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Hurns named team MVP at Hurricanes award banquet

The Miami Hurricanes football team held its 2013 Canes Football Awards Show on Saturday night at the Maurice Gusman Concert Hall located inside the Frost School of Music.

Joe Zagacki, the “Voice of the Miami Hurricanes”, served as the awards show’s emcee. The show opened with the top 13 plays of the 2013 season.

The Hurricanes coaching staff handed out 21 annual player awards. Freshman WR/KR Stacy Coley was named the team’s Newcomer of the Year; junior LB and Butkus Award semifinalist Denzel Perryman was named Defensive MVP, while senior OG and Senior Bowl participant Brandon Linder was named Offensive MVP.

Second-team All-America P Pat O’Donnell was named Special Teams MVP and senior WR Allen Hurns was awarded the Jack Harding Team Most Valuable Player award.

Throughout the evening, several video messages from prominent #ProCanes were played for the team – Warren Sapp, Michael Irvin, Andre Johnson, Clinton Portis, Ed Reed, Jon Beason, Antrel Rolle, Devin Hester and Greg Olsen.

QB Stephen Morris was the recipient of the Plumer Award for Leadership, Motivation and Spirit. Senior DE Shayon Green received the Melching Leadership Award. Both awards are voted on by the team.

At the end of the night, head coach Al Golden thanked the senior class and all 25 seniors were presented with their framed jersey.

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prepare for ANOTHER national televised beat down with all the recruits watching how great al golden is....

Posted by: Jim Gallo | December 17, 2013 at 01:42 PM
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Actually, I see-R one of these two squads winning a CLOSE ball game.

It's too bad that the Canes have Marky Mark in the booth and what not.

Because Miami, Florida Hurricane football DESERVES BETTER! If U Know What I Mean.

Yeah, yeah both Goldie nd' Marky Mark don't have the quality GAMER'S on defense, and what not, yet. hUh

D, you'll never see a GKC/mountaincane post that doesn't mention myself, U, "Sybil" or Calvin--its utterly impossible.

Men run and own him, so he's just *jealous* that we take the liberty and freedom to think for ourselves and not solely believe what the prevailing groupthink says.

I mean, didn't man on another blog give him an ultimatum not to post here anymore or he'd ban him over on Cultspace--and mountaincane obliged by changing his name to GKC here? Thats all U need to know about this "man".

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 17, 2013 at 06:07 PM
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I hear U, H.T.C.

And now, the MAN at Cultspace is telling one and all FREE THINKERS ( Dissenters ), to trek over to the M-H Cane forum. That's if they dare to be the HERETIC and what not. LOL

How do y'all possibly keep track of who said what and when, and why care. Agree to disagree and move on.....

By consistently being on the blog when it was posted. Just like U just saw our posts, I saw the 86 ultimatum post here. So if U blog consistently you'll see strange things occur. Also D and I both have been banned from Cultspace for speaking our minds, so an action like banning understandably is taking as personal--because it is personal. "Agree to disagree and move on..." is the advice that should've prevailed then. GKC/mountaincane is SOUP's mouth piece here, so you'll have to ask him why he still cares, when we were the ones banned and don't post there anymore. thats why I label his obsessive heckling to be simple jealousy. U would think that his master won by banning us (Calvin, and many others included), but they still want to silence us here.

Obviously its more than "agreeing to disagree" plus definite difficulties in "moving on". I just can't say that its on my part. Its not about differing opinions, its been made person and GKC acts that aggression out via his posts.

Its funny reading these naysayers. We were pushed around on both the lines of scrimmage in 2005 by LSU. That was the beginning of the end. Get this, LSU only punted once compared to us punting 8 times.

We were pushed around by BC in 2011 and lost the final game because our guys were not strong enough. Al comes in and no one fails the fitness test in year 3. Our OL held the Nagurski award winner to his lowest production of the year. Our D was conditioned well too. I am of the opinion that some critical players were playing hurt during the second half of the season when our stats exploded badly.

Our guys were prepared and focused in almost all of the games although the execution was lacking. Coaching continuity on the offensive side of the ball would have paid dividends this year.

No one is pleased with 500 yards given up to VT with the worst QB imaginable or with the loss to Duke. But, it is obvious the coaches are developing players well. With the NCAA mess gone, we can only get better.

Sunny dee, the only place where shannon got caught up with the size issue was at cornerback, he preferred taller corners, other than that, everything else pretty much stayed the same. But us having size at corner, that philosophy didn't hurt us until he kept trying to use randy phillips at cornerback, once randy was able to go to his natural position which was safety, we started getting better as a defense.

Thats cool but its ok to refute opinions because its a blog of course, but U never attempt to compete with facts and stats when they're posted. U magically appear to combat supposed conjecture when your own posts are solely based in it as well.

There were articles about Golden, Swasey, and the state of strength and conditioning at UM a few years back. I deduced my opinion from these articles.

"1. Shannon told Swasey to make them small and fast..."

LOL, but U have the nerve to complain.

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 17, 2013 at 04:50 PM

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Like I said. I was there. Just stop making stuff up and I won't "magically appear"... I can call you out with conviction because I know the truth.

Don't state opinions that paint people in a negative light without something factual behind it. That's poor form and I hope you're better than that. I have nothing personal against anyone here, because I don't know you, but you are being blinded by your dislike and creating phantasmal tales of []_[] destruction by Golden.

Just stop...

If you want to criticize Golden, then fine. Use facts like ammunition to back up your critique/opinion, but don't talk about how he feels about Swaysey. You don't know anything about that, sorry. No free pass bruh.

To tell you the truth, that's where this thing jumps the shark. Too much fantasy supported by make-believe delusions of grandeur.

Any time you or anyone tries to pass off that nonsense, I'll be right here.

meantime, blog on.

And you and can check what I said about Shannon, too.

You'll see I'm not like you.

These dudes/women are comical. No matter how you want to down play what is happening to our defense by mentioning Shannon's shortcomings you can't run from the facts. Here's the yard total for all of the games they keep bringing up

2005 Peach bowl
LSU -468 yards
Horrible lost to USF
USF- 294
Orange bowl blow out
Virginia- 418 yards

So use all the adjectives you want about Shannon or his lazy, undisciplined, out of shape, no heart players, at their worst (since these are the most referenced games by the slurpers)they still didn't give up 500 yards.

Now who's going to post the yardage given up by the Mac Staff in our last five games?

"1. Shannon told Swasey to make them small and fast..."

LOL, but U have the nerve to complain.

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How do you do that? Make them small? Really. So he told his strength coach to make them small? I call BS.

And for the Five guy posting about Chick being faster and more explosive,

What do your eyes see. Do you see a more explosive and faster Chick? For those that know this game you understand short area quickness and not forty time is most important. They could definitely increase the forty time and still diminish their short area quickness by gaining too much weight.

Did you by any chance see where the NFL scout stated Chick would need to lose weight to even be effective at the next level? Something isn't right here and it's obvious. Golden is saying put on weight and the NFL guy say that's not helping.

Next man Up, pleaaasssse get over yourself, just because U went to Um doesn't mean that your opinions hold more weight than anyone else's on a blog. If U were there, and thats such a self-promotional point, then why are U here? If U are above using what one knows to deduce one's own opinion about a matter, than why come here where people are definitely doing just that.

i can talk about whatever I want and u have the right to moan about it as if U are the authority on all things UM. No coincidence that all of your posts are in line with the commercials U hear and obey. So educated yet so gullible. U paid them to teach u how to stand in line. And probably still owe them till this day. They got a good one though. Hail Golden.

I posted exactly what he said himself about Swasey, he said, Swasey was fine, it was the culture around Swasey that affected the players flawed conditioning, not Swasey himself. He said that U-Tough is a culture changing program.

U aren't smart because U choose to blind-follow and behave like a lap dog barking whenever someone gets close to your master--when U truly have no bite.

When it come to knowing what a championship team looks like, I'll trust Shannon's eye before I trust Golden's. One has been around to see multiple championship teams, the other is writing a book about some shat he knows nothing about.

And I wouldn't chose either to head coach my team, but I wouldn't mind one to coach the defense.

U aren't smart because U choose to blind-follow and behave like a lap dog barking whenever someone gets close to your master--when U truly have no bite.
Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 17, 2013 at 10:27 PM

^^^^^^^^

Dayum

http://youtu.be/xihgWDG-nsc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZVhFQLtuGg

The New Raising Canes video just came out!!!!

Its titled, "By Any Means Necessary"

So use all the adjectives you want about Shannon or his lazy, undisciplined, out of shape, no heart players, at their worst (since these are the most referenced games by the slurpers)they still didn't give up 500 yards.

Now who's going to post the yardage given up by the Mac Staff in our last five games?

Posted by: DaU

How many of Golden's defenses lost 48-0? Or 40-0. 52-13? Nope. Shannon was blown out like that many times.

Opposing offenses scored over 40 points on our defense 3 times in a row, just this season.

2012
52-13 KSU
41-3 ND


Duke 48-30
Fsu 41-14
Vtech 42-24

ALL IN YEAR 3 not year 1

Posted by: HarrietTubmanCane | December 17, 2013 at 10:27 PM

Right. You're obviously hurt, and like your friend you also resort to personal attacks when your logic fails. Please, don't get emotional.

I realize i've said way too much and, without divulging how I know what I know, it's not fair to claim my knowledge is superior to your lack of knowledge. Correct, I'm not above anyone, I'm just not into making things up.

Think/opine whatever you like, yes, you are entitled...

As far as why i'm here? Simple, i'm a fan above all and like to keep an ear on the ground.


How do you do that? Make them small? Really. So he told his strength coach to make them small? I call BS.

And for the Five guy posting about Chick being faster and more explosive,

What do your eyes see. Do you see a more explosive and faster Chick? For those that know this game you understand short area quickness and not forty time is most important. They could definitely increase the forty time and still diminish their short area quickness by gaining too much weight.

Did you by any chance see where the NFL scout stated Chick would need to lose weight to even be effective at the next level? Something isn't right here and it's obvious. Golden is saying put on weight and the NFL guy say that's not helping.


Posted by: DaU | December 17, 2013 at 10:00 PM

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I think the problem here is that we are trying to turn Chick into something that he is not naturally. He is a 4-3 SDE naturally yet the coaching staff is making him bulk up to 3-4 DE. And in result we are seeing a loss of some of his explosiveness. This is why NFL scouts are syaing he may have to lose weight to get back to his natural position.

The best thing to do in this situation is change the system to fit the players, not change the players to fit the system.

"How do you do that? Make them small?"

Posted by: DaU | December 17, 2013 at 10:00 PM

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It's the opposite of bulky. High rep training and diet. Talk a personal trainer of any sort and they can guide you in a little more detail.

I agree dirtyred and have been stating mult times that this staff keeps trying to play players in unnatural positions and hence this gives off further impression that we lack talent when in reality the talent is always there, it might not be elite but better than what they show on the field, but the dc talent is lacking and he conts to force players into a scheme not suited for them. A good dc is flexible and creates a defensive scheme around the players he has even if its outside his comfort zone.

Also good coaches get their players to overachieve dno gets them to underachieve

Right. You're obviously hurt, and like your friend you also resort to personal attacks when your logic fails. Please, don't get emotional.

I realize i've said way too much and, without divulging how I know what I know, it's not fair to claim my knowledge is superior to your lack of knowledge. Correct, I'm not above anyone, I'm just not into making things up.

Think/opine whatever you like, yes, you are entitled...

As far as why i'm here? Simple, i'm a fan above all and like to keep an ear on the ground.

Posted by: Next Man []_[]p | December 18, 2013 at 12:12 AM
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"I'm a fan *above all* and like to keep an ear *on the ground" lmao!!!!

Are U serious? So where do U usually reside or dwell--in the clouds?? Let me guess--U are Neo or Zeus and Golden is your prized Hercules--thats it.

U can't tell Us how U attained your elevated "knowledge" other than to say U were there--U seem to be everywhere--should I repent for having an opinion that is based in my own inductive reasoning--taking specific events and making a general conclusion out of them? On a football blog.

If U have so much more knowledge than Us than why is it so hard for not to berate posters for stating opinions? Why would U subject yourself to our reasonings when U have the answers already? That has to be frustrating for U.

And how exactly did U reason, think/opine" that I"m "hurt" or "emotional"? Was it all of my caps, profanity, and exclamation points? I am and was just as calm as U supposedly are. I took your previous post as a personal attack, just like U are taking my response to it. But isn't that an opinion? I thought U were above having those, due to your knowledge of things?

"I realize I've said way too much.." Really? What exactly have U said aside from U were there, I'm wrong and I should stop?

Does those words prove that my logic failed? If so, then I disagree. U haven't proven anything Clark Kent. Dude trying to bring back the old, "I'm an insider" one upper blogging claim and swag from the early 2000's. gtfoh.

I don't care who U are or who U know--I don't believe U or him.

how many yards do we give up to Louisville ?

450 -- 490 -- 500 -- 525 -- 550 + ?

How many yards will Gatr Trash defense give up in its bowl game? Errrr, its bowl game is next August against the Mighty Idaho Vandals.

Take Idaho laying the points. It is, the new, Gatr Trash Nation.

bring back butch davis......

butch davis - HC
jim coley - OC
randy shannon - DC

love to see that.....

What's the Cane Basketball team ranked ?

Posted by: Axed No One | December 17, 2013 at 01:20 PM


Posted by: Soldy is dead ... R.I.P. | September 11, 2013 at 10:01 PM


C'est la vie Arty ... It's been real brother.

^^^^^^

couldn't possibly be dumber than you, Marine 9/11 .

Axe Yo Momma, Pig.

Louisville averages 453 years per game on offense....UM averages 518 since the FSU games, I'd say UM comes it at 520 defensive yards.....around there.

given that Louisville defense averages 257 yards per game.....prepare for total embarrassment.....

Real Gallo, I know that since I saw what he did to kill the Sun Sentinel blog. Look at their comments in July, 2008, before he got there. They could agree and disagree, and there was even a REAL gatr fan named James on there, who could disagree without trolling.

Then this guy came along, and Shandel would listen every time he demanded someone be banned. All the regulars left, and it is to the pont now where there are NO comments left on the Sun Sentinel blog.

Once he killed that, he chased Canes fans that had left him over to the Palm Beach Post, where he used the same pattern of death threats followed by reporting to get Canes fans banned from there. Take a look at that blog now. Dead.

Now he is here, trying to do the same thing. Watch what you say in response to him, he is EAGER for them to remove you and me and any other Canes fans on here, at an IP level. Protect yourself from his sick game.

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shut the fu@k Up []_[] lil beetch

gotta tip my fedora to the master troll.

Anyone and everyone who uses the word garner more than once a decade is a faux intellectual.

NEW YORK -- Suspensions and injuries, so forth and so on.

The song of this Florida basketball team has been played on the strings of a tiny violin. Not that the Gators were courting sympathy they wouldn't get, anyway.

This season thus far has been about what the Gators didn’t have because of injuries, both real and self-inflicted.

Let’s, however, talk about what Florida has -- perhaps the most complete team since Billy Donovan won back-to-back championships.

Solid big man? Patric Young. Check.

Inside presence? Will Yeguete. Check.

Shooter? Michael Frazier II. Check.

Wing player who can go inside or stretch you outside? Dorian Finney-Smith. Check.

Savvy point guard? Scottie Wilbekin. Check.

Gifted, impossible-to-stop athlete and potential wild card? Casey Prather. Check.

Defense? Check.

Great coach? Check.

Potential wunderkind freshman-in-waiting? Chris Walker. Check.

Florida has been to three consecutive Elite Eight games, but in each of those runs, something was missing.

What’s missing now?

Nothing.

“Florida is an elite team," Memphis coach Josh Pastner said after his team lost to the Gators 77-75 in the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday. “We’ve played two elite teams -- Oklahoma State and Florida."

What makes Florida all the more intriguing, though, is that which you can’t quantify.

The Gators have scars, which Donovan talked about after the Gators' win Tuesday night.

He didn't speak as if his team is hung up on what it hasn’t accomplished, but it knows what it means to have scars.

Nobody has those anymore. Teams don’t cart painful memories around because players don’t last long enough to build up memories together. What you did lately has the shelf life of maybe six months. It’s all about muscle memory, not collective memories.

But the Gators have four seniors, which essentially qualifies them for AARP benefits. These are guys who remember the successes of three consecutive Elite Eight runs but also the flip side of three could-be Final Fours that ended short of the doorway.

“They’ve got a lot of scars on them; they’ve been through a lot," Donovan said. “And maybe it’s because they’ve been scarred enough and wounded enough, they understand that this is a journey."

The journey, however, could be another awfully good one for Donovan.

What he’s done at Florida is nothing short of exceptional. Pastner said after the game that the Hall of Fame should just bypass whatever grace period it has and induct Donovan immediately.

He was being flip, but the reality will be there someday.

This is a man who came into a football school, won two titles and watched that entire roster leave, only to rebuild the team into an elite winner again.

Yet because those successes ended in regional final berths and not the last weekend, Florida gets pushed back into the pack of good teams, not great ones.

That could change this season. Kentucky waltzed into the season as the prohibitive favorite in the SEC, but compare the Wildcats to the Gators right now. Each has been through its own share of hard luck and trials, yet Florida has emerged much more cleanly.

Why? Scars and experience. Losing a player to an injury and waiting for your point guard to serve multiple suspensions is nothing when you’ve been through things together. You get by.

“We’re just focused on right now," Prather said. “That’s all we think about is right now."

That doesn’t mean the Gators will march to the title. If this early season has proven to be anything, it is wildly unpredictable. Asked if he could exhale after coming through a run of four ranked opponents with a 3-1 record, Donovan said with utmost seriousness that he already was worried about Fresno State.

Nothing is in the bag. Florida isn’t so good that it can just kick back and wait for March to roll around.

Joakim Noah isn’t walking through that door, and so forth.

But this Florida team has the blocks upon which a champion can be built, the core fundamentals that we see more often than not (Kentucky and Anthony Davis being the anomaly).

Florida lost two games -- one by six at Wisconsin and one on a buzzerbeater at Connecticut. Neither time did they have their full roster.

And now they do.

"This is our team now; this is our core," Donovan said.

The rest of the world might be breathlessly awaiting the NCAA to allow Walker to make his debut because, after all, what are you these days without a stud freshman? Everyone has one!

But Donovan isn’t waiting on Walker, who enrolled in school this week. He watched him get eaten alive by Young in practice because he's a wide-eyed teenager going up against a man.

Walker is not the savior. And more importantly, he doesn’t need to be.

Florida has plenty just the way it is.

Canes can win vs Louisville with the right mindset----we aren't going to have a defense appear from nowhere. Louisville will score more than 40 points.

We simply need to outscore them. That means when it is 4th and 2 from our 45 we go for it, unlike the Duke game where we punted and they got back to the same spot after 2 plays. Need to treat every possession as if it is the last drive, like the UNC game.

March, uh, no one cares.

Ahhh, yes, the lip-quivering Pig is back. Dusted himself off after the Canes pouned the Gatr Trash. Cried his lil' eyes out after 9/11, found the courage after a winless October and November for the Gatr Trash and now, finally, the Arty/Soldy Pig shines as usual.

You.....still....suck....Pig. Vagotis thinks you are a Pig as well.

Hola, Arturo. The slob is back. Let's pound him so he keeps coming back.

Gatr TRash. BWWWWHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAA.

"sob, sob, sob, Floridian-American."

"Can't we all just get along?"

"Love they trailertrash neighbor."

/s/

The blog Pig Soldy

You will be repeatedly crushed, Pig. All 55 years of you.

UL's defense hasn't faced an offense like UM's and Coley's. No one can check Coley, Dorsett, Hurns, and Waters all on any play--one will come free--the issue has been the inconsistency of Morris. And this is his last game with a healed ankle. For them to stop our offense they have to get to Morris. That means that their DL must defeat our OL. Or Strong must deploy some effective blitz packages that disrupt Morris's focus--which is doable.

Like Sunny Dee said, UM's defense is effective at the beginning of every season or after time to heal and regroup. The scheme to "bend but not break" actually has proven to break the players as the season progresses and they get worn out--not because of bad conditioning or weigh room numbers, but because of the scheme itself. Retreating to allow completions in front of U and engaging blockers so that they can choose a hole to run thru--is a mentally, emotionally, physically and psychologically draining exercise. No U-Tough goal or initiative can counteract idiotic coaching.

The defense will do well for a half because the players have had time to recovery from the weekend to weekend hamster and wheel lab test of a defensive scheme they're unfortunately exposed to.

Assertions that the soft d drains players is just that, a factless assertion. Louisville will score 40+. We need to respond accordingly on O.

psssssssssssssssssssttt ...

shut the fu@k Up []_[] lil beetch

Posted by: THE DON ... that is SOLDY !!! | December 18, 2013 at 11:31 AM

Make me shut up, you coward. As we can see above, every time you get called out with facts, you resort to insults and lies and name-calling, with no facts. And you have backed down so often that we know you have no RIGHT to tell a Canes fan to shut up on a Canes blog, fool. Go back to gatr clause, that dead blog that lost it's bandwagon, and abide by your claim that you were going to stop with the trolling.

I guess the downward defensive stat trend of points scored against and yards given up as the last 3 seasons progress and come to an end, are just factless assertion.

Hey coward, it looks like you are begging for retaliation on the gatr blog for your sick actions here.
Fine. I have asked folks to leave you to your own sorrow with that 4-8 pathetic display, with no NCAA excuse, losing to GA southern, but you want to come back here joking about the death of Canes players and telling Canes fans that they can no longer post on a Canes blog, well, when anyone that decides to bring up the disgusting history of the gatrs, like Aaron Hernandez, you will have NO RIGHT to demand they stop.

You start trouble, don't cry like the coward you are when it gets thrown back in your face, name changing fellow.

Oh, and posting a totally unrelated article about the gatrs on a Canes blog, when the RIVALRY IS OVER, shows that you also want to read Canes articles on the gatr blogs. You know, like ones talking about our bowl game. I didn't see any articles about YOUR bowl game on here, name changing fellow.

Now, go running to the Herald and complain that I called you a coward. It is what you do, coward.

I wonder how Chris Rainey's ex girlfriend thinks of dating a gatr. Or Ashley Slonina, dating a gatr sure turned out badly for her.

Maybe you had better back off before it gets really bad in both sites, coward.

It's not just the schemes that are wearing out our D, it's our O either scores too quickly, or too many 3 n outs, and the D can't get rested. Hoping that we can reverse that trend for the bowl game and turn the tables, because we're not a pushover for UL and thay might just come in feeling a bit over confident, and that could play against them.

Trying to run Canes fans off again. Face it, you have no guts, no nuts, and no power here, coward.

You better check with jls before starting up a new hassle, gatrslum, you racist pig.

Well, the blog Pig Soldy does have nuts, just not in the usual place.

Dey be in his MOUF. Ain't that right, Soldy "9/11" Pig?

BWWWHAHAHAHA.

Well, he is making the choice he makes, and the rest of us will have to choose our own path. He has been warned, but it appears he doesn't care about discussion, on either board, and just wants scorched earth and napalm. Of course that is only as long as he doesn't have to meet someone face to face. THEN he suddenly talks about all of us getting along.

Stopping Louisville is more than just stopping Teddy Bridgewater. In his worst two games, against UConn and Houston, it was actually the running game in the end that saved them. However, it was interesting that both teams essentially allowed the run in order to stop Bridgewater.

I think that won't work for us, but instead we need to do run blitzes, fill all gaps, and force the QB to pass, or force the UL offense to leave more folks in for blocking. If we can make their offense one dimensional, we have a better chance of winning the game.

The only other time Bridgewater played that poorly, it was in the rain against Southern Miss. But that would hurt Morris as well, so I won't be hoping for rain. I will instead be hoping this new turf doesn't injure a Canes player. Miami wins that last game up there if not for the turf being so disgustingly poor.

As for the other side of the ball, a Miami team that has engineered gamewinning comebacks going against a defense that is not that good, and blew a 21 point lead to UCF, could mean that in the end, it isn't the Miami defense that is the biggest concern, but the Louisville defense against the weapons Miami has on offense.

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