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Sherels has spent his entire life playing football for Minnesota teams.
Spring training is wrapping for the Twins.
He spent $134,000 of university money on the computers.
It's the third deadly vehicle-pedestrian crash in St. Paul this year.
Minnesota is one win from reaching the Sweet 16.
Katy Perry is headlining the Sunday night show.
The DNR is hoping the public can identify who did it.
There was a major response to the blaze.
The 26 year old leaves behind a 4-year-old daughter.
Flood stage will be reached this weekend, with rises thereafter.
The University of Minnesota could have a couple of its alumni win gold medals at the London Olympics on Saturday. Former Gopher basketball star Lindsay Whalen has helped lead Team USA to the gold medal game, and former Gopher volleyball star Lindsey Berg will go for gold Saturday, too.
After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.
The United States has stretched out its overall lead in the medal count to 10 at the London Olympics. The U.S. has 39 gold, 25 silver and 26 bronze for a total of 90 medals. China remains in second place with a total of 80 medals, 37 of which are gold. Usain Bolt was once again a blur in the 200 meter dash.
After ten days of the London Olympics, the United States is in second place in the overall medal count. China leads all countries with a total of 61 medals, including an Olympic-high 30 gold. The American athletes have combined for 60 medals. The biggest story on Sunday was Usain Bolt holding off three Americans in the 100-meter dash.
It was a rough day for St. Cloud native Alise Post and her quest to win gold in the women's BMX competition at the London Olympics.