If you were waiting to hear about a quarterback lighting up the defense at the University of Miami?s first spring scrimmage Saturday at Greentree Field, get out a pillow and blanket and take a long nap until the spring game at 6 p.m. April 14 at Hard Rock Stadium.
As is usually the case in these scrimmages, the defense did the dominating.
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The scrimmage was closed, but had it been open, earning a rousing standing ovation would have been early enrollee freshman Greg Rousseau , a 6-6, 225-pound defensive end out of Champagnat Catholic. Rousseau had seven tackles, five of them for loss, and four sacks.
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?If you see Rousseau in person, he?s tall, he?s got long arms, he?s athletic, he?s coachable, he?s teachable,?? UM coach Mark Richt said. ?He was kind of hidden away in this little school and I think if he was somewhere else, it would have been a harder battle to get him, quite frankly. I think we stole one there.??
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