Miami (FL), in its fourth year under Al Golden, regressed a bit during the 2014 season. The Hurricanes won just six games and, after losing the Independence Bowl to South Carolina, finished with a losing record for the first time since 2007. A portion of the team’s fan base thinks that the school needs to make a change at the top. Some are expressing it more than others.
Monday, a highway in Miami-Dade had a message for the school’s administration, spelled out in red cups. The fans, who certainly are creative, want Golden to be fired.
Miami-Dade: Eastbound 836 Dolphin Expressway at NW 97th Avenue overpass pic.twitter.com/pnVvLPF99x
— Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) January 5, 2015
Golden has a 28-22 record with the team, and a 16-16 mark in the ACC. He may need a strong 2015 campaign to stave off the naysayers.