Showing 1 - 10 of 93 Stories for Ken Dorsey
Sugar 'Canes Miami, displaying some vintage swagger, capped a sweet season with a convincing win over Florida
It was sophomore quarterback Ken Dorsey, though, who did the most to the Gators. Dorsey completed four of six passes on an 80-yard
THE REAL THING
... the February combine, also came in for the sessions, along with former NFL QB Ken Dorsey, then with IMG and now a scout for the Panthers.
Inside College Football
Instead he chose Miami, at which he must now beat out three other blue-chippers to replace Heisman Trophy finalist Ken Dorsey, who was ...
Inside College Football
Heisman finalists (quarterback Ken Dorsey and tailback Willis McGahee) and ... " You have to make Dorsey read your defense, postsnap," says
The Rise Of Berlin With a thrilling comeback win over Florida, his former team, Brock Berlin has staked his claim as Miami's next marquee quarterback
national championship game, they bid farewell to Ken Dorsey, the winningest quarterback in school history, as well as running back
No. 1 Priority Top-ranked Miami's close call against Florida State lifted the national title hopes of the other contenders--so who has the best shot at dethroning the Hurricanes?
likely to be Virginia Tech's, to force senior quarterback Ken Dorsey to beat them with ... every pass play, Florida State forced Dorsey into his worst performance in ...
An Early Look Ahead Who will contend for the title in 2003? Here's our pre-preseason Top 10.
should ably replace quarterback Ken Dorsey. Tailback options runneth over: Even if Willis McGahee is still on the mend from knee surgery ...
Cane Whuppin' Unbeaten Miami flogged Nebraska early and often to win an undisputed national title
Ken Dorsey, who completed 22 of his 35 passes for 362 yards and ... Growing up in Orinda, Calif., eight miles from Berkeley, Dorsey dreamed ...
HOW WILL THE ROOKIES DO?
... where football director Chris Weinke, the 2000 Heisman Trophy winner, and two-time Heisman finalist Ken Dorsey put him through mental ...
"The Best Damn Team..." Wins The Big One Underdog Ohio State stunned mighty Miami in a two-overtime thriller to win its first national championship since 1968
first-and-goal at the two, and Miami must have liked its chances. In Ken Dorsey the Hurricanes had a senior quarterback with a 38-1 record.