New QB, dif­fer­ent re­sults?

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - - Sports - By Christy Cabr­era Chiri­nos

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

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