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Friday's first 15 for Miami Hurricanes: Quick notes (including Eddie Johnson practicing)

Good morning everyone.

The Hurricanes returned to practice today and are getting into their normal routine for the season, which means they start practice just after 9 a.m. and quit after 11 a.m.

Offensive right tackle Seantrel Henderson wore a white jersey with the No. 74 on it, as opposed to his usual No. 77. But he was practicing.

The other No. 74: Left tackle Ereck Flowers, the true freshman (with the first-team orange jersey) slated to make his first college start in his first college game Sept. 1 at Boston College.

Also, linebacker Gionni Paul, who hurt his knee in fall camp, was in a red jersey today, which means no contact. I saw him run off the field near the end of our viewing period.

The good news regarding the linebacker position is that redshirt freshmen Eddie Johnson, around whom plenty of talk was swirling regarding his status, was practicing.

Wide receiver Allen Hurns, recovering from a head injury, slipped into a yellow (limited) jersey today.

We'll be back at UM in a few minutes to do some interviewing.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

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THAT is super news depth wise and otherwise that Gionni Paul is back practicing with the team.He ll be a great player 1 day.He s super fast and hard hitting.Can be a real playmaker if he has the mental sharpness.Don t know how long it will take to develope him though.

Just did some reading on BC and it looks as if they have lost a few key players too. Why does the herald not give us updates on the next opponent? A brief summary of each team would be nice to know where they stand also...

Joe don't get sucked in by mis information by white heron. He/she is good at it
The report states he ran off the field while reporters were there. They are only there the first 15 minutes. At least he did not limp or get carried off.
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