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FOOTBALL: GoFundMe set up for Bemidji State's Bryce Duffy to assist with medical costs

Bryce Duffy, who suffered a spinal contusion on Oct. 15 and has undergone treatment and physical therapy since, now has a GoFundMe fundraiser in his name.

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Bemidji State's Bryce Duffy (38) scores a touchdown in the second half against Augustana on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, at Chet Anderson Stadium.
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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji State football team is drumming up support for Bryce Duffy.

Duffy, who suffered a spinal contusion injury on Oct. 15 and has undergone treatment and physical therapy since, now has a GoFundMe fundraiser established in his name.

Duffy is expected to make a full recovery, according to his family, but the family hopes to raise funds to offset medical expenses as Bryce requires prolonged outpatient rehabilitation.

The GoFundMe has already raised over $5,500 as of Sunday afternoon, with contributions even coming from teammates and other BSU athletes, plus plenty of others connected to Bemidji State athletics.

For more information or to make a donation, click here.

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