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For UM: Time to Stand and Deliver

If you're a Canes fan, what makes you feel UM can beat Louisville today?

Is it the Canes' 5-0 record when the underdog under Larry Coker's tenure?

Is it their defense?

Or is it because this is the U we're talking about?

One look at this roster, from my perspective, and there are so many question marks, so many reasons to worry.

I'm not saying Miami can't win. I'm saying, what makes you believe they can?

Is it their quarterback, Kyle Wright, who has yet to cement his name among UM's great quarterbacks with a signature drive or a huge game in which he led the team to victory?

Is it the running game, which ran for 2 yards against Florida State and 339 against a Division I-AA opponent?

Is it the receivers, who have yet to catch a ball longer than 27 yards down the field?

Is it the tight end Greg Olsen, who hasn't caught more than 3 passes in a game in his career, other than last year's 8-catch, 137-yard phenomenon against FSU?

Is it the defense, which has produced one sack, one forced fumble and one interception the past two games?

Or is it just faith that somebody is going to stand up today and deliver for a team that needs to be saved?