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AP source: Gardner Minshew has thumb injury that could force QB swap

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A person familiar with the situation says Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew has a strained ligament and multiple fractures in his right thumb, an injury that could prompt coach Doug Marrone to turn to rookie Jake Luton after the team's bye week.

WATCH: WSU Football 2020 | Interview with Head Coach Nick Rolovich

The countdown to kickoff is officially on for the Washington State Football Program. In two weeks the Cougs will pack up their bags and hit the road to take on Oregon State for week one. Head Coach Nick Rolovich sits down with us to discuss how the staff and players are getting ready.

Ask Dr. Universe: Why do we get tears when we yawn?

Dear Dr. Universe: Why do we get tears when we yawn? – Ella, 8, Australia. Dear Ella, You’re right, a lot of people get tears when they yawn. When you yawn, you actually use lots of muscles in your face. Maybe you can feel the stretch in your jaw, cheeks and eyes.