Gopher men's basketball starts new season with high hopes

The Gopher men's basketball team starts the season Friday night with their All-Star festivities at Williams Arena. Minnesota is getting national respect from Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Eisenberg, who says they have a great shot to reach the NCAA Tournament and "do some damage" when they get there.
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