Jerry Kill says Gophers have changed in the last month

Jerry Kills says the Gophers' football team has changed over the course of the season. Kill says his team has played with more confidence since the second half of a loss to Nebraska in October. Despite losing all but one game during the stretch, Kill says his team is tougher.
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Jerry Kills says the Gophers' football team has changed over the course of the season. Kill says his team has played with more confidence since the second half of a loss to Nebraska in October. Despite losing all but one game during the stretch, Kill says his team is tougher.

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