The Gophers' offensive woes continued as they made just seven field goals in the second half and fell to Ohio State 70-59 at Williams Arena. The Gophers missed 22 straight three-pointers after making their first two shots from beyond the arc and shot only 29.2 percent from the field in the second half. With the loss, the Gophers fell to 10-16 overall and 2-12 in the Big Ten.
February 25, 2004
The Gophers got the elusive road win as they defeated Indiana 73-71 at Assembly Hall. Their last road win was nearly one year ago as they defeated Northwestern on February 19, 2003. Minnesota trailed by nine at the half, but finished the game with an 11-2 run in the last 3:32. Kris Humphries sealed the victory with two free throws with 17 seconds left. Humphries had a career-high 36 points and grabbed twelve rebounds. He scored 25 in the second half, including twelve of the team's last 15.
February 18, 2004
Minnesota led by eight points at halftime and held the lead until midway through the second half. However, they failed to make a field goal for the final 6:19 of the game as they fell to Michigan State 69-58 at the Breslin Center in East Lansing. The Golden Gophers slipped to 9-14 overall and 1-10 in Big Ten play.
February 14, 2004
The Minnesota Gopher basketball team's road woes continued as they fell to Wisconsin 80-66 in Madison as the Badgers extended a 26-game win streak at the Kohl Center and sent the Gophers to their seventh straight loss. The Gophers trailed 33-19, but went on a 20-3 run to gain the lead. However, sophomore Devin Harris showed why he is the leading candidate for Big Ten Player of the Year as he scored a career-high 38 points to pace the Badgers. Minnesota fell to 8-12 overall and 0-8 in conference
February 4, 2004