Fmr. Gopher Damien Wilson Charged With Aggravated AssaultA former Gopher football player who now plays for the Dallas Cowboys has been arrested and charged with two counts aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
2 Gophers In NFL Draft Heading To TexasThe Dallas Cowboys have taken linebacker Damien Wilson of Minnesota in the fourth round of the NFL draft, and the Tennessee Titans selected the running back they said they wanted out of the final day of the NFL draft in David Cobb of Minnesota.
Gopher Linebacker Hopes To Hear Name At NFL DraftThe NFL draft is two weeks away, and one Gopher is hoping to hear his name. Linebacker Damien Wilson flourished this season, and now he's training and preparing for a shot at the big time.
Cobb Hoping Big Senior Season Turns Into NFL OpportunityDavid Cobb set a single-season rushing record with the University of Minnesota football team last season, one that helped turn the Gopher program around. Now he's hoping to get a pay day as a result. Cobb is preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft, which means overcoming an injury.
Former Gophers Cobb, Williams, Wilson At NFL CombineRunning back David Cobb, tight end Maxx Williams and linebacker Damien Wilson are the ex-Gophers among more than 300 draft prospects scheduled to go through interviews, medical tests and skills drills at Lucas Oil Field in front of team officials from all around the league.
Cobb, Wilson Talk Gophers Football On Rosen's Sports SundayThere's a buzz around the University of Minnesota campus and for the first time in a very long time, it's surrounding the Gophers football program.
Gophers Wilson, Myrick Earn Weekly Big Ten HonorsThe Gophers football team is off to a 2-0 start in the Big Ten Conference, and two players were recognized by the league after their win over Northwestern on Saturday. Linebacker Damien Wilson is leading the league in tackles with 11 per game, and he collected a career-high 15 tackles with 1.5 sacks to lead the Gophers defense in the victory.
As Gopher Bandwagon Grows, Ticket Sales Climb With a 8-2 record and four-straight wins in the Big 10, the Gopher football has been the feel-good story of the fall. Now in year three of the Coach Jerry Kill era, the perception of the Gopher football program is changing. Gopher linebacker Damien Wilson says fans have been shocked by the team’s success. “They’re getting used to it,” Wilson said. “Everybody’s excited around here.”