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Iowa TE Duzey to miss Rose Bowl with knee injury



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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Iowa tight end Jake Duzey will not play in the Rose Bowl against Stanford after aggravating a knee injury in practice.

Duzey tore his patella tendon in spring practice, and played in nine game on a limited basis. After finishing with 36 catches in 2014, most among Big Ten tight ends, Duzey did not catch a pass this season.

The school made the announcement Sunday.

Iowa tight ends Henry Krueger Coble and George Kittle filled in and combined for 52 catches for 675 yards and seven touchdowns. Krueger Coble is second on the team in receptions and third in yards receiving.

The Rose Bowl is Friday.

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