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Gophers' MarQueis Gray welcomes twin boys

From the border battle to the diaper battle. Gophers' quarterback MarQueis Gray is a new dad. Before taking on Wisconsin Saturday, his girlfriend gave birth to their twin boys the night before. Little MarShawn and MarZell are both happy and healthy..and mom is OK. Gray turned 22 last week.
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From the border battle to the diaper battle. Gophers' quarterback MarQueis Gray is a new dad. Before taking on Wisconsin Saturday, his girlfriend gave birth to their twin boys the night before. Little MarShawn and MarZell are both happy and healthy..and mom is OK. Gray turned 22 last week.

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