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Mark Richt announces Malik Rosier as starting QB for Pinstripe Bowl


Miami v North Carolina
This again?
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On Wednesday afternoon, Miami Hurricanes Head Coach Mark Richt announced that redshirt senior Malik Rosier would start in the Pinstripe Bowl against the Wisconsin Badgers.

I have written many times over the past year that Malik Rosier is not the answer for the Canes, and does not give Miami the best chance to win (which is unanimously the lie statement Richt makes to justify starting Rosier).

I wrote it in February.

John Camera wrote it in September.

Dylan Sherry wrote it in September.

John Camera touched on it in October.

I wrote it in October.

And, most recently, I wrote about it JUST THIS WEEK.

There are more pieces of this type written by myself or others here at SOTU, but you get the idea already, I’m sure.

I have no more words to say on this topic. I am of the clear and repeatedly stated opinion that under no circumstances should Malik Rosier see the field for Miami.

Some may see this as a personal vendetta as opposed to what it is: clear, reasoned opinion that hasn’t changed because the player in question has given me no reason to change it.

And yet again, defying good sense or reason, Mark Richt will start Rosier for the Canes.

I mean, I’ll still support the team, but I’m not going to pretend like this is a good decision. It isn’t.

Miami faces Wisconsin TOMORROW AFTERNOON in the 2018 New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

Go Canes