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TROY STOUDERMIRE RUMORS

Gray, Stoudermire go undrafted but land with 49ers, Bengals respectively

MINNEAPOLIS No Gophers were selected in this year's NFL Draft, but two former University of Minnesota players inked contracts Saturday night as undrafted free agents. Quarterback MarQueis Gray signed with the San Francisco 49ers, while cornerback Troy Stoudermire will join the Cincinnati Bengals, according to both players' Twitter accounts. Gray was a two-year starter...
Via Fox Sports North
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Stoudermire sets NCAA kickoff return record

Minnesota's Troy Stoudermire has broken the NCAA record for career kickoff return yards on the opening kickoff against Texas Tech in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. Stoudermire returned the kickoff 26 yards to bring his career total to 3,530 yards. That surpassed the 3,517 yards Houston's Tyron Carrier amassed in a career that ended in 2011. The senior had 1,083 return yards...
Via AP on Fox
December 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Gophers seniors take stock before home finale

MINNEAPOLIS From coaching changes to position changes to injuries to a new stadium to the death of a teammate, the seniors on the University of Minnesota football team have certainly been through a lot during their careers. For fifth-year senior cornerback Troy Stoudermire, all of those scenarios and then some were a reality during his time as a Gopher. Stoudermire came to Minneapolis...
Via Fox Sports North
November 21, 2012  |  Discuss

DD's Pigskin Preview: Minnesota @ Nebraska

Minnesota at Nebraska (3:30pm ET on BTN) Line: Nebraska -21 Last Meeting: 2011 (41-14 Nebraska Win) 3 Players to Watch: 1) Phillip Nelson (QB Minnesota): This is Nelson's 2nd road start in his career after getting his first ever start in the Battle for Paul Bunyan's Axe earlier this season. So it will be key for the Gophers signal caller to draw off of that experience...
Via The B1g Time
November 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Minnesota standout Stoudemire gets fifth year

MINNEAPOLIS Troy Stoudermire had no choice but to play the waiting game. In the end, he got the result he wanted.Stoudermire, a senior cornerback and kick returner for the University of Minnesota football team, suffered a season-ending arm injury early during the Gophers' 2011 season. He played in just four games before he was shut down for the remainder of the year. But the...
Via Fox Sports North
January 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Gophers' Stoudemire relieved to be back

MINNEAPOLIS Troy Stoudermire had no choice but to play the waiting game. In the end, he got the result he wanted.Stoudermire, a senior cornerback and kick returner for the University of Minnesota football team, suffered a season-ending arm injury early during the Gophers' 2011 season. He played in just four games before he was shut down for the remainder of the year. But the...
Via Fox Sports North
January 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Good news for Gophers as Stoudermire granted a waiver

The 2011 season wasn’t particularly bountiful on the good-news front for Minnesota, but 2012 is starting off a little bit better for the Gophers. Senior cornerback Troy Stoudermire suffered a fractured arm in September and did not play the remainder of the season.  At the time it was thought he might’ve played his final game…
Via College Football Talk
January 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Stoudermire granted medical hardship waiver

Minnesota defensive back Troy Stoudermire has been granted a medical hardship waiver by the NCAA that will allow him to return for a fifth season with the Golden Gophers. The school made the announcement Friday. Stoudermire started the first four games last season before going down with a broken forearm. He had two interceptions in the four games and will return as the Big Ten...
Via AP on Fox
January 13, 2012  |  Discuss
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