When the Miami Hurricanes hit the field at Hard Rock Stadium at 6 p.m. Saturday for their annual spring game, all eyes will be directed at the quarterback.
But the astute fan should be paying close attention to the five players directly in front of him.
Regardless of who coach Mark Richt names the starting quarterback ? whether it?s front-runner Malik Rosier or fellow signal callers N?Kosi Perry, Jarren Williams or Cade Weldon ? the quarterback stands no match for opposing defenses if the offensive line can?t give him enough time to make a play.
Richt understands that, which is why he made one big move with a homegrown player after the offensive line struggled in the team?s first scrimmage last weekend .