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Some of the seniors were the most vocal in expressing their disappointment with how Kelly handled his departure. Quinn hopes that a week away from football has helped them move on.
"I feel really good about what I'm hearing from our seniors," he said. "We needed to let them go home and let the influences in their lives talk to them and calm them down."
Quinn said he hasn't heard of any recruits who made verbal commitments to Cincinnati changing their minds.
"Their concerns are whether their scholarships are going to be honored," he said. "The answer to that is, 'Yes. Absolutely.' Our coaches have been talking to them personally."
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