Mark Richt made it clear after Friday’s upset loss to Pitt that Malik Rosier is still the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback despite a brief benching. Here’s what the Miami head coach tweeted about Rosier after the 24-14 defeat. Rosier struggled throughout the game, failing to hit open receivers or conduct drives. He was 15 of 34 for 187 yards and two touchdowns. He was sacked multiple times in the game. Because of his poor play, Rosier was benched late in the fourth in favor of Evan Shirreffs. But after one drive on the sidelines, Rosier re-entered the game and threw a touchdown pass.
Mark Richt confirms Malik Rosier is still Miami’s starting QB
Yardbarker | Nov 24