MINNEAPOLIS — Kim Royston, Gary Tinsley and Jordan Wettstein respond to questions from the media following Saturday's game.
November 26, 2011
Kim Royston turned 24 in June, an age many people would love to relive. Around the Minnesota football program, though, he's the old guy. His younger teammates have mischievously reminded him of this.
August 30, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS — Starting safety Kim Royston answered questions about fall camp following Tuesday's scrimmage.
August 16, 2011
After a devastating injury in spring practice, senior safety Kim Royston battled all year to try to get back on the field. Unfortunately for the Minneapolis native, he never got to a point where he was healthy enough to see playing time. On Friday, Royston received word that he would be given a sixth year of eligibility after missing the Gophers' entire 2010 campaign.
January 22, 2011
Kim Royston, a backup free safety at Wisconsin, is transferring to Minnesota, according to sources close to the program. The former Cretin Derham Hall standout played two seasons for the Badgers as a backup defensive back. Royston will sit out the 2008 season and have two years of eligibility remaining. He will not be on scholarship with the Gophers, due to the Big Ten transfer rule.
Tuesday was an interesting day for the Wisconsin football team, as the Badgers add fullback Sam Spitz to their roster in the fall and grant the transfer request of defensive back Kim Royston.
Wisconsin football gets back on the winning track with a 44-3 victory, becoming bowl eligable for the 11th time in 12 seasons, and Nathaniel Greenbaum was there to document the beat down.
October 22, 2007
Quotes from Bret Bielema's discussion of video highlights of each prospect in Wisconsin's class
February 2, 2006