Coley talks recruiting importance and more

Read on to see what offensive coordinator James Coley is saying a few days before Miami's bowl game against Louisville.

On going out on a winning note:
It's important because it's the end of the season. It will leave a mark on how his career has gone here at Miami. It should have a special feeling for him.

On Phillip Dorsett's status:
I saw it for the first time, with him pushing and running and playing fast. He was reckless. I expect him to be ready.

On the players preparing on their own:
Outside our organization, anytime they can watch film and prepare then that's good.

On Stacy Coley:
I think he's not really comparing himself to another player. He wants to play how he's capable of playing. We saw it against Pitt and I hope we see it again.

On recruits watching the game:
Even if they're not here they'll be watching it on TV. I think that a recruit is choosing between Louisville and Miami then the game is important.

On Louisville's secondary:
They have really good defensive backs. Two guys are from Florida. It will be a challenge for our guys. We shall see on Saturday.

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