The freshman from Latvia never lost consciousness and quickly reached his feet. Osenieks watched the rest of the game from the Minnesota bench.
"He's fine now, he had a dizzy spell," Smith said.
Minnesota had its second double-digit lead of the first half after a 13-2 spurt. Williams had two three-point plays and Coleman's jumper with 4:46 remaining capped the run and gave the Gophers a 26-15 lead.
After Reggie Johnson scored consecutive baskets and helped cut Minnesota's lead to 26-20, the Gophers outscored the Hurricanes 9-3 in the final 2:49 of the first half and led 35-23 at halftime.
Minnesota shot 14 of 23 from the field in the first half.
The Hurricanes rallied from a 12-0 deficit and scored 11 unanswered points during a 2:49 span early in the first half. Garrius Adams' steal and breakaway dunk with 10:54 ended the surge and got the Hurricanes to within 12-11.
The Gophers kept Miami scoreless for the first 6:15.
"I have no clue why we came out like that," Brown said. "I can't explain it."
Miami missed its first seven shots until Trey McKinney Jones' jumper with 13:45 ended the early scoring drought.