Malik Rosier appears to be a go heading into the Virginia Tech game.
This past Saturday, against North Carolina, Miami quarterback Malik Rosier appeared to injure his shoulder on one of his team’s first few possessions. After a brief locker room trip, Rosier returned to the field and resumed playing. He finished the day 16-of-38 for 356 yards with three touchdowns and an interception.
Thursday, head coach Mark Richt said that Rosier’s shoulder is good – and he’s not even on the team’s injury report heading into its big contest with Virginia Tech.
QB Malik Rosier, who hurt his shoulder last week against UNC, is not on Miami’s injury report for the VT game.
— Crooked Halery (@DavidHaleESPN) November 2, 2017
Miami will need Rosier to be on his game for the contest, which could the ACC Coastal division. Miami is also still undefeated and looking for a statement win to prove to the College Football Playoff committee that it’s a real contender.