AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins vs. Texas — pre-game 5:30, first pitch 6:10
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brice Turang beat out an infield hit with two outs in the 10th inning to bring home Willy Adames with the winning run, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 8-7. Adames also homered for the second straight day and singled home the tying run earlier in the 10th to help the NL Central-leading Brewers complete a two-game sweep and win their fifth straight. Milwaukee rallied from a three-run deficit. The AL Central-leading Twins took a 7-6 lead in the top of the 10th but couldn’t hold that lead either. The game-time temperature was 97 degrees, the third hottest in the history of American Family Field. The Twins start a four-game series at home with Texas tonight, with a 5:30 pre-game show and a 6:10 first pitch on AM-1300 KGLO.
MANLY — The high school football season in north-central Iowa starts tonight with one area game and a full slate of games tomorrow night. Newman travels to Central Springs. The Knights were 8-2 last year, falling to North Linn in the second round of the Class A playoffs. Central Springs was 2-6 in 2022. Newman beat Central Springs 35-7 in last year’s contest. Kickoff in Manly is scheduled for 7 o’clock tonight.
IOWA CITY — Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says defensive tackle Noah Shannon has been suspended for the season as part of a gambling investigation. Shannon announced in July he was skipping Big Ten Media Days due to his involvement in the probe.
Ferentz says Iowa officials will appeal Shannon’s suspension.
The Hawkeyes open the season at home on September 2nd against Utah State.
AMES — Iowa State senior tight end Easton Dean says competition at key spots will make the offense better. ISU is without quarterback Hunter Dekkers and running back Jirehl Brock in fall camp after they were charged in connection to a gambling probe.
Despite missing some key players Dean is confident the Cyclones will make progress this season.
Dean says whoever wins the job of starting quarterback game experience will be crucial.
The Cyclones open at home against Northern Iowa on September 2nd
EAGAN, Minnesota — Former Iowa Hawkeye T.J. Hockenson, who had 60 catches for 519 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games with the Vikings following his mid-season trade from Detroit, has missed much of Minnesota’s training camp while dealing with an ear infection that disrupted his equilibrium. Recovered from the ear infection, Hockenson was also out of team drills on Wednesday as the Vikings and Arizona Cardinals conducted joint practices. Vikings head coach Kevin O’Connell updated the media on Wednesday on Hockenson’s status.
O’Connell says Hockenson is working out on side fields at training camp, as he has since August 3rd
O’Connell says he does not think Hockensen is missing team drills due to his contract situation
O’Connell says they hope to get Hockenson back on the practice field soon
Hockenson was second only to All-Pro receiver Justin Jefferson in catches for the Vikings after his arrival in Week 8 last season.