Gophers big man Mo Walker continues to rehab

Gophers basketball big man Mo Walker was off to a good start last year before tearing his posterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in December. He's been building strength through rehab and hopes to be on the court soon, although that may not happen until the Big Ten season begins.
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Gophers basketball big man Mo Walker was off to a good start last year before tearing his posterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in December. He's been building strength through rehab and hopes to be on the court soon, although that may not happen until the Big Ten season begins.

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