College Football Rankings: Miami Hurricanes

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Miami football is first in the ACC Coastal. Clemson is first in the Atlantic. Somewhat surprisingly Florida State is third and Boston College fourth. Miami’s main challenger in the Coastal Divison Virginia Tech is fifth in the ACC and second in the Coastal. The Seminoles and Eagles are both in the Atlantic Division.

Miami had their sessions at the ACC Kickoff Media Days in Charlotte today. Both before and during his time on the podium today Miami Head Coach Mark Richt reiterated that Malik Rosier is the near definitely starter for the Hurricanes opener in Arlington, Texas against LSU on September 2. Richt has repeatedly said that Rosier is the likely starting quarterback for the opener during and since Spring practice.

The question that is revolving around the Miami football program entering 2018 is if Rosier can improve from 2017. ESPN also asks about the Hurricanes offensive line. Richt and Offensive Line Coach Stacy Searles seemed to stabilize the tackles during Spring Practice. Miami was already in good hands at Center with Tyler Gauthier.

The guards on Miami’s Offensive Line are still somewhat of a question mark. Senior Jahair Jones is likely to start on the left side and Hayden Mahoney is tentatively first on the depth chart on the right.

There will be plenty of competition for both spots in training camp. Graduate Transfer Venzell Boulware who has two seasons of eligibility left will be a player to watch on the offensive line.

ESPN’s take on Miami is that 2017 was a season of growth in spite of the three-game losing streak to end the season.

>2. Miami Hurricanes

Last season: 10-3 (ACC: 7-1)

“Even though last season ended in disappointment, Miami still had a breakthrough performance and there is no reason to believe the Hurricanes will take a step back — especially in a division that looks as chaotic as usual.

There are two big questions that could hinder their rise: How much better is quarterback Malik Rosier, and how does the offensive line hold up in front of him?”

Unlike the past three seasons when Miami opened with FCS opponents, the Hurricanes will have to be ready week one. The game against LSU at Jerry World will be a good test. Miami enters the game favored. The Tigers have plenty of question marks entering 2018.

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The toughest game on Miami’s schedule this season will be the November trip to Blacksburg. Florida State comes to Hard Rock Stadium this season. The last two games between Miami and FSU have been decided late.

Source : https://caneswarning.com/2018/07/18/miami-football-second-in-espn-acc-power-rankings-as-expected/

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