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Carter's 1995 season was one for the ages.
The Bears lost so the Vikings are back in first place in the NFC North.
The sophomore was found unresponsive on Friday morning.
Four cars were damaged last Wednesday night.
A ramp to eastbound I-494 will be closed for several hours.
It's not clear what started the fire at the St. Paul encampment.
Giant waves battered the city's shoreline, damaging public walkways and parks.
The person struck is a 68-year-old man from Hopkins.
It's from a Minneapolis brewery considered unique in its field.
Minnesota fought back from a 28-0 deficit but didn't last.
It happened Friday morning in Renville County.
Gophers' assistant coach Saul Smith will return to the men's basketball team on Nov. 13, the Star Tribune reports. Smith is on paid leave until his comeback. The son of head coach Tubby Smith was arrested for DUI last week. Athletic director Norwood Teague says Smith will undergo alcohol counseling and apologize to the team.
Saul Smith, the son of Gophers basketball coach Tubby Smith, is placed on indefinite unpaid administrative leave after a Saturday arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Norwood Teague, the soon-to-be Gophers' athletic director, is confident head basketball coach Tubby Smith will sign a contract extension in the near future. “It’s not done yet but hopefully it’s something that will be done very soon," Teague said.
NIT chairman C.M. Newton says Tubby Smith won't lead the Gophers to an NCAA championship without a new practice facility. Newton was Kentucky's athletic director when Smith led the Wildcats to an NCAA title in 1998. Minnesota's athletic director Joel Maturi says "there's no question" the Gophers basketball team needs its own practice facility, and they "need to find a way to get it."
Mountain West Conference commissioner Craig Thompson is a U of M graduate, and says he would be "open" to learning about the Gophers' athletic director position. Thompson says he would need to know more about the "needs of the athletic department" before "taking the next step."
Trevor Mbakwe told reporters on Friday that he was arrested for DWI earlier this summer. Police reports indicate he was arrested July 1st and pleaded guilty on September 10th. The issue is being handled internally, but coach Tubby Smith said he almost kicked Mbakwe off the team.