I Was There At The Beginning Of Wentz Vs Goff

April 2016. It was a wild time to be covering sports in Fargo, North Dakota. Usually April is a downtime for us in the Red River Valley, the spring sports either haven’t started yet because of late winter snows or the season is just underway. This month though was anything but quiet. Carson Wentz mania…
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Ryan Bruggeman Visits Dizzo’s Den

Our Dizzo’s Den segment returned to Sports Sunday this past week as Pelican Rapids native Ryan Bruggeman stopped by to visit for a few minutes. Bruggeman is coming off a sensational sophomore year at Southwest Minnesota State that was capped off by being named MVP of the Northern Sun Conference Tournament. The Mustangs are one…
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Why Am I So Upset About US Soccer?

Tuesday night’s loss by the US men’s national team was the most embarrassing in the history of the federation as the Americans lost 2-1 to Trinidad and Tobago, meaning they will miss out on next summer’s World Cup. Admittedly, I’m a soccer newbie, I don’t watch a ton, but do enjoy the international competition. I…
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AUDIO: Hoge Heading Back To The PGA Tour

Fargo’s Tom Hoge earned his PGA Tour card Monday and did it in style. Hoge needed to finish 15th or better in the season ending Tour Championship to be in the top 25 of earnings to qualify for his card. Hoge needed to make seven birdies over his final 12 holes. And he did just…
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So Long To The Skip

The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks made a stunning announcement Sunday afternoon, firing Doug Simunic, the only manager the team has had in its twenty two years of existence. For those that don’t follow the baseball club closely it was a shocking move to dismiss a man that won five league championships and was named manager of the…
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