​In an already disappointing ​season for the ​Miami Hurricanes, things have taken a turn for the profane and the bizarre. 


Following an ​extremely NSFW video appearing on Snapchat, Mark Richt announced that quarterback N'Kosi Perry will not start in the Pinstripe Bowl against Wisconsin. Embattled senior ​Malik Rosier will take the reigns against the Badgers instead.

The 6-4, 185 pound freshman Perry has been the better of the two Hurricane quarterbacks this season. Despite a ghastly 51.6 completion percentage, Perry has a nice 13-5 touchdown/interception ratio and threw for four touchdowns against Florida State.

Rosier, on the other hand, has struggled mightily in his senior campaign. Just barely cracking 1,000 yards passing and throwing five picks against six touchdowns, Rosier put together games against Boston College and LSU that are hideously bad watches. ​​

​​Perry has all the talent in the world, but just learned a valuable lesson in the maturity department. Social media gaffes have been known to derail promising seasons and careers. Hopefully he can learn from this, and college football gets to see a better Perry in 2019.