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Gophers wide receivers have big day

Jerry Kill has been impressed with the wide receivers over the last two Gophers football spring practices. Devin Crawford-Tufts, Malcolm Moulton, A.j. Barker, Drew Goodger and John Rabe all made difficult catches during Tuesday's practice.
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Jerry Kill has been impressed with the wide receivers over the last two Gophers football spring practices. Devin Crawford-Tufts, Malcolm Moulton, A.j. Barker, Drew Goodger and John Rabe all made difficult catches during Tuesday's practice.

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