Miami, FL (AP) - When South Florida and Miami play on Saturday, only
one of the two teams will still be in the running for at least a
share of their conference championship.
And it's not the Hurricanes.
Miami sends off its seniors and closes its regular season this
week against South Florida, which still has a chance -- albeit small
-- for a share of the Big East title. The Hurricanes were knocked
out of the Atlantic Coast Conference race last week, and now find
themselves dealing with a dilemma at starting quarterback.
Jacory Harris has recovered from his concussion, but Stephen
Morris took many first-team snaps in practice this week. Meanwhile,
South Florida coach Skip Holtz says it doesn't matter who starts
for Miami, which he calls "a very, very talented team."
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