Key Minnesota OL reportedly enters transfer portal following bye week
Minnesota is 3-2 1-1 in B1G play to start the season. The Golden Gophers are coming off of their bye week and getting ready to welcome Nebraska to the twin cities.
Minnesota’s 3 wins are against Miami (OH), Colorado and Purdue. Its 2 losses are against No. 6 Ohio State and Bowling Green.
Minnesota had a player enter the transfer portal Tuesday morning OL Curtis Dunlap.
Source tells me that #Gophers offensive lineman Curtis Dunlap has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.
Dunlap has played in every game for Minnesota this season at guard.
— Ryan Burns (@RyanBurnsMN) October 12, 2021
Dunlap has played in all 5 games for the Gophers this season. He had played 21 games total starting in 15 in a Gopher uniform.
2018 4-star OL Curtis Dunlap has entered the transfer portal after playing in 21 games (15 starts) at Minnesota, including 5 this season; previously entered portal but then withdrew his name @rivalsmike @MinnesotaRivalshttps://t.co/Dw3PUuBJRl
— NCAA Transfer Portal (@RivalsPortal) October 12, 2021
That is now the 3rd key offensive player the Gophers have lost either due to an injury or the portal.
The Gophers have lost their top 2 RBs, Mohamed Ibrahim and Trey Potts, to season-ending injuries, and now Curtis Dunlap has entered the portal.
Minnesota plays host to Nebraska at noon ET on ESPN2.