MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Lost in the Box Store -- Where Are the Socks?
For years, whenever I wanted to fully express the abject monotony of a mind-numbingly tedious task, I drew upon the comparison of buying a pack of socks.
How wrong I was.
Humbled now, wrung by a r... Posted on 5/31/12 at 2:48 PM
JOEFITNESS: PERSONAL TRAINING AND BOOTCAMPS Captain America's Workout
What does it take to get into super hero shape?
Chris Evans aka Captain America debuted in the what I think is the summers best superhero movie. Not surprisingly Mr. Evans had to get into pretty good... Posted on 8/15/11 at 3:18 PM
STAFF BLOG FORUM WEEKLY PIC February 26
Freddy Coleman of North Dakota State University goes up for a basket as Griffan Callahan of South Dakota State University tries to stop the shot during the Friday game. Dave Wallis / The Forum... Posted on 7/10/11 at 12:01 PM
NDSU NEWS Inniger roast and appreciation dinner set
A roast and appreciation dinner to honor Erv Inniger are scheduled for April 15 at the Great Hall of the Holiday Inn, 3803 13th Ave. S., Fargo. Inniger retired Jan. 18 after a 33-year career at NDSU a... Posted on 3/16/11 at 12:51 PM
STAFF BLOG GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG Gophers guard Nolen could miss rest of season
This from the "What more can go wrong?" department at the University of Minnesota, via the Star Tribune's Myron Medcalf:
The Gophers' worst fears were confirmed Sunday, when the team learned that star... Posted on 1/24/11 at 12:32 PM
HOUSTON – North Dakota State senior Nathan Anderson ripped off seven birdies in nine holes and tied a school record with a 64 to finish in a second place tie Tuesday in the Rice Intercollegiate golf tournament.
MOORHEAD – Memorial Auditorium mastery continued for Concordia on Saturday.
The Cobbers shot 63 percent from the field to cruise to an 88-68 victory against Augsburg in Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men’s basketball.
CEDAR CITY, Utah – Jackson Stevenett scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, helping Southern Utah start Big Sky Conference play with a 79-67 victory over fellow conference newcomer North Dakota on Monday night.
Fargo - It was last year when NCAA president Mark Emmert endorsed a proposal that would pay student-athletes $2,000 more beyond the cost of an education. In essence, the NCAA would allow what it once busted its own members for doing: dispersing flat-out cash.
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