Reusse rips FSN broadcasts for playing homer card

Star Tribune sports columnist Patrick Reusse just couldn't take it anymore. In his opinion, Fox Sports North announcers go out of their way to make sure the local teams are presented in the best light possible. In rebuttal, FSN's Mike Dimond disagreed with Reusse.
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Star Tribune sports columnist Patrick Reusse just couldn't take it anymore. In his opinion, Fox Sports North announcers go out of their way to make sure the local teams are presented in the best light possible. In rebuttal, FSN's Mike Dimond disagreed with Reusse.

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