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OffbeatMiami makes another QB change, goes back to N’Kosi Perry

21:31  08 november  2018
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Miami redshirt freshman quarterback N ' Kosi Perry earned the first start of his career for Thursday night's win against North Carolina, replacing senior Going into Thursday's game, coach Mark Richt had Perry and Rosier both listed as the starter on the team's official depth chart, exciting Hurricanes

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Miami makes another QB change, goes back to N’Kosi Perry© Getty Images Miami’s revolving door at the quarterback position has seen another move.

Thursday afternoon, Mark Richt confirmed that N’Kosi Perry will start under center for Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech.  This will mark the redshirt freshman’s fourth career start, and first since the Virginia game Oct. 13.  He also started the two games prior to that loss to the Cavaliers.

Perry replaces Malik Rosier, the fifth-year senior who started the first four games of the season and the last two before being benched for the second time this season.  Perry played in four of those games, including the Week 10 loss to Duke in which he completed just five-of-16 passes for 35 yards.

Neither quarterback throws for a high percentage (52.4 for Perry, 53.5 for Rosier) while they’ve each tossed five interceptions, although Rosier has 39 more pass attempts.  Perry also 11 touchdown passes in 105 throws, while Rosier has six in 144.

The Hurricanes are 2-1 in Perry’s starts, 3-3 in Rosier’s.  The U is currently in the midst of a three-game losing streak.

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Joe is at home resting.

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