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Topic - Ross Cockrell
While Texas A&M's roster is loaded with first round talent, the Redskins could have their eye on Duke cornerback Ross Cockrell.
Duke cornerback Ross Cockrell is not offended the No. 20 Blue Devils are a 29-point underdog to Jameis Winston and top-ranked Florida State for Saturday night's ACC championship game.
"I felt like once those guys started scoring, you started seeing [our] eyes get big. Like, 'Here we go again,'" tailback Kevin Parks said. "Can't let that happen. You have to play four quarters. I don't feel like we played four quarters of football."
"One of our statements, mantras, or whatever you want to call it, is to finish," Duke cornerback Ross Cockrell said.