The Miami Hurricanes are soon going to feel the wrath of the NCAA, when sanctions are expected to be levied against “The U,” following years of what many are reporting is improper actions by players and coaches. Whether or not Hurricanes head coach Al Golden sticks around long enough to try to overcome them will remain to be seen.
Over the past two days, two Miami football players have quit the team. A pair of juniors – Jermaine Johnson and Kelvin Cain – left the team after saying that they were unhappy with their playing time. As it turns out, they are not alone.
According to Jorge Milian of the Palm Beach Post, many players are upset with what they perceive is unfair treatment by Golden.
“Neither player has commented on why he left the team but there have been complaints by some that coach Al Golden is playing favorites by utilizing younger, less-experienced players that he recruited over guys that were brought in by former coach Randy Shannon,” said Milian. One UM upperclassman c...