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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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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