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Miami Hurricanes Spring Game Recap: Canes Offense Not Pretty

The Miami Hurricanes concluded their spring game on Saturday afternoon and while the defense looked good, it wasn't a pretty day for the Hurricanes offense. The Orange Team picked up the 7-6 win, but the quarterbacks struggled and turned the football over. Ryan Williams was picked off twice and so was Gray Crow. Safeties Ray-Ray Armstrong and Vaughn Telemaque both picked off quarterbacks in the game.

As expected the Canes defense looked good, fast, and athletic but the Hurricanes have some concerns on the offensive side of the football. The Hurricanes are trying to replace the loss of their starting quarterback, running back, two wide receivers, and some offensive lineman. The quarterbacks hit a few plays down the field, but then the receivers struggled to hold on to the football.

The Hurricanes offense has a lot to work on before the start of the season.

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