Discussion in 'Legendary Veterans' started by Ghost, Aug 18, 2013.
After an ACC and National Championship the Miami Hurricanes will look to fill the 9 starters lost (4 offense, 5 defense) and push towards another successful season. The Offense will look to replace Stephen Morris with a Red shirt Senior Ryan Williams. Ryan Williams will be more of a Pocket Passer than the duel threat Morris but, what he lacks in speed he makes up for in Passing Accuracy. The Offense will rely heavily on Jr. Running back and Legendary Veterans MVP Duke "The Truth" Johnson to have another amazing year. When asked about Duke Johnson coach Bud Wiser replied "He's a freak athlete that only comes along once in awhile, I mean he almost rushed for 2000 yds last year and only got faster and more elusive over the off season. I am excited to see what Duke can do this year as an encore and I have a feeling hes going shock the world this season." As for the Hurricanes Wide Recievers and Tight ends they have the same group around this year after only losing one senior wideout. The Offensive Line has a couple new faces but will be anchored again by redshirt senior Shawn McDermott.
The defense of the Hurricanes should be a scary sight this year, with the growth and development of the secondary and outside linebackers should make for a very fast and athletic defense. Being four deep at the corner position will and a great set of young saftey's should match up well to some of the fast paced passing offenses in the league. This defense will need to step it up because the ACC is no longer a conference that people underestimate and Miami will surely have a target on their backs after their 2013 season.
Media Favorite: RB Duke Johnson
Players deserving of attention: TE Beau Sandland and CBs Antonio Crawford and Tracy Howard
With Star QB and Heisman Trophy winner, Teddy "Cheese" Bridgewater returning for his senior season and 6 other starters returning on offense, the Cards are poised for an ACC and possible national title run! Star running back, Dominique Brown, is also back for his senior season after rushing for over 1500 yards last year. He put on a couple of pounds and is looking to continue his bruising ways of running the football. Senior wideout, DeVante Parker is back and had an excellent offseason. He plans to have another 1200 yard receiving year. 6-5 freshman wideout, James Quick, will be a huge contributor this year with his gamebreaking speed. After making the transition from Wide Receiver to Running back this offseason, Junior Eli Rogers will get plenty of carries spelling big 'Nique Brown. With his outrageous speed and quickness, he'll look to be a big contributor in the return game as well. After a heartbreaking first season in the ACC, losing in the championship game to the hated Miami Hurricanes, the Cardinals are ready to take home a title. On the defensive side of the ball, the Cardinals return 5 starters. The secondary will definitely be the strength of the defense this year. The front three will provide some much needed pressure. With the loss of a couple of key guys, the linebacking corps will be the biggest question for this Louisville team. If these guys can step up and make some plays, look for Louisville to win the Atlantic again, with ease, and look out for Louisville to take home their first ACC title.
Media Darling: Teddy "Cheese" Bridgewater
Darkhorses: HB Dominique Brown, WR DeVante Parker, FS Calvin Pryor
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