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A six-pack of Hurricanes notes on a Monday: ▪ Freshman defensive end Gregory Rousseau will be out indefinitely, possibly for the remainder of the season, after sustaining a fractured right ankle in Saturday’s game against Savannah State. UM announced Rousseau will undergo surgery this week.
According to ekneewalker.com, “it is normal for patients to require 12 weeks before they can resume normal daily activities after having an ankle fracture surgically repaired.” UM said a timetable will be determined after surgery. ▪ Albeit against an undermanned opponent, UM saw flashes Saturday of how good the Will Mallory/Brevin Jordan tight end combination can be over the next several years. Jordan caught two touchdown passes and Mallory one. “I was really happy for them,” Richt said on WQAM’s Joe Rose show on Monday morning. “They are really good friends. You’ve got two of the highest-rated tight ends in America coming in the same class and they could be saying ‘If he comes, I’m not coming’ or vice versa, but they were like, ‘Let’s come together and let’s be similar to what [Chris] Herndon and [David] Njoku did.’ And that’s how we’re using those guys.
That’s how we will use them in the future. “It was very interesting to see the one touchdown pass, the first touchdown pass that Brevin caught, Will was actually in the game and he was the first one there to congratulate him. “They got to celebrate together on that touchdown.
They’re kind of living the dream you hope when you get recruited — that ‘Gosh, we’re going to play as freshmen and we’re going to make plays’ and both of them caught touchdown passes and made a difference for the team. It’s pretty exciting to see those guys come in and do what we thought they could do.” I asked Jordan after the game what tight ends he likes to watch and emulate. He mentioned Tennessee’s Delani Walker (who suffered a dislocated ankle against the Dolphins on Sunday) and Kansas City’s Travis Kelce. Jordan’s experience running through the smoke and onto the Hard Rock Stadium field wasn’t quite as he envisioned. “Running out of the smoke [through] the tunnel, I couldn’t see nothing,” he said. “I had to hold onto somebody.
Black sails song download. It was crazy. Beamer app keygen crack. I was just scared I was going to trip and have anybody behind me falling. It was a great feeling. This was the perfect way [that I] envisioned my first game at Hard Rock.” Incidentally, Jordan notices a difference in how Malik Rosier and N’Kosi Perry throw the ball. “N’Kosi throws pretty hard [and] has such a good spiral,” he said. “At times, you have to adjust your hands with Malik.” But Jordan made clear he likes catching passes from both of them. ▪ How dynamic is sophomore receiver Jeff Thomas?
Not only is responsible for four of the five longest Miami plays this season, but his nine plays of 20-or-more yards are more than every other Hurricane combined (seven). Thomas led the Hurricanes with 22 such plays as a true freshman in 2017. “Jeff is super fast, great leaping ability, can catch it with one hand, two hands,” Richt said. ▪ Tidbits: Lorenzo Lingard’s 64-yard rush against Savannah State was the longest rush by a true freshman running back at Miami since Duke Johnson had a 65-yard carry in his freshman season finale against Duke in November of 2012. “Lorenzo has got legit big time speed,” Richt said. UM really likes how freshman defensive tackle Nesta Silvera played in his first meaningful game action. Even beyond the blocked punt, “Jade flashed,” defensive coordinator Manny Diaz said.