Bryant McKinnie was a star offensive lineman for the Miami Hurricanes before taking his talents to the NFL, and he had some choice words for his alma mater after it suffered a 58-0 loss at the hands of Clemson. It was the worst loss in team history and Sun Life Stadium was practically empty by the latter minutes of the fourth quarter.
Sure enough, McKinnie took to Twitter and voices his displeasure.
McKinnie is absolutely right. The Miami Hurricanes football team today is the furthest cry from what it was years ago, when coaches like Dennis Erickson, Jimmie Johnson and Larry Coker won national championships and turned the program into the one to watch on a weekly basis.
Needless to say, changes need to be made, and fast, be it firing coach Al Golden now or any members of his staff.
Miami’s next game comes on the road against Duke on Saturday.
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