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Coleman & Ingram ready to help Gophers

Joe Coleman and Andre Ingram enter their first year at the University of Minnesota with high hopes of helping the Gophers basketball team. Coleman is a true freshman from Hopkins. Ingram, who played high school basketball in Minnesota, is a community college transfer.
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Joe Coleman and Andre Ingram enter their first year at the University of Minnesota with high hopes of helping the Gophers basketball team. Coleman is a true freshman from Hopkins. Ingram, who played high school basketball in Minnesota, is a community college transfer.

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