What a bizarre, less-than-ideal week. After posting my Monday Musings article, minutes later the Canes’ remaining games were announced as suspended until December due to COVID, leaving us wondering about a lot of things. Aside from the obvious and primary concern about the health of unidentified players, it curtailed the momentum from what had been a successful run to 7-1 for our fellas with two of three remaining games against particularly challenging (albeit certainly winnable) opponents.
But we’re still here, providing new (and always free) original content each week. Here’s what we’ve been talking about this week.
Roman Marciante gave his film review of the Virginia Tech game, with a detailed and insightful breakdown of Miami’s offensive performance.
Wyatt Kopelman profiled Sam Waardenburg, who will unfortunately miss the 2020-2021 season with a foot injury, which is a significant loss on the defensive side of the ball and on the glass.
Jake Marcus had praise for Lou Hedley, who was huge in Blacksburg, especially late to pin the Hokies inside their own 5 yard line on the final drive.
Justin Dottavio took an early look at the unenviable spot of who could replace OC Rhett Lashlee if he was to take a head coaching job somewhere.
John Michaels ranked the ACC, with who you’d expect in the top five after some thrilling contests last week.