Miami will continue wide receiver competition, wants to see linebackers 'cut it loose'
Miami will continue wide receiver competition, wants to see linebackers 'cut it loose'

The Miami Hurricanes found success in their wide receiver play when they opened up competition in the week leading up to their win over Virginia.With two weeks between that victory and a Friday night game at N.C. State, UM decided it will continue to leave its options open regarding its three starting wideouts, even as senior Michael Harley had a career night of 10 receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown against the Cavaliers.When Miami released an updated depth chart ahead for N.C. State week on Monday, there were no updates. It still showed nine receivers with a shot at the three spots.Hurr…

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HEDGE accordingly