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Quintez Cephus acquittal

Former University of Wisconsin football player Quintez Cephus, center, listens as his lawyers, Stephen Meyer, left, and Kathleen Stilling, speak to reporters after Cephus' acquittal on sexual assault charges in Madison.

Former Wisconsin Badgers football player Quintez Cephus says going back to school is his top priority after a jury found him not guilty last week of sexual assault charges.

The wide receiver told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in a story published Tuesday that he doesn't know if he will return to the University of Wisconsin.

The 21-year-old from Macon, Georgia, was suspended from the football team last summer and expelled from UW last semester after being accused of sexually assaulting two women.

A Dane County jury deliberated for less than 45 minutes Friday before finding Cephus not guilty of two sexual assault charges.

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Cephus says his lawyers will work with UW officials to "to clean up my record" so he can return to school.

Cephus also says he plans on playing football again and he is in "the best shape of my life."

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