No. 9 Michigan State Beats Minnesota 79-55, Ends 3-Game SkidMinnesota's Gabe Kalscheur scored 17 points and Daniel Oturu had 12 points.
Murphy, Coffey Lead Minnesota Past No. 19 Iowa 92-87Jordan Murphy and Amir Coffey each scored 23 points to help Minnesota hang on and beat No. 19 Iowa 92-87 on Sunday.
Mpls. Miracle, Super Bowl, Mauer Retires & More: MN's Top 2018 Sports MomentsFrom the Minneapolis Miracle, Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl, to Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer's retirement, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2018.
Bell, Bello Lead No. 13 Minnesota Women Past Rhode IslandKenisha Bell scored 28 points with nine assists, seven rebounds and two steals, Taiye Bello had a double-double and No. 13 Minnesota finished the nonconference season unbeaten with a 91-71 win over Rhode Island on Saturday.
No. 16 Ohio State Routs Minnesota 79-59 In Big Ten OpenerOhio State dominated every aspect from scoring to rebounding, and overwhelmed its Big Ten rival from the start. Minnesota struggled to find the basket up close and at a distance, and never challenged.
Minnesota Enters Women's AP Top 25Getting ranked so quickly wasn't on Lindsay Whalen's mind when she took over the head coaching job at Minnesota this season.
Lindsay Whalen's Gophers Trounce New Hampshire 70-49 In Her Coaching DebutLindsay Whalen will take the court with her new team in the opener against New Hampshire, one of the most-anticipated debuts in women's college basketball this year. Three months after announcing her retirement from the WNBA, Whalen has begun her full-time focus on the program she once helped build.
Corbin, Illinois Roll Over Minnesota 55-31Things are heating up for Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck, who has watched his team drop five of its last six games.
Morgan, Minnesota Top Indiana 38-31 On Late 67-Yard TD PassTanner Morgan passed for 302 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start, including the tiebreaking 67-yard scoring toss to Rashod Bateman with 1:34 remaining that gave Minnesota a 38-31 victory on a rainy Friday night after Indiana rallied with 22 straight fourth-quarter points.
No. 3 Ohio State Holds Off Persistent Minnesota 30-14"I love coaching that team," Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck said. "I'm proud of how hard they played."
Stanley's 4 TD Passes Send Iowa Past Minnesota 48-31Whether it was the touchdown on a fake field goal or the two true freshmen cornerbacks forced by injuries into the starting lineup, Iowa had to work hard to hoist that bronze pig.