(Los Angeles, CA) — The Timberwolves are still winless on their five-game west coast road trip following a 120-109 loss to the Clippers in LA. Derrick Rose netted 21 points, while Karl-Anthony Towns and Jimmy Butler scored 20 apiece for Minnesota, which slipped to 0-and-3 on the trek and 4-and-7 overall. The Wolves stay in LA to play the Lakers tomorrow.
(San Jose, CA) — The Wild are in San Jose to skate against the Sharks tonight. Minnesota is 2-and-1 on its current seven-game road swing after Saturday’s 5-1 win in St. Louis. The Wild are 8-3-and-2 on the season. The Sharks sit at 7-4-and-3.
(Arlington, TX) — The Titans shut out the Cowboys in the second half in a 28-14 win on Monday Night Football in Arlington. Marcus Mariota threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns for Tennessee, and also ran for a score. Dak Prescott tossed two TD’s for the Cowboys, but lost a fumble, threw an interception and was sacked five times. Amari Cooper caught a TD in his Dallas debut.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings are enjoying their bye week. Minnesota has the week off and won’t play again until November 18th when they travel to face the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears. The 5-3-and-1 Vikes are currently a half-game behind the 5-and-3 Bears in the division. Chicago hosts Detroit this Sunday.
(Undated) — The college basketball season is here. North Dakota State begins the year on the road at New Mexico State. The Bison will host UC Santa Barbara in their home opener on Sunday. North Dakota hosts Northland College tonight and visits Milwaukee on Saturday.
(Minneapolis, MN) — Minnesota men’s basketball opens up the season tonight against Omaha at Williams Arena. The Golden Gophers look to improve from last year’s 15-and-17 finish. Minnesota was just 4-and-14 in conference play a season ago.
(Undated) — The locals are gearing up for their next football games this Saturday. North Dakota State takes its perfect record on the road to Missouri State. The Bison are 9-and-0 including 6-and-0 in conference play. North Dakota, meanwhile, hosts Portland State in its final home game of the regular season. The Fighting Hawks are 5-and-4 and 3-and-3.
(Minneapolis, MN) — Minnesota’s football team is preparing for Purdue. The Golden Gophers will host the Boilermakers on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium. Minnesota is 4-and-5 on the season and just 1-and-5 in Big Ten play after losing 55-31 at Illinois this past Saturday.