The Eye of the Storm: 'Canes Football The 2011 U of Miami Hurricanes enter the season unranked and picked to finish 6th in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Coach Big Suge Knight looks to exceed those expectations in his first year as a head coach. The good news for Coach Knight is he inherits some experienced big play personnel lead by QB - WR tandem Jacory Harris and Aldarius Johnson on offense and safeties Ray Ray Armstrong and Joseph Nichols on defense. Offensively the lack of depth along the offensive line may cause problems as the marathon of season progresses but the unit looks strong. And they will need to be if Harris and Johnson are going to have time to connect. Junior HB Lamar Miller is confident the line will open up holes to enable him to use his good size and great speed combo to build upon the 723 rushing yards he put up last season. Thearon Collier and Travis Benjamin are two weapons the Canes will need to establish to prevent opponents from rolling coverage over to Johnson's side of the field. On the defense side of things Senior Ends Adewale Ojomo and Marcus Robinson along with Junior Tackle Marcus Forston look to get into the opponents backfield and disrupt plays while Senior MLB Athur Brown should add to the 96 tackles he made last season. Miami's schedule starts off strong with a trip to Death Valley and a rough October slate where the Canes will take on four preseason ACC ranked teams including #1 Georgia Tech and after the annual rivalry game against FSU.