Found August 18, 2012 on College Football Section:
The Minnesota Athletic Department added its seventh National Championship in football. The Golden Gophers will not count the 1904 season as one of seven football National Championships. Congratulations to Minnesota on their new 108-year old Championship. How can they do that? In 1996, Richard Billingsley created a computer rating for every season going back until 1869. The 1904 Gopher squad went 13-0. Minnesota dominated opponents in 1904 scoring 725 points and allowing only 12. Those 12 points all came against Nebraska in a 16-12 win. Minnesota’s 1904 schedule is below. Minnesota was once a football powerhouse having won six football National Championships between 1934 and 1960. The Badgers last won a B1G Championship in 1967. Minnesota 1904 Schedule
09/17/04 Twin Cities Central High 107-0
09/24/04 South Dakota 77-0
10/01/04 Carleton 65-0
10/08/04 North Dakota 35-0
10/15/04 Iowa State 32-0
10/22/04 Grinnell 146-0
10/29/04 Nebraska 16-12
11/05/04 Lawrence 69-0
11/12/04 Wisconsin 28-0
11/19/04 @ Northwestern 17-0
11/24/04 @ Iowa 11-0
11/26/04 @ Shattuck 75-0
12/03/04 @ St. Thomas (MN) 47-0

Minnesota football team takes break from practice to play paintball (Video)

The University of Minnesota football team took part in a fun team building exercise with a paintball outing in Lakeville last weekend, and they filmed some highlights for their fans. The players seemed to enjoy it, and their natural competitive spirit came out as they genuinely wanted to win each battle. We like the use of Metallica's "Master of Puppets" as...
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