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Football Media Roundup

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — This has proven to be an unusual spring for the Miami Hurricanes.

With campus closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hurricanes weren’t able to finish spring practices. There was no traditional spring game. And there haven’t been any in-person meetings to discuss offseason plans for players or coaches.

That doesn’t mean the work of football has stopped, though.

Miami’s coaches have been virtually meeting with players over the course of the last six weeks, providing support and guidance from afar.

They’ve also been participating in Zoom calls with local reporters, sharing updates on how the Hurricanes have been navigating their unusual time apart.

Here, some news, notes and highlights from those media sessions.

Defensive Coordinator Blake Baker

Baker, who is entering his second season as the Hurricanes’ defensive coordinator, met with media Wednesday and discussed his unit’s linebacking corps and defensive backfield, among many other topics.

Greg Rousseau is ready to take the next step as a leader.

Offensive Coordinator Rhett Lashlee

UM’s new offensive coordinator met with the media Friday, chatting about Cam Harris, Brevin JordanD’Eriq King, recruiting and more.

Coach Lashlee Making the Best of his Time at Home.