The Gophers released their depth chart for Saturday’s game at Iowa, and it has no major changes from last week’s listing for the Illinois game.

The one change among starters is at cornerback, where Adekunle Ayinde is listed as a starter. Last week, Ayinde started at cornerback, though Coney Durr was listed as the starter and did not play. Also in the secondary, Antoine Winfield Jr., who has been out since the first quarter of the Sept. 30 game against Maryland because of a hamstring injury, is listed as a starter at safety, as he has been since the injury. Jacob Huff started at that spot.

At quarterback, the starter is listed as Conor Rhoda or Demry Croft, which was the case last week when Croft started and played the entire game in a 24-17 victory over Illinois. Croft struggled, completing five of 15 passes for 47 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions. Coach P.J. Fleck has not announced a starter, though he said, “Nobody deserves to be just given up on after one bad game.’’

The depth chart is subject to change.

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