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Gophers forward Trevor Mbakwe can return to the Gophers for sixth year of NCAA hoops if he wants, and Tubby Smith thinks Mbakwe "wants to be here." The team sent a letter to the NCAA requesting an extra scholarship for Mbakwe next season.
The injured senior forward could find out as early as next week if he'll get a sixth year of eligibility. The Pioneer Press reports coach Tubby Smith is "optimistic" Mbakwe will be given the opportunity to play. The St. Paul native suffered a knee injury that ended his season in November.
Gophers basketball star Trevor Mbakwe returned to the court on Wednesday to go through individual workouts with some of the team's coaches and a few of his teammates. Head coach Tubby Smith said Mbakwe is "looking good" as he continues working his way back from a torn ACL.
It sounds like Trevor Mbakwe really wants to return to the Gophers next year now that he’s been granted an extra year of eligibility. While he hasn’t officially confirmed he’s coming back, Mbakwe was on Twitter last night writing, “Unfinished business ...I can’t go out like this.”
Trevor Mbakwe returned to game action for the first time in nearly a year as the Gophers blasted Minnesota-State Mankato 81-56 in an exhibition game Thursday night at Williams Arena.
Minnesota Gophers forward Trevor Mbakwe was in Florida on Friday for a court hearing as a judge mulled whether a probation violation merited jail time. But the judge ultimately decided that he would offer the NCAA player a lighter sentence: two years probation, 20 hours of community service per month and he must attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, the Star Tribune reports. He was arrested for DWI in July in Minnetonka, and he had been on probation stemming from a Florida battery charge in 2009.