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Crusader takes his chances with Giants

QB who broke records at Holy Cross wants to learn under Manning

Updated: April 27, 2010, 11:15 PM ET
By Jack McCluskey | ESPNBoston.com

Former Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph didn't hear his name called in the last rounds of the 2010 NFL draft, but then even if it had been called on Day 3, the standout signal-caller wouldn't have heard it.

He was outside playing horseshoes and enjoying the nice Worcester, Mass., weather on Saturday.

"It would've been nice to hear my name called and get that recognition of being drafted," Randolph said Monday. "But then again, I found a better situation for myself being a ...

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