Gophers won't take New Hampshire lightly

The last time the Gophers played a team from the Football Championship Subdivision, they were overwhelmed by North Dakota State last season. This year they won't overlook another FCS school -- New Hampshire, who they play Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium.
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The last time the Gophers played a team from the Football Championship Subdivision, they were overwhelmed by North Dakota State last season. This year they won't overlook another FCS school -- New Hampshire, who they play Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium.

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