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Topic - Munchie Legaux
Dressed in his red No. 4 jersey, Munchie Legaux stood behind the line of scrimmage with a football gripped by his back shoulder, as though he was going to throw a pass during a full-speed drill.
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux has received an extra year of eligibility from the NCAA after missing most of last season because of a gruesome knee injury.
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux was hospitalized and undergoing tests in Illinois after suffering a gruesome injury to his left leg Saturday in the fourth quarter of a loss to the Illini.
"If I'm not on the field, I'll be the No. 1 leader in the locker room and on the sideline," said Legaux, who is majoring in organizational leadership.
"I've had a lot happen to me," Legaux said. "I tell people I've done it all my four years here. I've filled in for a guy, I've started, I've gotten benched, I've thrown the game-winning touchdown, I've thrown the interception at the end of the game."