Connect with us

Miami Hurricanes

It’s Time To Believe In The Canes Again

It’s time to believe again.

Coming off of a 6-7 season, the Miami Hurricanes have cleaned up all their problems that made their season an atrocity.

Offensive Coordinator and QB Coach Dan Enos, GONE. Offensive Line Coach Butch Barry, GONE.

The liabilities for the Hurricanes offense last season were the quarterback play and the offensive line. Fast forward a month from the embarrassing 14-0 loss to LA Tech, and Miami has owned the new year.

(Photo Credit: Steve Mitchell/ USA Today Sports

Manny Diaz has done an excellent job filling in needs and addressing the problems the Miami Hurricanes faced in 2019.

Also, the Hurricanes acquired DE Quincy Roche from the transfer portal. In addition, Miami welcomed 13 early enrollees, the most in Miami Hurricanes history, and the 12th ranked recruiting class.

King, Roche, and Borregales come into Miami as Graduate Transfers and will make an immediate impact for the U. Check out our articles analyzing the transfers.

Moving into the spring, the next step is for the team to continue to work hard and build a family bond. There’s a lot Miami has to prove to make up for the disappointing last two seasons.

With all the new additions, from staff to player personnel, the Miami Hurricanes have put the football program in the right direction.

It’s only February, and the season opener isn’t until September 5th, so there could still be more good news coming to Miami.

This off-season has made me restore my faith in Miami Hurricanes football. The new approach taken by Manny Diaz and his staff makes Hurricanes fans like me euphoric.

Born and raised in Miami, Anthony is the Editor-In-Chief of Immaculata-La Salle High School’s student newspaper. As the Founder and Owner of 305Sports, Anthony covers all Miami Sports.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

More in Miami Hurricanes