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CaneInsider has learned that reserve RS Freshman RB Danny Dillard is no longer on the team, a UM Spokesperson confirms. Dillard had been battling for the No. 2 running back position after redshirting last season and had looked okay but many accounts of his play.
However, he was not present during the final day of Fall Camp on yesterday and all players were said to be participating and without injuries. Additionally, true freshman Walt Tucker who had been playing LB had move to RB yesterday and thus signaled the change somewhere.
This morning at 8:30 a.m., the University confirmed Dillard is no longer on the Hurricanes roster but did not provide specifics. The University of Miami will host Florida Atlantic Friday August 30th at 8 p.m. in their season opener.
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Miami's depth chart at the running back position just got a little bit smaller today. The school confirmed that Danny Dillard is no longer a member of the team.
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