Gophers Own Aerial Game Versus W. Michigan

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Gophers Own Aerial Game Versus W. Michigan
Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

MINNEAPOLIS — The University of Minnesota football team lost its starting quarterback to an injury, but it won the game Saturday against Western Michigan, beating the visiting Broncos by a 28-23 final at TCF Bank Stadium. Quarterback MarQueis Gray left the game with a high ankle sprain and did not return, but sophomore Max Shortell stepped in admirably. Meanwhile, the Gophers defense did enough to hang on late and help Minnesota improve to 3-0 for the first time since 2008. Here are five things we learned from Saturday's game...

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