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SB Nation CFB: 2012 Miami Hurricanes Preview

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Take a look at Bill Connelly's in depth preview:

2012 Miami Football Preview: The Perched Hammer

Golden inherited the worst FBS program in the country and turned it into a program good enough to get promoted back to the Big East after he left. And he is now steering a ship in Miami that has been difficult to guide and could soon become almost impossible. Bravery is close to stupidity, but there is still something admirable in taking what you know to be a difficult path.

In a vacuum, Golden's 2012 squad is both flawed and intriguing, capable of either sinking into a rebuilding project or winning a Coastal Division that doesn't have a clear favorite (depending on how you feel about Virginia Tech's losses on offense, anyway). I have quite a bit of curiosity about how Miami will fare this fall, but obviously there is just as much curiosity about the hammer that is still perched above the Hurricanes' collective head.

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