Miami football career passing leader No. 2: Ken Dorsey
- 9,565 passing yards
- 86 passing touchdowns
- 28 interceptions
Ken Dorsey is now famous for being the play-caller for Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills, but once upon a time, the California kid was riding high as a BCS National Championship signal-caller for Miami during the last dominant era Hurricanes fans have seen in the new millennium.
The U tight end great, Greg Olsen, believes the Dorsey-led Canes could’ve played in the NFL in 2021.
"“They’re not going to win the Super Bowl, but they’d be more competitive than some of the bottom teams that we see year in and year out,” Olsen told BSS’ Eric Sollenberger (h/t The Spun). “There’s no [question]. There is no comparison in my mind, that 2000-01 Miami team that beat Nebraska… that’s the best college football team of all time.”"
The minute your college team is given a realistic chance at beating an NFL franchise, you enter a new realm of greatness. Dorsey is there, though he fell behind one passer in Hurricanes history who had just a few hundred more yards…