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Redskins coach Jay Gruden discusses why Washington has named Kirk Cousins the starting quarterback and how the Robert Griffin III can get back in the lineup.
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Baylor coach Art Briles says the team has not been distracted by the controversy around Sam Ukwuachu, who was recently sentenced to 10 years' probation and six months in county jail for the sexual assault of a former Baylor soccer player in October 2013.
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Ohio State coach Urban Meyer discusses how the QB competition between J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones is still very close and that they are not ready to name a Week 1 starter yet.
Big 12 reporter Max Olson reacts to Baylor coach Art Briles' news conference and how Baylor handled allegations against Sam Ukwuachu, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a former Baylor soccer player in October 2013.
17 Hours ago
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Jake Arrieta strikes out 12 batters in the Cubs' 2-0 win over the Dodgers. It's Arrieta's first career no-hitter, and the second time the Dodgers have been no-hit in the past nine days.
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