MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -Minnesota safety Tramaine Brock has left the school because of academic reasons.
Coach Tim Brewster announced Thursday that Brock is not enrolled for the spring semester. But Brewster also says he expects Brock will return in the summer and be ready for next season when play begins in the fall.
The junior college transfer started all 13 games at safety for the Gophers last season. He was third on the team with 73 tackles and had an interception.

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