Miami football making news with 100 days to CFB lists

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 7: Wide receiver Darrell Langham
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Friday, May 25 marked 100 days until September 1 which is when the College Football season will kick off for the majority of teams. The Miami football teams will begin their season a day later against LSU at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Last season’s 10-3 record, ACC Coastal Division title and Orange Bowl appearance have created a lot of buzz for the Hurricanes. The Miami football team will start the 2018 season in the top ten for the first time since 2005.

The Hurricanes have been the topic of discussion for many college football writers this offseason. It began with the Miami football program 2018 recruiting class. The Hurricanes were eighth in 247 Sports Composite rankings.

There is a lot of anticipation for the 2018 Miami season. Along with the likely top ten ranking, Miami brings back a lot of talent. The secondary and linebacking core has received the most praise entering 2018,

CBSSports.Com and ESPN.Com were the primary media outlets counting the 2018 season down and including the Miami Hurricanes on their list of 100 things to watch entering the season.

ESPN’s Mark Schlabach questioned if Miami is really back following the three-game losing streak to end the 2017 season.

"“Schlabach: Miami’s Mark Richt is already the dean of FBS head coaches in the Sunshine State (12). That didn’t take long! I loved the Turnover Chain last year, but is The U really back (13)? The Hurricanes won a lot of close games in 2017, but that three-game losing streak at the end looked all too familiar. Quarterback Malik Rosier is going to have to play a lot better if Miami is going to unseat Clemson in the ACC (14).”"

Schlabach wrote the 100 things to watch 100 days until college football kicks off post with Ryan McGee. McGee mentioned the Hurricanes when questioning the job status of LSU’s Ed Orgeron. Miami will be favored to defeat the Tigers. It begins what is a gauntlet of games in 2018 for Orgeron and LSU. McGee said: