With the end of last week’s game still making news and being questioned, questions remain for Miami as to just who will be under center for this week’s game.
Brad Kaaya sustained a concussion in the worst loss in Hurricane history two weeks ago and didn’t play in Week 9’s wild win over Duke. Ahead of Saturday’s game against Virginia, the quarterback is officially listed as questionable.
The good news for Kaaya is that, unlike the week before, he was able to practice in the days leading up to the game. That said, it could very well be a game-time decision on the sophomore’s availability for a game that, with a win, would make the ‘Canes bowl eligible.
On the positive side, Malik Rosier wasn’t listed on the injury report. Rosier, who started the Duke game in place of Kaaya, sustained an undisclosed injury in the Duke game that forced him to stay overnight in a Durham hospital.
The Palm Beach Post wrote that Rosier “was limited during Tuesday’s practice but said afterward he was preparing to play Saturday against the Cavaliers.” The fact that he doesn’t appear on the injury report bodes well for his availability.