Team News & Notes: Oct. 12

News and notes from around the football team as they held their final practice of the week.


• WR Ryan Moore is expected to be charged with two misdemeanor crimes next week according the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office. Coach Larry Coker will wait until the situation is finalized before considering whether or not to let Moore rejoin the team.

"I really don't have any thoughts until it is all completed," Coker said. "My understanding is that it is maybe going to be a misdemeanor and we'll just wait and see what happens with his attorney, with reports, wait to talk to him, and with the university."

The senior from Orlando has not practiced with the team since the incident, but is still attending classes at the university.

• RB Tyrone Moss (knee) will play Saturday according to Coker and has had a good week of practice. Moss currently ranks 12th on UM's all-time rushing list.

• FB James Bryant will not be in the mix more. When the team is in a regular personnel group, he will be the fullback. He's getting 10-15 plays a game right now and it is expected to remain the same.

• OL A.J. Trump is a reserve guard/center who is trying to get back in the mix. The FIU game could be an opportunity for Trump to play more although senior OL Alex Pou is ahead of him as a reserve game.

• OL Ian Symonette had knee surgery and will miss the rest of the season. Symonette will be granted a medical redshirt.


• CB Carlos Armour is healthy and ready to go, but is still limited to special teams play. Armour was expected to compete for a starting position, but has not any type of meaningful playing time five games into the season.


• The team practiced in the rain today in what Coker referred to as a Wisconsin day and that John Palermo had something to do with it.

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