The Miami Hurricanes watched quarterback Stephen Morris limp off the field
during the first half in a game clearly going their way.
No, we're not talking about last week's 77-7 victory against Savannah State at
Sun Life Stadium where the senior's night ended early after he suffered an
This time, it was Saturday against South Florida, which fell victim to the
visiting Hurricanes 49-21. Morris played extremely well until apparently aggravating
the ankle injury early in the second quarter. He did not return.
Although a better team than Savannah State of Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference,
the American Athletic Conference's Bulls were no match for the Hurricanes. Next
week, Atlantic Coast Conference play will begin when Miami (4-0) hosts Georgia
Here are a few things to take away from Miami's victory against USF:
1. Stephen Morris' ankle injury is reason for concern.
The senior quarterback looked like Dan Marino while helping t...