Miami Hurricanes 4-0 Start is Far From Perfect

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Running back Travis Homer
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“Refuse to lose” is probably echoed hollowly in locker rooms across the country. Foam mouthed coaches implore and emphatically demand you adhere to this mantra. When a team refuses to lose, its representation on the field is often times manifested in magnificence.

Rosier walks back on the field to a boisterous, hostile rabid tomahawking fan-base with seconds remaining. Defiantly confident Rosier waves his hands and signals the Tallahassee tribe to bring it. Get louder. Go ahead. Rosier wanted the Seminole faithful loud because their silence would be crowned upon his head. Seminole hearts were now in his hand. By now you know the outcome.

Miami refused to lose. If the meteoric return of the U were to materialize it would essentially need a Genesis. Not the Sega one. The moment where the Miami Hurricanes simply encoded a DNA that refuses to accept defeat. Nine straight refusals of defeat are a favorable sequencing. The latest refusal was the most breathtaking. It was vs. FSU.

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Miami needs to continue its winning ways vs. a Georgia Tech team that is four and one on the year. This is not a trap game. Georgia Tech’s offense gets every opposing coach’s attention the second the schedule is released. Stay Hot Hurricanes.