Duke Says No QB Controversy With Lewis, Renfree

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Duke coach David Cutcliffe is content to play Thad Lewis as his starting quarterback. He's also promising that freshman backup Sean Renfree will play, too.

Cutcliffe went to Renfree in the second half of the Blue Devils' weekend win at Army. Renfree responded by throwing for 106 yards and two touchdowns. But Cutcliffe says the senior will remain in the lead role while Renfree has earned the opportunity to see some snaps at No. 22 Kansas.

Lewis said he's OK with Renfree getting playing time, adding that the two are supporting each other and trying to make the offense better. Running back Re'quan Boyette said Renfree's performance in his debut against Army gives the rest of the offense plenty of confidence in him.

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