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Hurricane ButchThe storm that has improved the landscape and image of Miami football
by: Kevin Kaminski
© June 2000
For the better part of 12 seasons, fear and loathing fueled the University of Miami.
Dressed in orange and white, but invariably cast in black, the Hurricanes were the unofficial scourge of college football. They were the team you loved to hate, but dreaded seeing on your schedule.
And with good reason.
Embarking on one of the most dominant stretches in the sport's history, the Hurricanes ravaged the Division I-A landscape with NFL-bound talent and WWF-like attitude. Between Jan. 2, 1984, when freshman quarterback Bernie Kosar and his teammates stunned Nebraska at the Orange Bowl, and New Year's night in 1995, when Tom Osborne's Cornhuskers returned the favor, Miami played for eight national championships. Four times the Hurricanes emerged victorious.
It wasn't success as much as swagger, however, which ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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