LEWIS TO REMAIN AS DUKE’S STARTERThaddeus Lewis will be Duke’s starting quarterback when the Blue Devils face No. 22 Kansas this weekend. Coach David Cutcliffe insisted that "we’re not trying to start a quarterback controversy.” He spoke the day after removing Lewis and inserting redshirt freshman Sean Renfree, who led the Blue Devils to a 35-19 win over Army. Renfree was 7 of 8 for 106 yards and two touchdowns in relief of Lewis, who was 5 of 16 for 60 yards with a score. Cutcliffe says Lewis fought both the flu and an ankle injury during the preseason, but "Thad’s our quarterback.” Cutcliff adds that he isn’t afraid to play Renfree, but that Renfree isn’t ready to start yet.
Edsall didn’t give many specifics on the injury, which Frazer suffered during the second half of UConn’s 12-10 loss to North Carolina on Saturday. But he did say that Frazer, a junior, will not require surgery. Sophomore Cody Endres will start for the Huskies on Saturday at Baylor. Frazer had completed 51.2 percent of his passes and had thrown four interceptions with two touchdowns in the first two games this season
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