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Kill: MarQueis Gray questionable for Badgers game

Gophers head football coach Jerry Kill says quarterback Marqueis Gray is back in a walking boot after suffering an injury in Saturday's loss to Northwestern. In his weekly news conference, Kill says Gray is "not at full speed" right now as the team prepares for the Wisconsin game.
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Gophers head football coach Jerry Kill says quarterback Marqueis Gray is back in a walking boot after suffering an injury in Saturday's loss to Northwestern. In his weekly news conference, Kill says Gray is "not at full speed" right now as the team prepares for the Wisconsin game.

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