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Cam Christie, Minnesota Gophers, NBA Draft
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Minnesota Gophers guard Cam Christie is in the 2024 NBA Draft with draft analysts noting he could be one of the most overlooked prospects.
Jarvis Omersa, Minnesota Gophers
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Former Minnesota Gopher Jarvis Omersa has now transitioned his athleticism to the boxing ring and is anticipated to make his professional debut next year.
NCAA Basketball: Northwestern at Minnesota
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Minnesota Gophers basketball player Mike Mitchell Jr. chose to remain committed to coach Ben Johnson despite receiving numerous offers.
NCAA Basketball: Ohio State at Minnesota
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Dawson Garcia has unveiled his ambitious goals for the 2024-25 season with the Minnesota Gophers, aiming high as he prepares for the upcoming season.
Minnesota Gophers Men's Basketball, Ben Johnson
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Minnesota Gophers men’s basketball has reportedly doubled its NIL budget from where it was at just one year ago.
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Mark Coyle and the University of Minnesota Athletic Department is preparing to pay Gophers student athletes (mostly football players) $21 million annually.
NCAA Basketball: Minnesota at Nebraska
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Cam Christie of Minnesota Gophers basketball officially chooses NBA draft over college after careful consideration.
NCAA Basketball: Wisconsin at Minnesota
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Macalester guard Caleb Williams committed to Ben Johnson and the Minnesota Gophers recently, and it was reportedly for free.
Elijah Hawkins, Pharrel Payne, Minnesota Gophers, Transfer Portal
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Elijah Hawkins and Pharrel Payne found new homes away from the Minnesota Gophers, and their new NIL deals tell us why they left Dinkytown.