Good morning! We hope you're staying dry today, wherever you are in college-football watching America.
Let's talk banners. Miami Hurricanes fans, a large and proud fanbase with a long history of steadfast support of the program-
- have been clamoring for the firing of Moderately Successful Head Coach Al Golden lately, and they've taken to the skies, with banner planes expressing variations on the sentiment flown over three of (3-1, 0-1 American) Miami's games to date.
Okay, well, sure. Understandably, if they were already calling for him to be fired after a 3-0 start, then a prime-time loss to Group of Five team Cincinnati is only going to intensify their efforts.
But there's eight, maybe nine games left in the season. How many ways can you say this?
And what's your solution once Golden - who, in fairness, inherited a program facing a lot of problems from the Randy Shannon Era - actually is fired?
[sound of airplane in background]
Happy Saturday, everybody.