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Updated: September 15, 2019 @ 11:20 pm
University of Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst spoke to the media Wednesday for the first time since Quintez Cephus was found not guilty of sexual assault and said he would be welcomed back to the Badgers with open arms.
Quintez Cephus, the ex-UW receiver found not guilty of two sexual assault charges last week, has asked to be readmitted to UW-Madison after being expelled last semester.
Based on how the reps have been distributed during practices open to the media over the past week, the junior has a significant lead over redshirt freshman Chase Wolf and true freshman Graham Mertz.
Attorney Stephen Meyer said at a news conference Monday the administration’s “continued failure” to reverse Cephus’ wrongful expulsion could have consequences that last for decades.
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