Gophers' WR Marcus Jones out for season

Gophers’ freshman wide receiver Marcus Jones is out for the season. Coach Jerry Kill says Jones has a torn ACL. Jones -- who also returns kicks -- injured his knee in practice before last week’s win over Iowa. His season highlight was a 92-yard kick return for a touchdown against Purdue.
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Gophers’ freshman wide receiver Marcus Jones is out for the season. Coach Jerry Kill says Jones has a torn ACL. Jones -- who also returns kicks -- injured his knee in practice before last week’s win over Iowa. His season highlight was a 92-yard kick return for a touchdown against Purdue.

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