Did Miami Hurricanes Winning Mask Imperfections?

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Braxton Berrios
TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Braxton Berrios /
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Those numbers are simply not good enough to continue to do that and expect to survive. Berrios’ full comments about winning and losing were:

"“Losing magnifies everything…Winning seems to mask things. We try to get better and better each week, and I think we have. This was one of those games … We’re going to learn from it, and flush it.”"

Rosier owned up and took the blame for a tough day. He has clearly become the team leader for Miami.

"“A lot of it started with me…Missed multiple receivers. That’s something I have to fix. It can’t happen next week. The big thing is just to learn from this experience. There’s multiple times where we’d play lackadaisical in the first half and in the second half we’d explode. That’s something I have to fix. I have to motivate those guys in the first half, so the second half doesn’t have to be some kind of miracle… I guess I got complacent..I was out there to be out there. I was kind of like, going through my reads instead of dialing in and focusing every snap.”"

Miami Head Coach Mark Richt was upset with the play of his signal caller. He asked the redshirt Senior from Mobile, Alabama during the halftime intermission…

"“Are you ready to lead?” Rosier responded. I knew if I kept making mistakes, he would wind up pulling me,”"