Found April 13, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- There were two gimmick touchdowns in Miami's spring game, one of them coming when 1992 Heisman Trophy winner Gino Torretta connected with Houston Texans' star Andre Johnson for a score. That one was a nod to the Hurricanes' past. The other was a sign of hope for the future. Malcolm Lewis -- who still is recovering from a severe ankle injury that ended his freshman season last September -- caught a 75-yard touchdown pass, on a play where no one played any defense and did so with the blessing of Hurricanes coach Al Golden. It was the emotional highlight of the day for Miami, a play that sent both sides sprinting into the end zone to surround Lewis in celebration. "We just wanted to show everybody that he's working his butt off every day," defensive lineman Anthony Chickillo said. "And he'll be ready for the season." Stephen Morris threw four touchdown passes in the game, Miami's last official workout until tr...
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