Minneapolis isn't the only city that's putting a batch of resources into trying to get the 2018 Super Bowl. New Orleans and Indianapolis are the other finalists and it comes as no surprise that you can't check out the media in those cities and find lots of attention devoted to the pursuit.
Here's a link to the nola.com coverage of the New Orleans' quest.
By the way, Sports Illustrated thinks that New Orleans is the favorite for a number of reasons. Here's the magazine's take.
Meanwhile, Indianapolis is touting an even bigger and better experience than when it was host to the Super Bowl in 2012, according to the Indianapolis Star.
You can get more on that city's quest from the Star's web site.
And if you're looking for some talking points on Minnesota's behalf, here are five reasons that the 2018 game should be played here, as laid out by the Vikings' own web site.
StribSports UPLOAD is where you’ll see what other people are saying about Minnesota sports. It could be a report from another city’s media following a game. It could be a blog or video from somewhere in Minnesota. It could be serious or funny, on point or off the wall. It could be something you tell us about. Send stuff to UPLOAD here. All correspondence to UPLOAD is on the record unless requested otherwise.
Harvard captain Siyani Chambers, a senior guard from Golden Valley, will miss the 2015-16 season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. He averaged 9.9 points and 4.3 assists last season.
Miguel Sano banged what looked like a booming home run against Tampa Bay on Thursday night. "I didn't think a human being could hit a baseball that far!" announcer Dick Bremer said. But here's the video of what went wrong.