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The Sportive, Episode 89: Vikings Info


It’s rare that we have actual information on the podcast, but our good friend Josh Fiedler came armed with three pages of notes about the 2014 Vikings, their draft and free agent needs, and what to look out for this offseason.

Relevent Sports clarifies “broad strategic alliance” with Vikings MLS bid

While Relevent has MLS ties, they won’t be working with the Vikings on bringing an MLS team to Minnesota.

A few thoughts on the Vikings, United, stadiums, and MLS

Tuesday was a day for soccer chatter of all types in the Twin Cities.

Vikings VP Bagely states intent to bring MLS to Minnesota

Bagely spoke about the Vikings’ future in MLS with the Star Tribune’s own Michael Rand.

Is Norv Turner an Offensive Genius?

I’ve been getting in arguments about new Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner. I figured it was time to find out where the truth actually lies.

Weekend Links: Is it wrong to cheer against the Vikings?

With the Vikings needing to draft a better quarterback – is it wrong to cheer against them?

The Sportive, Episode 29: At least Blair Walsh played well

We did a post-Vikings game podcast on Sunday. It made us kind of feel better about what was a horrible Vikings game. In conclusion, Christian Ponder is history’s greatest monster.

The Sportive, Episode 2: You’re Welcome, Bettman

In this week’s Sportive podcast, we talk Vikings, Timberwolves, Olympic wrestling, and a terrible idea of how to fix the NHL.

Weekend Links: Wishing for some Vikings euphoria

This week in the weekend links, I wish for some euphoria from the Vikings, as I feel like I missed out the first time around. Also: Nick Punto, an interview with the Twins head of research, some comments on the NHL lockout, and using quantum mechanics to explain the Wolves.

Weekend Links: Ponder ruins my ability to care about the Vikings

In this week’s Weekend Links, the reason that suddenly I don’t feel bad when the Vikings lose. Also: Morneau may be headed to Texas, why Don Fehr isn’t to blame for the lockout, a Will Leitch interview, The Economist on college football coaching – and Winona and Red Wing playing hockey for, um, a rope.