Posted January 06, 2013 on minnesota.scout.com
MINNEAPOLIS - Tubby Smith, Austin Hollins, and Rodney Williams spoke with the media following Minnesota's dominant victory over Northwestern. Despite scoring just 17 points in the first half, the Gophers rallied, winning by a score of 69-51.
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