MINNEAPOLIS — All year, the Gophers men's basketball team has talked about the importance of protecting its home court. Sunday, Minnesota needed a last-second 3-pointer by Austin Hollins to defend Williams Arena from the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes. Hollins hit the biggest shot of the game with 11.6 seconds to play and the Gophers held on for what proved to be an ugly 62-59 win. But after recently snapping its four-game losing streak, Minnesota is glad to now have a two-game winning streak, regardless of how ugly it might have been...
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