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It didn't matter which one P.J. Fleck put in, running backs Shannon Brooks and Rodney Smith were both effective.
Minnesota (2-0) ran through Oregon State (1-2) with 253 yards and five touchdowns on the ground, withstanding the rain in Corvallis, Oregon to beat the Beavers 48-14 Saturday night.
“[I’m] very excited about the outcome of the game,” Fleck told reporters. “It’s not about the result but how we played. … They executed the game plan perfectly."
The opening game of Minnesota’s 9-4 season in 2016 came to a 30-23 win against Oregon State. Now, the Gophers will play the Beavers again Saturday evening.
While the Gophers’ offense was held to only 17 points against the 87th ranked defense of Buffalo last week in a 17-7 win, Minnesota (1-0) will have score more against Oregon State (1-1).
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Gov. Mark Dayton’s line-item veto of the state Legislature’s budget.
This week, the Minnesota Daily talked with former Gophers wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky. Wolitarsky currently plays for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL. He made 130 catches in his collegiate career for eighth all-time among Gophers players and was one of the team's vocal leaders during the 2016 boycott.
Fulfilling a divisive Trump-campaign promise, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday the end of the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
In a statement released Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump said phasing out DACA will be a "gradual [six-month] process."
Playing in two matches on Thursday, Minnesota (7-0) showed why it is ranked No. 1 in the nation, sweeping Denver and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at the American Campus Classic in Austin, Texas.
For this weekly column, the Minnesota Daily will interview someone knowledgeable about Minnesota’s next opponent. Manase Hungalu, the middle linebacker for Oregon State, was interviewed this week.
Hungalu has had 16 starts in his career with the Beavers. He had 83 total tackles in 2016, the first among returners. He had eight tackles in last year’s game against Minnesota.
A local lawmaker will be featured on the cover of Time magazine.
Democratic state Rep. Ilhan Omar is one of 46 women featured in a Time special project titled, “Firsts: Women who are Changing the World.” The list includes other prominent women like Hillary Clinton, Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey.
A plan proposed by a University of Minnesota forestry class could ease traffic woes in a local neighborhood.
Many Southeast Como residents want renovations to the neighborhood's 40-year-old traffic diverters — blockades that reroute and slow traffic — on residential streets connecting East Hennepin Avenue and Como Avenue Southeast.
The Gophers have started the season 3-1-2, and much of the reason for the team's winning record so far can be attributed to the defense. Minnesota has not allowed more than one goal in any of their games.
Medaria "Rondo" Arradondo will be sworn in Friday as chief of a department he's aided for nearly 30 years.
Arradondo took over as acting police chief for the Minneapolis Police Department in July after the resignation of former chief Janeé Harteau following the fatal shooting of Justine Damond. As chief, he plans to continue MPD’s collaboration with the University of Minnesota Police Department and implement new policies within his department.
Antoine Winfield Jr. was carted off the field after tweaking his hamstring in early August.
In the season opener on Aug. 31, the sophomore defensive back showed no signs of injury in a performance that led the team to victory over Buffalo. He had a sack and two pass deflections, and blocked a field goal.
The nationally renowned University of Minnesota apple growing program released a new apple this year: the Rave.
Nearly 20 years in the making, this apple is the fastest ever developed by University researchers in the program’s 100-year history. The fruit, described by some as juicy and tart, will be more widely available next year.
After starting in just nine matches as a freshman, senior Molly Lohman has made her way into a leadership role despite a reserved presence.
“Most people would say she’s pretty quiet,” said head coach Hugh McCutcheon. “She’s probably more of an introvert”.
However, this quiet behavior does not limit Lohman’s role on the court.
Do you remember when you found out that there are entire websites and blogs devoted to the phrase “your fave is problematic?”
These “Aha!” moments of realization can range from seeing a dug up childhood photo of your favorite (white) celeb sporting cornrows on a tropical vacation, to the panic upon finding that most of the TV shows or movies you loved slip in casual uses of words like “tranny.”
The ground game for Minnesota against Buffalo should have been the team’s strong point with the amount of returning running backs. Instead, the passing game was more prominent. The Gophers’ offensive line is developing towards stability to jump-start the run game.
Sssdude-nutz closed its doors on May 31 after conflicts between owner Bradley Taylor and the shop’s landlord.
Taylor, who opened Sssdude-Nutz in August 2015, said he did not renew his lease and spent the summer focusing solely on his doughnut truck.
Unionization has been unsuccessfully attempted four times by University staff in four separate decades. Upon filing for unionization in 2016, the Service Employees International Union looked to organize about 1,300 part-time and contingent teaching faculty with 1,800 tenure-track educators to negotiate wage and faculty rights.
Five years after his husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer, a University of Minnesota professor is working to improve rehabilitation treatment for LGBT survivors of the disease.
On Tuesday, Simon Rosser, an epidemiology professor at the University of Minnesota, received a $3 million National Cancer Institute grant to study the rehabilitation of LGBT prostate cancer survivors. The study is the first NIH-funded study of its kind.
As the fall weather starts to close in on the state of Minnesota, another season awaits the Gopher men’s golf team.
The first tournament of the season, the Gopher Invitational, will take place at the Windsong Farm Golf Club in Independence, Minn. on Sunday Sept. 10 and Monday Sept. 11. Last year, the field was ranked the 17th toughest tournament in the country, according to Golf Week.