2020 Record: 8-3
5 ⭐ ………. 2
4 ⭐………. 12
3 ⭐………. 11
No one was really sure what Miami was going to be in 2020; There was plenty of talent scavenged through the transfer portal, but as we’ve all learned that doesn’t guarantee results. It did for the Hurricanes, though. D’Eriq King was outstanding at times, and if the U would have had a D the Hurricanes would have been able to hang with more high powered attacks.
King returns, but depth at WR will be an issue. There are holes left by players off to play on Sundays, but the talent is there to keep them among the second tier in the ACC behind Clemson.
If Things Go Well:
If King continues to improve, and the Canes find him some receivers, they’ll put up points. Weather the D gets better or not will determine if they can move forward or step back.
It They Don’t
If they can’t find depth at WR, and the D doesn’t improve, or worse yet if King can’t fully come back from his ACL injury, it will be right back to mediocrity for Miami.
The talent level is starting to build again. Not your father’s Hurricanes, but they’re ascending. If King is healthy they might even steal a win and land on New Year’s Day.
2021 Miami Hurricanes Football Schedule
|vs Alabama Crimson Tide||BUY TICKETS|
|Appalachian State Mountaineers||BUY TICKETS|
|Michigan State Spartans||BUY TICKETS|
|CCSU Blue Devils||BUY TICKETS|
|Virginia Cavaliers||BUY TICKETS|
|at North Carolina Tar Heels||BUY TICKETS|
|NC State Wolfpack||BUY TICKETS|
|at Pitt Panthers||BUY TICKETS|
|Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||BUY TICKETS|
|at Florida State Seminoles||BUY TICKETS|
|Virginia Tech Hokies||BUY TICKETS|
|at Duke Blue Devils||BUY TICKETS|
|ACC Championship||BUY TICKETS|
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