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Jim Mora: I’m never going to stifle Josh Rosen’s opinions

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen recently found himself in some hot water when expressing opinions about the intersection of academics and athletics on college campuses, but his coach is OK with it. Jim Mora said on PFT Live that Rosen, a likely future first-round draft pick, is entitled to say what he wants to say. “I’m [more]
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