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07:26 AM ET 08.30 | Al Golden will open the season with two of the ACC's best offensive skill players, and his team should flourish on one side of the ball. [Miami] will field one of the better offenses in the nation, led by athletic and strong-armed quarterback Stephen Morris. The veteran signal-caller has NFL scouts drooling over his immense talent. ... He will be working behind an experienced offensive line, has a good corps of receivers led by Phillip Dorsett as well as dynamic running back Duke Johnson. The major question mark for Miami is whether a horrid defense can make a big jump at least toward respectability. Coordinator Mark D'Onofrio will try to improve a unit that allowed 30.5 points per game and ranked 97th in the FBS in yards per play allowed in 2012.

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August 30, 2013  08:17 AM ET

Miami's major question mark

Ease. Where is svt?

August 30, 2013  08:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Miami's major question markEase. Where is svt?

Gator Bait!!!

August 30, 2013  09:58 AM ET

The major question mark is when will the NCAA will get off its butt and finally be done with Miami.

August 30, 2013  10:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

The major question mark is when will the NCAA will get off its butt and finally be done with Miami.

No Cred At All has to give Sebastian a few more turns on the spit until he's thoroughly grilled.

August 30, 2013  10:26 AM ET

The big question for Miami? When can they rejoin the Big East so they can actually win their conference LOLOLOL

August 30, 2013  10:36 AM ET

"... The veteran signal-caller has NFL scouts drooling over his immense talent ..."

Really?

August 30, 2013  10:39 AM ET

GO CANES!!

August 30, 2013  10:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

No Cred At All has to give Sebastian a few more turns on the spit until he's thoroughly grilled.

Apparently they like it cooked Cajun style.

August 30, 2013  11:23 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

The big question for Miami? When can they rejoin the Big East so they can actually win their conference LOLOLOL

LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC. The better question is when was the last time the Gators beat the Canes?

August 30, 2013  12:36 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC. The better question is when was the last time the Gators beat the Canes?

Hmmmm, that would be 2008 26-3 in the Swamp and have not played each other since....

August 30, 2013  02:04 PM ET

Ranked 97th in YBP in 2012?


NINETY-SEVENTH?!?!?

August 30, 2013  02:16 PM ET

Nice parody on how stupid and uninformed Hurricane fans are. Although, I don't think Miami is really relevant enough to go to the trouble of making up an identity here on Fannation just to make their fans look like fools.

August 30, 2013  02:31 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC. The better question is when was the last time the Gators beat the Canes?

Nice parody on how stupid and uninformed Hurricane fans are. Although, I don't think Miami is really relevant enough to go to the trouble of making up an identity here on Fannation just to make their fans look like fools.

August 30, 2013  03:06 PM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Nice parody on how stupid and uninformed Hurricane fans are. Although, I don't think Miami is really relevant enough to go to the trouble of making up an identity here on Fannation just to make their fans look like fools.

I hate our fans at times.

Hopefully it was a Gator/Seminole fan.....

August 30, 2013  03:47 PM ET

Al golden deserves some success; the NCAA owes him a break after the mess they've made of their "investigation".

August 30, 2013  06:56 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC.

Huh?

The Gators have had two national championship teams since Miami last won it's conference (The Big East). Miami hasn't won an ACC conference title yet. I'm confused by the first sentence.

August 31, 2013  09:29 AM ET
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LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC. The better question is when was the last time the Gators beat the Canes?

Dude no offense, Florida won the SEC and a national title in 2008. Beat Miami that same year 26-3. Miami hasn't beaten Florida in nearly a decade. And hasn't even played for a single ACC title since moving. Get a clue.

August 31, 2013  09:30 AM ET
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Dude no offense, Florida won the SEC and a national title in 2008. Beat Miami that same year 26-3. Miami hasn't beaten Florida in nearly a decade. And hasn't even played for a single ACC title since moving. Get a clue.

Go Gators!!

August 31, 2013  09:33 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

LOL...The last time the Canes won their conference was the last time the Gators took the SEC. The better question is when was the last time the Gators beat the Canes?

And I tell ya, you Miami fans are so obnoxious that it makes me a Florida State fan for 1 Saturday every season. Hope the Noles beat the **** out of the Canes...again.

 
August 31, 2013  10:01 AM ET
QUOTE(#18):

Go Gators!!

Hell ya! Go Gators!!

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