Gophers' Gray named team MVP

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Quarterback-turned-receiver MarQueis Gray was named the Minnesota Gophers most valuable player for the 2012 season Sunday.

According to the Pioneer Press, Gray is the first Gopher to be MVP in consecutive years since running back Laurence Maroney did it after the 2004 and 2005 campaigns.

Gray also won the annual Paul Geil Award, which recognizes the most unselfish player on the squad.

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