In tonight’s home game against Virginia, Miami football needed to come out firing. The Hurricanes, on the other hand, did exactly the opposite. Even though starting quarterback D’Eriq King is out, it’s hard to imagine a worse start for the Miami offense than what they’ve put up tonight. The ‘Canes have only 41 yards of total offense with five minutes left in the first half, trailing the Cavaliers 9-0. A loss tonight would drop Miami’s record to 2-3 on the season. Alabama is one of those losses, but the Hurricanes were also thrashed by Michigan State. Even their two victories, a rout of Central Connecticut State and a nail-biter over Appalachian State, aren’t particularly impressive.
Without a doubt, “The U” is in bad shape right now, and much of the college football world is still shocked at how far the program has sunk.
I can’t believe I’ve lived to see Miami be unable to throw the football. For 30 years of my life they were the best or one of the best at it. Now you can’t even tell they practice it.
— Mark Ennis (@MarkEnnis) October 1, 2021
If Miami had any football fans, they’d be really pissed off right now. pic.twitter.com/tMLroyEZkU
— Jeff (BPredict) (@BPredict) October 1, 2021
Miami just tried to run up the middle from their own 1-yard line and lost *squints* 4 yards. They might be bad at football.
— Farmer Jones (@thefarmerjones) October 1, 2021
[wpcc-script async src=” https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js ” The Hurricanes, on the other hand, need to get something going soon.
Otherwise, no matter how much the head coach preaches patience, Manny Diaz’s seat will become even hotter. Nokia News