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big ten baseball tournament schedule and results


scheduleat bloomington, ind.wednesdayg1: gophers 5, indiana 4g2: northwestern 6, michigan 4g3: nebraska 15, purdue 9thursdayg4: iowa 9, maryland 8g5: indiana 5, michigan 4, 13 inn.g6: maryland 5, purdue 2fridayg7: northwestern 11, gophers 7g8: iowa 2, nebraska 0g9: gophers 9, indiana 8g10: maryland 8, nebraska 5saturdayg11: gophers 9, iowa 3g12: maryland 9, northwestern 5g13: iowa 7, gophers 5sundayg14: northwestern vs. maryland, 9 amg15: championship, 1 pm






gameday: gophers women's basketball finishes regular season at no. 2 maryland


11 a.m. at no. 2 maryland • btn, 1500-amterrapins have plenty on linepreview: the gophers (14-14, 5-10) are trying to avoid their first losing regular season since they went 14-16 in 2011-12. they already are locked into the no. 10 seed for the big ten tournament, which begins wednesday in indianapolis. maryland (26-2, 14-1) is tied for first place with ohio state going into the final day of the regular season. the buckeyes, who beat the terrapins on monday, play at rutgers at 2 p.m. maryland beat the gophers 83-72 on jan. 1 at williams arena.players to watch: maryland will honor seniors brionna jones (19.2 ppg, 10.6 rpg) and shatori walker-kimbrough (18.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg) before the game. as terrapins, they have won 119 games and lost just 16.numbers: maryland is 5-0 all-time (2-0 at home) v






gophers' turnaround season might end with second-place finish in big ten


the gophers men's basketball team can lock up a runner-up finish in the big ten and the no. 2 seed in next week's conference tournament with a victory sunday at wisconsin.purdue clinched the outright big ten regular-season title thursday night when wisconsin lost. the boilermakers are the top seed in the tournament in washington, d.c. but after that, nothing is settled.the gophers' eight-game win streak gives them a shot at a top-four big ten tournament seed — which comes with a double-bye — whether they win or lose sunday. the worst-case scenario for the gophers is that they are the no. 5 seed and open thursday against either the no. 12 or 13 seed. the best case: they get the no. 2 seed and don't have to play until friday. a breakdown:gophers are the no. 2 seed if: they win at wisconsin f






five reasons why gophers-maryland is a must-see showdown


the gophers-maryland big ten showdown is being billed as one of wednesday’s must-watch games.cbs sports college basketball insider jon rothstein included the game as one of his five games to watch. the gophers and terrapins made the cut with duke at syracuse, louisville at north carolina, butler at villanova, and tcu at kansas.here are five reasons why wednesday night’s game in college park is one you won’t want to miss. tip-off is 7:30 p.m. on the big ten network.--the gophers have the opportunity to climb into the top four of the big ten standings with a victory at no. 24 maryland. if the gophers can finish out the season in the top four, they would get a double bye in the conference tournament. northwestern lost to illinois 66-50 tuesday and holds a half-game lead over the gophers for f






mission to march: gophers make big statement with victory at maryland


college park, md. – maryland’s student section went quickly from standing and waving to frustration when gophers guard akeem springs opened the second half with back-to-back three-pointers wednesday night.the game started the same way for springs, who had 10 of his team’s first 12 points.much like their first four big ten road wins, the gophers jumped out to a hot start and silenced the opposing crowd.and they kept them quiet.the gophers likely sealed their first ncaa tournament bid since 2013 with a sixth straight victory and ninth big ten win this year wednesday in a 89-75 victory over no. 24 maryland at the xfinity center.“we’re a good team,” gophers coach richard pitino said. “it’s nice now we can put the tournament talk to bed. we had put that to bed, but people kept talking about it.






mission to march: gophers make big statement with victory at maryland


college park, md. – maryland’s student section went quickly from standing and waving to frustration when gophers guard akeem springs opened the second half with back-to-back three-pointers wednesday night.the game started the same way for springs, who had 10 of his team’s first 12 points.much like their first four big ten road wins, the gophers jumped out to a hot start and silenced the opposing crowd.and they kept them quiet.the gophers likely sealed their first ncaa tournament bid since 2013 with a sixth straight victory and ninth big ten win this year wednesday in a 89-75 triumph over no. 24 maryland at the xfinity center.“we’re a good team,” gophers coach richard pitino said. “it’s nice now we can put the tournament talk to bed. we had put that to bed, but people kept talking about it.






mission to march: gophers make big statement with victory at maryland


college park, md. – maryland’s student section went quickly from standing and waving to frustration when gophers guard akeem springs opened the second half with back-to-back three-pointers wednesday night.the game started the same way for springs, who had 10 of his team’s first 12 points.much like their first four big ten road wins, the gophers jumped out to a hot start and silenced the opposing crowd.and they kept them quiet.the gophers likely sealed their first ncaa tournament bid since 2013 with a sixth straight victory and ninth big ten win this year wednesday in a 89-75 triumph over no. 24 maryland at the xfinity center.“we’re a good team,” gophers coach richard pitino said. “it’s nice now we can put the tournament talk to bed. we had put that to bed, but people kept talking about it.






late interception seals 31-24 win for maryland over gophers


you can add another category to the list of firsts in p.j. fleck’s inaugural season as gophers football coach.his first loss.the gophers fell 31-24 to maryland on saturday afternoon in front of 43,511 at tcf bank stadium as mistakes piled up, injuries and absences took a toll and minnesota couldn’t get a defensive stop when needed.maryland’s ty johnson burst through the middle for a 34-yard touchdown run with 1 minute, 10 seconds left for the winning score in the big ten opener for both teams after the gophers had tied the score 24-24 with 3:54 to play.“we didn’t deserve to win the football game — simple,’’ fleck said. “when you look at why and how we win football games, that was flipped over on us today.’’that certainly was the case. video (05:11): gophers coach fleck talks about loss to






gophers' big ten opener at home vs. maryland scheduled for 11 a.m.


the 3-0 gophers take the field next on sept. 30, and they learned monday that kickoff in that big ten opener against maryland at tcf bank stadium will come at 11 a.m.the gophers have their only bye week of the season this week.minnesota will have four different start times in its first four games — ranging from 11 a.m. in this one, to 9 p.m. central in the team’s only road game so far, at oregon state.fox sports one will televise gophers-maryland.last season, the gophers first big ten home game was also an 11 a.m. start, an eventual 14-7 loss to iowa. of the gophers’ four big ten home games last season, two began at 11 a.m. and two at 2:30 p.m.after maryland, the start times for the remaining eight games are t.b.d., but fans at least have a general idea on the homecoming game: oct. 21 vs.






gophers women fall to hot-shooting maryland in big ten tournament


indianapolis – it was much closer this time.instead of losing to the nation’s fourth-ranked women’s basketball team by 33 points like they did five days ago, the gophers fell to maryland 92-80 on friday in the quarterfinals of the big ten tournament.the terrapins (28-2), seeded second, shot 52.2 percent from the field, and nearly an identical 52.4 percent on three-pointers. shatori walker-kimbrough scored 28 points, going 6-for-8 from behind the arc, to lead a finely tuned maryland attack. three other starters had 13, 14 and 15 points.“they have a number of people that can score from anywhere on the floor,” gophers coach marlene stollings said. “so you take away something, there’s another person there.“we were trying to get it to 10 in the second half, and every time that we would get on a






gophers women fall to hot-shooting maryland in big ten tournament


indianapolis – it was much closer this time.instead of losing to the nation's fourth-ranked women's basketball team by 33 points like they did five days ago, the gophers fell to maryland 92-80 on friday in the quarterfinals of the big ten tournament.the terrapins (28-2), seeded second, shot 52.2 percent from the field, and nearly an identical 52.4 percent on three-pointers. shatori walker-kimbrough scored 28 points, going 6-for-8 from behind the arc, to lead a finely tuned maryland attack. three other starters had 13, 14 and 15 points."they have a number of people that can score from anywhere on the floor," gophers coach marlene stollings said. "so you take away something, there's another person there."we were trying to get it to 10 in the second half, and every time that we would get on a






gophers women lose to maryland by 33 in final regular-season game


no. 2 ranked maryland easily defeated cold-shooting minnesota 93-60 in the big ten ‘s final regular season games for both teams sunday afternoon in college park. md.the gophers will finish the big ten season in the 10th place and play their first game in the conference tournament on thursday in indianapolis against the seventh-place finisher.carlie wagner, minnesota’s leading scorer with a 19.3 average entering the game, was held to only five points, all of them in the fourth quarter after the game was long decided. she missed all but two of her 13 shots from the field.shatori walker-kimbrough led maryland with 27 points and brionna jones added 24 points and 13 rebounds for maryland (15-1, 27-2).kenisha bell led the gophers (5-11, 14-15), who shot only 29.7 percent from the field, with 18






gophers 4-1-1: everything on saturday's gophers-maryland big ten opener


when connor mcdavid stepped on the ice for his first nhl training camp, taylor hall already knew hockey's "next one" was the best player out…






gophers can't let freshmen beat them again wednesday at maryland


four of the six gophers losses in the big ten this season have come against freshmen-laden teams michigan state, penn state and maryland.for michigan state, it was kevin ward and miles bridges that dominated in two wins. penn state’s mike watkins and tony carr made the plays in the end of a comeback victory against minnesota.but maryland’s justin jackson, kevin huerter and anthony cowan made the biggest impact of any group of freshmen against the gophers, combining for 55 points in the 85-78 win jan. 28 in minneapolis.jackson had 29 points and huerter had 19 points. they shot 10-for-12 from three-point range combined.limiting maryland’s freshmen won’t be easy wednesday night, but that could go a long way to giving the gophers a chance to pull off the upset against the no. 24 terrapins at x






gophers women lose to maryland by 33 in final regular-season game


college park, md. – first, there was the trophy presentation to maryland for finishing in first place in the big ten.then, seniors brionna jones and shatori walker-kimbrough had their jersey numbers lifted to the rafters of the arena in recognition of their outstanding play over the past four years.“to have all that happen on the same day, you couldn’t ask for a better way to end the regular season,” jones said after no. 2 maryland romped past the gophers 93-60 on sunday in the final regular-season finale for both teams.the gophers will finish the big ten season in the 10th place and play their first game in the conference tournament on thursday in indianapolis against seventh-seeded penn state.carlie wagner, the gophers’ leading scorer this season, was held to only five points, all of the






gophers 4-1-1: everything on saturday's gophers-maryland big ten opener


unseeded caroline garcia of france won her first title of the year on saturday, beating ashleigh barty 6-7 (3), 7-6 (4), 6-2 in the wuhan open final.






no. 4 maryland women beat minnesota to reach big ten semis


indianapolis — minnesota came into friday night's big ten tournament quarterfinal playing feisty and fast. the gophers, riding the momentum of a close win over penn state the day before, were determined to upset no. 4 maryland.but the terrapins had other plans, despite what coach brenda frese called a slow start.after trailing 4-0, the terps went on a 14-2 run and put it on cruise control from there. shatori walker-kimbrough made six 3-pointers and scored 28 points as maryland advanced to the semifinals with a 92-80 victory."i think minnesota came out and threw the first punch," walker-kimbrough said. "they came out, pushed the tempo, pushed the transition ... but i thought that we responded really well."maryland took a 27-14 lead into the second quarter and led by 14 at halftime. walker-k






gophers still not on ncaa tournament bubble after five straight losses


when richard pitino tries to talk his players off the ledge this week looking at a five-game losing streak, he'll likely bring up the fact that the gophers men's basketball team is still in good ncaa tournament contention.pitino wouldn't be lying, either.minnesota has the longest losing streak in the big ten and is 0-5 since being ranked in the top 25 earlier this month, but several ncaa tournament bracket projections still have the gophers as a 10th seed or higher.espn's joe lunardi listed the gophers as a no. 10 seed with his updated bracket monday. cbssports.com's jerry palm had the gophers as  no. 7 seed in his latest bracket projection this week. other bracket predictions at si.com and usa today sports have gophers as a no. 10 seed and no. 8 seed, respectively.lunardi and palm are the






gophers make big statement with convincing victory at maryland


college park, md - maryland’s student section went from standing and waving quickly to silence when gophers guard akeem springs opened the second half with back-to-back three-pointers wednesday night.it was the same way the game started for springs, who had 10 of his team’s first 12 points.much like there first four big ten road wins this season, the gophers jumped out with hot start to silence the opposing crowd. and they kept them quiet.the gophers likely sealed their first ncaa tournament bid since 2013 with a sixth straight victory and ninth big ten win this year wednesday in a 89-75 victory over no. 24 maryland at the xfnity center.springs, a senior captain, finished with 16 points on 4-for-7 shooting from three-point range for the gophers, who won win their fifth conference road game






gophers still in many ncaa tournament projections despite losing streak


when richard pitino tries to talk his players off the ledge this week looking at a five-game losing streak, he'll likely bring up the fact that the gophers men's basketball team is still in good ncaa tournament contention.pitino wouldn't be lying, either.minnesota has the longest losing streak in the big ten and is 0-5 since being ranked in the top 25 earlier this month, but several ncaa tournament bracket projections still have the gophers as a 10th seed or higher.espn's joe lunardi listed the gophers as a no. 10 seed with his updated bracket monday. cbssports.com's jerry palm had the gophers as  no. 7 seed in his latest bracket projection this week. other bracket predictions at si.com and usa today sports have gophers as a no. 10 seed and no. 8 seed, respectively.lunardi and palm are the






hot-shooting maryland breezes by gophers 77-66


college park, md - with seconds winding down in the first half thursday, maryland’s anthony cowan drove hard to the basket at nate mason, but he lost the ball out of bounds at the buzzer.what at first looked like a positive sequence going into halftime for the gophers eventually turned out to be concerning when mason walked gingerly off the court in pain grabbing his hip.the senior point guard had a history of hip problems and missed a game with an ankle injury this season.gophers coach richard pitino really couldn’t afford to lose any more key players already minus two starters, so he was glad to see mason return to play the rest of the game.mason and the gophers, though, didn’t have the same fight in the second half falling thursday night 77-66 against maryland in front of 13,736 at the






maryland 85, gophers 78


anthony souffle – star tribunegallery: minnesota golden gophers forward jordan murphy (3) hung his head for a moment after the minnesota golden gophers were unable to score during the second half.






maryland 77, gophers 66 - startribune.com


patrick semansky – associated pressgallery: minnesota forward gaston diedhiou (41) falls to the court as he tries to maintain possession during the first half of the team's ncaa college basketball game against maryland in college park, md., thursday, jan. 18, 2018.






gophers full of praise after upset at no. 24 maryland


sports414574263 gophers coach richard pitino, dupree mcbrayer and nate mason talk after their sixth straight win wednesday shareemailprintmoreshare on:share on linkedinshare on google+share on pinterestcopy shortlink:purchase:order reprint february 22, 2017 — 11:48pm






minnesota football fans: you're 'busy' (wink, wink) on this weekend ...


here’s the football weekend you can circle with a thick red marker on that giant minnesota sports calendar you have on the wall of your tv watchin’ den: sept. 30-oct. 1.we already know what’s going to happen leading up to that weekend. (that’s a lie, but hang with us a sec) …by that saturday morning, sept. 30, p.j. fleck will be yelling and screaming and rowin’ boats and, more importantly, his gophers will be 3-0 and feeling good about their start. it’ll go like this: crush buffalo at home in the opener, beat oregon state in overtime at their place, crush middle tennessee (revenge for that ncaa tourney beatdown!) at the bank. that’s 3-0, and even more fuel for fleck.the vikings will be 2-1, coming off a nice home victory over the up-and-coming buccaneers, knowing they need to put some ws o






guards lead gophers women over penn state at big ten tournament


indianapolis – carlie wagner scored 26 points while kenisha bell had 13, including a huge three-point play late in the fourth quarter, as the gophers beat penn state 70-64 on thursday night in a second-round game of the big ten women’s basketball tournament at bankers life fieldhouse.the win ended the gophers’ three-game losing streak and avenged a 77-66 road loss to the lady lions on feb. 8.the 10th-seeded gophers (15-15) will play second-seeded maryland (27-2), a team they lost to 93-60 on sunday, at 5:30 p.m. friday in the quarterfinals.“a very talented penn state team on a great run, great momentum coming into the tournament,” gophers coach marlene stollings said. “most proud of us forcing 18 turnovers [actually 16] and what we did with those turnovers.”the gophers scored 23 points off






gophers 89, maryland 75


patrick semansky – associated pressgallery: minnesota center reggie lynch, center, is pressured by maryland forwards ivan bender, left, and justin jackson durkng the first half of an ncaa college basketball game, wednesday, feb. 22, 2017, in college park, md.






u ousted from big ten baseball tourney with 13-inning loss to iowa


bloomington, ind. – tyler cropley’s home run in the top of the 13th inning drove in the go-ahead run for iowa in a 7-5 victory over the gophers in the big ten baseball tournament semifinals saturday.the victory put the hawkeyes (37-20) in sunday’s title game against maryland or northwestern while the loss eliminated minnesota (35-21), likely ending the gophers' season. it was the longest game in tournament history, going 4 hours, 57 minutes.it was cropley's second homer of the game. he has three homers in this tournament, nine this season.the gophers took a 4-1 lead after two innings on two sacrifice flies and rbi singles from jordan smith and luke pettersen, but the hawkeyes scored two runs in the third and two more in the fourth to take a 5-4 lead.minnesota scored a run in the sixth on p






gophers softball wins 22nd straight; baseball sweeps at penn state


the gophers softball team concluded its regular season with a 10-1 victory over penn state on sunday in state college, pa.the victory, the gophers’ 22nd in a row, wrapped up a three-game sweep of the nittany lions. the gophers (51-3, 22-1 big ten) outscored penn state 35-3 in the series, clincing the big ten title on saturday.“i was proud of our girls for coming out after an emotional game [saturday]. they scored first and we answered back, which is what you want to see,” gophers coach jessica allister said.rebecca ziegler led off the bottom of the first inning for penn state (22-32, 8-15) with a home run off gophers starter sara groenewegen. it was the only hit the nittany lions had in the five-inning game.allie arneson drove in three runs and dani wagner hit a two-run homer for the gophe






gophers slip to no. 9 in randy johnson's big ten power rankings


randy johnson ranks 'em:1. penn state (5-0, 2-0): so now saquon barkley is throwing touchdown passes, too? this might not be fair.2. michigan (4-0, 1-0): bye week came at good time for wolverines, who are host to rival spartans on saturday night.3. wisconsin (4-0, 1-0): badgers are the team to beat in the west, and they could cement that status at nebraska.4. ohio state (4-1, 2-0): maryland can score a bit, but buckeyes have more than enough weapons to offset that.5. michigan state (3-1, 1-0): coming off a solid win vs. iowa, spartans can show that they're back by winning at michigan.6. iowa (3-2, 0-2): after back-to-back tight losses to penn state and michigan state, hawkeyes should get well with visit from illinois.7. maryland (3-1, 1-0): as gophers found out, terps have playmakers who'l






lessons learned, but last home game for gophers women's basketball spoiled


given the youth of her team, gophers coach marlene stollings said she considers everything that happens in february — for good or bad — to be an important part of her team’s learning curve.“we want to win games, no question,’’ she said. “but the things we’re seeing this month, with the growth and where we’re headed, there are many positives for the future.’’some lessons, however, are more painful to absorb than others. thursday, in a 67-54 loss to purdue at williams arena, the gophers’ final regular-season home game was spoiled by poor second-half shooting and an inability to stop a late boilermakers surge. the gophers (14-14, 5-10 big ten) trailed by three at halftime but scored only nine fourth-quarter points as they lost their second consecutive game.carlie wagner led the gophers with 1






pitino in line for big bonus


richard pitino declared to his players after wednesday night's victory, "there is no more talk about the ncaa tournament. we're talking about seeds in the ncaa tournament."the gophers all but secured their spot on the march madness dance floor by upsetting no. 24 maryland 89-75 in college park, md. pitino's team moved into the top four in the big ten standings and into position for a double bye in the conference tournament.wednesday night's victory also all but guaranteed pitino a $50,000 bonus. his contract stipulates a $50,000 payment each year the gophers make the ncaa tournament.the incentives don't stop there.if the gophers finish with a winning record in the big ten regular season, pitino gets another $50,000.wait, there's more.add it all up and pitino is line for at least a $100,000






the call: gophers will beat maryland if ...


11 a.m., tcf bank stadium • tv: fox sports one • radio: 100.3-fmline: gophers by 13 • series: tied 1-1the opponentmaryland (2-1) turned heads with its 51-41 victory at texas to open the season, but coach d.j. durkin’s terrapins have endured mainly bad luck since. they lost starting qb tyrrell pigrome to a torn acl against the longhorns, then backup kasim hill tore an acl against central florida last week.player to watchterrapins receiver d.j. moore (pictured) leads the big ten in receiving yards (104.3) and receptions (7.3) per game and is tied for the lead with four td catches. against texas, moore caught seven passes for 133 yards and a td. receiver dj moore could hurt the gophers if he gets in space. (ap photo) gophers offense vs. terrapins defenseminnesota’s formula — run the ball, pop






pitino in victorious gophers locker room: 'let's keep this train moving'


while his father was forced to absorb a loss and a heated verbal exchange with an unruly fan on the road in the acc on wednesday night, richard pitino had a much more enjoyable evening in the big ten.big ten network cameras were in the gophers locker room as pitino addressed his team following wednesday night's victory at no. 24 maryland - a win that all but wraps up the gophers' spot in the big dance.in pitino's mind, it's no longer a question."we're talking about seeds in the ncaa tournament," pitino says.the 1-minute clip is here:meet minnesota's top-ranked men's college basketball team






gophers baseball likely needs to win big ten tourney to make ncaas


the gophers baseball team missed a chance to win the big ten regular-season title last weekend and probably needs to win the conference tournament this week in indiana to keep its ncaa tournament hopes alive.minnesota sat atop the big ten standings heading into last weekend's series against middling purdue. but the gophers went 1-2 and got overtaken by both nebraska and michigan.the gophers fell to no. 82 in the rpi rankings, so they'll have to regroup, looking for their first big ten tournament title since 2010.minnesota is the no. 3 seed for the eight-team, double-elimination big ten tournament and opens play against host indiana, the tournament's no. 6 seed, at 9 a.m. wednesday.here's what you should know as the gophers get the tournament started wednesday morning:big ten overviewbig te






gophers baseball likely needs to win big ten tourney to make ncaas


the gophers baseball team missed a chance to win the big ten regular-season title last weekend and probably needs to win the conference tournament this week in indiana to keep its ncaa tournament hopes alive.minnesota sat atop the big ten standings heading into last weekend’s series against middling purdue. but the gophers went 1-2 and got overtaken by both nebraska and michigan.the gophers fell to no. 82 in the rpi rankings, so they’ll have to regroup, looking for their first big ten tournament title since 2010.minnesota is the no. 3 seed for the eight-team, double-elimination big ten tournament and opens play against host indiana, the tournament’s no. 6 seed, at 9 a.m. wednesday.here’s what you should know as the gophers get the tournament started wednesday morning:big ten overviewbig te






gophers baseball likely needs to win big ten tourney to make ncaas


the gophers baseball team missed a chance to win the big ten regular-season title last weekend and probably needs to win the conference tournament this week in indiana to keep its ncaa tournament hopes alive.minnesota sat atop the big ten standings heading into last weekend’s series against middling purdue. but the gophers went 1-2 and got overtaken by both nebraska and michigan.the gophers fell to no. 82 in the rpi rankings, so they’ll have to regroup, looking for their first big ten tournament title since 2010.minnesota is the no. 3 seed for the eight-team, double-elimination big ten tournament and opens play against host indiana, the tournament’s no. 6 seed, at 9 a.m. wednesday.here’s what you should know as the gophers get the tournament started wednesday morning:big ten overviewbig te






replay: michigan state 30, gophers 27


gophers replay no. 21 michigan state 30, gophers 27the recapin a game that started 34 minutes late because of a lightning delay and one that featured rain throughout, the gophers fell to 3-3 overall and 0-3 in the big ten. michigan state (5-1, 3-0) built a 23-6 lead late in the third quarter only to see gophers backup quarterback demry croft throw three fourth-quarter touchdown passes to tyler johnson. the final one, with 1:06 left, pulled the gophers within three points, but michigan state recovered the ensuing onside kick and ended the game.croft, who was suspended for the middle tennessee and maryland games, took over in the second quarter after starting qb conor rhoda struggled, going 5-for-12 for 53 yards. croft went 11-for-20 for 163 yards and the three tds with one interception.you






postgame: gophers still have a shot to share the big ten title


it might sound crazy after what happened last season, but the gophers men's basketball team has a chance to share the big ten regular-season title. after saturday's 81-71 win against penn state, minnesota (22-7, 10-6) picked up its seventh straight victory to put itself at third place in the big ten standings. maryland lost its third straight game saturday against iowa to fall to 10-6. but the gophers earn the tiebreaker over the terrapins, because they defeated the top team in the conference in purdue.so what has to happen for richard pitino to capture the u’s first big ten title officially since 1982?basically, minnesota has to win the last two games to finish 12-6. and purdue and wisconsin need to end with that same conference record. that means the boilermakers (currently 12-4) need to






in kentucky, trump order ‘devastating’ to local refugees


closeskip in skipxembedxshare it appears donald trump is sticking with his promise of 'extreme vetting.' video provided by newsy newslookreem kabbani, left, spoke with kentucky refugee ministries case worker napoleon akayezu, right, while her son mohammed hadi haj omar gazed at balloons that were given to home. the family of syrian refugees arrived at louisville international airport as president donal trump was being sworn into office. jan. 20, 2017(p o: by pat mcdonogh, the cj)louisville, ky. — president trump on friday signed an executive order for “extreme vetting” measures aimed at temporarily halting the flow of refugees, a move that was met with dismay and anxiety in louisville’s large refugee community, whose growth stood to be sharply curtailed.it included a 120-day pause on all r