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Believe. It’s just one word, but it could be the key to figuring out whether Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden will return to the school in 2012.
When the Miami Hurricanes take the field at Sun Life Stadium Thursday night, they are hoping to avoid last year’s debacle against the Virginia Cavaliers.
The focus for the Miami Hurricanes is beginning to shift from the Nevin Shapiro-scandal to Monday’s game against the Terrapins. But, the Shapiro scandal will still have a big impact on the game.
The growing scandal at the University of Miami continues to show no signs of subsiding anytime soon. Not only is “the U” under fire from the NCAA, but it also has to figure out what to do with the current players implicated in Nevin Shapiro’s allegations.
The Grateful Dead sang in the song Casey Jones, “Trouble ahead, trouble behind.” Those words sum up the scandal casting a dark cloud over the University of Miami’s football and basketball programs.
While the University of Miami is facing possibly the biggest college sports scandal since SMU, Hurricanes head coach Al Golden revealed Wednesday that he wasn’t told of the NCAA’s ongoing investigation when he took the job as UM’s head coach.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football team has become an also-ran in college football for the last several years. But, starting this weekend, a new era kicks off at the school known as “the U,” that has fans and players hopeful for the future.
University of Miami head coach Al Golden reached into the NFL to snag his new offensive coordinator.
University of Miami head football coach Al Golden may be bringing his former defensive coordinator with him to the Hurricanes.