Found September 25, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
The University of Minnesota football team is 4-0 for the season straight year, but now the real tests begin with Big Ten play. The Gophers open up their conference schedule this Saturday against Iowa at TCF Bank Stadium with the Floyd of Rosedale trophy on the line. Minnesota lost at Iowa last year and is looking for revenge against the Hawkeyes. In advance of Saturday's game, I answered your questions about the Gophers as they look to start 5-0 for the first time since 2004. Thanks to everyone who submitted questions, and be sure to do so again next week. Q: Once everyone is fully healthy in the backfield, who starts at RB and QB?--John, Alexandria, Minn. A: I received a few e-mails wondering about this, especially with regards to the running back situation. It's a big if for Saturday as to whether all the running backs and quarterbacks will be healthy for the game against Iowa. Head coach Jerry Kill said Tuesday that when quarterback Philip Nelson is 100 percent healed fro...
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Gophers head coach Jerry Kill wouldn't commit one way or another when asked Tuesday who his starting quarterback will be Saturday against Iowa. Minnesota may have a few options at the position, but it all depends on the health of sophomore Philip Nelson, who missed last game with a hamstring injury. Redshirt freshman Mitch Leidner started in Nelson's place...
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