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K-Heart Sports - Friday - 01/11/19 - PM Edition

Our week of basketball broadcasts continue tonight as #9 Bishop Ryan plays Des Lacs-Burlington in a District 12 boys contest at the Minot Auditorium....

    MINOT, ND - Our week of basketball broadcasts continue tonight as #9 Bishop Ryan plays Des Lacs-Burlington in a District 12 boys contest at the Minot Auditorium. The Lions are 6-2 on the season while the Lakers are 5-4 as they begin district play. Coverage begins around 7:05 pm on 106.9 K-Heart and online at



    FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) - North Dakota State head football coach Matt Entz completed his coaching staff for the 2019 season with the addition of running backs coach Dan Larson today.

    Larson was the head coach at his alma mater, Division III Wisconsin-Eau Claire, the past three seasons after spending eight years as an offensive coordinator at Macalester (2008-12) and Minnesota-Duluth (2013-15). Larson coached running backs at the FCS level for two seasons at Colgate (2006-07), where he was promoted to special teams coordinator his final year and coached All-America running back Jordan Scott, the 2007 FCS rushing leader.
    An all-conference defensive lineman at Wisconsin-Eau Claire, he moved into the coaching ranks at Marietta College in Ohio for two seasons (2003-04) before spending the 2005 season at Wisconsin-Stout.



    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Former Minnesota Vikings assistant coach John Michels has died. He was 87. Michels was the longest-tenured assistant coach in franchise history. He spent 27 seasons on the Vikings' coaching staff from 1967-93, a span that included all four of Minnesota's Super Bowl appearances. Michels played guard on Tennessee's 1951 national championship team and earned consensus All-America honors in 1952. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1953 and 1956 before joining the Canadian Football League's Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

     UNDATED (AP) - NL Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets have agreed to a $17 million, one-year contract, a record raise for an arbitration-eligible player from his $7.4 million salary.
     The deal was agreed to today before the pitcher and team were to exchange proposed salaries in arbitration. It also set a mark for a pitcher eligible for arbitration for the third time.
     DeGrom led the majors with a 1.70 ERA in 217 innings and was selected to his second All-Star Game. He was fifth in MVP voting after receiving little run support on a fourth-place squad. The right-hander went 10-9 with 269 strikeouts in 32 remarkably consistent starts for a team that finished 77-85. The 30-year-old can become a free agent after the 2020 season if the Mets don't sign their electric ace to a multiyear contract by then.
     In other baseball news:
     - Zach Britton and the New York Yankees have finalized a contract that guarantees the reliever $39 million over three seasons and could be worth $53 million for four years. Britton gets $13 million in each of the next two seasons under the deal announced today. New York has a $13 million option for 2021 and a $14 million option for 2022 and must decide within three days of the 2020 World series whether to exercise both. If the team option is declined, Britton has until the fifth day after the 2020 World Series to exercise a $13 million player option for 2021. The 31-year-old left-hander was acquired by the Yankees from Baltimore on July 24 and had a 2.88 ERA and three saves in 25 appearances for New York.
     - Free-agent second baseman D.J. LeMahieu and the Yankees are nearing agreement on a two-year contract, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. The 30-year-old Gold Glove winner spent the previous eight seasons with Colorado at hitter-friendly Coors Field and won the NL batting title in 2016 with a .348 average.
     -The Los Angeles Dodgers have reacquired catcher Russell Martin in a trade with Toronto, a day after losing free agent Yasmani Grandal to Milwaukee. Los Angeles obtained the 35-year-old Canadian from the Blue Jays for minor leaguers Andrew Sopko, a right-hander, and Ronny Brito, an infielder. Toronto is sending cash to offset some of the $20 million Martin is owed in the final season of his contract. The four-time All-Star was with the Dodgers from 2006-10 and helped lead Los Angeles to three playoff appearances.
     - The Marlins avoided arbitration with J.T. Realmuto by agreeing to a $5.9 million deal with the All-Star catcher, who has been mentioned in numerous trade scenarios this offseason. Realmuto hit .277 with 21 homers and 74 RBIS last season, when he made $2.9 million. The deal reached today includes bonuses of $50,000 each for All-Star selection, Gold Glove Award and Silver Slugger Award. The 27-year-old made his first All-Star team and won his first Silver Slugger Award in 2018.
     - The Arizona Diamondbacks have avoided arbitration with Robbie Ray and Andrew Chafin by agreeing to one-year deals with the left-handed pitchers. Ray gets $6.05 million, a raise of $2.1 million, and Chafin receives $1,945,000, a raise of $750,000.
     - Astros third baseman Alex Bregman will be limited at the start of spring training after arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies from his right elbow. The team says Dr. Thomas Mehlhoff operated Friday in Houston and that it expects the 24-year-old will be ready to play before the season opener on March 28 at Tampa Bay. Bregman was a first-time All-Star last year, homered in the game and was selected MVP of the American League's win.
     - Giants left-hander Will Smith reached agreement on a $4,225,000 contract with the San Francisco Giants to avoid salary arbitration. Smith was a key member of the bullpen in a lost season for San Francisco after he came back in 2018 from a year sidelined following Tommy John surgery.

     UNDATED (AP) - Former Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph has been hired as the defensive coordinator on new Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury's staff. General manager Steve Keim had said he wanted a veteran defensive coordinator to pair with Kingsbury, who has no NFL coaching experience and will focus on offense. Joseph was fired on Dec. 31 after two seasons as coach of the Broncos. He has 14 years of coaching experience in the NFL, 12 on the defensive side of the ball.
     In addition, the Cardinals announced the hiring of Bill Davis as linebackers coach and said that Jeff Rodgers will return as special teams coordinator.
     In other NFL news:
     - Long-time Miami Dolphins assistant Darren Rizzi is the fifth candidate to interview for their head coaching job. Rizzi joined the Miami staff in 2009 and has won the endorsement of such current and former Dolphins as Jason Taylor, Brian Hartline, Kiko Alonso and Kenyan Drake. He has been special teams coordinator since 2011 and associate head coach since 2017. The Dolphins are seeking a replacement for Adam Gase, fired last week and hired Wednesday as coach of the New York Jets.

     CHICAGO (AP) - Kicker Cody Parkey is staying off social medial after his missed field goal at the end of the Chicago Bears' 16-15 wild-card loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Parkey told NBC's "Today" show this morning that he feels "worse than anybody about missing that kick." He also says "football is what I do; it's not who I am."
     The Bears won the NFC North in their first season under coach Matt Nagy after four straight last-place finishes. Parkey thought he hit a "pretty good kick" and his 43-yard attempt would go in even as it hit the left upright and crossbar. He wasn't aware Philadelphia's Treyvon Hester touched it with his fingertips. Parkey also expressed appreciation for his teammates' support.

     UNDATED (AP) - Four Alabama players are skipping their final seasons to enter the NFL draft, including All-America left tackle Jonah Williams and Outland Trophy-winning defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Those projected first-rounders announced their intentions today, along with versatile tailback Josh Jacobs and tight end Irv Smith Jr.
     Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams were unanimous All-Americans rated as potential Top 10 picks. Jacobs and Smith are also listed as potential late first-rounders in at least one mock draft. Defensive lineman Raekwon Davis and cornerback Trevon Diggs have already announced they're staying put.
     In other college football news:
     - Miami has hired Dan Enos as its new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, luring him away from national runner-up Alabama. Enos was in line to become Alabama's offensive coordinator for this coming season.
     - John Loose has been promoted to defensive coordinator at Army. He had been a defensive assistant and succeeds Jay Bateman, who became North Carolina's defensive coordinator after the regular season. Loose was the interim coordinator during Army's 70-14 victory over Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl last month. The Black Knights had 10 sacks. At 11-2, Army enjoyed a school record for wins and ended the year ranked No. 19.
     - Andy Ludwig is returning to Utah as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Ludwig, who served in the same position for the Utes from 2005-08, has been offensive coordinator at Vanderbilt since 2015. Ludwig was on the staff of the 2008 Utah team that went 13-0 and beat Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
     - Temple has hired Northern Illinois coach Rod Carey as its next football coach, filling a vacancy that abruptly opened in late December after the newly-hired Manny Diaz left to lead Miami. Carey arrives after Geoff Collins departed to Georgia Tech and Temple unexpectedly lost Diaz as its first replacement.
     - East Tennessee State coach Randy Sanders has received a two-year contract extension after leading the Buccaneers to a Football Championship Subdivision playoff appearance in his debut season. The extension means that Sanders' contract now runs through the 2023 season. The deal pays him $255,000 annually.

     UNDATED (AP) - Power winger Rick Nash has decided to retire from the NHL at 34 because of unresolved symptoms from a concussion he suffered in March. Agent Joe Resnick says Nash decided under advice from doctors that the risk of brain injury was far too great if he returned to play hockey.
     Nash scored 437 goals and had 368 assists for 805 points in 1,060 regular-season NHL games. The first overall draft pick in 2002, he played 15 seasons: nine with the Columbus Blue Jackets, five-plus with the New York Rangers and then finished with the Boston Bruins. Nash won gold medals playing for Canada at the 2010 and 2014 Olympics.
     In other NHL news:
     - Arizona has placed center Brad Richardson on injured reserve with an upper-body injury, running the Coyotes' list of missing regulars to six. Richardson was injured in Arizona's 4-3 overtime victory over Vancouver on Thursday and the Coyotes said he is week to week. He joins goalie Antti Raanta, forwards Nick Schmaltz, Michael Grabner, Christian Fischer and defenseman Jason Demers out with injuries. Schmaltz, acquired from Chicago in a November trade, is out for the rest of the season with a lower-body injury and Raanta may be as well.
     - The NHL for the first time has tested real-time puck and player tracking in regular-season games and intends to have it in place across the league next season. Microchips were added to players' shoulder pads and fitted inside specially designed pucks for two Vegas Golden Knights home games this week, against the New York Rangers and the San Jose Sharks. Antennas around the arena tracked the players and the puck through radio frequencies and relayed the data to a suite where league and Players' Association executives and representatives from 20 teams and various technology firms, sports betting companies and TV rights holders were watching.


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