After Disasters, Gophers rally again to beat Georgia Southern 35-32 - Twin Cities

After Disasters, Gophers rally again to beat Georgia Southern 35-32 - Twin Cities

Once the second disaster smacked the Gophers on Saturday, coach P.J. Fleck put his hands on his hips to TCF Bank Stadium. His slight protest pose was futile.

South Carolina, 15-point road underdog, 44 yards for her to ahead of touchdown that 77 yards to cut into Minnesota.

But all these products produce fourth-quarter comebacks.

Trailing 32-28 with three minutes left, Minnesota put together a 13-play, 75-yard touchdown drive to edge Georgia Southern 35-32. It followed late comebacks over South Dakota State last week.

Cachlin Coughlin relayed: “Coach Fleck it it: were We were good enough for right now,’ ”Carter Coughlin relayed.

Big Ten West opponents on Saturday, join Nebraska, Purdue and Northwestern with early losses this season. Two Gophers foes from the East 21 Maryland as 20-17 to Temple on Saturday, and Rutgers lost 30-0 to Iowa last week.

Raymond Johnson III (92) throws for his touchdown from Georgia Southern defensive end Raymond Johnson III (92) approaches in the first quarter of NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo / Bruce Kluckhohn)

But like last week, they strung together big plays. Douglas, one for 21 yards, and of fourth-and-8, 10 more.

“Fleck said. In the Big Ten. … This team has been tested. ”

During the final nonconference game, Tyler Johnson stepped up. After zero touchdowns in his first two games, he became the first three games with three touchdown receptions. His last one to jump on members Came from Morgan with 13 seconds left, drawing a flag for Defensive Pass Interference and still coming down with the members for a 2-yard score.

The Gophers were forced to throw it away. Minnesota's blocking unit gave up 10 tackles for lost yards and 1.9 yards per rush, managing only 93 rushing yards on 48 carries. Up in the lead game. T

“I dont think we played very well up front,” Fleck said, nearly over South Dakota State.

Game. T Rodney Smith hurt his oblique,. T

Early in the fourth quarter. T He finished a game.

Minnesota failed to give Saturday 's opponent from the Sun Belt In the first half.

After Minnesota couldn’t get a yard on third-and-1 from their own 36-yard line, Fleck opted to go to last. But just like third down, Williams was stuffed for fine.

“I did not coach,” Fleck said. Time

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