An unprecedented campaign concluded for the Miami Hurricanes as they walked out of Camping World Stadium in Orlando Tuesday evening. They faced a daunting experiment alongside 14 other Atlantic Coast Conference teams and 129 peer institutions competing in the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision this year.
“On the brink” of being stopped in its tracks all season long by the coronavirus pandemic, UM would inevitably be drowned by the viral pathogen both on and off the field. They never made excuses.
2020 was a difficult year many times for the Canes (8-3, 7-2 ACC), mirroring the experiences of so many outside the confines of the Hecht Athletic Center and the world of college football.