The University of Minnesota football program announced Tuesday its practice schedule for the upcoming fall camp before its season-opening game on Aug. 28.
University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill announced on Thursday — national Rise Above Seizures Day — he will be making a $100,000 donation to help children dealing with epilepsy.
Minnesota coach Jerry Kill has promoted graduate assistant Mike Sherels to linebackers coach.
University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill announced the team’s spring football practice schedule on Tuesday and for the fourth straight year, all practices will be open to the public. Kill and the Gophers will open spring practice with an afternoon workout on March 4.
Jerry Kill says he’s “getting paid way too much” to be Minnesota’s coach but appreciative of the raise and contract extension he received.
Minnesota has given football coach Jerry Kill a raise and another year on his contract. The university announced Saturday that Kill’s deal was extended through the 2018 season and that he’ll make $2.1 million in 2014, a big spike from his previous salary of $1.2 million. That was the lowest in the Big Ten. Athletic director Norwood Teague had promised for months the contract would be restructured.
Winning games means more money for Gopher Basketball Coach Richard Pitino. Sid has the details….click the above link to listen.
Is Jerry Kill getting a contract extention? Find out by listening to Sid and Norwood Teague. Click the above link.
National Signing Day….listen to what Sid thinks by clicking the link above!
Click the link above to listen to Mike’s reaction to winning nights by the Wolves and Wild….plus Gopher Football recruiting.
Minnesota’s top high school football player will be wearing Maroon and Gold at the University of Minnesota in the fall. Minneapolis Washburn senior Jeff Jones, who recently won Mr. Football, made his college decision official on Wednesday.
Wednesday is a big day at the U of M. Why? Find out when you listen to Dave and Sid…..click the link to listen.
Will Mikko Koivu play in the Olympics? Click the link to find out why the Wild want him to…..
Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson says he intends to transfer to another school that runs an offense “that centers more around the passing game.” The sophomore made the surprise announcement Thursday when he first released the statement to KFXN-FM in Minneapolis.
Gopher AD talks with Sid about Gopher Basketball and Jerry Kill’s contract. Click the link to listen back!