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Gophers come from behind, beat Indiana State 76-69

Minnesota rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to upend the Sycamores in the second-round of the Old Spice Classic. Guard Julian Welch scored a career high with 17-points.
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Minnesota rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to upend the Sycamores in the second-round of the Old Spice Classic. Guard Julian Welch scored a career high with 17-points.

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