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Minnesota in big, big trouble at the half against Michigan

The Gophers gave up touchdown after unanswered touchdown as Michigan makes its case for keeping the Little Brown Jug in Ann Arbor even longer. Minnesota quarterback Marquies Gray skipped the game with an injured toe.
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The Gophers gave up touchdown after unanswered touchdown as Michigan makes its case for keeping the Little Brown Jug in Ann Arbor even longer. Minnesota quarterback Marquies Gray skipped the game with an injured toe.

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