First-year Miami coach Al Golden had heard the critics loud and clear. The value of quarterback Jacory Harris was already determined in the minds of many Miami fans –- as the backup to Stephen Morris -- before summer camp even began.
“I think there were a lot of naysayers out there with the notion that he wasn't going to change or improve,” Golden said. “And I don't think that's fair in college or with student-athletes.
“I think you've got to give them an opportunity to find the things that they do well and capitalize on them. From the beginning I was looking at his assets, his strengths, the number of games started, his football intelligence, maturity, his leadership. We coupled that with some good decision making, his ability
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