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Tramaine Brock

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07/14/2009 - Minnesota lost two key players for next season when coach Tim Brewster announced that safety Tramaine Brock and star recruit Hasan Lipscomb will not play for the Gophers. Brock started all 13 games last season after transferring from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He left school for academic reasons in January, but Brewster said then he expected the hard hitter to return in time to play this fall. Lipscomb is a highly regarded running back from Houston who was expected to compete for time in the backfield. But academic issues will force Lipscomb to spend next season at a junior college. Brewster also says recruit Josh Campion recently had surgery on an undisclosed injury and will miss the 2009 season. - AP Sports

01/22/2009 - Gophers starting safety Tramaine Brock has left school, apparently for academic reasons, and likely won't return. Minnesota athletic director Joel Maturi confirmed that Brock is no longer enrolled, but would not comment further. Gophers head coach Tim Brewster declined comment. Brock, a native of Long Beach, Miss., came to the Gopers from Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College before last season. He started all 13 games. The hard-hitting safety finished third on the team with 73 total tackles. He also had an interception and forced three fumbles. ''As of now he's not in school,'' Maturi said. Brock did not apply to be included in the 2009 NFL draft. The defensive back did not respond to text messages requesting an interview. Brock was one of four new starters last season in the Gophers' secondary, and the group helped solidify the Minnesota pass defense. The good news is that, with Wisconsin transfer Kim Royston becoming eligible this season, the Gophers have some depth at the defensive back position. The three other starters in the defensive backfield -- cornerbacks Traye Simmons and Marcus Sherels and safety Kyle Theret -- all return. - Kent Youngblood, Star Tribune

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