Miami Football: 3 takeaways from Hurricanes win over Bethune-Cookman

(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /
3 of 3
(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /

No. 1- Malik Rosier was solid

Rosier definitely had flashes in this game, showing great mobility and making several nice throws in tight spaces. His running ability has always been evident, and he finished the game with four carries for 41 yards. Rosier made several nice throws in the red zone, including a slant to Lawrence Cager for a five yard touchdown.

For the day Rosier finished 17-of-28 for 217 yards and three touchdowns. He did miss several throws on the day which stalled the Canes offense.

There were some good moments for Rosier who looked ready to take the reigns as the No. 1 quarterback for the Hurricanes. He showed great touch on a deep throw to Darrell Langham for 46 yards, and a beautiful fade to Langham in the second quarter.

Rosier looked comfortable behind a solid Hurricanes offensive line and threw this 22 yard dagger to Braxton Berrios for a touchdown to cap off his day.

All things said Rosier definitely showed improved accuracy for the most part and made good decisions with the football. He did not turn the ball over and used his feet to make plays. There is still some work to be done but overall is was a solid season opener for the Hurricanes quarterback.

Next: Final 2017 ACC preseason predictions

Hurricanes fans should expect Rosier to continue his growth and development throughout the year, if he can limit mistakes and make plays with his feet the sky is the limit. With a solid year and surrounded by tremendous talent at the skill positions. Miami is poised to make a real run at the ACC Coastal if they live up to their potential.