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Miami football have contingency plan if Brevin Jordan out Saturday

Sophomore tight end Brevin Jordan leads the Miami football team with 495 receiving yards, is second with 35 receptions and third with three touchdown catches. The Hurricanes might be without their star in the final home game of 2019 on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium against Louisville.

Jordan will be a game-time decision according to Miami football head coach Manny Diaz. Jordan excited Saturday’s 27-10 victory over Florida State with a foot injury in the fourth quarter on Dee Wiggins TD reception and did not return. If Jordan cannot play Will Mallory will get the start and Michael Irvin will have an increase in snaps.