The Minnesota Golden Gophers have announced that Saturday’s spring game has been moved to the indoor practice facility and will no longer be open to the public due the lack of space. The location change was likely made based on the weather forecast.
The scrimmage, scheduled to start at 11 a.m., will still be available to stream on BTN2Go, and will air on tape delay on the Big Ten Network at 4 p.m.
#Gophers move Spring Game inside (still on BTN2Go and KFAN), which means it will no longer be open to the public due to limited crowd space. A fan event during training camp is being planned. https://t.co/4OLgo6URrW#SkiUMah // #RTB pic.twitter.com/he0rZJilLM— Minnesota Football (@GopherFootball) April 11, 2019