August 16, 2007

Ferman: My team analysis

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Nobody seems to be able to get a gauge on what the realistic expectation should be for the Miami Hurricanes entering the 2007 season. Vegas has lowered the odds of the Hurricanes winning the national title from 60-1 in the spring to the current neighborhood of 30-1, depending on which casino you poll. Randy Shannon hasn't tried tempering expectations, telling boosters that he intends to win every single game.

So where is the truth? On one side or the other? 12-0 or 8-4? Or somewhere right down the middle?

Let's be honest. Miami coming off a 7-6 season is the nation's greatest mystery team.

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