Minnesota replaced its head coach, but will have to replace some outgoing talent on the field, as well. Tom Dienhart lists the top five departing Gopher players.
Say “hello” to the Pacific Pro Football. What is that, you say? It’s a new professional league that will launch in 2018. Its intent: To develop players, not compete with the NFL. The great Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! detailed the fledgling league.
Minnesota wanted a change in culture and it's clear they got it. P.J. Fleck talked fast and furious on his first day as the Gophers football coach, and his energy will make things very interesting to watch.
Social media reacts to Minnesota hiring P.J. Fleck as head football coach.
I've taken a look at how I think the Big Ten East may play out in 2017. Now, let's examine the Big Ten West. Can anyone dethrone Wisconsin? Could Nebraska be a sleeper team? Does Iowa have life without QB C.J. Beathard?
Minnesota formally announced that P.J. Fleck has been named head football coach and agreed to a five-year deal. Fleck wil be introduced today at a press conference at 3:45 p.m. ET, and the event will air live on BTN.
Multiple reports say Westerrn Michigan's P.J. Fleck will be the fifth Golden Gophers coach since 2006, following Glen Mason, Tim Brewster, Jerry Kill and Tracy Claeys.
The Big Ten went 3-7 in college football bowl games and took part in some of the most memorable moments and games of the season. Tom Dienhart rolls out his Best of the Bowls here.
Minnesota AD Mark Coyle release a statement on his decision to fire football coach Tracy Claeys following two seasons and a pair of bowl win. Read the full statement in this post.
The 48-year-old Claeys enjoyed a brief but eventful tenure for a program that continues to search for stable ground. He will leave Dinkytown with an 11-8 mark overall and 6-8 Big Ten record with two bowl wins.