CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Jacory Harris has experienced just about every emotion in his four seasons playing quarterback at Miami.
He’s been a starter and a backup, maligned and celebrated, booed and cheered, someone who’s taken much of the blame when the Hurricanes lost and someone who got plenty of credit when they won.
And on Friday, the wild ride ends.
Harris’ 47th game with the Hurricanes will be his last. Miami’s scandal-plagued season ends at home against Boston College. He will leave with more completions than any other Miami quarterback, and he’ll be No. 2 on the Hurricanes’ lists for yards and touchdown passes.
He’ll also leave with no championships. But he says there’s “no regrets” for his career.
Source: Tim Reynolds – AP