Minneapolis, MN  --  The Golden Gopher football team will try to snap a two-game losing streak with a ballgame at Maryland this Saturday and it looks like a different quarterback will lead the team. 


The Minneapolis Startribune is reporting Mitch Leidner has been listed as "out" against the Terps.  Conor Rhoda, a former walk-on from Cretin-Derham Hall, is listed as the starting quarterback, with Demry Croft as the backup.

The report did not mention an injury.

Minnesota has dropped games at Penn State and at home to Iowa in the past two weeks to see its record dip to 3-and-2.

Maryland lost for the first time this season, falling at Penn State last week, 38-14.  The Gophers will hit the practice field later this afternoon on campus.

Saturday's kickoff is 11 A-M, our pre-game coverage begins at 10.

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