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New Hampshire At Minnesota: Gophers Lead Wildcats After Three Quarters, 37-7

The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been the dominant team for most of the afternoon against the New Hampshire Wildcats, holding a 37-7 lead as we go to the fourth quarter of play at TCF Bank Stadium.

The Wildcats are driving, however, courtesy of a Minnesota miscue. After forcing a New Hampshire punt, Minnesota running back James Gillum fumbled on Minnesota's first offensive play, giving the Wildcats the ball at the Gophers' 44-yard line. New Hampshire has converted a couple of first downs behind backup quarterback Andy Valias, and now has a third-and-eight from the Minnesota 15-yard line as we move to the fourth quarter.

Be sure to keep it right here for all of your updates on this matchup as it winds down. We will also have a recap of the game posted for your viewing pleasure shortly after the game concludes.

We're moving into the fourth quarter of play in Minneapolis, and the Minnesota Golden Gophers are in control against the New Hampshire Wildcats, holding a 37-7 lead.

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