CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - Quarterback Robert Marve is leaving
Miami, ending weeks of speculation about his future and adding to
the tumultuous start of the Hurricanes' offseason.
Marve started 11 of 13 games for the Hurricanes, but also served
a pair of suspensions in unrelated incidents, including one that
kept him out of the Emerald Bowl. He told The Associated Press
Tuesday that he asked coach Randy Shannon for his release from the
program and it was granted.
Marve says he decided he could not play for Shannon.
Marve's decision came hours after Miami fired offensive
coordinator Patrick Nix.
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