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Remember after the Ohio State game when it seemed like the Gophers belonged to DeAndre Mathieu and Elliott Eliason? Remember when it seemed like Andre Hollins and Austin Hollins were turning into role players?Yeah, they've taken it back in the first half in Iowa.Andre Hollins scored 18 points and Austin Hollins chipped in nine points, five boards and four steals as the Gophers lead Iowa 43-41 through 20 minutes.
Chipotle is a staple of every college student’s diet. It’s cheap, tasty and offers humanely raised meats and plentiful vegetarian options, so what’s not to love about it? But ordering can become mundane and tedious, especially after you’ve exhausted every combination of the limited menu options. Fear not – there are three off menu items that will keep Chipotle spicy.1. Quesadilla
The Gophers already snagged one of their four-straight games against ranked opponents -- which was a must. But now they have a chance to get two, and possibly three, from this daunting stretch, which they'd love to do. The first chance for No. 2 comes Sunday afternoon in Iowa City, Iowa against the No. 14 Hawkeyes.Here are my 5 things to watch for:
Gophers junior guard Rachel Banham is one of 20 women's basketball players still in contention for the Wooden Award. The honor is annually given to the nation's best player.Banham leads the Big Ten with 22.5 points per game while hitting 47-percent of three-point attempts. Those are numbers that have earned her the nickname "Maroon Mamba."
It was nearly one year ago, but Gophers junior center Elliott Eliason remembers it well.Minnesota was coming off of a dramatic overtime win over border-rival and then No. 20 Wisconsin -- capped by a postgame locker room dance by former head coach Tubby Smith that saw plenty of views on the web -- as it went into Iowa City, Iowa to take on the Hawkeyes.There were no signs of a let down early. The Gophers jumped out to a 21-5 lead on Iowa.That didn't last long.
So, Patton Oswalt's dip into the EpixHD pond may have left him with skin rash, but at least those of us devious enough to click “GET A FREE TRIAL!” were able to enjoy the compelling waters without much consequence.
A U.S. appeals court struck down Net Neutrality rules governing online traffic Tuesday, raising concerns over the future of Internet access in the United States.The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled against a 2010 order issued by the Federal Communications Commission establishing Net Neutrality.
Transportation in Minneapolis provides residents with the opportunity to get from point A to point B more easily.Mayor Betsy Hodges is making transit investments a major priority for the city, according to an article recently published in the Star Tribune.She told the Strib that focusing on “livability factors” such as a well-organized transportation network can help Minneapolis attract more residents, especially young people.
Hey student body, guess what? School starts in FOUR days. Are you ready to take long walks in the slush, face treaturous blizzards, get turned down by five more crushes and, worst of all, read books? You’ve still got time to prepare. Here are a few pointers for the Spring semester.
The Gophers turned the ball over 10 times and Ohio State shot 37.9 percent from the field. Poetically, the two teams are tied 29-29 at the break.The Gophers have had plenty of bright spots, aside from the turnovers. Minnesota is shooting 57.1 percent from the field. Elliott Eliason is dominating down low -- a common occurrence these days. He has eight points, six boards and two blocks. He's led the charge as the Gophers are out-rebounding Ohio State 17-12.
Minneapolis-based Target will test its newest store model on local soil near the University of Minnesota.This summer, Dinkytown will serve as the test site for the first-ever mini Target store, TargetExpress, according to the New York Times.The store will be about a fifth the size of Target’s smallest branch stores and allows the company to open more locations in dense urban locations, the Times reports.
Calling all starving artists and starving college students: Bruegger's Bagels will award a $10,000 cash prize to the winner of their Artist Challenge, which is open now and ends March 31.The art must be an abstract, two-dimensional original work. A company press release stated that contest details would be available on the contest tab of the Bruegger's Facebook page, but so far they haven't posted anything.
Minnesota (13-4, 2-2) almost had that big, resume-bolstering win against Michigan State on Sunday -- until a second-half stretch of more than 13 minutes without a field goal pushed the game into overtime, where the Gophers offense was arguably worse, and the then-No 5. Spartans escaped with a 87-75 victory.But Minnesota has another golden opportunity to get one of those pivotal top-25 wins on Thursday night as 11th-ranked Ohio State (15-2, 2-2) -- loser of two straight -- comes into Williams Arena.Here are my five things to watch for:
Surely people told Gophers senior guard Malik Smith that it was going to be cold. Minnesota has a reputation for its chilly winters.But no amount of forewarning could have prepared Smith, a Boston native, for the temps he would have to endure this January."This weather is really shocking," Smith said. "You go outside and it just hits you in the face. It's -30 often out here. I really can't get used to it."
On Wednesday night, Gophers receiver Jamel Harbison announced via Twitter that he is transferring from the University of Minnesota to Mars Hill College in North Carolina."Football is life transfer from Minnesota to Mars Hill," Harbison wrote on his Twitter profile @Jamel_duce. The redshirt freshman played in nine games in 2013, but did not record any receptions. Most of Harbison's field action was on special teams.
It's now "Captain Eliason," for those asking.Ok, no it's not. It's just Elliott Eliason (or The Big Easy, as I like to call him), but Eliason was named the Gophers fourth captain on Wednesday by head coach Richard Pitino. The junior center joins senior guards Maverick Ahanmisi and Austin Hollins and junior guard Andre Hollins in Minnesota's captaincy quartet."He deserves it," Pitino said. "I think he's worked his butt off, and I think he's separating himself as a leader."
It's now "Captain Eliason," for those asking.Ok, not it's not. It's just Elliott Eliason (or The Big Easy, as I like to call him), but Eliason was named the Gophers fourth captain on Wednesday by head coach Richard Pitino. The junior center joins senior guards Maverick Ahanmisi and Austin Hollins and junior guard Andre Hollins in Minnesota's captaincy quartet."He deserves it," Pitino said. "I think he's worked his butt off, and I think he's separating himself as a leader."
It’s no secret that the Gophers offense is carried by its perimeter production.
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The University of Minnesota Medical School Department of Pharmacology celebrates 100 successful years with the end of 2013, a University Medical School news release stated.