Demar Richardson sat down with Harris at Tuesday's presser for a quick Q&A…
DM: When Miami is winning as they did in the past, two losses in a season would be considered a bad year. How have you dealt with the pressure of being on a team that has high expectations?
JH: The fans get on you a lot and make comments about the losing that players don't like. This year the fans have understood that we are a young team and that we will be better next year. The team is behind the fans 100% and the fans back the team one hundred percent.
DM: The Hurricanes are famous for having former players come back to the university and work with the current players in the off-season to help them improve. Have you had the chance to work with any players from past Miami teams?
JH: I have not had the chance to work with any of them, but I have spoken with a number of past Miami quarterbacks. I talked with Steve Walsh and Gino Torretta. They come to the games and a lot of the time they are right there on the sidelines.
DM: A lot of freshmen played this season. The youth and inexperience cost the team a few games. How will this experience help the team next year?
JH: It will help us, because next year there will be no excuses. We can no longer say I forgot this route or I didn't make the right read. Now we have to perform. We have shown we can compete with the best of the best.
DM: When you made your final decision to come to Miami, what team were you looking forward to playing the most?
As soon as I saw the schedule I knew I wanted to play Florida. Leading up to that game I wanted to make sure I was prepared and ready to play in that game.
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