Al Golden has some tricks up his sleeve for the Miami Hurricanes this season. The head coach decided to use one of those tricks in the season opener against Florida Atlantic — he pulled out a reverse play that worked to perfection.
The ball was handed of to Duke Johnson, who pitched it to Herb Waters, who rounded the corner and took the ball 63 yards for a score. Waters had to pull off a really nice cutback as well:
Herb Waters breaks free for a 63-yard TD run. Canes lead 27-6. http://t.co/Shi67EINSM
— Miami Hurricanes (@hurricanesports) August 31, 2013
Very, very nice.