“Stop booing Malik,” running back Deejay Dallas said. “I don’t like that. That’s not something that our fans should be about. Yeah, it’s OK to be angry. It’s OK to be upset. But Malik came out today and he played with an edge and he played like the starter should.”
“Like everything we do as a group, we wanted something again that honors the university and honors UM,” Diaz said, who is known among Hurricanes fans as the father of the Turnover Chain. “The U is fantastic and you know, it’s something different. This ibis is iconic to our program and to our university.
The Hurricanes faithful held their breath. Miami’s preseason All-American safety Jaquan Johnson limped off the field toward the sideline. UM’s three-touchdown advantage was trimmed to just seven points with Johnson laboring a right hamstring injury. But the Hurricanes found their hero. Quarterback Malik Rosier — who received a loud monsoon of boos from Miami fans…
The Hurricanes shook Hard Rock Stadium Saturday night against the Savannah State Tigers with a record-breaking 77-0 blowout in front of 60,000 fans after returning from a tough loss against LSU the previous week.
“I think the new ticketing policy is a very good idea,” said Andrew Burkly, a senior who experienced the old ticketing policy for the past three years. “It gives everything a sense of organization. By the time you get to the stadium, you are guaranteed to get in.”
Hard Rock Stadium erupted with cheers. The Hurricanes faithful got their wish. Redshirt freshman quarterback N’Kosi Perry stormed onto the field to make his collegiate debut. Head coach Mark Richt made the change under center after veteran Malik Rosier guided the Hurricanes to a 21-0 lead. Richt shuffled the quarterbacks throughout the contest as No….