Gophers lose Marcus Jones to knee injury

Gophers wide receiver/kick returner Marcus Jones suffered a knee injury during Wednesday's practice and won't play Saturday when the Iowa Hawkeyes come to town. The severity of the freshman's injury is still be evaluated.
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Gophers wide receiver/kick returner Marcus Jones suffered a knee injury during Wednesday's practice and won't play Saturday when the Iowa Hawkeyes come to town. The severity of the freshman's injury is still be evaluated.

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