First and foremost, Al Golden addressed injuries.
The one new development worth watching was that of FB/Long Snapper Ronnie Regula's leg, which Golden ackowledged was a 'significant" injury. Golden said they would have more details later in the week. Frank Gabriel would assume LS duties if Regula is out for an extended time.
In good news, OT Taylor Gadbois seems to be making progress.
AG calls Ronnie Regula's injury "significant" - says update coming later this week. Gadbois and McDermott nothing new. Gadbois closer.— Category 6 (@Category6UM) October 13, 2014
AG also said that Matt Goudis might be headed toward "redshirt territory." So look for Michael Badgley, who has kicked very well of late, to continue the PK duties.
In non injury news:
Coach Golden praised the play of both Artie Burns and Joe Yearby, saying that both played their best games as 'Canes Vs Cincinnati.
Asked Coach Golden if Artie Burns played his best game as a 'Cane vs Cincy, he agreed - praised his physicality and technique as well— Category 6 (@Category6UM) October 13, 2014
The freshman Yearby is part of a strong class that Golden has been impressed with this season.
Golden on the 2014 freshman class: "Lot of guys that love the game, lot of gym rats..." Said Canes will need '15 class to be same.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) October 13, 2014
With Miami having an off weekend coming up, and playing next Thursday Night, the practice schedule will be a little different this week:
Golden says team will practice Saturday and Sunday; those are the Monday and Tuesday of a typical game week.— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) October 13, 2014
Senior Ryan Williams saw some mop up duty at QB Vs Cincy last weekend. Golden says while Williams is disappointed in how his season has turned out, he is taking it well.
(side note: over the weekend, AG said Williams is NOT a candidate for medical redshirt)
AG on R.Williams, who got time Sat: "I think it's human nature to be disappointed, but Ryan's a winner...he's not going to get discouraged."— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) October 13, 2014
Clive Walford was recognized earlier in the day:
Ditto Brad Kaaya, Phillip Dorsett, and Tyriq McCord: