Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Mark Richt Told Miami's Players To 'Get Your Asses' Of FSU's Logo

Mark Richt Told Miami's Players To 'Get Your Asses' Of FSU's Logo

According to, RB Mark Walton will have season-ending ankle surgery after suffering an injury in the fourth quarter of Saturday's win.

"Frankly, I didn't know if I was in or not", Langham said. They call him "Mr". "I think on a national basis, it's not quite as exciting as it used to be". We're either going 0-4 against them, or we're flipping that page. He also expects Walton to be there to lend a helping hand to his teammates, even though he can no longer play. (In fact, this game was the first time in the matchup since 1983 that Miami was the only team of the two that's ranked.) Other than this postponed matchup, both teams had a second game on their September schedule wiped out due to Hurricane Irma and its aftermath. "Let's just leave it at that". Bryant did not re-enter the game as Clemson (6-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) beat the Demon Deacons (4-2, 1-2) for a ninth straight time.

Walton was just five yards short of the 2000-yard career rushing mark at UM. After James Blackman threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Auden Tate to take the lead with 1:24 remaining, Rosier marched his Hurricanes 75 yards on nine plays to give Miami a 24-20 victory, breaking a seven-game losing streak in the series.

The stingy Buckeyes (5-1, 3-0 Big Ten) held Maryland (3-2, 1-1) to 66 total yards - their fewest yards allowed since yielding 60 against IN in 1960. He already was dealing with a sprained left ankle, which he injured against Toledo a few weeks ago.

Berrios, who finished with eight catches for 90 yards and two touchdowns, became the first Hurricane since Reggie Wayne in 2000 to catch a touchdown in each of the first four games in a season. Starting at quarterback and playing a team as good as Miami is no easy task, especially for an 18-year-old fresh out of high school, and Blackman showed great poise and talent as he drove the Seminoles down the field in the final minutes of the game, and will only continue to read coverage better and find ways to score. As a result, back-up running back Travis Homer was in for the 'Canes game-winning drive.

"He's done very well", Richt said about Homer.

FSU special teams have been both great and bad. His winning TD run came only five plays after an apparent interception was reversed on a replay review. "He's been a starter on all four [special teams] since he's been here, but we'll probably cut it down a little bit".

"We'll consider [freshman receiver] DeeJay Dallas possibly taking some snaps at that position to help us out, " Richt added.

Yep, you saw that right. Although the win won't be quite as meaningful on a resume as Miami expected, FSU's record doesn't change how big of a moment this is for the Hurricanes and their ascent in the second season under coach Mark Richt. It won't be shocking to them that something like that happened.

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