University of Minnesota football, a Minnesota Twins pitcher on watching video tape and a new member of the Minnesota Wild on the Xcel Energy Center: It’s all part of this week’s news and notes.
The Board of Regents at the University of Minnesota will vote Wednesday on a final plan to allow alcohol at TCF Bank Stadium during football games, according to officials.
Ra’Shede Hageman, 21, had a misdemeanor disorderly charge against him dropped Monday in connection with a May 10 incident at Sally’s Bar in Dinkytown.
The Big 10 Conference announced home schedules for all of its member schools in 2015 and 2016 on Monday, and some of the top teams in the country are coming to TCF Bank Stadium in a few years.
The family of former Gopher football player Gary Tinsley said Thursday morning it is planning to attend the University of Minnesota graduation ceremony.
Authorities said Ra’Shede Hageman, 21, was arrested shortly after 2 a.m. on a gross misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct after he reportedly got into a fight with someone at Sally’s Bar in Dinkytown.
Authorities have released the official cause of death in the case of former Gophers linebacker Gary Tinsley.
Another year has given MarQueis Gray and the Gophers more confidence about their quarterback situation.
University of Minnesota officials announced Wednesday that the funeral for former player Gary Tinsley will be Saturday morning in Jacksonville, Fla.
Middle Tennessee will play a football road game against Minnesota in 2014.
Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill says he feels much more comfortable in his second year as head of the Golden Gophers program, and he hopes that his players feel just as comfortable with this coaching staff.
Gopher wide receiver Ge’Shun Harris has been dismissed from the University of Minnesota football program, head coach Jerry Kill said Thursday. Kill said Harris was dismissed for what he labeled a violation of team policies.
Nine of Minnesota’s top 11 football recruits signed scholarships to play at the University of Minnesota in the fall as part of Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
It was National Signing Day for high school football recruits around the nation, and at the University of Minnesota, it was a relatively enjoyable day for head coach Jerry Kill.
High school football will be in the spotlight Wednesday as it’s National Signing Day for college recruits all across the nation.