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3 Miami The Hurricanes rode out a stormy off-season and stayed on course for another title run
quarterback Ken Dorsey. "We knew that we could compete for the national championship." With 14 starters returning from an 11-1 team that ...
The Big Winners
In pummeling Tennessee, Miami reasserted itself as the team to beat in the race to the national title
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
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Just ask Miami quarterback Ken Dorsey. Last year, in an early-season 34-29 defeat, Dorsey, then a sophomore, looked as lost as Jesse Helms ...
Thrown for a Loss Miami and its young passer took a wrong turn on a trip to Washington
Hurricanes sophomore Ken Dorsey. Tuiasosopo passed for 223 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 45 yards and another score, while. Dorsey completed 15 ...
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.
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 three touchdowns. Nebraska came at Miami with a defensive scheme ...
Ready for a Fiesta Record-setting Willis McGahee carried Miami past Virginia Tech and into the national title game
coach Frank Beamer chuckled ruefully and replied, "He's tough, he's patient--he's something. [Quarterback Ken] Dorsey should have stopped ...
"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.
Butch League Butch Davis left Miami scrambling when he betrayed his players and bolted for a big-money deal with the Browns
Feb. 12, 2001. This is an article from the Feb. 12, 2001 issue Original Layout. Junior quarterback Ken Dorsey learned of the meeting while