2018 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Miami Hurricanes and Wisconsin Badgers Preview materials. I cover the Hurricanes 5 holiday wish list items for 2019, the 5 must have targets for February signing day, how to stop the Badgers offense and score on the Wisconsin defense!
Click here- Miami Football: 5 holiday wish list items for Hurricanes in 2019
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Click here- Film Preview: 2018 Pinstripe Bowl, Wisconsin Badgers Offense
Click here- Film Preview: 2018 Pinstripe Bowl, Wisconsin Badgers Defense
This post will be a running update since it’s a 3 part series and as people are hired I need to keep adding to it. I’m taking a look at the personnel, success, fit, and scheme of potential offensive coordinator candidates for the Miami Hurricanes. Mark Richt’s current system is scaring away wins and recruits with the inept nature of his antiquated game plans.
Justin flies solo but takes a 180 this week and breaks down Miami at Virginia from the eyes of a coach. Tidbits are included from the R4 quarterback manuals called “From Helmet to Headset” and “Adapt or Die” by Darin Slack and Dub Maddox. Justin also looks into in-game decision making, the personnel decisions that make Mario Cristobal a winner at Oregon, and games to watch in week 8. This is VERY DIFFERENT for the usual Coachspeak mid-season conversation.
The Miami Hurricanes are hosting the UNC Tar Heels on Thursday night. Here are 3 bold predictions for the Tar Heels at Hurricanes.
The Miami Hurricanes will host the UNC Tar Heels on Thursday, September 27th at 8pm eastern on ESPN. The 3-1 Hurricanes are ranked 17th per the S&P+ while the Tar Heels are sitting at 1-2 while ranked 78th overall. Miami could start N’Kosi Perry at quarterback while the Heels head football coach Larry Fedora is expected to start Nathan Elliott while playing Chazz Surratt, too.