Alex Keith

Minnesota Golden Gophers #9

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 245
  • Seasons: JR

Minnesota Football All-Decade Team: Offensive and Defensive Line


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 - Defensive Line


The Gophers' defensive line features a solid starting four, when healthy, but depth issues could continue to be a problem.

Gopher Football Depth Chart vs Michigan Wolverines


The Gophers get some players back, but are still banged up

Gopher Defense Excels, But Team Falls to TCU 23-17


The Gophers fought hard against the #2 team in the country and came up short.

A Detailed Look at Gopher Defense


Transitioning from 2014 to 2015 the Gopher offense is in the crosshairs as the key to sustained success for Gopher football.  Most believe that the defense is going to be very good and special...

Brick by Brick Unveils A Brand New Look!


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


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!

Citrus Bowl: BTBS


Missouri had Markus Golden, Marcus Murphy, Bud Sasser, and more experience than Minnesota, and the Tigers won the Citrus Bowl and moved to 11-3 as a result.

Lack of weakness is strength


Minnesota's defense is active in the back seven and plays at a top-50 level against run and pass, but the Gophers' biggest strength might be their overall lack of defensive weakness.

Gopher Football: Depth Chart for TCU Game


Mitch Leidner is not on the injury report, and is listed as the starting quarterback.

Gophers Depth Chart for Week 2


The defensive line took a bit of a beating last week. Not surprisingly, freshmen are moving up the chart for Saturday's game.