MiamiHerald / A six-pack of Canes notes on a Friday:
▪ UM quarterback Malik Rosier told WQAM’s Joe Zagacki that the offense has changed.
“Last year, we kind of got stuck in three receiver, one tight end personnel grouping,” Rosier said on Hurricane Hotline. “Sometimes you saw Deejay Dallas come in. This year, you have the two tight ends coming in [Brevin Jordan and Will Mallory], the fullback [Realus George].
“Trayone Gray moving to fullback is going to be a mismatch for linebackers; he’s freakishly strong, real athletic. Deejay is going to make a huge impact. We asked Deejay to do a lot — once he gets it, he’s someone we will use everywhere and someone who will get this offense to the next level.”
Miami Hurricanes' Rosier explains UM's offensive changes
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