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“That does open an opportunity for me to comment on that. I think players are doing simply what coaches have done,” Mendenhall said. “They’re leaving their teams to take other games. Their team’s not done playing yet, and I’m not for it. I don’t think it’s morally — I don’t think it sends the right message to our players. You [finish] what you [start], and then when it’s done, then you move on to something else.”

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