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Gophers Unable to Silence Bell in Loss

MINNEAPOLIS – Although the Gophers were able to shut down the Michigan State passing attack they couldn't control running back Le'Veon Bell who racked up 266 yards and a touchdown en route to a 26-10 victory.

It didn't take long for the 6-foot-2, 244-pound junior to get started as he rumbled his way for 86 yards in the first quarter. He continued his dominance throughout the game, totaling 266 yards and averaging an amazing 7.6 yards per carry. "It was the best game I think I've seen him play," said Spartan quarterback Andrew Maxwell. "He...

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