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Hurricanes' Mark Richt talks about Saturday's scrimmage 2:17

Hurricanes' Mark Richt talks about Saturday's scrimmage

UM quarterback Malik Rosier 3:42

UM quarterback Malik Rosier

UM's Coach Mark Richt talks about the team's stats 3:03

UM's Coach Mark Richt talks about the team's stats

UM coach Richt says fighting through the heat can turn it into an advantage for the team 1:01

UM coach Richt says fighting through the heat can turn it into an advantage for the team

Mark Richt upset at what he saw at Canes practice 1:48

Mark Richt upset at what he saw at Canes practice

'It is hard to be an experienced quarterback without experience.' 2:26

'It is hard to be an experienced quarterback without experience.'

Richt: Defense 'Won the day' 1:14

Richt: Defense 'Won the day'

Getting homeless sex offenders off the streets 2:09

Getting homeless sex offenders off the streets

Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on a cruise ship during a total eclipse 1:03

Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on a cruise ship during a total eclipse

Don Mattingly talks about the Marlins' 6-4 win over the Mets 3:24

Don Mattingly talks about the Marlins' 6-4 win over the Mets

Malik Rosier is the Hurricanes new starting quarterback

University of Miami football team selected Malik Rosier as its starting quarterback on Aug. 22, 2017.
Carl Juste Miami Herald Staff
Malik Rosier is the Hurricanes new starting quarterback 0:18

Malik Rosier is the Hurricanes new starting quarterback

Getting homeless sex offenders off the streets 2:09

Getting homeless sex offenders off the streets

Eclipse gazers gather at the Frost Museum in Miami 1:48

Eclipse gazers gather at the Frost Museum in Miami

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C. 0:51

Timelapse from a drone captures the solar eclipse during a baseball game Columbia, S.C.