Found April 15, 2013 on NESN.com:
Stephen Morris and Phillip Dorsett took a play off during Saturday’s Miami spring game to let a couple “The U” legends take the field. Andre Johnson caught a touchdown pass from 1992 Heisman winner Gino Torretta midway through the third quarter of the game. Johnson obviously still looked in game shape, since he’s a Houston Texans Pro Bowler, but Torretta, wearing a Miami jersey over a polo shirt with pleated khaki shorts and flip flops, looked a little out of place among the current Hurricanes. Torretta didn’t exactly throw a strike down field to Johnson, but his floater did the trick as Johnson took the ball to the house over some slacking Miami defenders. To add to the fun, former All-American center Brett Romberg delivered the snap to Torretta. Check out the play of the day from Miami’s spring game in the video below.
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