Gophers still trying to get passing game going
By Dave Campbell, AP Sports Writer
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota has scored 95 points over the first two games, and the Gophers have barely mastered the forward pass so far.
That could be a good sign. If sophomore quarterback Philip Nelson and the rest of the offense find a rhythm with the aerial attack to supplement what has the potential to be a rugged, productive running game, the Gophers will be in good shape.
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