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Gray could start, Stoudermire out

Gophers quarterback MarQueis Gray missed Wednesday's practice with a toe injury, but he wasn't listed on Thursday's injury list. That means he'll likely start Saturday. Senior cornerback Troy Stoudermire will not play as he continues to heal a fractured forearm.
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Gophers quarterback MarQueis Gray missed Wednesday's practice with a toe injury, but he wasn't listed on Thursday's injury list. That means he'll likely start Saturday. Senior cornerback Troy Stoudermire will not play as he continues to heal a fractured forearm.

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Gray not on Gophers injury report

Junior QB MarQueis Gray is battling turf toe but is not listed on the Gophers injury report. That means he could play Saturday at Purdue. However, starting right tackle Jimmy Gjere will be held out with a concussion. Senior cornerback Troy Stoudermire will miss his second straight game because of a broken arm.

Toe injury could sideline Gray

University of Minnesota quarterback MarQueis Gray missed Wednesday's practice with a toe injury and he is questionable for Saturday's Big Ten opener at Michigan. If Gray isn't able to play, true freshman Max Shortell will start in his place.

Kill to start Shortell if Gray isn't healthy

Gophers football coach Jerry Kill says he expects freshman Max Shortell to be the starting quarterback for Saturday's game against the Purdue Boilermakers. Junior MarQueis Gray is still recovering from a toe injury, and won't get the start unless he's completely healthy.

Turf toe no longer hurting MarQueis Gray

Gophers quarterback MarQueis Gray is taking advantage of the bye week to fully heal his injured left big toe. The junior didn't start the last two games because of turf toe. Gray says he's feeling much better and will be ready to start next Saturday when Minnesota hosts Nebraska.

Kill: Gray likely to start against Nebraska

Gophers coach Jerry Kill says MarQueis Gray will likely start against Nebraska when the Gophers open the second half of their season a week from Saturday. Gray is trying to recover from a foot injury that he suffered during Minnesota's game on Sept. 24.

Opinion: Shortell should start over Gray

MarQueis Gray is only four games into his first full year as the starting quarterback of the Gophers, but inconsistent play has many wishing Minnesota would go with the true freshman Max Shortell as the starter.

Gray moving better, will test foot Thursday

MarQueis Gray is still recovering from turf toe but was moving around better during practice on Wednesday. Head coach Jerry Kill says Gray "has a lot better chance to play this week than last week." Freshman Max Shortell will start if Gray can't play.

MarQueis Gray playing with back pain

Gophers' quarterback MarQueis Gray played through a back injury in last Saturday's loss to Wisconsin. Gray took a helmet to the back two weeks ago against Michigan State, and has been playing through pain ever since.

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