Senior linebacker Kamal Martin announced on Instagram Sunday that he will skip the Outback Bowl to begin preparations for the NFL Draft.
The Minnesota State Mavericks football team will compete for a national championship next week after a big win on Saturday in the Division II semifinals.
The Gophers are celebrating a 10-win season for the first time in 115 years with a Jan. 1 trip to the Outback Bowl in P.J. Fleck's third season at Minnesota.
The No.18-ranked Gophers (10-2) were rewarded for their first 10-win season in 115 years with an invite to the Outback Bowl against Auburn (9-3) on New Year's Day in Tampa, Florida.
The Armstrong High School band has been to the competition three times prior, including winning Grand Champion in 2012.
The No. 18-ranked Gopher football team is headed to the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida, and will face No. 12-ranked Auburn on Jan. 1, 2020.
A former Minneapolis football player, who survived being badly burned in a fire when he was a boy, received a scholarship Saturday from a group who works to help burn victims.
It's believed to be the first time in conference history that the two wide receiver spots on the First Team went to players from the same school.
On Tuesday, P.J. Fleck was voted the Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year, voted on by Big Ten coaches. It’s his third honor in seven years as a head coach.
P.J. Fleck and the Gopher football program is moving on from Saturday's loss to Wisconsin, and looking forward to a possible Jan. 1 bowl game in warm weather.
Despite a bitter rivalry that goes back decades upon decades, Gophers and Badgers fans can come together when it really matters. On Saturday, with a whole lot on the line for both teams, that fact didn't change.
With Paul Bunyan's Axe, the Big Ten West Division title on the line and ESPN's College GameDay in town, the Gophers lost to rival Wisconsin 38-17 and finished the 2019 season 10-2. Jonathan Taylor led the Badgers with 115 total yards and 3 touchdowns.
After undergoing surgery this week, Casey O'Brien was back at TCF Bank Stadium for the big Minnesota-Wisconsin match-up.
Minnesota Gopher fans got creative with their team spirit as ESPN’s College GameDay kicked off at Northrop Mall on the University of Minnesota campus Saturday.
It's going to be a wet, sloppy and slushy game day at TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday as the Gophers host the Badgers - but do not call it miserable.
Former Gophers star receiver and Cold Spring native Eric Decker will be the celebrity guest picker on ESPN's College GameDay, which will be broadcast from Northrop Mall on Saturday.
Saturday marks the last regular season home game for 12 Gophers seniors, with five of them being Minnesota natives. They stayed with the program through tough times in 2016, and now they're facing rival Wisconsin for the Big Ten West title.
Work was underway Wednesday at the University of Minnesota campus for College GameDay on Saturday.
Ahead of the big Gophers-Badgers matchup this weekend, Coach P.J. Fleck breaks down the game and we hear from star WR Rashod Bateman after his big game at Northwestern.
ESPN's College GameDay will be in Minneapolis Saturday as the No. 8-ranked Gophers host the No. 12-ranked Badgers in the battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe. The winner advances to face Ohio State in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship.