Jerry Kill: Gibson-Nagurski football complex needs 'immediate' upgrades

Gophers football coach Jerry Kill met with soon-to-be athletics director Norwood Teague and told him the Gibson-Nagurski football complex needs "immediate" upgrades. Kill says it's an "eyesore in recruiting," but for about $3 million it can be fixed.
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Gophers football coach Jerry Kill met with soon-to-be athletics director Norwood Teague and told him the Gibson-Nagurski football complex needs "immediate" upgrades. Kill says it's an "eyesore in recruiting," but for about $3 million it can be fixed.

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