Before he was leading Indianapolis, the former QB led two of the biggest comebacks in football history with Maryland (1984) and the Bills (1993).
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Miami coach Mark Richt said Wednesday he will go back to Malik Rosier as his starting quarterback when the Hurricanes come off their bye week to play Boston College.
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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Malik Rosier will start for Miami at quarterback for next week's game at Boston College, Hurricanes coach Mark Richt said today. N'Kosi Perry remains very much in the mix and will continue to see the field. "Right this minute I think Malik is better equipped from his ability and his experiences to lead this team," Richt said.
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