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It looks like Miami will be without several players for the upcoming Russell Athletic Bowl.

The Hurricanes announced on Saturday that seven players had been suspended for the bowl game, including
key defender and former Florida Gator Gerald Willis.

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Willis is the most significant of the player suspended. The defensive lineman was responsible for 5.5 tackles for loss this season, as well as 1.5 sacks and two pass breakups. Willis and freshman defensive back Cedrick Wright are the only of the seven players to have received significant playing time this season.

Miami and Mark Richt are set to play in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Wednesday, Dec. 28 against West Virginia.