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Minnesotans in the NCAA Tournament

The Daily Gopher did a great job of finding Minnesota kids playing in the NCAA Tournament. Royce White at Iowa State, Jordan Taylor at Wisconsin and Nate Wolters at South Dakota State are all part of the 2012 "All-Left Us" team.
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The Daily Gopher did a great job of finding Minnesota kids playing in the NCAA Tournament. Royce White at Iowa State, Jordan Taylor at Wisconsin and Nate Wolters at South Dakota State are all part of the 2012 "All-Left Us" team.

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