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For Humboldt High School's Seniors, It's About More Than Football

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — The entire senior football class at Humboldt High School is just two kids — one with an ROTC future hoping football helps him in that endeavor. 449 more words

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After Filling In For Peterson, Vikings’ McKinnon Still Ready

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Vikings are off for a bye week and resting some injured bodies. They’ve had many, like Adrian Peterson in Game 2. 47 more words

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Coach Hamilton's Spirit Of Positivity Pays Off In Elk River

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — When Steve Hamilton moved from Georgia to become the head coach at Elk River, he decided to re-build the program.

He did so not by going with a pass-happy offense, but instead by running the football out of power formations. 542 more words

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Jon Gruden Appreciates Minn. High School Football Coaches

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Jon Gruden is a day away from calling the Vikings game, and he’s spending time talking with high school coaches talking about the game that’s defined his life. 302 more words

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On Vikings, Kickers Walsh And Locke Having Very Different Seasons

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Blair Walsh has suffered through an up-and-down early season. He’ll talk about it, but not very much.

“Just going out there and trying to make kicks this week, and win the game,” he said to reporters in the locker room who asked about his recent missed field goal against the Giants. 212 more words

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Patterson Showing Depth, Drive In Revival With Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Cordarrelle Patterson was one of the many bright spots for the Vikings in Monday’s victory over the Giants.

Patterson is in the last year of his contract with the Vikings, but he’s looking motivated for big plays on the field, and that’s all coaches have ever asked of him. 284 more words

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Chanhassen Coach's Positivity An Inspiration To Team, Community

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It is parents night for the Chanhassen football team.

John and Sherry Noonan are there to support their senior son, Max, but it’s more than that. 997 more words

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