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...
Jerry Kill and Coach Phelps land the Baltimore Sun's Defensive Player of the Year and boost their pass rush with an intriguing prospect.
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.
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.
Minnesota loses a starting defensive tackle for the year, a big blog to a position lacking depth heading into the season.
Despite injuries to quarterback Phillip Nelson and running back Donnell Kirkwood, the Gophers are 5-2...needing just one more victory to become bowl eligible. Will they get it this week against...
Very few changes this week as we look at a first half of the season to forget and hope positive change starts Saturday against Northwestern.