Miami Hurricanes coach Mark Richt says TE Michael Irvin II ‘won’t play’ until he does ‘what he’s suppose to’ off the field

The Miami Hurricanes are a perfect 6-0, but not everything is honky dory for everybody. Sophomore tight end Michael Irvin II wasn’t dressed during the team’s victory against Syracuse.

When asked about it Sunday, Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt didn’t mince words, making it sound as though Irvin wouldn’t return anytime soon.

“Irvin hasn’t done what he’s supposed to do off the field and until he does, we won’t let him play,” Richt said Sunday night according to Susan Miller Degnan of The Miami Herald.

Irvin is the son of NFL Hall of Fame and former Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Michael Irvin, but the tight end sat out last year’s Russell Athletic Bowl for violating unspecified team rules. He has 3 catches for 39 yards this season as Miami’s backup tight end, but The Palm Beach Post called him indefinitely suspended on Sunday.

Without Irvin, Miami will count on freshman Brian Polendey and walk-on Malik Curry for depth at tight end behind senior Christopher Herndon.

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