Gopher football recruit defects to Iowa

It’s national signing day and one of the first recruits to hook up with the football Gophers was Hopkins wideout Andre McDonald. Dinero Moss, however, a coveted defensive back out of Sunrise, Florida -- changed his mind and bolted from Minnesota to a college in Iowa.
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It’s national signing day and one of the first recruits to hook up with the football Gophers was Hopkins wideout Andre McDonald. Dinero Moss, however, a coveted defensive back out of Sunrise, Florida -- changed his mind and bolted from Minnesota to a college in Iowa.

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