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Rare is it that one can hear a hit or a star in the making. Tobias Jesso Jr. is the exception to this rule, and if his song “Hollywood” is an indicator, his debut album “Goon” will rocket to the indie music stratosphere and will likely crack the mainstream. While this means he’s no longer a well-kept secret, Jesso’s melodies remind listeners of a simple time when the world was analog and love was in the air. If this does happen, it also vindicates the persistence of an unlikely star who conceived the music after a long streak of bad luck (including a failed gig as a pop songwriter, getting dumped by his girlfriend, hit by a car and having to move home to Vancouver to care for his ailing mother, who is doing better now).
Taking a glance through the box score from Minnesota's 89-80 win against Rutgers on Saturday, Andre Hollins' 31 points stand out like a big beacon of hope for the Gophers who are still shooting for a spot in the NCAA Tournament after a 1-5 start to conference play. But Bakary Konate's 17 minutes on the floor Saturday might be equally as impactful as far as the future's concerned. The freshman from Mali hadn't played since 2014 and now, with senior Elliott Eliason slumping, Richard Pitino is giving Konate more minutes so that he's ready to play a big role next season.
The last few weeks have been rough for Andre Hollins.
With spring practices beginning in just over a couple months, the Gophers found out Wednesday that quarterback Dimonic Roden-McKinzy, wide receiver Conner Krizancic and defensive tackle Demaris Peppers will not be apart of year five under head coach Jerry Kill.
IT-Ready, a program that gives adults free training in IT, is bringing its tech teaching to Minneapolis for the third year.
Despite coming off a road sweep, tensions weren't high when the Gophers met with the media on Wednesday.
Head coach Brad Frost emerged from the Gophers locker room with a relieved look on his face.
Despite an unusually slow start to conference play, the No. 2 Gophers have been blowing by the competition recently and are now in position to return to the top of the WCHA standings after beating No. 3 Wisconsin 4-1 Saturday afternoon.
BY HALEY HANSEN
Starting off the new year with a third place finish at the Mariucci Classic did not seem to satisfy Kyle Rau.
After rewarding his team with a victory Saturday night, Kyle Rau was awarded himself on Tuesday.
When the Gophers needed a lift, Kyle Rau delivered.
So far, the Gophers new year is not off to a great start.
Maxx Williams was mum after Minnesota's 33-17 loss to Missouri in yesterday's Citrus Bowl when asked if he'll remain with the Gophers or bolt for the NFL, but an announcement could be coming as early as 4 p.m. Friday.
As the dust settled following a brutal 33-17 loss to Missouri in the Citrus Bowl on Thursday afternoon, Gophers fans took to social media to sound off as a season of growth came to a sour conclusion:
After spending almost a month refreshing and reflecting on an early schedule that didn't always go as planned, the No. 8 Gophers will return to the ice this weekend in the Mariucci Classic.
Minnesota at Purdue
As the Badgers sauntered off of their home floor as double-digit losers to Duke earlier this month, this much became clear: the Big Ten is no longer college basketball’s top conference. Wisconsin opened the season as the unanimous Big Ten favorite and has looked the part, winning every other game on its nonconference slate to enter conference play as the No. 4 team in the country.
There’s been enough elaboration on D’Angelo’s past and mystique upon the surprise release of his new album, “Black Messiah.” Yes, D’Angelo is a tortured genius. Tell me something I don’t know. Yes, the wait for “Black Messiah” was excruciating and long, but it breathes life into a genre that hasn’t evolved since the early aughts.
Pop-Tart ads have become known over the years for their darkly humorous scenarios in which anthropomorphic pastries unexpectedly meet their fate. They appear in various situations, whether as a closet yodeler, monster or treasure finder. Real life Kellogg's Pop-Tarts have also inspired experiments and art projects. For your viewing pleasure, here is a highlight list of the whimsical doodles.