'U' President: We Want Jerry Kill To Remain In The MixUniversity of Minnesota president Eric Kaler said he is hopeful the school can find a way to keep former football coach Jerry Kill in the fold even as Kill talked about moving on to other ventures. Kill was forced to retire seven games into last season because of epilepsy.
Frustrating Season For Gophers Ends With Bowl VictoryAt the end of this tumultuous 2015 season, Minnesota's maroon and gold colors revealed a silver lining. Finally, 11 years after their last postseason victory, the Gophers won a bowl game.
Leidner Leads Gophers Past Central Michigan In Quick Lane BowlMinnesota quarterback Mitch Leidner ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 4:26 remaining, and the Golden Gophers held on for a 21-14 win over Central Michigan in the Quick Lane Bowl on Monday night.
KJ Maye Reflects On College Career With The GophersThe Gopher football team left Thursday for Detroit and their bowl date with Central Michigan. One team member playing his final game is reflective this Christmas season.
2015 In Review: The Year In Local SportsMinnesota doesn't seem to lack anything in having big sports stories over the course of a year, and 2015 was no exception. Here's a look back at the crazy year that was Minnesota sports.
Jerry Kill Talks On His Time With The Gophers: 'I'm Blessed'Jerry Kill is no longer the football coach at the University of Minnesota. His retirement less than a month ago because of health reasons with epilepsy and seizures have been reported. Monday night, Kill and his wife, Rebecca, take us through that final week.
After Emotional Loss, Gophers Head To Ohio State DeterminedOhio State coach Urban Meyer doesn't expect Minnesota will come into Ohio Stadium flat on Saturday night after an emotional stretch last week.
Kill Says His Health Is Improving Following Sudden RetirementJerry Kill said his health is improving less than a week after his tearful press conference announcing his retirement as Gopher football coach because of health reasons.
4 Things To Know For Nov. 1, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Nov. 1, 2015.
Gophers Lose The Jug To Michigan 29-26 On Goal-Line StandoffWilton Speight came off the bench and threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jehu Chesson with under 5 minutes to play and No. 15 Michigan stopped Mitch Leidner on a sneak as time expired to escape with a 29-26 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night.
U Of M Breaks Ground On 'Athletes Village'The University of Minnesota is breaking ground on its new Athletes Village Friday. The $166 million project includes three new buildings, one of which will be able to hold over 700 student athletes.
Gophers Playing For Coach Kill, Teammates To Keep Little Brown JugThe players understand that Gophers football coach Jerry Kill needed to leave the game he loves. They also understand there is an important game to be played Saturday against Michigan. So how do those two tie together?