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Miami was really bad last year; worse than their record. Most efficiency statistics put them at around the 60th best team in FBS, and their 'vaunted' offense in the mid-30s. Winning a bunch of close games while getting blown out in their losses is indicative of a team that overperformed in W-L. They should've won 5-6 games. Their defense was unbelievably horrible and they don't exactly have talent to develop on that side of the ball, while their offense got shutdown against any defense with a pulse (not counting us spotting them ten points to start the game).
They are in for a rude awakening this year.
C'mon, give 'em a break. It's difficult as hell for those people to think rationally with that anal sphincter wrapped around their neck.
My understanding is that due to the sphincter squeeze a person's oxygen level drops precipitously while carbon dioxide, methane, hydrogen sulfide and ammonia increase. That's what their brain is primarily operating on ... and explains much.
Plus, every time they turn their head a polyp sticks them in the eye. I can only imagine how irritating that can be.
I'm not sure whether it's a result some kind of hazing requirement for the 147 true UM fans or what, but it seems clear that once they get their head up there, it's virtually impossible to get it out. It's probably due to the second sphincter ... the sphincter ani internus. I understand it's not exceedingly difficult to get one's head past that on the way in ... but because of the direction of chin, nose and ears it's' supposedly quite difficult when you're trying to remove said head.
Let's see how that offense does without Jed Fisch.
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