Miami Hurricanes News: Players speak to media, offensive changes

Oct 7, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 7, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports /

Cornerback Te’Cory Couch, offensive linemen Javion Cohen and Jalen Rivers and kicker Andres Borregales were the Miami Hurricanes football players who spoke to the media on Wednesday. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald wrote Here’s one change that UM says it’s planning on offense. And Canes personnel notes.”

Marcus Benjamin, the CanesCounty Publisher summarized the comments from Borregales, Cohen, Couch and Rivers stating that Miami moving on from Georgia Tech, ready to face North Carolina.” In addition to discussing moving on from the loss to Georgia Tech, they also spoke about preparing for crowd noise at North Carolina.

Jackson wrote that Miami should be expected to go deeper into their rotations at tight end and wide receiver versus North Carolina. Elijah Arroyo could return for Miami at TE on Saturday. Xavier Restrepo, Jacolby George and Colbie Young have been the primary WRs this year and Cam McCormick and Riley Williams the main TEs.

David Lake of Inside the U began previewing the Miami Hurricanes football game on Saturday by examining Advanced stats highlight the year-over-year improvement from talented UNC QB Drake Maye.” Maye and Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke have both improved over their 2022 stats.

Andrea Adelson of ESPN was told that an ACC officiating boss says fumble by Miami was right call.” ACC supervisor of officials Alberto Riveron told ESPN on Wednesday “We made the right call on the field based on the angles that were afforded to us…The process and the protocol was followed.”

Andrew Graham of On3 wrote that Urban Meyer weighs in on Mario Cristobal, decision to not kneel down to end game. Meyer discussed the offensive call sheets he and his assistants had in the four-minute offense to end the game. Miami executed perfectly other than the fumble on the last drive.

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Erich Richter of the New York Post wrote that a College football bettor loses $45,450 payday thanks to Miami’s Mario Cristobal.” The bettor put money on Miami as part of a 12-team parlay betting $7,000 on all favorites on the moneyline to win $45,450. Miami was  -1450 on the money line versus Georgia Tech.