A part of college coaching is recruiting good players. Manny has flaws but he identified King and got him to transfer here. He also got him to stay another year which allows the young QBs more time to study and develop
Agreed on the recruiting part, but he didn't get him to stay another year unless the other option was volunteer 7 on 7 coach or something. He blew out his knee and wasn't going to the league even if he didn'tA part of college coaching is recruiting good players. Manny has flaws but he identified King and got him to transfer here. He also got him to stay another year which allows the young QBs more time to study and develop
Even if it wasn't a decision he got a top 10 proven college QB on a two year flyer.. slice it however you want to but that is a credit to Manny and is a part of the college coaching gameGreat, doesn't change that he wasn't going anywhere anyway. Wasn't really a decision
I heard a radio guy trash the Canes for the upcoming season. He said 7 wins if they get lucky.
His reasons were the best returning player is coming off a major injury, and if King can't use his legs like he is used to he isn't the same QB. He also pointed to Miami losing their starting DE's and Jordan at TE.
I think most from the outside are assuming Miami has 2 losses already on the schedule in Alabama and UNC.
That means Miami has to go 10-0 remaining games to get the over.
Miami plays at Pittsburgh, VT, UVA, N. C. State which Miami beat narrowly last season..2 of which didn't have have starting QB's when they played us.
To counter argue would be that King is ahead of schedule, and Miami feels good finally about their backup QB situation.
Miami returns 19 of 22 starters off last years team, and added starters from UGA, OU, and Tennessee to their lineup.
I think Miami feels better about QB, RB, WR, OL, DT, LB, and secondary heading into 2021 than they did in 2020.