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BCI Talks To David Wess

As the Bearcat football program begins to pick up the pieces from a coaching change, one current player sees only opportunity to prove he belongs on the field in the Bearcats offense.

One Bearcat football player that knows he could really benefit from a coaching change and a new offense is Columbus native David Wess. Bearcat football fans are well aware of the potential this 6' 2"/215 pound quarterback brings to the gridiron. While some Cincinnati fans are fretting over the possible loss of quarterback recruit Chazz Anderson to Michigan State, others wonder if the...

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