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Minnesota’s sputtering offense sure didn’t need this: Star wide receiver Eric Decker will miss the rest of the regular season because of a sprained left foot.
If the Gophers (4-4 overall, 2-3 Big Ten) get in a bowl game and Decker doesn’t need surgery, the school’s all-time leading receiver could play once more. Otherwise, Decker’s college career is done. He hurt his arch last Saturday.
Minnesota wide receiver Eric Decker is expected to return to the lineup this week against Iowa.
Decker missed the last game at Wisconsin and was limited to a handful of plays the previous week against Michigan because of an ankle injury suffered in the game against Northwestern on Nov. 1.
Eric Decker tied a school record with 13 catches for 190 yards and withstood a vicious blow to the head in the fourth quarter to get coach Tim Brewster his first career Big Ten victory in Minnesota’s 16-7 win over Indiana on Saturday.
Eventually, Eric Decker must make the decision: Catch the ball, or swing the bat?
After emerging as one of the Big Ten’s best receivers as a sophomore for Minnesota last season, Decker took his talent across the university athletic complex and played left field for the Gophers baseball team in the spring.
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