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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Stoudermire granted fifth year at U
Troy Stoudermire will be playing for a fifth year at the University of Minnesota beginning next fall. The defensive back missed the majority of his senior season with a broken arm, but he's been granted a medical hardship waiver, allowing him to play another year.
Medical examiner: enlarged heart caused Gophers' Tinsley to die of natural causes
22-year-old U of M football star Gary Tinsley was found dead in his dorm this month. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner reports he died of natural causes brought on by an enlarged heart. Tinsley was on track to earn his degree in May.
Rallis believes the Gophers are capable of winning the Big Ten football title
Gophers senior linebacker Mike Rallis isn't selling his team short in 2012. Rallis, who led Minnesota in tackles last season, tells the Pioneer Press that a Big Ten title is possible if they "play good consistently every game." Spring practices begin Thursday.
Chip Armelin granted release from his scholarship with Gophers
Gophers’ sophomore guard Chip Armelin was granted a release from his scholarship on Monday. He’ll remain at the University of Minnesota until the end of the semester before transferring. The move opens up a scholarship, which could be given to Trevor Mbakwe, if he decides to return for a sixth season.
Gophers QB Gray may face a battle from Philip Nelson
MarQueis Gray could enter his senior season with the football Gophers fighting for his starting quarterback job. The Pioneer Press reports Philip Nelson has been making quite an impression in spring football practice.
Nelson, Carter earn weekly Big Ten honors after weekend victory
Senior cornerback Michael Carter and freshman quarterback Philip Nelson are being recognized by the Big Ten Conference for their performance in the Gophers's 44-28 win over Purdue on Saturday, Fox Sports North reports. Nelson was named co-Big Ten Freshman of the Week, while Carter was named co-Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.
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