MINNEAPOLIS It sounds unlikely that the University of Minnesota football team will have quarterback MarQueis Gray on the field when the Gophers travel to Madison this weekend to take on the Wisconsin Badgers.
Gray reinjured his ankle in Saturdays loss to Northwestern, and Gophers head coach Jerry Kill said Gray is a question mark for Minnesotas upcoming game against rival Wisconsin.
Gray missed two games after suffering a high ankle sprain against Western Michigan. He returned to action Saturday against Northwestern, beginning the game at wide receiver. But Gray eventually took over at quarterback when sophomore Max Shortell was dinged up early.
After going 7-for-11 for 66 yards through the air against the Wildcats in relief of Shortell, Gray was reinjured when he took a hit to his leg following a first down run. Kill said the latest injury was a step back for Gray after making progress during the teams bye week.
"I think hes about like where he was in the off week," Kill said...