Miami Hurricanes Football Tickets
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When seven Hurricanes were drafted in this year’s NFL Draft, the frustrated fan base of The U was quick to wonder how such talent, including some of the most explosive offensive weapons in the country, could have only produced a 6-7 record last year. Which, in turn, only increases the heat on coach Al Golden. Golden enters his fifth season with a budding superstar at QB--Brad Kaaya (3,198 yards, 26 TDs)--but without the school’s all-time leading rusher, Duke Johnson, or his two top receivers from last year in Phillip Dorsett and tight end Clive Walford. He’ll look to Stacy Coley, a breakout freshman in 2013 and major sophomore slumper in 2014. Speedy Joseph Yearby and bruising Gus Edwards are the leading names at running back, although four-star Mark Walton could work his way in. Kaaya isn’t much of a mobile quarterback, so establishing the running game with a rebuilding--talented, yet rebuilding--offensive line will be crucial. Miami was supposed to be a perennial contender when they arrived in the ACC in 2004, when in fact they have yet to win 10 games in a season or even their division once in that time. The wait for The U to be “back” has taken seemingly forever, and Golden finds himself in the crosshairs. But he has a weapon Miami also hasn’t had since those glorious Big East days in a potential Heisman-caliber quarterback. Will Kaaya lead the ‘Canes to the promised land? The Miami Hurricanes operate under head coach Al Golden at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The university is amidst a search for a potential new football stadium that would be shared with David Beckham’s MLS team in Downtown Miami. But for now, you can find the ‘Canes at a newly-renovated Sun Life. It may not be the Orange Bowl but it’s the best available home for one of the NCAA’s greatest college football programs. With five national titles since 1983, an NCAA record 58-game home winning streak between 1985 and 1994, the most remarkable collection of NFL talent from the 1980s through now, and a revolutionary swagger to play the game with, Miami has left its mark on college football. They’ve won the five titles (most recently in 2001), made 36 bowl appearances, won nine conference titles, and have a .633 winning percentage. They’ve also sent 318 players to the NFL (tenth-most) including Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp, Reggie Wayne, Edgerrin James, Ed Reed, Michael Irvin, Jim Kelly, Vinny Testaverde, Andre Johnson, Vince Wilfork, Clinton Portis, Frank Gore, Bernie Kosar, Jonathan Vilma, Jimmy Graham, and many more. Miami shares rivalries with Florida State, one of the nation’s best, Notre Dame, and Florida, although they play these two inter-conference far less often. 2015 home opponents include Bethune-Cookman, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, Clemson, UVA, and Georgia Tech. Get your Miami Hurricanes ticket from Gold Coast Tickets today!