Kevin Dorsey Leaving Gophers Basketball ProgramKevin Dorsey, one of three Minnesota guards suspended at the end of the season after a sex video appeared briefly on social media, is transferring.
3 Suspended Gopher Players Will Return Next SeasonThree University of Minnesota men's basketball players suspended for the final four games of the 2015-16 season will return next year, coach Richard Pitino said Tuesday.
Pitino To Assess Status Of 3 Suspended Players Ater SeasonMinnesota coach Richard Pitino says he has not yet determined when the team's three suspended players will be reinstated.
Suspended Gopher Basketball Player Claims Phone Was Stolen Prior To Video Being PostedPolice are investigating a reported theft of suspended Minnesota freshman Kevin Dorsey's cellphone at the Mall of America last week.
3 Gophers Basketball Players Suspended For Remainder Of SeasonUniversity of Minnesota basketball coach Richard Pitino announced Tuesday that Kevin Dorsey, Nate Mason and Dupree McBrayer have been suspended for the rest of the season.
Suspended Gophers Possibly Linked To Sex TapesThree Gopher basketball players have been sidelined, and there are reports that two graphic sex tapes are to blame.
Gophers Without Mason, Dorsey, McBrayer At Illinois Sunday NightThe University of Minnesota men's basketball team will be without three of its regular players Sunday night for a violation of team rules, coach Richard Pitino said.
No. 19 Hoosiers Top Gophers 74-68Thomas Bryant scored a career-high 23 points Saturday to help No. 19 Indiana hang on for a 74-68 victory over Minnesota.
King, Dorsey Lead Gophers Past UL-Monroe 67-56Kevin Dorsey and Joey King keyed a second-half surge and Minnesota rallied to beat Louisiana-Monroe 67-56 on Sunday. King finished with 20 points, Nate Mason had 12 and Dorsey 11 for the Golden Gophers (2-0).
Pitino Announces Gophers' 2015 Recruiting ClassJust days away from the season opener in Puerto Rico, University of Minnesota basketball coach Richard Pitino announced Wednesday that four players signed national letters of intent to join the Gophers in 2015. Highlighting the class is DeLaSalle point guard Jarvis Johnson, the top senior in Minnesota and the current favorite to win Mr. Basketball.