikingsgab.com Feb 7, 2013After meeting with NFL officials at the Super Bowl in New Orleans, Vikings executives came home firmly intent on landing the 2018 Super Bowl for their new stadium, which is to open in 2016 in downtown Minneapolis, Charlie Walters of the St. Paul Pioneer…Share Tweet
Another streak begins; Wolves lose 104-94howlintwolf.com Feb 7, 2013Pekovic battled and received a career-high 12 free throw attempts for his effort Positive: Jonah: As painful as it is to watch, Ricky Rubio’s game is slowly but surely transforming before our eyes. He’s tallied 25 assists in the past two games, incluShare Tweet
Mortenson, Hunt are finalists to build Vikings stadiumstartribune.com Feb 7, 2013Local firm Mortenson still in hunt to build $975 million venue.Share TweetESPN.com Feb 7, 2013We're Black and Blue All Over: It's not unusual for an NFL player to undergo offseason knee surgery, as Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan did last week, via Tom Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com. The type of surgery Sullivan had is not typical, however. A …Share Tweettimberpups.com Feb 7, 2013Game Summary The Spurs were the latest to visit the Twin Cities on Wednesday night to face off against our Timberwolves. If you want to compare two teams heading in polar opposite directions this season, look no further. The Spurs came into tonight’Share Tweet