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Gopher freshman quarterback Philip Nelson will start against the Badgers Saturday. Nelson began the season as a third-string quarterback, but started Marqueis Gray has been bothered by a sprained ankle and back-up Max Shortell hurt his neck last week against Northwestern. Gray will start at wide receiver.
Gophers coach Jerry Kill says he wouldn’t pull a red shirt off a freshman quarterback if he wasn’t going to play. That means Philip Nelson is your likely starter Saturday against Purdue. Kill also said Max Shortell was capable of playing against Wisconsin, but was comfortable with playing Nelson instead.
Philip Nelson won't be shy. The Mankato West standout is now a University of Minnesota student and expects to compete for the starting quarterback job against senior MarQueis Gray. According to the Pioneer Press, Rivers will either win the job or become a red-shirt freshman.
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.