Lazor keeps offense strategy a secret


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    Off to a shaky start

    Miami’s season began the same way it ended last year: another double-digit loss to Louisville, this time with freshman Brad Kaaya at the helm.

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    Canes couldn’t extend drives against Cardinals

    Miami's offense simply couldn’t hold onto the football. Before it mounted a meaningless drive while down 18 points in the fourth quarter, UM went three-and-out six times, turned it over inside the Louisville 20 once and finished 1 for 11 on third-down conversions.


    Lazor keeps offense strategy a secret

    Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor said he won’t reveal how uptempo his offense will be until Sunday’s season opener.

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