By Eric Russell
There was no quarterback competition in Miami, but Stephen Morris created enough buzz on his own with his spring game performance. Morris threw for 256 yards and four touchdowns. The most exciting stat of the performance for Miami may be the zero interceptions.
It shouldn't be surprising that Morris played well. He was the fourth-most efficient passer in the conference last season. His problem came from his tendency to disappear in the big game. His two interceptions against North Carolina were costly and he missed on some crucial passes against Florida State.
Morris needs to bottle this performance and make sure he has it come fall. If Morris can find a way to be as efficient as he was in the Hurricanes spring game during the regular season, Miami could finish atop the Coastal Division.