Miami Hurricane defensive back Buba Bolden injured his ankle while celebrating Saturday's interception against rivals in Florida.
This was Bolden's first capture as a member of the Hurricanes. He injured his ankle by standing up for a chest blow with teammate Gurvan Hall.
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"You hate to see such things happen. It's just unfortunate, "Miami head coach Mani Diaz said in a radio interview Monday," according to the Miami Herald. "But the guys are enthusiastic. You want guys to get excited by their teammate. Gurvan and Bubba are essentially playing the same position. Sometimes they fight for playing time on the pitch and see how they both celebrate together, this is really what you want to see as a coach. You don't want to see a person who limps afterwards. "
will be updated later on Monday.
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Bolden, 20, is a redshirt sophomore who transferred to Miami from USC. In five hurricane games this season, Bolden has 1
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Miami defeats Florida State 27-10. The Seminoles fired head coach Willie Tagart after the loss.