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    1. Gophers football going primetime four times this fall

      Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneApr 21 14:47 PM

      The Gophers and Badgers played their annual rivalry before a sold out crowd. ]JIM GEHRZ • Minneapolis, MN / November 23, 2013, 2:30 PM BACKGROUND INFORMATION- The Minnesota Golden Gopher football team played the Wisconsin Badgers at TCF Bank Stadium.

    2. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota is beefing up its frontcourt with the addition of Illinois State transfer Reggie Lynch. The Golden Gophers announced on Wednesday that Lynch has decided to come back and play for his hometown school. Lynch is from the Minneapolis suburb of Edina. The 6-foot-10 Lynch averaged 9.5 ...

    3. Minnesota Golden Gophers sophomore Amanda Zahui B. leaving school early for WNBA Draft, says I like to do my own thing.


      GoPSUsports.comApr 17 9:56 AM

      UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Penn State baseball returns to Big Ten play with a crucial three-game series at Minnesota opening Friday at 7:05 p.m. ET. The series will continue Saturday at 3:05 p.m. ET, and conclude Sunday at with a 2:05 p.m. ET game.

    5. Spring checkup: Minnesota Golden Gophers

    6. The No. 63 Michigan State women's tennis team travels to Northwestern to compete in the 2015 Big Ten Tournament.

    7. There is not a more beloved or colorful character in the game of ice hockey. Since 1958, Dr. George Nagobads has stitched up and healed players from Golden Gophers to Olympic gold medalists.

    8. Huskers End Conference Losing Streak

      KOLN LincolnApr 11 21:00 PM

      Tanner Lubach had 3 hits including a solo home run in Nebraska's 7-4 win over Minnesota.

    9. Huskers Shutout, 3-0, in Series Opener

      KOLN LincolnApr 10 20:30 PM

      The No. 23 Nebraska baseball team (24-11, 3-4 Big Ten) was unable to find a rhythm at the plate on Friday night and was shutout, 3-0, in its series opener against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (12-17, 3-7 Big Ten).

    10. MEN'S SPORTS

      GoPSUsports.comApr 18 16:09 PM

      MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Shortstop Michael Handel went 4-for-5 with four RBIs and three Minnesota pitchers limited Penn State to six hits, as the Golden Gophers defeated the Nittany Lions, 8-1, in Big Ten baseball action Saturday afternoon on Siebart Field.

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