Stoudermire granted medical hardship

Gophers' senior defensive back Troy Stoudermire will return for another season at the University of Minnesota. He was granted a medical hardship waiver, gaining one more year of eligibility by the Big Ten Conference. Stoudermire missed the majority of last season with a broken arm.
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Gophers' senior defensive back Troy Stoudermire will return for another season at the University of Minnesota. He was granted a medical hardship waiver, gaining one more year of eligibility by the Big Ten Conference. Stoudermire missed the majority of last season with a broken arm.

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