CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- When Miami quarterback Stephen Morris felt the initial pangs of sharp pain shooting through his leg this past weekend, the worst-case scenarios like a knee or an Achilles' problem started going through his mind.
Within moments, he knew it wasn't serious.
And in the end, it may have only cost him a few plays.
Morris is working through a bone bruise around his right ankle and plans to be in the lineup Saturday when No. 15 Miami (3-0) visits South Florida (0-3), the Hurricanes' final contest before their slate of Atlantic Coast Conference games begins.
"The ankle feels good," Morris said. "The ankle feels fine. ... I feel pretty good about playing on Saturday, so that's the goal."
Morris left with 8:51 left in the first quarter of Miami's 77-7 win over Savannah State. He was on the field while his teammates were practicing Monday, tossing a football around -- albeit while wearing a baseball cap instead of a helmet, but moving without much of a noticeable...