A lost decade for Miami Football program

It’s not hard for everyone to agree the Miami football program was the team of the 1980s. Who can forget Alonzo Highsmith at the University of Miami but we will get to that soon.

The Miami football program was easily one of the best sources of NFL players in the early 2000s. So, this decade is one we can all be glad to put in the rearview mirror. Still Miami continued to pump out NFL players. Frank Gore is in his 15th season.

That makes the days of current NFL players wearing College National championship rings from the Miami football program all but over for now. New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite nights of the year and then New Year’s Day is usually a day to reflect on what went wrong in the past and what you’re going to do to fix the future.

This is the time of year when most people pick up going to the gym and start a new diet which generally doesn’t last. The question is what are the Hurricanes going to do differently? The departure of Miami offensive coordinator Dan Enos is something everybody had no choice but to just accept.

Virtually every team in college football can figure out how to move the ball up and down the field and score. Even with one of the best defenses in the country which helped keep the Miami football team in every game, the Hurricanes have been unable to move the ball. So what is the Miami football program’s New Year’s resolution?

Could it be bringing Alonzo Highsmith who is seemingly expressed an interest? Is it trying to see if Ken. Dorsey wants to come home and reboot the offense? Often in reading Twitter like so many others, I see a lot of really bad and negative things being posted. It bothers me. Fans should be supporting their team not tearing it down.

There is a problem with the way the Miami football team is being managed. There is a problem when the Hurricanes have so many profoundly talented players united on a single team and management can’t figure out what to do. An eight or nine-win team every year going forward is probably the best-case scenario right now.

If the Hurricanes want to ever see the epic and dominating ways they once enjoyed they need to go backward in time and pull some of the greatest players ever set foot on the University of Miami, Coral Gables campus back into the program. These guys are the ones who built Miami and they are the only ones who can save it.

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