Gophers freshman guard Joe Coleman won three straight state titles at Hopkins high school. The longest losing streak he endured in high school was two games. Needless to say, he's not used to the struggles the Gophers are experiencing right now.
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Tubby Smith says freshman guard Joe Coleman could start Sunday's game against Purdue. The Gophers are 0-3 in the Big Ten and in search of a spark. Smith says he will "probably be changing the lineup." He likes Coleman's physical style of play.
Coleman & Ingram ready to help Gophers
Joe Coleman and Andre Ingram enter their first year at the University of Minnesota with high hopes of helping the Gophers basketball team. Coleman is a true freshman from Hopkins. Ingram, who played high school basketball in Minnesota, is a community college transfer.
Tubby: Freshmen Hollins, Coleman may both start against Buckeyes
Gophers coach Tubby Smith says he might start freshmen Andre Hollins and Joe Coleman Tuesday against Ohio State. Hollins is coming off a 20-point performance in last week’s overtime loss to Wisconsin. Coleman has started the past eight games, but has cooled off after averaging 14 points in his first five starts.
Dungy doesn't want U of M AD job
When Joel Maturi retires from his post as athletics director at the U of M this summer, he won't be replaced by former Gophers football star Tony Dungy. The Super Bowl winning coach says he is "enjoying life" as an NFL analyst on NBC, and "he appreciates not being tied to a weekly schedule."
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