Kill sees room for improvement

The football Gophers are 2-0, but coach Jerry Kill tells the Pioneer Press there’s still a “lot of work to do.” Even though Minnesota clobbered New Hampshire 44-7 Saturday, Kill says the offense squandered opportunities -- opportunities that might haunt them against better teams.
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