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Miami Hurricanes News and Notes: Rosier, Willis, and pre Savannah State

Miami has to bounce back from a disappointing blowout

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Here are the news and notes leading up to the Hurricanes facing the Savannah State Tigers at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL. The game will be played on the ACC Network via ESPN at 6pm eastern time.

On SOTU: Miami needs to address Defensive Substitution Patterns

Our very own leader, Cam Underwood, wrote a post about defensive substitutions and avoiding the wholesale changes where Shaq Quarterman and Michael Pinckney were somehow both off the field at the same time against the Tigers.

Canes Back to Work Ahead of Home Opener

David Villavicencio of had a piece about Miami getting back on the practice field, and refocusing after a hard couple of days.

“I guarantee you nobody is more upset than the people who are out here every day practicing,” offensive coordinator Thomas Brown said. “I know the feeling to get upset about stuff, but we’re going to fix it, we will get better and we started that today.”

Miami Hurricanes stress need to be mentally tougher

Christy Cabrera Chirinos put out an article on the Hurricanes, focusing on Manny Diaz and the 50 yard run that broke the ‘Canes back in the first quarter of the LSU game.

“You’re not going to lose a game because you give up a touchdown in the first half to make it 10-3, but we did because after that point, we did not respond. Above everything from that game, that was the most disappointing part.”

On SOTU: How should playing time be distributed among QBs against Savannah State?

You all know that I feel N’Kosi Perry should’ve gotten a little scratch last season as opposed to entering 2018 with absolutely no valuable college playing time. After his suspension, and with a new redshirt rule, I really hope to see Perry, Williams and Weldon involved in what should be an easy victory for Miami. Savannah isn’t just an FCS program, they’re a bad FCS program.

Georgia played Justin Fields, Clemson played Trevor Lawrence, Ohio State played Tate Martell and Alabama played Jalen Hurts all during week one. Any intelligent person over roster management can see that the Miami Hurricanes will be in dire straits if Malik Rosier is injured during ACC play and someone has to take over that’s never taken a snap period.

It’s time to settle on a backup quarterback and give them first quarter playing time against Savannah State.

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OK y’all, we’ve wallowed enough. Not it’s time to move on and beat Savannah State on Saturday evening. My film preview is out Thursday at 8am eastern. GO CANES!