May 25, 2024

Jan 22, 2022; Coral Gables, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes head football coach Mario Cristobal reacts while hyping up the crowd during the second half between the Miami Hurricanes and the Florida State Seminoles at Watsco Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Multiple Hurricanes Serving Suspensions, Updates on Injuries

Mario Cristobal updates injured and suspended Miami football players

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Mario Cristobal announced the suspension of three players after Miami’s 70-13 win against Bethune-Cookman.

Florida’s Miami Gardens — Even though Miami won 70–13, some regrettable information was received from Coral Gables, Florida. Head coach Mario Cristobal announced on Saturday night that wide receiver Isaiah Horton would miss one game, wide receiver Jacolby George would miss two games, and safety Jalen Harrell would miss two games.

These suspensions had not been immediately explained.

These suspensions were imposed prior to Miami’s season opener, so Horton is cleared to play against Southern Mississippi on Saturday, September 10, and George and Harrell are available for UM’s Week 3 matchup against Texas A&M on September 17 away from home.

Jaylan Knighton, the running back, was benched for the game on Saturday due to safety concerns. The South Florida native is reportedly dealing with a soft-tissue injury, according to Cristobal. Although the running back warmed up at first, by the beginning of the game, he was on the sidelines wearing shorts.

Leonard Taylor, a sophomore who faced the Wildcats and started, was hurt. The defensive lineman had a “stinger,” according to Cristobal, but he will be fine going forward.

Miami’s starting center, Jakai Clark, was also injured and had to leave the game, but Cristobal thought Clark was “okay.”

Oregon switch When Clark was out, Jonathan Denis took care of center duties for Miami. The only UM fumble of the game came from a snap exchange error by redshirt freshman quarterback Tyler Van Dyke.

Miami’s offense line had a productive day under Clark’s leadership. The unit helped the Hurricanes running backs rush for seven touchdowns—a modern school record—while not allowing a single sack.

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