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Late INT helps Minnesota hang
on for 34-31 win over Purdue

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Posted By: voxpopuli, 11/21/2020 1:37:14 PM

Josh Aune's interception with 44 seconds left at the Minnesota 13-yard line after a disputed penalty on Purdue gave the beleaguered Gophers defense a big lift and preserved a 34-31 victory over the Boilermakers on Friday night. (snip) The Boilermakers got the ball back quickly after Seth Green, the wildcat quarterback for the Gophers

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reason for this posting is.. one more reason to boycott this trash they purport to call a team.. apparently the moron, seth green, is so STUPID that he spells his name on his jersey (WHICH IM PAYING FOR!) "END RACISM".. maybe the whole gang had that on their backs?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bad-hair 11/21/2020 1:56:38 PM (No. 612577)
Gophers??? Let me guess it's moron short hand for Gopher a touch down because there's no I in team coach. And the jersey is short hand for END RACISM by going out and throwing a stupid looking ball around.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: crashnburn 11/22/2020 12:06:23 AM (No. 612912)
Ask me if I care about college on NFL football. It's been almost dead to me since Kaepernick started kneeling, and the "woke" brothers finished it off for me this "season".
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