"Composure, that was the biggest thing," said Rosier, now 3-0 as a starter. "We took the lead at first and they wound up taking it back. The first half, they really had us. ... Second half, as you can tell, the offense really started clicking."
No. 14 Miami rallies in second half to beat Toledo, 52-30 →
Rosier said he spent much of that time throwing routes with Miami QB coach Jon Richt, the son of Hurricanes coach Mark Richt, and a few receivers.
No. 14 Miami ends its storm break, takes on unbeaten Toledo →