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Miami Hurricanes defensive back Malek Young wears the turnover chain after making an interception against Notre Dame at Hard Rock Stadium on Sat., Nov. 11, 2017. AL DIAZ [email protected]
Miami Hurricanes defensive back Malek Young wears the turnover chain after making an interception against Notre Dame at Hard Rock Stadium on Sat., Nov. 11, 2017. AL DIAZ [email protected]

University of Miami

Career-ending injury for Miami Hurricanes starting cornerback

By Susan Miller Degnan And Barry Jackson

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January 20, 2018 11:36 PM

Updated January 21, 2018 02:45 PM

The University of Miami confirmed in a written release Sunday that starting cornerback Malek Young sustained a neck injury against Wisconsin during the Capital One Orange Bowl game and “will undergo career-ending surgery.’’

“After discussions with my family and the UM medical staff we have determined that my football career should come to an end,” Young said in a statement released by UM. “I look forward to getting healthy, working towards my degree and continuing to support my teammates, as I know they will continue to support me.”

The surgery will be performed by the UM medical team.

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“While we’re disappointed that Malek’s football career is over, his health is our top priority,” coach Mark Richt said. “Malek is a terrific young man, one who I’m confident will go on to accomplish great things. He will remain on full scholarship and we will support him every step of the way.”

Young, from Fort Lauderdale, was the first Hurricanes player to wear the coveted turnover chain. He wore the chain twice this season, as he had two interceptions, including one in UM’s huge home victory against Notre Dame.

He posted a tweet just after 9 p.m. Saturday that “God has [a] better plan.’’ The post was accompanied by praying hands.

Young went on to retweet several teammates, coaches and former players wishing him well, including defensive tackle Gerald Willis, who said, “You will be missed.” The well-wishers continued to pour out their hearts on Sunday, as did Young.

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"I think this staff, I've never known them to reach, so if they can't find a kid that fits the mold, I don't think that they'll just take one just to take one," said Allen Trieu, Midwest recruiting analyst for 247Sports. "But I think you'd like to have a quarterback in every class. I think the plan is to go through and evaluate and see if they can find one that fits with them that also likes them in turn. It looks like they're going through that process. I don't think they're going rush it."

Michigan State football's 2019 class now at 15 commits, ranked No. 19 in nation

A breakdown of the players committed to Michigan State's 2019 recruiting class.

Trieu said Saxton appears to be one of the most-likely new quarterback targets for the Spartans moving forward but the process could be slowed down by the recruiting calendar. The NCAA's current dead period, which prohibits coaches from having face-to-face contact with recruits, started on June 25 and lasts through July 24.

Michigan State coaches indicated they want to sign a quarterback in 2019, Saxton said, and he's excited about the interest from the Spartans but also trying to remain patient. At 6-foot-5 and 195 pounds, he's listed as the No. 34 pro-style quarterback and No. 1,063 player overall in the 2019 class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings.

Saxton, who spent his freshman and sophomore seasons at Westlake High School in Austin, said he threw for 2,151 yards, 30 touchdowns and three interceptions last season while playing for Austin High School before transferring to St. Michael's in the winter. He has 14 offers, including Southern Miss, New Mexico and New Mexico State, and is hoping to receive one from Michigan State.

"If I was offered a scholarship from Michigan State, I would have a serious talk with my family and we'd go over the pros and cons and at the end of that we'd make a decision," Saxton said. "If they offered me, I would schedule an official visit. ... I would get up there as soon as possible."

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The Spartans picked up six commitments in five days last week.

Although Saxton said Michigan State has always been his favorite Big Ten program, he has strong ties close to home as a Texas legacy. His grandfather, James Saxton, was a standout running back for the Longhorns who finished third in the voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1961 and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. His father, Jimmy Saxton, played multiple positions for Texas from 1990-93.

"Texas is Texas," Saxton said, "but I want to go make my own path and do my own thing."

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Keuchel (5-8) struck out seven batters and recorded 10 ground-ball outs.

"I came out attacking the zone and we scored a few runs early," he said. "That alleviated a lot of the stress for me and allowed me to settle in and make some pitches."

The stress for the Astros was saved for the final two innings, with Hector Rondon escaping a bases-loaded jam to end the eighth before closing out the ninth for a 35-pitch save. That was his sixth save this year, and his second of at least four outs.

"It was an impressive ending for him," Hinch said. "I thought we started the game very well and had a little bit of drama there at the end, but good win for us."

Rondon wasn't the only bullpen hero. Tony Sipp was thrown into a bases-loaded mess in the eighth and got Rougned Odor to ground into a fielder's choice on a terrific diving stop by first baseman Yuli Gurriel .

Video: [email protected]: Gurriel dives to start 3-6 fielder's choice

A run scored, but that allowed Rondon to endure a 12-pitch battle against Joey Gallo that ended in a walk before striking out Robinson Chirinos to end the eighth.

Video: [email protected]: Rondon fans Chirinos, strands bases loaded

"I know the hard part to me that inning was [Gallo]," Rondon said. "I feel like he was, in that moment, the only one who could do damage. I know Chirinos is a good hitter, but Gallo has more chance to hit [a homer]. I tried to rest, I tried to breathe and slow everything down."

The Astros sent eight batters to the plate in the first inning against Rangers starter Austin Bibens-Dirkx (1-1), taking a 2-0 lead on a Gurriel single and a Reddick double that barely missed clearing the wall.

Video: [email protected]: Reddick smashes an RBI double to right field

Reddick did clear the wall with one out in the third by hitting his first homer since April 21 to make it 3-1.

Video: [email protected]: Reddick belts a solo homer to right field

"I felt good tonight and put some barrels on the ball, which is something I've been doing for the last week or so and haven't been getting paid for it," Reddick said. "Even though I picked up myself here in the last two weeks, the singles are great, but they do get old when you're trying to drive the ball in the gap and hopefully hit the ball out of the ballpark."

Kemp, the Astros' No. 9-hole hitter, walloped a two-run homer to right field later in the third for a 5-1 lead. It was only the second homer of the season for Kemp. The Astros extended their franchise record for consecutive road games with a homer to 23.

Video: [email protected]: Kemp smacks a 2-run homer to right field

"He made some good pitches tonight, and I was lucky enough to get a changeup in a good zone and able to put a good swing on it," Kemp said. "I think the wind was blowing out a little, so that helped me, too."

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