An extremely frustrated University of Miami football coach Mark Richt began his media availability by telling reporters not to repeat what we might have heard him telling his players at the end of practice late Friday morning.
“Or I’m just not gonna have a whole lot of fun with you all anymore,’’ Richt said. “Right now I enjoy hanging out with you all, and everybody has got a job to do but I wasn’t too happy about how the thing ended, trying to do situational offense — one minute drill in particular.
“It looked like we didn’t coach one down.’’
Then he proceeded to tell us more about how unhappy he was with the disorganization of the whole operation — from the players to the equipment staff.
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Keep in mind that this is one day before Saturday’s second fall scrimmage that will likely determine who the next starting quarterback is.
Richt said he is going to try to get the scrimmage in during the morning, but if it’s crummy weather, he’ll put it off until the afternoon or night.