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Report: Mark Richt open to offensive changes at Miami

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Miami’s offense seems to have fallen behind the times, and Mark Richt may be showing a willingness to adjust.

A day after the Hurricanes got crushed 35-3 by Wisconsin in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl — leading to ridicule no less — The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson reported that Richt is open to looking into changes to fix the offense.

According to Jackson, changes Richt is considering include: a new offensive coordinator, new offensive assistant, and even a schematic change.

Richt is known for running a pro-style offense, which he did successfully at Georgia with quarterbacks such as Matthew Stafford and Aaron Murray. However, he has not been able to replicate the same success for the Canes.

Whether it’s been Malik Rosier or N’Kosi Perry, Miami has struggled with its quarterback play all season. Rosier seemed like a weak spot even during the team’s 10-3 season last year. The Hurricanes are among the worst FBS programs this year in total offensive yardage and passing yards per game. Changes are needed.


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