The University of Minnesota athletic department launched Ski-U-Mah this week, the new official magazine of Gophers athletics. The magazine will be published bi-monthly and was developed exclusively for Minnesota stakeholders and fans. The 44-page magazine contains feature stories, photo galleries and exclusive content.

To see the first edition of the magazine, click here and follow the link near the bottom of the page.

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