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RE: Gopher Football - 10/2/2020 1:18:41 PM   
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No wonder Bateman originally opted out:

Gophers' Rashod Bateman had scary battle with COVID during break from summer workouts
Receiver is cleared after contracting COVID-19.

By Megan Ryan Star Tribune OCTOBER 2, 2020 — 11:02AM

For nearly two weeks this summer, Rashod Bateman’s head and body ached, altering between chills and night sweats. Like a bad flu, but with the disconcerting addition of losing his sense of taste and smell.

The Gophers star receiver was one of the coronavirus pandemic’s victims. He didn’t know how he contracted COVID-19 because he’d tried to be cautious. But he had taken a California trip on a break from voluntary workouts, and a test later confirmed he and some others who traveled were positive.

“Just being scared and not knowing what it can do to my body because nobody really had any answers,” Bateman said Thursday. “And then I just felt like it wasn’t safe to play football this year after going through that.”

Bateman has asthma, which made the experience even scarier. It took a couple of days after his sickness for him to begin feeling normal, and it was enough for him to decide to opt out of the 2020 football season Aug. 4.

The Big Ten canceled fall sports soon after Bateman left school, and the receiver signed with an agent and started his long preparation for the 2021 NFL draft, where he is a projected first-round pick. But leaving campus, moving into a condo in downtown Minneapolis and suddenly going from college student to adult was shocking, especially since he always planned for at least one more Gophers season.

“It was a very lonely time because I wasn’t with my teammates,” Bateman said. “You’re going through everything else in the world. You’re not sure where to look, left or right. I mean, I’ve had a football season every fall for practically my whole life. … And not participating in football in the fall, especially with this team and my brothers here and this staff and this university, it really took a toll on me.”

Bateman, who caught 60 passes for 1,219 yards and 11 touchdowns last season as the Big Ten Receiver of the Year, was convinced the Big Ten wouldn’t play this fall. But when the conference reversed its decision Sept. 16, planning an Oct. 24 start, he knew this was his second chance.

The conference added to its safety protocols, including daily testing for all athletes and staff to ensure prompt detection and isolation for outbreak prevention. That made Bateman more comfortable to return and help his team improve on an 11-2 season from 2019.

Bateman rapidly found himself re-enrolling in school, moving back to campus, rejoining practices — all while he waited for the NCAA to reinstate him, since signing with an agent and taking monetary benefits for housing, transportation and training terminates a player’s eligibility.

As of Wednesday, Bateman is officially a Gopher again.

“Now that I am back, I’m so happy, the happiest I’ve ever been, probably, in these past couple of months that we’ve been through,” Bateman said. “So I’m just really excited to get back to work with this team.”


https://www.startribune.com/gophers-rashod-bateman-had-scary-battle-with-covid-19-during-break-from-summer-workouts/572607952/
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RE: Gopher Football - 10/5/2020 5:18:55 PM   
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Minnesota Golden Gophers wide receiver Demetrius Douglas announced via Twitter this afternoon that he has decided to opt out of the 2020 season. He is set to graduate this December and plans to retire from the sport of football altogether.

Douglas was a starter as a true freshman before missing the final nine games of the season due to injury and taking a medical redshirt. Consistent production in the passing game has eluded him for the last two seasons, recording a combined 23 receptions for 244 receiving yards and one touchdown while playing behind Tyler Johnson, Rashod Bateman, and Chris Autman-Bell. But Douglas has also served as the Gophers’ primary kick and punt returner over that span, scoring on a 69-yard punt return for a touchdown against Wisconsin in 2018.

One of only four upperclassmen scholarship receivers on the roster, Douglas was expected to compete for the starting slot receiver spot this season. Douglas’ decision to step away from football opens the door for true freshmen Douglas Emilien and Daniel Jackson or even walk-on Clay Geary to perhaps see more significant snaps this fall.

https://www.thedailygopher.com/2020/10/5/21443638/minnesota-football-wide-receiver-demetrius-douglas-opts-out-2020-season
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RE: Gopher Football - 10/13/2020 8:56:54 AM   
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Looks like we jump straight into the fire
Vs Michigan on a prime time Saturday night
Been rowing, PJ?

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 7:14:36 AM   
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College Gameday back in the TC
Will be interesting to see how the event plays out, with or without the needed precautions?

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 11:12:20 AM   
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GD its fun to watch Winfield and Johnson tear it up for Tampa
We knew they were THAT good
Apparently the Vikings did not. 5th round is a steal for Johnson, and Winfield could have been taken as high as anyone, in reality
PLAY makers. Already making names for themselves.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 11:20:34 AM   
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Didn't not even have to look twice during that great TB/GB game yesterday
EVERY time a nice play was made on defense by Tampa, Winfield was involved
Aikmans already picked him out, "you won't see him drop many more of those, kid is going to be special for a long time" (on the dropped INT)
Rodgers runs for end zone, you see a blur make a great attempt to keep him out, and nails him (legally). It hurt
Blur flies back to the ball on a bomb, helping on a receiver, blur comes up on a couple short-yardage plays and busts the whole thing apart, that blur is always our boy.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 12:21:36 PM   
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That hit on Rodgers (legal, like you say but they still threw a flag) was awesome because you know that hurt like hell.
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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 1:16:44 PM   
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That hit on Rodgers (legal, like you say but they still threw a flag) was awesome because you know that hurt like hell.



Must be why he stood there and tried to flex for his celebration

A couple of his bodyguards tried to mess Winfield up. Teammate had his back.

Devin White, the TB MLB is a STUD.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 1:24:53 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Jeff Jesser

That hit on Rodgers (legal, like you say but they still threw a flag) was awesome because you know that hurt like hell.



Must be why he stood there and tried to flex for his celebration

A couple of his bodyguards tried to mess Winfield up. Teammate had his back.

Devin White, the TB MLB is a STUD.

He got flagged because nobody is allowed to breath hard on precious little Erin.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 1:29:29 PM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Jeff Jesser

That hit on Rodgers (legal, like you say but they still threw a flag) was awesome because you know that hurt like hell.



Must be why he stood there and tried to flex for his celebration

A couple of his bodyguards tried to mess Winfield up. Teammate had his back.

Devin White, the TB MLB is a STUD.

Loved how TB handled it
All day
Just kept beating him up and saying we will be back
Every time early he got touched, his bodyguards lost their minds, after about ten straight, they finally were like "you're on your own bud"
Love how they kept it clean too, body shots. Even Suhs weren't lethal types

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/19/2020 1:48:04 PM   
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Michigan star wide receiver Nico Collins, who hasn't commented on his status since reportedly signing with an agent in September, is no longer with the team, coach Jim Harbaugh said on Monday.
"Nico is not participating in football right now," Harbaugh said. "I don't have a crystal ball as to if his mind would change on that. I know he's not currently on the team."
No. 18 Michigan opens its season on Saturday at No. 21 Minnesota. Collins had 78 receptions for 1,388 yards and 13 touchdowns over his three-year career, and originally announced his intent to return for his senior season. He had 37 catches for 729 yards and seven scores last year but reportedly decided to opt out this season before the Big Ten announced its plans to return.
It's a significant loss for a team that also had to replace quarterback Shea Patterson, four starting offensive linemen, and receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones, who decided to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft


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RE: Gopher Football - 10/20/2020 12:21:43 PM   
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ESPNs B10 West prediction

Minnesota
Head coach: P.J. Fleck (23-15, fourth year)
2019: 11-2 (7-2), 13th in SP+
2020 projection: 5-3, 16th
Top returning players: WR Rashod Bateman, QB Tanner Morgan, RT Daniel Faalele, CB Benjamin St-Juste, CB Jordan Howden
The college football season will forever have a small-sample problem, but it still has massive potential for narrative shifts.
Think back to September 2019: It was fair to call Minnesota an underachiever. P.J. Fleck's Golden Gophers were projected 30th in SP+, but they found themselves tied with South Dakota State after 54 minutes and trailing both Fresno State and Georgia Southern in the final minute. They rallied each time, winning the three games by a combined 13 points, but there were serious question marks, especially on defense. Minnesota entered conference play having fallen to 50th overall.
Fast forward to Nov. 9: After winning their previous four conference games by an average of 42-10, the still-unbeaten Gophers topped No. 5 Penn State Nittany Lions at home 31-26 to move to seventh in the AP poll. They would lose to Iowa and Wisconsin down the stretch, but a win over Auburn in the Outback Bowl gave them their first 11-win season since 1904 and their first AP top-10 finish since 1962. The offense had gone from good to great (seventh in offensive SP+) and the defense from mediocre to good (26th). The narrative shifted entirely.
The level of brilliance Minnesota attained in October, and the fact it maintained some degree of it, makes the Gophers an awfully intriguing team in 2020. Offensive coordinator Kirk Ciarrocca was plucked away by Penn State, 1,300-yard wide receiver Tyler Johnson is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer and each unit on the defense has some attrition to work through. But quarterback Tanner Morgan, 1,200-yard wideout Rashod Bateman and nearly every offensive lineman return, as do strong cornerbacks Jordan Howden and Benjamin St-Juste, an excellent nickelback in Coney Durr and a load of juniors and seniors who looked solid in smaller samples last season. Granted, a Big Ten-only schedule means Minnesota could be punished much more harshly for a slow start, but with a similar cruising altitude, this could be another remarkable season.
Morgan's emergence was incredible. The Gophers leaned heavily on a basic inside- and outside-zone running system, but they slapped RPO tags onto just about everything, and any time a safety or linebacker was in conflict or wrong-footed, Morgan -- a strong decision-maker with solid accuracy -- made them pay with slants and go routes. Bateman is one of the most explosive receivers in the country, and junior Chris Autman-Bell could be ready for a larger role. Mohamed Ibrahim and Bryce Williams are both capable runners, and the offensive line is utterly enormous (slightly less so if 400-pound tackle Daniel Faalele isn't at full health). But despite appearances, the pass is the key. And new offensive coordinator Mike Sanford Jr. would be well-served not changing too much of Ciarrocca's system.
The defense needs a few new playmakers. Six of last year's top nine havoc producers are gone, including sacks leaders Carter Coughlin and Sam Renner and safeties Antoine Winfield Jr. and Chris Williamson. End Boye Mafe and linebacker Braelen Oliver could be asked to do a lot of attacking if they're healthy.


2nd, behind Wisconsin (6-2, 6th in country)

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/20/2020 2:31:16 PM   
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The Washtenaw County Health Department issued a stay in place order Tuesday for University of Michigan undergraduate students beginning immediately due to a rise in COVID-19 cases, but the order will not impact athletic activity at this time.
The Michigan football team travels to Minnesota for its season opener Saturday. Despite the stay in place order running until Nov. 3, the health department stated that any students who are associated with intercollegiate varsity sports may attend practices and competitions.


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RE: Gopher Football - 10/20/2020 2:40:58 PM   
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The Washtenaw County Health Department issued a stay in place order Tuesday for University of Michigan undergraduate students beginning immediately due to a rise in COVID-19 cases, but the order will not impact athletic activity at this time.
The Michigan football team travels to Minnesota for its season opener Saturday. Despite the stay in place order running until Nov. 3, the health department stated that any students who are associated with intercollegiate varsity sports may attend practices and competitions.




Nice

Everybody else behave

Athletes, go spread it.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/20/2020 2:48:19 PM   
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Exactly what it sounds like

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/22/2020 2:35:37 PM   
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Whoa!

We might be favored? Holy Bernie Bierman!

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/23/2020 12:26:03 PM   
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Football resumes at Minnesota, but offseason events remain top of mind
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It's the nature and depth of the conversation that has marked the biggest change for Minnesota Golden Gophers wide receiver Rashod Bateman and his teammates.
Since the viral video of George Floyd's death began to circulate on Memorial Day, you'll find Bateman and Minnesota football players from a variety of backgrounds regularly sitting together just to talk.

"We have been doing a really good job of loving each other," Bateman said. "We've been sharing our stories."
The program's Black players have been encouraged by head coach P.J. Fleck to discuss their fears and concerns. Bateman said he has conveyed his experiences with racism while growing up as a young Black man in Tifton, Georgia, and expressed the terror of feeling that he and his Black teammates could suffer a similar fate to Floyd.
Seth Green, a veteran wildcat QB on the team, said he talks to teammates about his worries that similar incidents have occurred but weren't filmed.
Meanwhile, quarterback Tanner Morgan said he and other white players in the room have listened and learned as the team has grown together.
"It brought a lot of people together," Morgan said. "You have to learn more about each other. You have to learn more about your brothers. We've been talking to each other more about deep things."
On Saturday night, No. 21 Minnesota will face No. 17 Michigan (7:30 p.m. ET, ABC) in a battle for the Little Brown Jug -- college football's oldest trophy game -- as the Big Ten returns. Only 800 fans composed of friends and family of participating teams will be permitted to attend, but it's a significant event for the Gophers, hosts of ESPN College GameDay and a nationally ranked program in Fleck's fourth season. The game will be played at TCF Bank Stadium -- just 5 miles from where Floyd died at 38th and Chicago.
In the aftermath, peaceful protests lingered for weeks. Some people set fires and brought violence. National Guardsmen with rifles stood in front of grocery stores and barbershops in a surreal scene for local residents. All of this unfolded while the Gophers tried to adjust to a socially distanced reality as the state implemented restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Fleck played collegiate and pro football in diverse locker rooms, but he admitted he did not understand the weight of the moment for his Black players until Green asked him a question that changed his perspective.

"He said, 'How many Black teachers did you have growing up?' It all hit home for me," Fleck said.
Added Green, a Twin Cities native: "That question was important because it puts into perspective how people's experiences are different."
Fleck said he committed to offering his players a platform to convey their experiences to one another after meeting with them individually. Their meetings turned into classes too. Fleck regularly brings in educators to speak to his players about the history of social injustice in America and its impact on marginalized communities, part of the Minnesota program's H.E.R.E. (Helping End Racism through Education) initiative.

"You'll watch this team come together when most of the world is falling apart," Fleck said. "To help somebody, you'd better know where they've been. You'd better know their real story."
Former Minnesota star Ron Johnson, a fourth-round pick in the 2002 NFL draft and a local TV analyst, said Fleck's willingness to admit he's still learning about some of the challenges that have affected his players in the wake of Floyd's death helped him earn more respect within the locker room.
"First, I think P.J. Fleck has done an excellent job, not just with communication but with understanding," Johnson said. "He's been a champion for a lot of causes. On a Zoom call, he mentioned he had players talk to other players about their experiences, even admitting 'I didn't know' about some of their experiences."
On Saturday, the team's bond will be tested with the first game of a shortened season that's scheduled to feature eight games, plus one East vs. West matchup based on the standings during the week of the Big Ten championship game.
Once dampened by Bateman's decision to opt out in August, the projections for Minnesota's upcoming season received a boost when the NFL prospect (he's listed as the No. 2 wide receiver on Mel Kiper's list) announced his return last month. Bateman is the key piece to a Minnesota offense that was fourth in the Big Ten with 432 total yards per game in 2019.
He said he'll wear the No. 0 to promote zero tolerance for racism.
"It makes me feel good," he said of the school's support. "It shows me they care about what has happened in my life. The No. 0, it means a lot to me. To me, it proves it's bigger than me, bigger than football, bigger than a lot of things."

"We have been doing a really good job of loving each other," Minnesota wideout Rashod Bateman said of how he and his teammates have dealt with the adversity. Jesse Johnson/USA TODAY Sports
Bateman, who tested positive for COVID-19 over the summer and also deals with asthma, said his initial decision to opt out centered on concerns about the protocols, which were still in flux when the Big Ten postponed its season.
"You know, it was like, 'Do I play and risk my life or do I go and prepare for the NFL?'" Bateman said. "Having experienced COVID made it tougher."
His return last month, however, elevated preseason expectations, an uncommon vibe among Gophers fans prior to Fleck's arrival. A trip to the Big Ten title game seems possible.
But Fleck is honest about the predicament the conference faces this season.
In May, the World Health Organization recommended that states not reopen unless they maintain a positivity rate -- the percentage of COVID-19 tests that come back positive -- under 5%. Per the latest Johns Hopkins University data, only five Big Ten schools (Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State, Maryland and Rutgers) are in states that had met the threshold based on Tuesday's report for the country's seven-day rolling average.
The Gophers are testing daily while adopting new protocols -- protocols players have called safe and reassuring -- and aiming to avoid any disruptions. But Fleck said he has also prepared his team to acknowledge the uncertainty ahead.
"You tell them to control what they can control," he said. "Whoever does it longer will have success. They could work really hard and only play three games."

Fleck said he has sought his own coping methods over the past six months. He hops onto his bike three to four days a week and travels all over Minneapolis. It's an escape and makes him feel free, he said.
In the city where he resides, a calm has arrived as winter approaches. But Floyd's memory remains, proven by the number of people who still visit 38th and Chicago to remember the day racial injustice and police brutality were brought to the forefront, and a period that also shattered a city that has had to put itself back together again.
Fleck said he wanted to coach the most empathetic program in the country this season, a team that does its part to help the city move forward.
On Saturday, Minnesota will take its next step.
"We weren't promised a season," Morgan said. "We weren't promised a game, so Saturday is going to be a feeling of gratitude that we get to play this game and we get to create change."


Fantastic stuff, imo.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/23/2020 12:39:39 PM   
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I love Fleck. Quickly becoming one of my all-time favorite coaches.

He's showing to be a very good coach, but also that he's a "Tony Dungy-level" human being.
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RE: Gopher Football - 10/23/2020 1:13:50 PM   
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I love Fleck. Quickly becoming one of my all-time favorite coaches.

He's showing to be a very good coach, but also that he's a "Tony Dungy-level" human being.

I like trying to come up with one-word descriptions of people (from what little we know about them)
The same word came to mind for me on Dungy and Fleck both ….. fearless

I've coached over 30 years and I know what it takes to do the things they do and did daily, as the people they are/were and I just see …. fearless... in both of them.
Not afraid of tough things or uncomfy situations.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/23/2020 7:20:00 PM   
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That hit on Rodgers (legal, like you say but they still threw a flag) was awesome because you know that hurt like hell.



Must be why he stood there and tried to flex for his celebration

A couple of his bodyguards tried to mess Winfield up. Teammate had his back.

Devin White, the TB MLB is a STUD.

Loved how TB handled it
All day
Just kept beating him up and saying we will be back
Every time early he got touched, his bodyguards lost their minds, after about ten straight, they finally were like "you're on your own bud"
Love how they kept it clean too, body shots. Even Suhs weren't lethal types

Laying the lumber to the opposing QB is always the best way to make an offense ineffective. Even if you give up a couple of flags or even an early touchdown or two, bring the heat and get him uncomfortable and you'll increase the odds of winning exponentially. It works against Cousins all the time, but we don't use that strategy often enough ourselves.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/23/2020 11:00:09 PM   
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"Rumors" (Trump?) Tanner Morgan is out because of COVID. That could make it interesting. If Tanner Morgan plays, we're a legit favorite. If he doesn't play, we're probably in trouble.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/24/2020 10:30:32 AM   
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I love Fleck. Quickly becoming one of my all-time favorite coaches.

He's showing to be a very good coach, but also that he's a "Tony Dungy-level" human being.


Best coach in Minnesota. And it is not even close!

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/24/2020 10:43:18 AM   
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Best, no. Best male, yes.
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RE: Gopher Football - 10/24/2020 10:48:26 AM   
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Minnesota is talented enough to play with anyone in the Big 10.
Ohio State and Wisconsin will be very, very tough though.

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RE: Gopher Football - 10/24/2020 2:57:31 PM   
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Wonder if the Huskers are still glad to be playing after a 52-17 loss.

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