Gophers Focused On Themselves as They Prep to Begin NCAA Tournament
By Giles Ferrell - Mar 27, 2021
The Gophers Finally Have an Adequate Bench
By Sam Ekstrom - Jan 22, 2021
What’s Up With the Gophers’ Home-Road Splits?
By Sam Ekstrom - Jan 15, 2021
Liam Robbins Has Stepped Up For the Gophers
By Sam Ekstrom - Jan 6, 2021
The Gophers’ last two wins — blowout victories over two ranked teams, Michigan State and Ohio State — have started in identical fashion. Minnesota won the tip […]
The Gophers Finally Have a Clutch-Time Assassin
By Sam Ekstrom - Dec 28, 2020
The Gophers’ overtime upset of No. 4 Iowa will likely go down in the annuls as The Brandon Johnson Game, named for the grad transfer who canned […]
The Gophers’ Flaws Were Exposed in 92-65 Loss to No. 13 Illinois
By Sam Ekstrom - Dec 16, 2020
Somehow the Gophers Maintained Their Momentum From Last Season
By Drew Cove - Dec 11, 2020
Don’t Look Now, But Gophers Hockey is 6-0
By Giles Ferrell - Dec 8, 2020
Who Can Step Up as Marcus Carr’s Supporting Cast?
By Sam Ekstrom - Dec 4, 2020
As college basketball dips its toes into the sports-during-a-pandemic waters, the Golden Gophers are flying below the radar. No glitzy preseason tournaments or opponents, no one-and-done freshmen […]
How Did the Gophers Hockey Team Sweep Penn State? Practice
By Drew Cove - Nov 20, 2020
Usually, college hockey programs only have a handful of practices before the season begins. This year, with the delay of COVID-19 moving the start date from early […]
Can the Gophers Finish the Job Against Illinois?
By Drew Cove - Nov 6, 2020
The Gophers Offensive Prowess is Being Wasted
By Drew Cove - Nov 2, 2020