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Mike Sanford will not return as the offensive coordinator at Minnesota

Less than 48 hours after winning at home against No. 14, the Gophers have decided to make a chance at offensive coordinator. As first reported by FootballScoop, I can confirm that PJ Fleck and Minnesota will be going in a different direction at offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach effective immediately, as Mike Sanford Jr. will not return, per sources.
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B1G Coaching Carousel 2021 - Part 2: Mike Sanford out as Minnesota OC

Previously in the B1G coaching carousel offseason, we saw Indiana start over at offensive coordinator. Today brings news that the Minnesota Gophers will also be featuring a new offense in 2022 as Mike Sanford Jr. is not being retaining for next year. Sanford’s contract was set to expire some time in January so the buyout money being paid here is negligible.
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Sources: Minnesota going in different direction at offensive coordinator

Mike Sanford will not return as Minnesota's offensive coordinator, sources told FootballScoop on Monday. Fleck desired a different direction for the position, sources said. Sanford had been the Golden Gophers' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the past two seasons. This year saw the Gophers average 26 points per game and 5.44 yards per play, and did so despite a rash of injuries at skill positions.
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Two Minnesota community colleges will bring meat-cutting back to the classroom

With a generation of butchers retiring, meat-processing options are dwindling for farmers and consumers. But two Minnesota community colleges are putting the craft of meat-cutting back in the curriculum. Central Lakes College in Brainerd and Ridgewater College in Willmar are starting meat-cutting programs next fall. Both schools are offering a...
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4,511 New COVID-19 Cases, 44 Deaths Reported Monday in MN

The state today reported 44 new COVID-19 related deaths along with 4,511 new coronavirus cases. There were six deaths in the Lakeland viewing area:. One person from Cass County between the ages of 65 and 69. One person from Hubbard County between the ages of 55 and 59. One person...
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True or False: You Can Get a Ticket for Honking the Horn in Minnesota?

We've all tooted our own horn from time to time, but are there instances in Minnesota where doing that is against the law?. Yesterday afternoon I pulled up to Coborn's on Cooper in St. Cloud just as one of my co-workers was walking along the sidewalk in front of my car. What did I do? I honked my horn to scare the crap out of him of course. Turns out, that may be against the law in Minnesota.
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'Numerous' reports of people falling through ice, with conditions still unpredictable in Minnesota

Over-eager anglers are already venturing out on to the ice — a decision that's a bit premature in many areas of the state. The weekly conservation officer report from the Minnesota DNR is littered with warnings about thin or questionable ice, with CO Nicholas Prachar noting they've heard "numerous" reports of people falling through ice on lakes in the Blackduck area.
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