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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.
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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.

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