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Murray Warmath was the head football coach at the University of Minnesota for 18 seasons from 1954 to 1971.[1] The team had a 87-78-7 overall record.[1] In the Big Ten they went 65-57-4 record and won two conference titles.[2] The 1960 team claimed the national title, the most recent for the Golden Gophers.[3] Eleven players were awarded All-American status.[4] Two of Minnesota's five Chicago Tribune Silver Football awards were given under Warmath.[5] Twenty-six players were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Eighteen players were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Five players were named Academic All-Americans.[6] Thirty-one players were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

1954Edit

1954 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 20
1954 record7-2 (4-2 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1953
1955 →
1954 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#1/2 Ohio State 7 0 0     10 0 0
#9/10 Wisconsin 5 2 0     7 2 0
#15/15 Michigan 5 2 0     6 3 0
#NR/20 Minnesota 4 2 0     7 2 0
Iowa 4 3 0     5 4 0
Purdue 3 3 0     5 3 1
Indiana 2 4 0     3 6 0
Michigan State 1 5 0     3 6 0
Northwestern 1 5 0     2 7 0
Illinois 0 6 0     1 8 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1954 season was the Golden Gophers' first under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won seven games and lost two.[7] Total attendance for the season was 347,555, which averaged to 57,925.[8] The season high for attendance was against Iowa.[8] The team finished the season ranked #20 by the UPI poll.[7][9]

Fullback Bob McNamara was named an All-American by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America and Look Magazine.[4] McNamara was also named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Fullback John Baumgartner was named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Bob McNamara was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/25/1954* Nebraska Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 19-7   53,027
10/02/1954* at Pittsburgh Pitt StadiumPittsburgh, PA W 46-7   33,369
10/09/1954 Northwestern #18 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 26-7   53,663
10/16/1954 Illinois #11 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 19-6   63,339
10/23/1954 at Michigan #8 Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 34-0   83,060
10/30/1954 Michigan State #8 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 19-13   63,360
11/06/1954 Oregon State #14 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 44-6   48,702
11/13/1954 Iowa #13 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 22-20   65,464
11/20/1954 at #17 Wisconsin #10 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 0-27   51,131
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1955Edit

1955 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1955 record3-6 (2-5 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1954
1956 →
1955 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#5/5 Ohio State 6 0 0     7 2 0
#2/2 Michigan State 5 1 0     9 1 0
#12/13 Michigan 5 2 0     7 2 0
Purdue 4 2 1     5 3 1
Illinois 3 3 1     5 3 1
Wisconsin 3 4 0     4 5 0
Iowa 2 3 1     3 5 1
Minnesota 2 5 0     3 6 0
Indiana 1 5 0     3 6 0
Northwestern 0 6 1     0 8 1
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1955 season was the Golden Gophers' second under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won three games and lost six.[7] Total attendance for the season was 305,581, which averaged to 61,116.[8] The season high for attendance was against Southern Cal.[8]

Full back Dick Borstad and running back Bob Hobart were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Quarterback Don Swanson was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/24/1955* Washington Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 30-0   56,989
10/01/1955 Purdue Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 7-6   59,019
10/08/1955 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL W 18-7   38,000
10/15/1955 at Illinois Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL L 21-13   45,995
10/22/1955 #1 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 14-13   63,530
10/29/1955* #10 Southern Cal Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 25-19   64,047
11/05/1955 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA L 26-0   52,459
11/12/1955 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI L 42-14   51,605
11/19/1955 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-6   61,996
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1956Edit

1956 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 9
APNo. 12
1956 record6-1-2 (4-1-2 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1955
1957 →
1956 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#3/3 Iowa 5 1 0     9 1 0
#7/7 Michigan 5 2 0     7 2 0
#12/9 Minnesota 4 1 2     6 1 2
#9/10 Michigan State 4 2 0     7 2 0
#15/NR Ohio State 4 2 0     6 3 0
Northwestern 3 3 1     4 4 1
Purdue 1 4 2     3 4 2
Illinois 1 4 2     2 5 2
Wisconsin 0 4 3     1 5 3
Indiana 1 5 0     3 6 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1956 season was the Golden Gophers' third under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won six games, lost one and tied two.[7] Total attendance for the season was 372,654, which averaged to 62,109.[8] The season high for attendance was against rival Iowa.[8] The team finished 12th in an AP poll and ninth in the UPI poll.[7][9][11]

Tackle Bob Hobart was named All-American by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America and Look Magazine.[4] Hobart was also named All-Big Ten first team, Academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten.[5][6] Offensive lineman Perry Gehring was named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Quarterback Bobby Cox was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/29/1956* at Washington Husky StadiumSeattle, WA W 34-14   41,000
10/06/1956 Purdue Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-14   58,660
10/13/1956 Northwestern #17 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN T 0-0   62,006
10/20/1956 Illinois Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 16-13   62,614
10/27/1956 at #5 Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI W 20-7   84,639
11/03/1956* Pittsburgh #8 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 9-6   63,158
11/10/1956 Iowa #6 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 7-0   64,235
11/17/1956 #3 Michigan State #17 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-13   61,981
11/24/1956 at Wisconsin #7 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI T 13-13   54,149
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1957Edit

1957 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1957 record4-5 (3-5 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1956
1958 →
1957 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/1 Ohio State 7 0 0     9 1 0
#3/3 Michigan State 5 1 0     8 1 0
#6/5 Iowa 4 1 1     7 1 1
#19/15 Wisconsin 4 3 0     6 3 0
Purdue 4 3 0     5 4 0
Michigan 3 3 1     5 3 1
Illinois 3 4 0     4 5 0
Minnesota 3 5 0     4 5 0
Indiana 0 6 0     1 8 0
Northwestern 0 7 0     0 9 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1957 season was the Golden Gophers' fourth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won four games and lost five.[7] Total attendance for the season was 314,769, which averaged to 62,953.[8] The season high for attendance was against Purdue.[8]

Fullback Dick Borstad, offensive lineman Perry Gehring and offensive lineman Mike Svendsen were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Quarterback Dick Larson was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/28/1957* Washington #6 Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 46-7   62,468
10/05/1957 Purdue #3 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-17   64,629
10/12/1957 at Northwestern #4 Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL W 41-6   38,000
10/19/1957 at Illinois #4 Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL L 34-13   69,619
10/26/1957 #20 Michigan #14 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 24-7   63,523
11/02/1957 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 34-0   62,258
11/09/1957 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA L 44-20   58,103
11/16/1957 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI L 42-13   65,718
11/23/1957 #18 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 14-6   61,891
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1958Edit

1958 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1958 record1-8 (1-6 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1957
1959 →
1958 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/2 Iowa 5 1 0     8 1 1
#7/6 Wisconsin 5 1 1     7 1 1
#8/7 Ohio State 4 1 2     6 1 2
#13/11 Purdue 3 1 2     6 1 2
Indiana 3 2 1     5 3 1
Illinois 4 3 0     4 5 0
Northwestern 3 4 0     5 4 0
Michigan 1 5 1     2 6 1
Minnesota 1 6 0     1 8 0
Michigan State 0 5 1     3 5 1
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1958 season was the Golden Gophers' fifth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won one game and lost eight.[7] Total attendance for the season was 288,817, which averaged to 57,763.[8] The season high for attendance was against Iowa.[8]

Center Mike Svendsen was named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Svendsen and Offensive lineman Perry Gehring were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Guard Everette Gerths was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/27/1958* at Washington Husky StadiumSeattle, WA L 24-21   38,000
10/04/1958* Pittsburgh Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 13-7   56,450
10/11/1958 Northwestern Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 7-3   56,061
10/18/1958 Illinois Memorial Stadium • MInneapolis, MN L 20-8   58,174
10/25/1958 at Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 20-19   72,981
11/01/1958 at Indiana Memorial StadiumBloomington, IN L 6-0   25,000
11/08/1958 Iowa Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 28-6   64,485
11/15/1958 Michigan State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 39-12   53,647
11/22/1958 at Wisconsin Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 27-12   54,517
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1959Edit

1959 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1959 record2-7 (1-6 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1958
1960 →
1959 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#6/6 Wisconsin 5 2 0     7 3 0
#NR/16 Michigan State 4 2 0     5 4 0
Purdue 4 2 1     5 2 2
#13/12 Illinois 4 2 1     5 3 1
Northwestern 4 3 0     6 3 0
Iowa 3 3 0     5 4 0
Michigan 3 4 0     4 5 0
Indiana 2 4 1     4 4 1
Ohio State 2 4 1     3 5 1
Minnesota 1 6 0     2 7 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1959 season was the Golden Gophers' sixth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won two games and lost seven.[7] Total attendance for the season was 263,983, which averaged to 52,796.[8] The season high for attendance was against Michigan.[8]

Tackle Mike Wright was named an Academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten.[6] Offensive lineman Jerome Shetler was also named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

End Tom Moe was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/26/1959* Nebraska Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 32-12   50,951
10/03/1959 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 24-14   52,927
10/10/1959 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL L 6-0   41,211
10/17/1959 at Illinois Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL L 14-6   57,485
10/24/1959 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 14-6   57,354
10/31/1959* Vanderbilt Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 20-6   49,284
11/07/1959 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA L 33-0   57,000
11/14/1959 at Purdue Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN L 29-23   34,655
11/21/1959 #9 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 11-7   53,467
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1960Edit

1960 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
National Champions</br>Co-Big Ten Champions
Rose Bowl, Lost, 7-17
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 1
APNo. 1
1960 record8-2 (6-1 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1959
1961 →
1960 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#1/1 Minnesota § 5 1 0     8 2 0
#3/2 Iowa § 5 1 0     8 1 0
#8/8 Ohio State 4 2 0     7 2 0
#15/11 Michigan State 3 2 0     6 2 1
Illinois 2 4 0     5 4 0
Michigan 2 4 0     5 4 0
Northwestern 2 4 0     5 4 0
#19/15 Purdue 2 4 0     4 4 1
Wisconsin 2 5 0     4 5 0
Indiana 0 0 0     1 8 0
§ – Conference co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1960 season was the Golden Gophers' seventh under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won eight games and lost two.[7] Total attendance for the season was 334,954, which averaged to 55,825.[8] The season high for attendance was against Illinois.[8] The Gophers won the sixth and most recent national title.[12] The team finished first in both the Associated Press (AP) and United Press International (UPI).[7][11][13] The voting was held prior to the Rose Bowl.[14]

Guard Tom Brown was named an All-American by the AP, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Coach & Athlete Magazine, The Sporting News, Newspaper Enterprise Association, UPI, American Football Coaches Association, Look Magazine, New York News, ABC-TV and Football Writers Association of America.[4] Brown also awarded the Chicago Tribune Silver Football, given to the Big Ten most valuable player.[5] Brown, end Tom Hall and center Greg Larson were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Brown was awarded the Outland Trophy and finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting.[6] Tackle Frank Brixius was named an Academic All-American and Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Tom Brown was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/24/1960* at #12 Nebraska Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE W 26-14   38,000
10/01/1960 Indiana #18 Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 42-0   53,725
10/08/1960 Northwestern #14 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 7-0   57,096
10/15/1960 Illinois #10 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-10   63,641
10/22/1960 at Michigan #6 Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI W 10-0   69,352
10/29/1960* Kansas State #6 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 48-7   43,568
11/05/1960 #1 Iowa #3 Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 27-10   65,610
11/12/1960 Purdue #1 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 23-14   61,348
11/19/1960 Wisconsin #4 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 26-7   55,576
01/02/1961* vs. #6 Washington #1 Rose BowlPasadena, CA L 17-7   97,314
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1961Edit

1961 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
Rose Bowl, Won, 21-3
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 6
APNo. 6
1961 record8-2 (6-1 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1960
1962 →
1961 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/2 Ohio State 6 0 0     8 0 1
#6/6 Minnesota 6 1 0     8 2 0
#8/9 Michigan State 5 2 0     7 2 0
#12/11 Purdue 4 2 0     6 3 0
#NR/18 Wisconsin 4 3 0     6 3 0
Michigan 3 3 0     6 3 0
Iowa 2 4 0     5 4 0
Northwestern 2 4 0     4 5 0
Indiana 0 6 0     2 7 0
Illinois 0 7 0     0 9 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1961 season was the Golden Gophers' eighth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won eight games and lost two.[7] Total attendance for the season was 366,491, which averaged to 61,081.[8] The season high for attendance was against Purdue.[8] The team finished sixth in both the Associated Press (AP) and United Press International (UPI).[7][11][13]

Quarterback Sandy Stephens was named an All-American by the AP, Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Sporting News, UPI, American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).[4] Tackle Bobby Bell was named an All-American by the AP, Look Magazine, FWAA and AFCA.[4] Stephens also awarded the Chicago Tribune Silver Football, given to the Big Ten's most valuable player.[5] Bell was named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Stephens finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting.[6] Fullback Judge Dickson and offensive lineman Jim Wheeler were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6] Stephens was named the Rose Bowl MVP.[15]

Sandy Stephens was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/30/1961* Missouri Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 6-0   58,840
10/07/1961* Oregon Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-7   50,499
10/14/1961 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL W 10-3   41,251
10/21/1961 at Illinois Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL W 33-0   52,247
10/28/1961 Michigan #6 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 23-20   63,898
11/04/1961 #1 Michigan State #5 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 13-0   59,941
11/11/1961 at Iowa #5 Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA W 16-9   60,100
11/18/1961 Purdue #5 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 10-7   67,081
11/25/1961 Wisconsin #3 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 23-21   66,232
01/01/1962* vs. UCLA #6 Rose BowlPasadena, CA W 21-3   98,214
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1962Edit

1962 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 10
APNo. 10
1962 record6-2-1 (5-2 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1961
1963 →
1962 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/2 Wisconsin 6 1 0     8 2 0
#10/10 Minnesota 5 2 0     6 2 1
#NR/16 Northwestern 4 2 0     7 2 0
#NR/13 Ohio State 4 2 0     6 3 0
Michigan State 3 3 0     5 4 0
Purdue 3 3 0     4 4 1
Iowa 3 3 0     4 5 0
Illinois 2 5 0     2 7 0
Indiana 1 5 0     3 6 0
Michigan 1 6 0     2 7 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1962 season was the Golden Gophers' ninth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won six games, lost two and tied one.[7] Total attendance for the season was 377,744, which averaged to 62,957.[8] The season high for attendance was against Purdue.[8] The team finished tenth in both the Associated Press and United Press International.[7][11][13]

Tackle Bobby Bell, guard Julian Hook and end John Campbell were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Tackle Carl Eller and defensive end Bob Prawdzik were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Bell was award the Outland Trophy.[6]

Bobby Bell was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/29/1962* Missouri Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN T 0-0   60,133
10/06/1962* Navy Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-0   64,364
10/13/1962 Northwestern Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 34-22   61,652
10/20/1962 Illinois Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 17-0   59,427
10/27/1962 at Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI W 17-0   65,484
11/03/1962 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI W 28-7   64,783
11/10/1962 Iowa #10 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 10-0   65,087
11/17/1962 Purdue #8 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 7-6   67,081
11/24/1962 at #3 Wisconsin #5 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 14-9   65,541
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1963Edit

1963 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1963 record3-6 (2-5 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1962
1964 →
1963 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#3/4 Illinois 5 1 1     8 1 1
#10/10 Michigan State 4 1 1     6 2 1
Ohio State 4 1 1     5 3 1
Purdue 4 3 0     5 4 0
Northwestern 3 4 0     5 4 0
Wisconsin 3 4 0     5 4 0
Michigan 2 3 2     3 4 2
Iowa 2 3 1     3 3 2
Minnesota 2 5 0     3 6 0
Indiana 1 5 0     3 6 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1963 season was the Golden Gophers' tenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won three games and lost six.[7] Total attendance for the season was 286,797, which averaged to 57,759.[8] The season high for attendance was against Michigan.[8]

Tackle Carl Eller was named an All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, United Press International, Associated Press, TV Guide, Look Magazine, The Sporting News, CBS-TV, Time Magazine, New York News, American Football Coaches Association and Football Writers Association of America.[4] Eller was also named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Center Frank Marchiewski was named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Offensive lineman Milt Sunde was named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Carl Eller was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/28/1963* Nebraska Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 14-7   61,140
10/05/1963* Army Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 24-8   60,264
10/12/1963 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL L 15-8   45,763
10/19/1963 at Illinois Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL L 16-6   61,229
10/26/1963 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 6-0   62,107
11/02/1963 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 24-6   51,657
11/09/1963 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA L 27-13   59,300
11/16/1963 at Purdue Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN L 13-11   38,924
11/28/1963 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-0   55,271
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1964Edit

1964 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1964 record5-4 (4-3 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1963
1965 →
1964 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#4/4 Michigan 6 1 0     9 1 0
#9/9 Ohio State 5 1 0     7 2 0
Purdue 5 2 0     6 3 0
#NR/16 Illinois 4 3 0     6 3 0
Minnesota 4 3 0     5 4 0
#NR/20 Michigan State 3 3 0     4 5 0
Northwestern 2 5 0     3 6 0
Wisconsin 2 5 0     3 6 0
Iowa 1 5 0     3 6 0
Indiana 1 5 0     2 7 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1964 season was the Golden Gophers' eleventh under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won five games and lost four.[7] Total attendance for the season was 268,908, which averaged to 53,782.[8] The season high for attendance was against Iowa.[8]

Back Kraig Lofquist and end Aaron Brown were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Center Joe Pung and fullback Mike Reid were named All-Big Ten second team.[5]

Joe Pung was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/26/1964* Nebraska Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 26-21   49,769
10/03/1964* at California California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA W 26-20   53,000
10/10/1964 Northwestern Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-18   53,257
10/17/1964 Illinois Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 21-18   53,257
10/24/1964 at Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 19-12   61,859
10/31/1964 at Indiana Memorial StadiumBloomington, IN W 21-0   33,245
11/07/1964 Iowa Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-13   64,301
11/14/1964 Purdue Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-7   49,867
11/21/1964 at Wisconsin Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 14-7   61,306
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1965Edit

1965 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1965 record5-4-1 (5-2 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1964
1966 →
1965 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/1 Michigan State 7 0 0     10 1 0
#NR/11 Ohio State 6 1 0     7 2 0
#NR/13 Purdue 5 2 0     7 2 1
Minnesota 5 2 0     5 4 1
Illinois 4 3 0     6 4 0
Northwestern 3 4 0     4 6 0
Michigan 2 5 0     4 6 0
Wisconsin 2 5 0     2 7 1
Indiana 1 6 0     2 8 0
Iowa 0 7 0     1 9 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1965 season was the Golden Gophers' twelfth under head coach Murray Warmath.[7] The Golden Gophers won five games, lost four and tied one.[7] Total attendance for the season was 302,747, which averaged to 50,458.[8] The season high for attendance was against Michigan.[8]

End Aaron Brown was named an All-American by the Associated Press, Look Magazine, United Press International, Collier's/Grantland Rice and Football Writers Association of America.[4] Brown was also named All-Big Ten first team.[5]

Quarterback John Hankinson was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/17/1965* at Southern Cal Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA T 20-20   58,497
09/25/1965* Washington Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 14-13   46,917
10/02/1965* Missouri Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 17-6   49,889
10/09/1965 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 42-18   46,010
10/16/1965 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA W 14-3   59,200
10/23/1965 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 14-13   58,519
10/30/1965 at Ohio State Ohio StadiumColumbus, OH L 11-10   84,359
11/06/1965 Northwestern Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 27-22   50,565
11/13/1965 at Purdue Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN L 35-0   45,587
11/20/1965 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 42-7   50,847
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


Game notesEdit

MichiganEdit

by Quarter1234 Total
Michigan 7 0 0 6 13
Minnesota 0 0 7 7 14


1966Edit

1966 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1966 record4-5-1 (3-3-1 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1965
1967 →
1966 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/2 Michigan State 7 0 0     9 0 1
#7/6 Purdue 6 1 0     9 2 0
Michigan 4 3 0     6 4 0
Illinois 4 3 0     4 6 0
Minnesota 3 3 1     4 5 1
Ohio State 3 4 0     4 5 0
Northwestern 2 4 1     3 6 1
Wisconsin 2 4 1     3 6 1
Indiana 1 5 1     1 8 1
Iowa 1 6 0     2 8 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1966 season was the Golden Gophers' thirteenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won four games, lost five and tied one.[16] Total attendance for the season was 248,248, which averaged to 49,600.[8] The season high for attendance was against Iowa.[8]

Defensive lineman Ron Kamzelski and defensive lineman Bob Stein were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Linebacker Tim Wheeler was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/17/1966* at Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, MO L 24-0   48,500
09/24/1966* Stanford Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 35-21   43,351
10/01/1966* Kansas Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 16-14   43,579
10/08/1966 at Indiana Memorial StadiumBloomington, IN T 7-7   34,721
10/15/1966 Iowa Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 17-0   62,631
10/22/1966 at Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 49-0   71,749
10/29/1966 Ohio State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 17-7   49,489
11/05/1966 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL W 28-13   35,549
11/12/1966 Purdue Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 16-0   49,085
11/19/1966 at Wisconsin Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 7-6   45,372
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1967Edit

1967 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
Co-Big Ten Champions
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 14
1967 record8-2 (6-1 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1966
1968 →
1967 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#4/6 Indiana § 6 1 0     9 2 0
#NR/18 Minnesota § 6 1 0     8 2 0
#9/9 Purdue § 6 1 0     8 2 0
Ohio State 5 2 0     6 3 0
Illinois 3 4 0     4 6 0
Michigan 3 4 0     4 6 0
Michigan State 3 4 0     3 7 0
Northwestern 2 5 0     3 7 0
Iowa 0 6 1     1 8 1
Wisconsin 0 6 1     0 9 1
§ – Conference co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1967 season was the Golden Gophers' fourteenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won eight games and lost two.[16] Total attendance for the season was 237,798, which averaged to 39,633.[8] The season high for attendance was against Michigan State.[8] The Gophers shared the Big Ten title, the most recent title for the University of Minnesota football team.[16]

End Bob Stein was named an All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, United Press International and Football Writers Association of America.[4] Tackle John Williams, end Bob Stein, tackle McKinley Boston and back Tom Sakal were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Tight end Charles Sanders and offensive guard Ed Duren were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Offensive lineman Ezell Jones, defensive lineman Ron Kamzelski, defensive lineman Dave Nixon and defensive lineman Bob Stein were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Tom Sakal was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/23/1967* Utah Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 13-12   43,105
09/30/1967* at #7 Nebraska Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE L 7-0   65,347
10/07/1967* SMU Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 23-3   41,528
10/14/1967 at Illinois Memorial StadiumChampaign, IL W 10-7   56,103
10/21/1967 Michigan State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-0   56,334
10/28/1967 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 20-15   49,809
11/04/1967 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA W 10-0   54,731
11/11/1967 at Purdue Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN L 41-12   55,647
11/18/1967 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 33-7   50,013
11/25/1967 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 21-14   47,009
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1968Edit

1968 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1968 record6-4 (5-2 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1967
1969 →
1968 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#1/1 Ohio State 7 0 0     10 0 0
#12/15 Michigan 6 1 0     8 2 0
#10/11 Purdue 5 2 0     8 2 0
#NR/18 Minnesota 5 2 0     6 4 0
Indiana 4 3 0     6 4 0
Iowa 4 3 0     5 5 0
Michigan State 2 5 0     5 5 0
Illinois 1 6 0     1 9 0
Northwestern 1 6 0     1 9 0
Wisconsin 0 7 0     0 10 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1968 season was the Golden Gophers' fifteenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won six games and lost four.[16] Total attendance for the season was 312,806, which averaged to 52,134.[8] The season high for attendance was against Southern Cal.[8]

End Bob Stein was named an All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, United Press International and Football Writers Association of America.[4] Stein, guard Dick Enderle and guard Noel Jenke were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Tackle Ezell Jones, defensive tackle Ron Kamzelski, tackle Ray Parson and safety Doug Roalstad were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Stein was named an Academic All-American.[6] Stein, linebacker Noel Jenke, linebacker Wayne King and halfback Barry Mayer were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Wayne King was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/21/1968* Southern Cal #16 Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN L 29-20   60,820
09/28/1968* #9 Nebraska #17 Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 17-14   55,362
10/05/1968* Wake Forest Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 24-19   39,277
10/12/1968 Illinois Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 17-10   49,864
10/19/1968 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI W 14-13   74,321
10/26/1968 at #12 Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 33-20   69,384
11/02/1968 Iowa Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 35-28   57,703
11/09/1968 Purdue Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 27-13   49,780
11/16/1968 at Indiana Memorial StadiumBloomington, IN W 20-6   49,234
11/23/1968 at Wisconsin Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI W 23-15   39,214
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1969Edit

1969 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1969 record4-5-1 (4-3 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1968
1970 →
1969 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#4/5 Ohio State § 6 1 0     8 1 0
#9/8 Michigan § 6 1 0     8 3 0
#18/18 Purdue 5 2 0     8 2 0
Minnesota 4 3 0     4 5 1
Iowa 3 4 0     5 5 0
Indiana 3 4 0     4 6 0
Northwestern 3 4 0     3 7 0
Wisconsin 3 4 0     3 7 0
Michigan State 2 5 0     4 6 0
[[{{{school}}}|Illinois]] 0 7 0     0 10 0
§ – Conference co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1969 season was the Golden Gophers' sixteenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won four games, lost five and tied one.[16] Total attendance for the season was 272,449, which averaged to 45,417.[8] The season high for attendance was against Ohio State.[8]

End Ray Parson was named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Linebacker Noel Jenke, halfback Barry Mayer and defensive lineman Leon Trawick were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Ray Parson was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

The team included Richard Fliehr as an offensive linemean. Fliehr is better known as professional wrestler Ric Flair.

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/20/1969* at Arizona State #19 Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ L 48-26   50,202
09/27/1969* Ohio Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN T 35-35   41,235
10/04/1969* at Nebraska Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE L 42-14   52,136
10/11/1969 at Indiana Memorial StadiumBloomington, IN L 17-7   52,804
10/18/1969 #1 Ohio State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 34-7   53,106
10/25/1969 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 35-9   44,028
11/01/1969 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA W 35-8   56,143
11/08/1969 Northwestern Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 28-21   41,576
11/15/1969 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI W 14-10   60,011
11/22/1969 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 35-10   40,458
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1970Edit

1970 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1970 record3-6-1 (2-4-1 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1969
1971 →
1970 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#5/2 Ohio State 7 0 0     9 1 0
#9/7 Michigan 6 1 0     9 1 0
[[{{{school}}}|Northwestern]] 6 1 0     6 4 0
[[{{{school}}}|Iowa]] 3 3 1     3 6 1
Wisconsin 3 4 0     4 5 1
[[{{{school}}}|Michigan State]] 3 4 0     4 6 0
Minnesota 2 4 1     3 6 1
Purdue 2 5 0     4 6 0
[[{{{school}}}|Illinois]] 1 6 0     3 7 0
[[{{{school}}}|Indiana]] 1 6 0     1 9 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1970 season was the Golden Gophers' seventeenth under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won three games, lost six and tied one.[16] Total attendance for the season was 225,468, which averaged to 45,093.[8] The season high for attendance was against Nebraska.[8]

Linebacker Bill Light and defensive back Jeff Wright were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Offensive tackle Alvin Hawes, running back Barry Mayer and safety Walt Bowser were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Mayer was named an Academic All-American.[6] Mayer was also named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Jeff Wright was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/19/1970* at Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, MO L 34-12   57,200
09/26/1970* Ohio Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 49-7   39,593
10/03/1970* #6 Nebraska Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 35-10   52,287
10/10/1970 Indiana Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 23-0   40,220
10/17/1970 at #1 Ohio State Ohio StadiumColumbus, OH L 28-8   86,667
10/24/1970 at #5 Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI L 39-13   83,496
10/31/1970 Iowa Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN T 14-14   51,345
11/07/1970 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL L 28-14   33,437
11/14/1970 Michigan State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 23-13   42,834
11/21/1970 at Wisconsin Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI L 39-14   50,167
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


1971Edit

1971 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1971 record4-7 (3-5 Big Ten)
Head coachMurray Warmath
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1970
1972 →
1971 Big Ten football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#6/4 Michigan 8 0 0     11 1 0
[[{{{school}}}|Northwestern]] 6 3 0     7 4 0
Ohio State 5 3 0     6 4 0
[[{{{school}}}|Michigan State]] 5 3 0     6 5 0
[[{{{school}}}|Illinois]] 5 3 0     5 6 0
Wisconsin 3 5 0     4 6 1
Minnesota 3 5 0     4 7 0
Purdue 3 5 0     3 7 0
[[{{{school}}}|Indiana]] 2 6 0     3 8 0
[[{{{school}}}|Iowa]] 1 8 0     1 10 0
† – Conference champion
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll


The 1971 season was the Golden Gophers' eighteenth and final season under head coach Murray Warmath.[16] The Golden Gophers won four games and lost seven.[16] Total attendance for the season was 207,662, which averaged to 34,610.[8] The season high for attendance was against Michigan.[8]

End Doug Kingsriter was named an All-American by the Associated Press and Bob Hope.[4] Kingsriter and linebacker Bill Light were named All-Big Ten first team.[5] Quarterback Craig Curry, fullback Ernie Cook and offensive tackle Jack Babcock were named All-Big Ten second team.[5] Offensive lineman Bart Buetow and linebacker Ron King were named Academic All-Big Ten.[6]

Defensive end Tom Chandler was awarded the Team MVP Award.[10]

ScheduleEdit

Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
09/11/1971 Indiana Memorial StadiumMinneapolis, MN W 28-0   28,549
09/18/1971* at Nebraska Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE L 35-7   68,187
09/25/1971* Washington State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 31-20   32,020
10/02/1971* Kansas Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 38-20   30,090
10/09/1971 at Purdue Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN L 27-13   64,281
10/16/1971 at Iowa Iowa StadiumIowa City, IA W 19-14   51,488
10/23/1971 #4 Michigan Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 35-7   44,176
10/30/1971 #10 Ohio State Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN L 14-12   36,281
11/06/1971 at Northwestern Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL L 41-20   31,217
11/13/1971 at Michigan State Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI L 40-25   61,419
11/20/1971 Wisconsin Memorial Stadium • Minneapolis, MN W 23-21   34,738
*Non-Conference Game. Homecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.


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