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Gray, Bennett led Gophers' rushing attack

The Golden Gophers football team finished the season strong behind an improved rushing attack led by MarQueis Gray and Duane Bennett. Gray led the team in rushing with 966-yards, and he'll be the key to the Gophers again next season.
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The Golden Gophers football team finished the season strong behind an improved rushing attack led by MarQueis Gray and Duane Bennett. Gray led the team in rushing with 966-yards, and he'll be the key to the Gophers again next season.

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