Walker brings Gophers much-needed size

  • Article by: Amelia Rayno , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 3, 2013 - 7:50 AM

The 6-10 backup center will be put to the test by two tall Seminoles.

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notsidDec. 3, 13 6:34 AM

I wish him well and hopefully he will not step on himself again by violating university policy. The kids have to understand that their time to play D-I ball is limited and they should be smart enough to understand the rules that taking advantage of the opportunity to do so requires.

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murphydogDec. 3, 13 6:36 AM

I hope that Mo can show some ability to help the team, but until he does, I can only think of the hype that Williams got during his time with the Goph's. We need results, not hype. Mo, please prove me wrong.

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BCanniffDec. 3, 1312:33 PM

He owes his teammates for costing them a possible win against Syracuse that would have avoided playing Arkansas. HIs first game back was almost a disaster.

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njfan08Dec. 3, 1312:46 PM

Personally I don't think Williams was hyped up and we did get results from him, especially the year Mbakwe was out. Rodney was most certainly under-coached and I wonder how well he would do with Coach Pitino. But I think Mo has a lot to bring to table. Lets remember he's hardly played for the Gophers due to injuries. I almost forget he was on team. And showing his drive by losing weight and working out I think he will be a force to reckon with. Go Gophers!

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dewarfDec. 3, 13 4:52 PM

Go Mo! Big test tonite as FSU has some real size inside. Elliot will need some help and I'm hoping Mo is ready to step up and provide it.

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money2Dec. 3, 13 5:56 PM

You know, it's wonderful that Sir Richard works so well with his players. If Tubby was still the coach he would have just played Mo without any punishment because he wanted to win games. But Sir Richard sent a message to his team and to the recruits he's going after. If they want to play for him and the Gophers they better obey the rules or you'll just sit. And congratulations to Mo for maning up and taking your punishment like a man. Way to go Sir Richard. You and Kill are going to show everyone that you can run a clean program and win with a clean program. Go Gophers!

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