Kirk Cousins was lights out and Alexander Mattison didn't a miss a beat in place of Dalvin Cook.
Minnesota was faced with a one-and-done situation despite owning the league's third-best record.
An image shared on Snapchat warned of the "best school shooting yet."
There's a catch (or two), of course.
It's the city's 70th homicide this year.
The latest figures show there have been 349 road deaths in Minnesota this year.
The airline says it's a bid to "further protect airline employees across the industry."
The incident reportedly took place off campus on Sep. 18.
The Falcons snapped a 21-game non-conference winning streak in front of a homecoming crowd.
Wiggins could miss a large chunk of the season without the vaccine.
Autumn Hallow died at her home last summer.
Francisco Liriano had another brilliant start go to waste Wednesday night as the Twins lost to the Orioles, 2-1 at Target Field. Liriano struck out 10 over six innings, but he gave up a 2-run homer to Adam Jones in the first inning -- and it turned out to be all Baltimore needed.
On Sunday Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said the team was going to "take a step back" with Francisco Liriano. That step back will keep Liriano from making his next scheduled start. A day off Thursday will keep the rotation intact, with Liriano getting extra time to regain his confidence before starting again May 1 against the Angels.
The Twins have parted ways with pending free-agent pitcher Francisco Liriano. The team traded the left-hander to the Chicago White Sox late Saturday night for two minor leaguers -- pitcher Pedro Hernandez and infielder Eduardo Escobar -- three days before the non-waiver trade deadline.
It’s a good bet major league scouts will pack Target Field tonight to see how Francisco Liriano handles the Baltimore Orioles. Liriano makes his first start since striking out 15 last Friday in a losing effort against the A’s. With the July 31 trading deadline coming up, several teams in the playoff hunt have Liriano on their radar.
New team, new instructions. The White Sox want Francisco Liriano to quit picking away at the corners, get ahead in the count, and reduce his walks. Chicago pitching coach Don Cooper tells the Pioneer Press Liriano has some “matador” in him and wants to “throw harder” when in trouble.
Francisco Liriano pitched around six walks en route to leading the Twins to a 5-1 win over the Rangers Friday night in Texas. Backing Liriano was Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau, each driving in a pair of runs. The White Sox beat Toronto to remain 10 games ahead in the AL Central race.
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