New QB, different results?
CORAL GABLES — Hurricanes coach Mark Richt has insisted — repeatedly — that even as some of Miami’s goals have slipped away over the course of the last month, he’s not been ready to give up on the season and start looking ahead to next year just yet.
As Miami prepares for a Saturday night showdown at Georgia Tech, the Hurricanes still haven’t secured bowl eligibility. And despite their three-game losing streak, they still aren’t technically eliminated from the ACC’s Coastal Division race, though they’d practically need a miracle to return to Charlotte and play for a conference championship.
And so, while some Hurricanes fans who have made the trek to Atlanta may be watching and wondering if quarterback N’Kosi Perry’s audition to be Miami’s starter in 2019 will begin in earnest at Bobby Dodd Stadium, Richt insisted Thursday that after an intense week of practice, it’s the redshirt freshman that he believes will give the Hurricanes their