Minnesota Golden Gophers Lincoln Tickets
The Minnesota Golden Gophers are the sports team that represent the University of Minnesota. They play in the Big Ten conference, where they have had considerable success, and are members of the West Division. Their football team was formed in 1882 and it has won seven national championships and eighteen conference titles. The Golden Gophers have also produced a Heisman trophy-winner as well as thirty-three consensus All-Americans. The team qualified for sixteen Bowl Games in total and has managed to win five of them. This season, the team is all prepared to add more wins to their records. Get Minnesota Golden Gophers Lincoln tickets and watch the thrilling game as the Gophers play against a strong team of the Big Ten Conference, the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
- Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers (WOMEN), Bob Devaney Center tickets for 10/23 07:00 PM at Bob Devaney Center, Lincoln, NE
- Fri Oct 23 2015
The Minnesota Golden Gophers played their first season in 1882 and are counted among the oldest football programs. They joined the Big Ten conference when it was conceived in 1896. They won eighteen Conference crowns. Head Coach Henry William brought in eight titles, while won seven titles. Bernie Bierman helped the team win five national titles as well, from 1934 - 1941. The Golden Gophers won three consecutive national titles from 1934 – 1936. This era is remembered as the Golden era in the Gophers history. Apart from Bierman’s five national titles, the Gophers have won two more national titles, which takes their tally of national titles to five. Get Minnesota Golden Gophers Lincoln tickets and watch the Golden Gophers put in their best effort for a win on the road, at the Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Lincoln County, located in Minnesota, is a quiet place with many lakes. On game day the place transforms into a lively place, with scores of people coming to watch the game.
Although the Golden Gophers have done remarkably well in the past, they won their last conference title in 1967 and haven’t won a national title in the past five decades. Fans have pinned their hopes of a conference crown on head coach Jerry Kill, who is in his fourth year with the team. A reassuring sign for the Gophers’ fans will be the result of the last encounter against the Cornhuskers. Minnesota defeated Nebraska at the TCF Bank Stadium. The question is, will the Golden Gopher’s repeat the feat again in Lincoln this time?