The Hurricanes may be entering a new era of Miami football this season under first-year head coach Mark Richt, but it may be too early in the process to see them gain any significant ground in the ACC, with Clemson and FSU firing on all cylinders. Luckily for the ‘Canes, neither the ‘Noles or the Tigers are on their side of the conference.
The best thing going for Miami is the return of junior quarterback Brad Kaaya, who will lead the Hurricanes on the field for the third consecutive season. With Kaaya under center, they will continue to improve. It’s going to take time, though, before “The U” is back.
“It’s all about getting better.”
Watch & Listen: WR coach Ron Dugans was mic’d up for Day Five of Spring Practice.https://t.co/bgwE2tGX6Y
— Miami Hurricanes (@MiamiHurricanes) March 25, 2016
While we expect Miami to make immediate strides under Richt, we also expect that this hire will create impossible expectation. For that reason, the ‘Canes are likely going to be overrated heading into 2016.