Gopher football team locked in to play Wisconsin |

Gopher football team locked in to play Wisconsin

KSTP Sports
Updated: November 23, 2021 03:39 PM
Created: November 23, 2021 03:39 PM

Minnesota Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan and defensive lineman Boye Mafe met with the media on Tuesday afternoon inside of Athletes Village on campus.


Morgan talked about the takeaways from the past two Wisconsin Badger games, how much it meant to him to receive the game ball from the team after defeating the Indiana Hoosiers, what the game plan was against Indiana, what he sees in Wisconsin's defense, if he thinks a quick passing game opens up the run game, and much more.

Mafe discussed what has helped the Gopher defense adjust after the opponent's first possession of the game, the main takeaways from beating Wisconsin in 2018, what he sees in Wisconsin freshman running back Braelon Allen, hoe he gets prepared for a game, if he feels this Wisconsin game will be his last career home game, if he plans on participating in Minnesota's Pro-Day, what he sees in Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz, and much more. 

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