Miami quarterback Stephen Morris accused South Florida of being a "dirty team" after the Hurricanes defeated the Bulls 49-21 on Saturday. Morris, who had injured an ankle the previous week against Savannah State, limped to the sideline in the second quarter on Saturday after reinjuring his ankle. Morris accused the Bulls of twisting his ankles underneath the pile. "South Florida's a dirty team, to say the least," Morris told the Palm Beach Post. "When you're down and tackled and everything, and everyone's on top, they're going to try to go for your ankles and everything. We were up three, four touchdowns. Ain't no point for me to mess with these guys who are going to play dirty. "It is what it is. I wanted to score 70 points on them. They disrespected us, so I had no respect for them at all. So, at that point, I felt like we should just keep pushing it, keep killing them. The Hurricanes were ahead 21-7 and Morris had thrown for 222 yards and two touchdowns when he left game.
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