Miami to Play Without Starting QB & RB Saturday

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Top running back Damien Berry will not
play for Miami against Maryland on Saturday, the latest blow for a
reeling team that's already bracing to be without quarterback
Jacory Harris.
Miami coach Randy Shannon says Berry has been dealing with
nagging injuries for the better part of a month. Harris will not
start because of a concussion, and Miami has promoted
fourth-stringer Stephen Morris to take his place.
Berry leads Miami with 690 rushing yards, which is more than the
next six Hurricanes rushers combined. Lamar Miller (252) and Mike
James (243) have been the primary backups this season.
Miami (5-3, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) needs a win to keep
its fledgling chance of winning the league's Coastal Division title
alive.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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  • by Sharon Nowling on Nov 3, 2010 at 06:18 PM
    I have FAITH and BELIEVE in the University of Miami Football Team. Yes, there are obstacles, but they will overcome those obstacles and move forward. I wish the best and pray for the health of Harris and Berry. The team will have to and will step up in this situation and will WIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Saturday against Maryland. After all this is the University of Miami Hurricanes. So many people do not have FAITH and BELIEF in this team, because all that they are concerned about is winning. They are not TRUE FANS through thick and thin. They are the ones that need to go.
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