On December 30th everything changed for Miami. Manny Diaz, the recently hired Temple Head Coach, had decided to drop Temple for Miami. It was the first time I think anybody has seen a coach flip ever. It didn’t even seem possible. But ever since the flip, Manny Diaz got rid of the problem that was holding Miami back; the entire offensive staff. Manny decided to start fresh
I will be the first one to say that I thought Alabama was going to beat Clemson, but that beast at quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, said other wise
Just think about it, Miami does not have a solidified starting quarterback. Martell could come in and win the job immediately.
Shaq Quarterman is coming back to Miami
Just as quickly as he became head coach, after Mark Richt retired yesterday morning, Manny Diaz has relieved the entire offensive coaching staff at Miami of their jobs. Many thought that maybe Todd Hartley might be able to withstand the change, but even he hit the chopping block. […]
Well it has been well documented over the last 10 or so years, Miami’s offense has not been anything like their in-state counter parts. Most would say Miami is stuck in the early 2000s rather than innovative. I agree with this sentiment, I believe Miami has not developed […]
Something happened on Saturday that I don’t think has happened in a very long time, but the entire state of Florida that played on Saturday in D1 football loss. These L’s wasn’t just L’s, they were big losses. From Miami getting their butts kicked on Friday to a […]
I love the hype behind teams and franchises, but there are some truths that we dismiss or act like we do not see what is right in front of us. The Sad Truth is that the Miami hurricanes are not good or great, they are average at best. […]