Curtis Dunlap’s time in the NCAA transfer portal lasted just a day.

On Wednesday, Ryan Burns of 247Sports reported that Dunlap has withdrawn his name form the portal. It had been reported that he entered his name into the database on Tuesday.

It serves as a huge relief for the Golden Gophers, as Dunlap was a key piece along the team’s offensive line. Last year, he started 12 games for Minnesota as a redshirt freshman and earned honorable mention All-B1G for his efforts.

Dunlap was a key lineman for an offense that was high-powered last season in the B1G. Minnesota averaged 34.1 points and 432 yards per game last season. The Gophers finished the season with an 11-2 record which included signature wins over No. 4 Penn State and No. 14 Auburn in the Outback Bowl.

Dunlap is a former 4-star recruit and was the highest-ranked prospect in Minnesota’s 2018 class. He has three years of eligibility remaining at Minnesota.