The Gophers lost at home to Indiana. The Gophers got blown out on the road by Northwestern. Eric Curry is out. Jarvis Johnson is just a pawn of the universe. Reggie Lynch is communicating to the public through a lawyer. Oh, we got this jolly news today:
#Gophers fans hoping Amir Coffey is back in less than a month shouldn’t be holding their breath. Heard he could possibly return from a shoulder injury in 6-8 weeks without surgery. We’re talking late February. By then season is about over. Will be reevaluated early next month.— Marcus R. Fuller (@Marcus_R_Fuller) January 12, 2018
The #5 Purdue Boilermakers now come to town. This isn’t Indiana. And it’s not gonna be pretty.
Who are the Gophers playing?
Purdue Boilermakers (16-2, 5-0)
What time are they playing?
Sat., Jan. 13 @ 11 a.m. CT
Where are they playing?
Can I watch the game on TV?
Yes, ESPN2 (sorry, America)
Can I listen to the game on the radio?
Yes, 100.3 KFAN.
Days until next season:
Gopher basketball memory that doesn’t suck:
On Jan. 9, 2010 Blake Hoffarber scored a career-high 27 points, with six 3-pointers in the second half, to lead Minnesota to a 73-62 victory over Ohio State.
#GopherHaiku for the game:
Six players with skill.
Factor in the universe.
Now there are just three.
KenPom likes Purdue by eight, 81-73. That’s generous, since the blog is still counting the Lynch and Coffey performances. It’ll probably be more along the lines of a 20-point drubbing.