Florida State, N.C. State, North Carolina and Virginia Tech will come to Sun Life Stadium in A.C.C. play. The Hurricanes will face Boston College, Duke, Georgia Tech and Virginia away from home. Not an easy schedule: it wouldn’t have been an easy schedule even for this year’s team, which went 2-4 against teams with at least seven wins.
Miami in 2012 won’t be Miami in 2011. The Hurricanes will be worse: less talented and less experienced, facing an uphill battle against an unkind schedule in and out of conference play. If 6-6 marked a disappointing finish this season, how will the fan base react to a slide to 4-8 or 5-7 – or even another .500 finish — in 2012?
Last edited by CedarPhin; 12-10-2011 at 03:39 PM.
Actually, a lot of true freshman got playing time, and were pretty good. And as usual, wrong again. Top 5 classes just about every year. Pathetic Noles franchise praises every year. Disappointment, every year. Wash, rinse, repeat. Jimbo Fisher might be worse than Randy Shannon lol. Enjoy.
And losing bums like Jacory Harris, our defensive backs, and to a lesser extent our interior line which was consistently pushed around all year. What losses those are... And who cares about Lamar Miller. Duke Johnson, better get used to that name.
Best 9-4 team in the country....just ask them, they'll tell ya.