Found April 08, 2013 on Goon's World:
On occasion, I will visit the Gopher Puck Live webpage for a good laugh, and today I got a good laugh. Apparently, this picture was in one of the posts, of a thread titled Gophers Off-Season 2013. From reading the message board, I gleaned that Hammy of GPL podcast fame, is upset that Former Notre Dame Alumnus and current head coach Don Lucia would dare wear a Fighting Irish Jersey to his son’s hockey game.   You coach another team... You recruit against this team whose jersey you are wearing...What the hell are you doing? I understand family comes first in life but wearing the colors/jersey of another team while employed by a competing program is disloyal to our fans IMO. That annoys me. Like I have said in the past, I am not an apologist for the Minnesota Gophers coaching staff, but this is kind of petty, and family does comes first, especially when your teams season is over. Having been to a few post game pressers, these hockey coaches are under a lot of pressure and put their heart and souls into their seasons. I am not going to fault a guy for taking a minute to enjoy his son’s hockey game.

Engel, Fruechte aim to lead Gophers' offense

MINNEAPOLIS When A.J. Barker infamously left the Gophers football team during the season last year, there was a question as to who would step up at wide receiver for Minnesota. After all, Barker led all Gophers receivers in seemingly every important category. Derrick Engel and Isaac Fruechte hope to provide a few aanswers. The wide receiver duo finished second and third, respectively...
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