2019 In Review: MN's Top Moments In SportsFrom the 9-0 start to the Gophers football season, Minneapolis hosting the Final Four basketball tournament, to Lindsey Vonn's retirements, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2019.
Gophers' Annexstad Hospitalized For Mid-Section Injury In NebraskaMinnesota quarterback Zack Annexstad was treated and released from a Lincoln hospital after getting injured in the first half of the Gophers' game against Nebraska on Saturday. A Minnesota spokesman said Annexstad was on the team airplane for the return trip to Minneapolis. No other details were available.
Huskers Beat Gophers 53-28 For 1st Win Under Scott FrostNebraska built a four-touchdown lead in the first half and survived some nervous moments in the second before pulling away to beat Minnesota 53-28 on Saturday, giving Scott Frost his long-awaited first win as Cornhuskers coach and ending a program-record 10-game losing streak.
P.J. Fleck Inspires Football Coaches At Annual ConventionMinnesota high school football coaches gather each year to talk about the game. The annual convention brings in some 1,400 coaches, mainly from Minnesota.
Gophers' Maxx Williams Offers Team Confidence For Ohio GameIt's guarded optimism for the Gopher football team. They are hoping to pull off an upset against Ohio State at home at 11 a.m. Saturday. But they have confidence coming off of the blow out over Iowa, and, as Mike Max explains, they have confidence because of a tight end that's quite a weapon.