On Saturday, The Gophers found themselves down by four points in the fourth quarter while also down their top two running backs. Still, the team found a way to get the win over Georgia Southern.
The Minnesota Daily called up Kaitlin Sells, managing sports editor for the George-Anne, the student newspaper of Georgia Southern, to preview the upcoming Saturday game against the Georgia Southern Eagles at TCF Bank Stadium.
The Gophers football roster has 12 players from Georgia, the most of any state other than Minnesota.
Once again, Minnesota's defense made the big play when the team needed it most, sealing a 38-35 victory in double overtime.
After amassing 17 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery over the first three games of 2018, Antoine Winfield Jr. looked destined for an All-Big Ten-level season.
Thanks to plays from the defense, the Gophers avoided what could have been a painful upset against South Dakota State.
On Thursday night, head coach P.J. Fleck will lead his team onto TCF Bank Stadium’s turf to begin his third season at the helm of Gophers football. Although many familiar faces have returned in 2019, expectations have changed.
With the opening of the new golf facility on St. Paul campus, the golf teams felt like they had a chance to get better over the spring season. That turned out to be exactly the case.
At the Big Ten Championship tournament in Flourtown, Pennsylvania, sophomore Angus Flanagan accomplished what no one from Minnesota had done since 2014: finishing first among individuals at the Big Ten Championships.
In April 2002, the University of Minnesota announced plans to cut the school's golf and gymnastics programs in an effort to offset the athletic department's $21 million deficit. Over the following months, the men's golf program completed one of the most improbable championship runs in Minnesota history.