Gophers standout safety Tyler Nubin participates on Senior Day


			Gophers standout safety Tyler Nubin participates on Senior Day
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The Gophers football program said midweek that 15 players would be honored for Senior Day, and come Saturday, an important 16th player joined in at Huntington Bank Stadium.

Safety Tyler Nubin, who has another year of eligibility remaining for 2023, was added to the group.

Gophers coach P.J. Fleck encourages players on the fence about their future to take part, even if they eventually come back.

With Nubin having a stellar fourth season and appearing to have a bright future in the NFL, his inclusion on Saturday might portend the end of his Gophers career.

Besides Nubin, the Gophers honored Mo Ibrahim, John Michael Schmitz, Tanner Morgan, Jordan Howden, Mariano Sori-Marin, Chuck Filliaga, Thomas Rush, Terell Smith, Axel Ruschmeyer, Matthew Trickett, Clay Geary, Josh Aune, Preston Jelen, Sam Pickerign and Austin Sullivan.


Saturday’s kickoff temperature was 17 degrees, which became the second-coldest temp for a collegiate game at Huntington Bank Stadium. With the wind, the “feels like temperature’ was around zero.

The coldest game remains the 15 degrees for the Ohio State game in 2014.

More Mo records

Ibrahim is breaking records every single week. On Saturday, he added two more.

In the first half Saturday, Ibrahim scored his 19th touchdown of the season, lifting him past Gary Russell for most rushing TDs in a season.

Ibrahim tallied his 24th 100-yard game, which set another program record. Darrell Thompson had 23.

In the fourth quarter, Ibrahim set the Huntington Bank Stadium record for rushing yards in a game.


The Gophers will play for Paul Bunyan’s Axe in Madison, Wis., next Saturday, and the Badgers will be without linebacker Nick Herbig, who was second in nation with 11 sacks. Herbig was flagged for targeting in the second half of the 15-14 win over Nebraska on Saturday and will be suspended for the first half at Camp Randall Stadium next weekend. … Linebacker Lucas Finnessy injured his right leg on a punt return and needed to be carted off the field. Linebacker Braelen Oliver also appeared to injure his arm. … Iowa’s No. 1 pass catcher, tight end Sam LaPorta, exited the game with an injury in the first half.

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