Found October 12, 2011 on
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The bye week apparently has been good for quarterback MarQueis Gray's beaten up toe and the Minnesota Golden Gophers' battered psyche.
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MINNEAPOLIS University of Minnesota wide receiver Malcolm Moulton speaks quietly when answering questions. Offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover said you might not know if Moulton is around "if you weren't looking for him."
So perhaps it's only fitting that the sophomore Moulton has quietly asserted himself as one of the Gophers' top wide receivers during...
The Minnesota Gopher men's hockeysquad got off to a flying start last weekend, beating overmatched Sacred Heart 9-0 on Friday and 6-0 on Saturday. Ten different players recorded a goal and fifteen different players recorded a point while goaltender Kent Patterson started the season with back-to-back shutouts.
Now Minnesota will get its first test of the year, asit travels to...
The #14 rated Minnesota Gophers men’s hockey team drops the puck on their final season of WCHA play this weekend as they travel to Duluth to play the defending national champion #9 ranked Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs.
The Gophers enter this weekend coming off a sweep against the woeful Sacred Heart Pioneers last weekend. The Bulldogs are coming off a split against the Notre Dame...
After Nebraska's bye week NU will travel to Minnesota to take on the Golden Gophers (who will also be coming off a bye). The point spread ought to be at least three touchdowns in NU's favor. While any win is a good win these days in college football, the Huskers need to pound their next opponent. Here's why.