Rosier is determined to once again earn the spot as Miami’s primary signal caller and lead the team back to the top of the conference. He is locked in to make sure there is a different result this time around.
Fewer than two weeks after defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski left Miami’s football program for Alabama, the Hurricanes have already made the big move on the next man up.
Five-star running back Lorenzo Lingard, four-star quarterback Jarren Williams, four-star tight end Brevin Jordan, four-star defensive tackle Nesta Silvera, four-star wide receiver Mark Pope and four-star cornerback Al Blades Jr. highlight the class.
The state-of-the-art facility will change the way football practice is run, especially during times of inclement weather.
For the Hurricanes, the loss brings an end to a rollercoaster of a season. Despite winning their first 10 games and reaching a national ranking of No. 2, UM ends 2017 with three-straight losses, all of which came with disappointing offensive performances.
Regardless of what happens in the Orange Bowl matchup against Wisconsin Dec. 30, the uncertainty surrounding Rosier’s ability to consistently throw accurate passes means there will likely be an open competition for the starting quarterback spot come 2018.
It seemed like a nightmare for Miami, or just a horrific flashback. No, it was real. Just over two years after falling 58-0 to the Clemson Tigers in the worst loss in program history, the Hurricanes were demoralized in a similar fashion on Saturday night in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, North Carolina.
ACC Championship Game: No. 7 Miami Hurricanes (10-1, 7-1 ACC) vs. No. 1 Clemson Tigers (11-1, 7-1 ACC) Here is what you need to know… FINAL SCORE: Clemson 38 – Miami 3 Rosier: 14-29, 110 yds, 2 ints Dallas: 6 rushes, 44 yds Bryant: 23-29, 252 yds, 2 tot tds 3rd Quarter: Clemson Ball: To…