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  Did you see the Hurricane with blood continually trickling down his face in the Clemson game? He's the one who was everywhere - blocking two field goals, forcing a fumble with his shoulder during a ferocious tackle of future first-round draft pick Trevor Lawrence and passionately, desperately screaming encouragement to his teammates to keep fighting. University of Miami safety Bubba Bolden resembled a prize fighter, his ring being the football field, his mantra being to "keep playing fast, keep playing hard, keep playing physical, run to the ball and tackle." "That's what we live by," Bolden, a 6-3, 200-pound redshirt junior, said immediately after No. 1 Clemson dominated then-No. 7 and now-No. 13 UM (3-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) Saturday night. "We're focused on Pitt. A lot of emotions. No one likes to lose especially not me. I'm not a loser."

The former USC Trojan and first-team Parade All-American, who transferred to UM last year, has certainly proven he's a winner in his first full season on the field for the Hurricanes. As UM prepares to face Pittsburgh (3-2, 2-2) at noon Saturday (ACC Network) at Hard Rock Stadium, Bolden vowed again Wednesday to take that same intensity against a Panthers team that lost its last two games by one point. "When you love a game so much, when you love something that you do and it's your job, you're going to give it your all," said Bolden, who leads UM with 27 tackles and has three forced fumbles, two blocked kicks, an interception, sack, three tackles for loss and a pass breakup in four games. "I've never been one to quit. I've never been one to back down from any fights. You just gotta have that mentality. I'm pretty sure our whole team has that, not only me." - Miami Herald


(DS#5 SS) rJr/2022 SS Bubba BoldenMiami (FL)
News Source: Miami Herald


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