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2004 Music City Bowl Winner Minnesota Gophers News

GOPHERSPORTS.COM Spanish Superstar Says "Sí" to Gophers ...

Gophersports.com
Paloma Gonzalez has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the University of Minnesota. The 5-7 guard from Spain will be eligible to compete ...

2004 Music City Bowl Winner Minnesota Gophers News

Minnesota Football Recruiting: Wide Receiver, Jornell Manns III ...

The Daily Gopher
(*Editor's note...What the heck does "Commitment to Eight" mean? It is our new recurring title for recruit commitments referencing a commitment to work towards ...


2004 Music City Bowl Winner Minnesota Gophers News

Cool, confident Cole McDevitt sparks Gophers' offense

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Minnesota Gophers sophomore catcher Cole McDevitt, an Apple Valley native and 2015 Eastview grad, bats during a baseball game against Oral Roberts at U.S. Bank Stadium on March 3, 2017. (Courtesy of Bruce Kluckhohn / University of Minnesota ...

2004 Music City Bowl Winner Minnesota Gophers News

Gophers off to Columbus for Final Tournament

Gophersports.com
The University of Minnesota women's golf team travels to Ohio State this Easter weekend to compete in the Lady Buckeye Spring Invitational. The Golden Gophers return to play after almost a month off from competition, placing eighth in their last ...

Alabama News

2004 Music City Bowl Loser Alabama News

Court records: Video shows Tide DB kicking assault victim

The Decatur Daily
TUSCALOOSA — A video recording shows Alabama sophomore defensive back Deionte Thompson and another person kicking an 18-year-old victim in the head while he was incapacitated on the ground during a March 18 assault in Crystal Beach, Texas, ...



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2004 Music City Bowl Loser Alabama News

Alabama falls to Mississippi State, 6-5

AL.com
With two outs in the ninth inning, Cobie Vance stood 90 feet from home plate. But he could get no farther, and as a result Alabama lost to No. 11 Mississippi State, 6-5, Thursday at Dudy Noble Field in Starkville. Spencer Price, the Bulldogs' fifth ...



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2004 Music City Bowl Loser Alabama News

Alabama's 'Big 5' mayors meet with lawmakers

WSFA
The mayors of Alabama's five largest cities, Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsville, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, met Thursday in Montgomery. They're working to push forward their priorities in the legislature. The "Big 5" mayors meet every 3 months to discuss ...

2004 Music City Bowl Loser Alabama News

Roy Moore's familiar Alabama story

Anniston Star
Moore's latest trouble came in early 2016 in reaction to the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court's ruling making same-sex marriage legal. On Jan. 6, 2016, Moore issued an administrative order to Alabama probate judges warning them against issuing marriage licenses ...



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