We need a camera from the vantage point of Mike Patrick’s toupee.

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Can anyone explain the point of ESPN Full Circle? Its concept and execution are about as bad as Antoine Walker’s shot selection. Who wants to watch a football game with 6 little boxes on the screen, none of which have anything to do with what is happening on the field? And ESPN went a little bit over the top making this Miami-FSU game the most important rivalry in sports. Let’s face it – University of Miami hasn’t been relevant since Ohio State beat them in the Fiesta Bowl years ago and Larry Coker stopped winning with Butch Davis’s recruits.

If Miami wants to get serious about fielding a top flight football team they need to get rid of Larry Coker and send him wherever the Irish sent Bob Davie and Nebraska sent Frank Solich. Butch Davis may have made a horrible NFL coach but the guy could recruit players and gameplan on the college level far better then the Assistant Principal they have masquerading as a Head Coach now. Fire Larry Coker and rehire Butch Davis.

Edit: Coker must go!

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