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Minnesota Golden Gophers
The Minnesota Golden Gophers Celebrated Their Victory Over Penn State By Destroying The Coveted Governor’s Victory Bell Trophy
OSU’s Jordan Hall teamed up with an FAMU defensive back to take down an old referee, while University of Minnesota TE Drew Goodger simply ran out of room, and ran into a security lady. Schadenfreude is awesome, you guys.
Filling out your bracket this March is going to be an absolute bitch, and it’s not about to get any easier. Indiana, who has held the country’s top ranking for 10 of 17 weeks this season, was the current No. 1 when it lost to Minnesota Tuesday night, 77-73.
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This makes sense. If you’re Wisconsin’s men’s basketball head coach Bo Ryan you probably should take a few minutes to teach your players how to dive for loose balls at Williams Arena, home of the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
One of hockey’s best traditions is the handshake line. After a weekend series, playoff series, etc. teams will line up in their entirety to shake hands in a show of sportsmanship. North Dakota’s Ben Blood didn’t get the memo.
College hockey, like high school hockey and the NHL, is doing its best to take headshots and hits from behind out of the game. North Dakota’s Danny Kristo was ejected for just such a hit tonight. And he wasn’t happy about it.
Minnesota football fans haven’t had much to get excited about this year, so one can understand them rushing the field after last Saturday’s 22-21 win over Iowa. One security guard, though, was less than understanding.
On a 4th-and-1 play from inside the Minnesota Gophers 15 yard line, Cornhuskers quarterback Taylor Martinez threw a backwards pass to Aaron Green. The ball was fumbled forward and went out of bounds. Since a team can’t gain yardage on a fumble and it was already fourth down, the obvious call would’ve been Minnesota ball. Nope. It was ruled a Nebraska first down.