Coach Larry Coker, concerned about storms forecast for during the afternoon, said that he was relieved to have gotten practice in.
"We were worried about floods, but we got it all in," Coker said. "This was
a pretty good work day for us. One of the things that stands out is we're
still having too many dropped balls. In the game against Florida we had too
many dropped passes. We had several dropped passes today. We've got to pick
our intensity up and make sure we get that corrected in order to be where we
want to be. We're flying around pretty well and we're relatively healthy and
we're ready to have a great game. It's good to see (placekicker Todd)
Sievers kicking relatively well and (punter Freddie) Capshaw probably kicked
better today than he has in a number of days."
UM will travel to Philadelphia on Saturday for to take on Temple.
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