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Miami RB Damien Berry to miss game vs. Terrapins

By Matt Bonesteel

Damien Berry, Miami's top running back with 690 rushing yards, will miss Saturday's game against Maryland because of "nagging injuries," the Associated Press is reporting. Berry has more rushing yards than the next six Hurricanes running backs combined.

Miami quarterback Jacory Harris is unlikely to play Saturday because of a concussion he suffered last Saturday against Virginia. Fourth-stringer Stephen Morris is likely to start in place of Harris.

By Matt Bonesteel  | November 3, 2010; 4:57 PM ET
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Let's not lose sight of the fact that Miami has the reserves to step into both of these player's shoes because of their recruiting. I say we don;t worry about who's playing and just worry about playing the team and looking at their tendencies and shutting them down as the defense has done this season. We should worry about playing our game and figuring out how to bait them into that.

Posted by: DiehardTerp | November 3, 2010 7:03 PM | Report abuse

Amen Diehard. DOB is still gonna have to contend with their defense. Hope to see the running game established early and often...thought to be fair we've been winning with field position and DOB throwing TDs. ahhh - just win it.

Regards -

-hgr

Posted by: HughGRection | November 3, 2010 10:29 PM | Report abuse

This is good news for the haters. If the Terps win, they can point to us beating a team missing good players. If we lose, they can say that we can't even beat good teams that are missing top players.

Posted by: garrett4 | November 4, 2010 12:12 PM | Report abuse

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