Many college football pundits consider the early 2000 Miami Hurricanes as some of the most talented teams in college football history.

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The quarterback of that Golden Era of Canes football, Ken Dorsey, joined the Joe Rose Show this morning on WQAM to chat about his current gig as quarterbacks coach for the Carolina Panthers, the state of Miami football, and how he nearly left the NFL for a college job this year.

“Something came up where I was close to going back to college this year,” Dorsey said. “There was some consideration there at an offensive coordinating position but obviously it’s got to be the right position.

“I think I would love to do college and everything like that. It’s great to be able to work with college players and be able to develop them.”

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When Joe Rose predicted that someday we’re going to see Dorsey back in college football as a coordinator and then as a head coach, the former All-American didn’t deny it.

“That very well could happen,” Dorsey said. “You never know. I do love college football and it’s a fun atmosphere and you never know what will happen.”

Which program will be the one to give the two-time Heisman finalist a shot?

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