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After starting year at quarterback, Mavs' Cisco volunteers to move to receiver

Deke Cisco started the year as the Colorado Mesa quarterback. An injury against Chadron State sidelined Cisco, and Jason Haferman took over and has led the Mavs to three wins in four games. With Haferman entrenched as the starter, a healthy Cisco has agreed to move to wide receiver. The redshirt freshman caught two passes last week and is in the Mavs’ plans at both quarterback and wide receiver for the rest of the season.



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Deke Cisco started the year as the Colorado Mesa quarterback. An injury against Chadron State sidelined Cisco, and Jason Haferman took over and has led the Mavs to three wins in four games. With Haferman entrenched as the starter, a healthy Cisco has agreed to move to wide receiver. The redshirt freshman caught two passes last week and is in the Mavs’ plans at both quarterback and wide receiver for the rest of the season.

Deke Cisco was beginning to feel more comfortable under center. The Colorado Mesa University redshirt freshman threw for 109 yards in the season’s third game and nearly led the…




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