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John Marshall grad Cazz Martin had two standout football seasons at the University of Minnesota Duluth and last week he attended the three-day College Gridiron Showcase in Fort Worth, Texas.
In a battle of the Big Ten's hockey heavyweights, Michigan scored first and the Gophers scored last, winning the opener of their two-game series.
Minnesota shot 28-for-55 from the field (50.9%) in a loss to Iowa. The Gophers had won 26 straight games when shooting better than 50% from the field since a loss at Penn State on Jan. 5, 2016
Minnesota preparing to play the Knights at Williams Arena, but COVID test results will make final call

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Hawkeyes’ 105-49 win surpasses previous margin of 55 points set in 1986 and matched in 2020.
All of Michigan's individual talent has not kept them immune to the injury bug, or to COVID, in advance of their series versus the Gophers in Minneapolis. Also: Gophers women blessed in goal, and Motzko's memories of Hockey Day are good ones.
Fourth-ranked Minnesota handed Wisconsin its only regulation win on Dec. 3 in Madison
Dover-Eyota graduate Brady Williams is shaping up as one of Minnesota State, Mankato's top players in this, his sophomore basketball season.
Yellowjackets post 79-65 victory for fourth win in past five games.
No. 25 Iowa offers Minnesota another chance Thursday at Williams Arena

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When Gophers hockey practice ends, defenseman Ryan Johnson will sometimes spend an extra hour or more on the ice by himself, working on his game solo like a classic Minnesota rink rat, which is odd because Johnson hails from Southern California.
Colton Krell was the first wrestler from Blooming Prairie High School to win a state title and was all set to wrestle at North Dakota State but has found his home at RCTC
After COVID testing Monday, Minnesota below NCAA minimum of seven available scholarship players

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