Joe Bjorklund

Minnesota Golden Gophers #73 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 286
  • Seasons: JR

Minnesota Football All-Decade Team: Offensive and Defensive Line

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Turning our attention to the big boys up front on both sides of the ball

Minnesota's boring hire could win immediately

Minnesota hired its new head coach to almost no fanfare, but he's got plenty of wins on the table.

Spring Position Previews - Offensive Line

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The offensive line was nothing short of a disaster for the Gophers a season ago. Can new offensive line coach Bart Miller turn it around?

Gophers Announce Offensive Line Coach Hire

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Florida Atlantic offensive line coach Bart Miller is headed to Minnesota.

Gophers "Win" 10-7 Over Kent State--What now?

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Where do the Gophers go from here after Saturday's debacle.

Is Minnesota ready for a real division title run?

Jerry Kill hasn't completely built his Minnesota program yet, and the offense could likely take a step backwards. But a stout defense and a potentially home-friendly schedule could give the Gophers...

Brick by Brick Unveils A Brand New Look!

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The Gophers have launched a new website dedicated to the programs journey that goes beyond videos. For the first time, the series includes it's own website, schedule posters, and multi-media...

Back to Bricks

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Videos, posters, and brick, oh my! Brick by Brick in a whole new way. University of Minnesota launches a new website highlighting the Gopher Football team's brick by brick philosophy!

A Detailed Look at Gopher Offense

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We break down the Gophers offense.

Recruiting Under Kill - A Look Back at 2012 Class

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Analyzing Jerry Kill's first recruiting class as Minnesota's head coach.

Looking Ahead to the 2015 Questions on Offense

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After what was universally considered a successful season in year four of the Jerry Kill era, and with spring practice starting next week, it is about time to start looking ahead to 2015.  The...

Cobb, Leidner, Cobb, Maxx, Cobb, Cobb, and Cobb

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Minnesota doesn't try to fool you on offense. The Gophers are going to hand to running backs 30+ times, throw to tight ends 5-6 times, and hope that's enough. It often is.