Miami Football: Winners and Losers from the Hurricanes' 2013 Spring Game

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Miami Football: Winners and Losers from the Hurricanes' 2013 Spring Game
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Golden watched his high-powered offense move the ball at will on Saturday.

The Miami Hurricanes' football team emerged from the smoke for the first time at Sun Life Stadium in 2013 to cap off spring practice.

Miami's annual spring game was broken into Orange vs. White teams by head coach Al Golden with plenty of big-time matchups. Each quarter lasted 12 minutes except for the fourth, which was only eight minutes long due to anticipated inclement weather.

The Orange team, led by senior starting quarterback Stephen Morris, finished the day with a 35-20 victory.

Sophomore receiver Herb Waters suffered a left elbow injury in the first half, and freshman Alex Figueroa was slowed by a left ankle injury, but neither looked too serious.

Here are the winners and losers from the Hurricanes' 2013 spring game.

Disclaimer: Don't read too much into the stats, because as many people say, "It's just the spring game."

Note: For those interested, here is the official roster for the game.

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