Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE
Miami defensive lineman Kelvin Cain had recorded 11 tackles and one sack through seven games before leaving the team in late October.
Kelvin Cain is back with the Miami Hurricanes after the backup defensive end left the team in late October and was subsequently removed from the roster. However, he's back on the roster and practiced with Miami's scout team on Monday. Hurricanes head coach Al Golden told Anthony Chiang of the Sun-Sentinel that he was happy that Cain returned to the team:
"It's personal, but he has been reinstated," head coach Al Golden said. "He sorted some things out, so I'm happy for the young man. It's good to see him back out here today."
The 6'3, 245-pound defensive lineman started in one game as a true freshman and the final two games of the year for the Hurricanes as a sophomore. He saw time in seven games in 2012 but didn't make a start on the season before leaving the team.
Through seven games, Cain had recorded 11 tackles, one tackle for a loss and one sack. As a sophomore, Cain finished the season with 20 tackles, one forced fumble and one interception, but he didn't record a sack. The Hurricanes travel to face the Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday.