UM safety Rayshawn Jenkins, top, was one of a slew of Hurricanes defensive players who has returned to practice and given new life to a defense that was decimated by injuries.
UM safety Rayshawn Jenkins, top, was one of a slew of Hurricanes defensive players who has returned to practice and given new life to a defense that was decimated by injuries. Mike Stewart AP
UM safety Rayshawn Jenkins, top, was one of a slew of Hurricanes defensive players who has returned to practice and given new life to a defense that was decimated by injuries. Mike Stewart AP

Miami defense aiming to be ‘violent’ again Saturday at Notre Dame

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