Rand: Mason vs. Kill — making a jump in the third season

  • Updated: December 10, 2013 - 10:59 PM

Jerry Kill came to the Gophers football program with a reputation for building programs — and, in particular, making a big step in his third year at a school. That has been the case in 2013, with the Gophers jumping to eight victories and continuing a progression. That said, it’s also interesting to compare the progression of Kill with that of Glen Mason in his early years at Minnesota — specifically, how each coach fared in his third season at the helm. Mason was 3-9 in his first season (1997) and 5-6 in his second season. Kill was 3-9 in his first season (2011) and 6-7 in his second season.

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