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October 1, 2014 at 11:31 AM

Video: UW’s John Ross III says he’s 100 percent healthy

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UW sophomore receiver John Ross III, held out against Georgia State two weeks ago, met with the media after practice Wednesday and said his injured knee is improving.

(How’s your leg?) “Feeling better. It’s still a little tight, but it’s better.”

(Would you put a percentage on it?) “I’m going to say a hundred. I’m going not matter what and I’m going to do whatever it takes to help my guys out.”

(How has the team responded this week after the first loss?) “At the beginning of the week, it was quiet, quiet. After the game, it was quiet. But I feel like now a little more sense of urgency has come to everyone. We’re all sitting down watching more film. And now it’s amongst ourselves; it’s not just a team thing. … I was just telling Jaydon (Mickens) how much I could’ve helped us just by improving the little details Coach told me (about). I told him I felt like he had a really good game, and I felt I could’ve helped him in my part and help the other guys. It’s just the little things that we’re coached, we’ve just got to go back and correct them.”

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