Gophers return a lot of talent at receiver, but must replace record-setting senior KJ Maye
A mixture of experience and youth should benefit Minnesota's passing game this season
The Gophers will bring back six wide receivers who lettered in 2013
2016 • JUNIOR SEASON: Did not see game action.
2015 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Did not see game action.
2014 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see game action.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lives in Minnesota, but attended Aquinas High School in Wisconsin • led the team to a 6-4 record as a senior • completed 108 of 225 passes for 1,950 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior • added 11 touchdowns and 860 yards rushing en route to being named the La Crosse Tribune Football Player of the Year • also had one receiving touchdown and returned one punt for a touchdown • junior season was shortened because of an injury, but he still threw for 850 yards and three touchdowns in five games • also rushed for 183 yards on 40 carries and caught five passes for 98 yards • 2012 All-State honoree • three-time All-Mississippi Valley Conference and All-City selection • helped basketball team to a 2011 state championship • coached by Dan Coughlin.
PERSONAL: Born Nov. 27, 1994 • son of Jeff and Julie Conway • has three siblings.
Carpenter, Richardson Recognized by AP
The Associated Press named its All-Big Ten on Monday with Emmit Carpenter earning first team honors and Steven Richardson being named second team.
Gophers Headed To Holiday Bowl
Minnesota will play Washington State in the 2016 National Funding Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27, in San Diego, Calif. The 6 p.m. CT game will be played at Qualcomm Stadium and broadcast on ESPN.
Carpenter Represents Gophers at B1G Championship
Emmit Carpenter represented the Minnesota Gophers at the Big Ten championship game as he was honored for winning Big Ten Kicker of the Year.