Austin Rogers, a 12-time 'Jeopardy!' daily champion, spoke with Cheddar about the game show's recent scandal as executive producer Mike Richards steps down from his short-lived tenure as host. "I think this is a unique opportunity," Rogers said. "The clock, in essence, got reset to zero and we have the opportunity to see a new spate of exciting guest hosts." Rogers noted that the decades-old TV institution will likely weather the hit just fine. He also revealed his preference for former champs like Ken Jennings or Buzzy Cohen to get the permanent hosting gig — and slyly implied he too could do the job.