CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Stephen Morris' bye week included the reinforcement of an important lesson: the need for a quarterback to maintain his composure.
The reminder came after the University of Miami senior watched "my favorite quarterback" Tom Brady and the New England Patriots struggle in beating the New York Jets on Thursday night.
"(Brady) was very frustrated -- you saw that on the field and on the sidelines," Morris said Tuesday. "The next day, I saw an article saying he needed to control his body language. Me and Coach (Al) Golden talked about that exact same article.
"That's how I feel at times. You're frustrated because you know things are open and you want to get to it and it's a big game like Florida ... or even FAU was a big game ... and you're not able to get to it. So you really have to control your emotions. You gotta control your body language on the sidelines, you've got to encourage players, and you can't really get down on yourself. You gotta get ready for the n...