The Gophers will have cornerback KiAnte Hardin back from injury for Thursday's game against Oregon State, coach Tracy Claeys said during today's Big Ten teleconference.

Hardin wasn't listed on the team's depth chart last week, but he has been competing with Ray Buford for the starting cornerback spot, opposite Jalen Myrick.

Claeys said tight end Brandon Lingen and wide receiver Eric Carter will both be re-evaluated after today's practice. Claeys had no update on running back Shannon Brooks (broken foot), other than to see he's been off crutches for a while.

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