A year ago, all Miami quarterback Stephen Morris could do in the Hurricanes' spring game was evaluate his teammates from the sideline.
This time around, he'll evaluate again - just from the field.
A back injury kept Morris out of spring ball last season, so he watched while wearing a whistle instead of a helmet. And while many Hurricanes will try to impress coaches one...
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April 12, 2013
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- A year ago, all Miami quarterback Stephen Morris could do in the Hurricanes' spring game was evaluate his teammates from the sideline.
This time around, he'll evaluate again -- just from the field.
A back injury kept Morris out of spring ball last season, so he watched while wearing a whistle instead of a helmet. And while many Hurricanes will try...
Stephen Morris enters his senior year at Miami in style, dressed up in a funky bird outfit at the Hurricanes' Spring practice.
Miami coach Al Golden is confident rising senior QB Stephen Morris will be one of the country's top signal callers in 2013Junior Miami quarterback Stephen Morris has been one of the hottest quarterbacks in college the through the last stretch of the season. Morris threw for 11 touchdowns and no interceptions in the Hurricanes' final four games of the 2012 season and is an...
Stephen Morris was Miami's starting quarterback for the Hurricanes' game with No. 12 Florida State on Saturday night.
Morris sprained his left ankle last week in Miami's loss to North Carolina, and was listed as doubtful on the team's injury report as recently as Thursday.
The Hurricanes announced the decision to have Morris start over Ryan Williams with about 10...
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October 20, 2012
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Miami is willing to wait and see if Stephen Morris' sprained left ankle improves before the Hurricanes choose a quarterback to start on Saturday night against No. 12 Florida State.
Ryan Williams practiced Tuesday as Miami's presumptive starter, with Preston Dewey as his backup, while Morris spent the day in and out of treatment and unable to do anything...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Stephen Morris was gone from the game midway through the fourth quarter Saturday. But something else was gone well before then.
Morris' passing touch.
Morris late last month was conjuring memories of legendary Miami quarterbacks. In a two-game stretch against Georgia Tech and North Carolina State, he threw for an eye-popping 1,002 yards and seven touchdowns...
Don’t look now but the Miami Hurricanes have found
After looking god-awful at Kansas State in week 2
the Hurricanes have matured a bit thanks to a come from behind win at Georgia
Tech last week and now surviving a shoot-out Saturday against NC State.
Miami quarterback Stephen Morris is reviving the ‘Canes
reputation of “Quarterback U”. Morris
Stephen Morris did legendary stuff last week at Georgia Tech. The University of Miamis junior quarterback rallied his team from a 17-point deficit, leading them on second-half scoring drives of 74, 82, 88 and 91 yards to tie the game, and eventually snatch a rousing 42-36 overtime victory.
But dont get too excited. Morris hasnt done anything yet. We dont know if hes a good quarterback...
Stephen Morris went into Miami's training camp expecting to be the Hurricanes' starting quarterback. With more than two weeks left, the job is his.
Morris will be the starter when the Hurricanes open the season at Boston College on Sept. 1, having won the job over Ryan Williams.
Morris started the first game of Miami's season a year ago at Maryland, filling the role...
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August 14, 2012