Gopher women go 0-for-ten-minutes in Wake Forest loss; Baylor and Griner up next

More than a quarter of the game was over by the time the Gophers got on the scoreboard against Wake Forest. After digging a 20-point hole, they wound up losing by seventeen. They'll need more scoring firepower when 6'8" Brittney Griner brings top-ranked Baylor to Minneapolis on Sunday.
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More than a quarter of the game was over by the time the Gophers got on the scoreboard against Wake Forest. After digging a 20-point hole, they wound up losing by seventeen. They'll need more scoring firepower when 6'8" Brittney Griner brings top-ranked Baylor to Minneapolis on Sunday.

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