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Cane Mutiny: How the Miami Hurricanes Overturned the Football Establishment #2020

Cane Mutiny How the Miami Hurricanes Overturned the Football Establishment One team One Dynasty One book that goes inside the legend Features a new chapter on the season and pages of photographs When fans think of college football they think of Miami the cool scho

  • Title: Cane Mutiny: How the Miami Hurricanes Overturned the Football Establishment
  • Author: Bruce Feldman
  • ISBN: 9780451215260
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cane Mutiny: How the Miami Hurricanes Overturned the Football Establishment By Bruce Feldman, One team One Dynasty One book that goes inside the legend Features a new chapter on the 2004 05 season and 8 pages of photographs When fans think of college football, they think of Miami the cool school with street cred that all the kids dream of playing for A sports powerhouse unlike any other, it is a dynasty fueled not by individuals but by the aura of the MiamiOne team One Dynasty One book that goes inside the legend Features a new chapter on the 2004 05 season and 8 pages of photographs When fans think of college football, they think of Miami the cool school with street cred that all the kids dream of playing for A sports powerhouse unlike any other, it is a dynasty fueled not by individuals but by the aura of the Miami Vice a swaggering, trash talking, us against the world mentality But less than 25 years ago, the program faced extinction Now, five national championships later, Miami is the preeminent football factory, boasting such NFL star alumni as Michael Irvin, Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp, Jim Kelly, Vinny Testaverde, and Jeremy Shockey Now, award winning sportswriter Bruce Feldman gives readers a rare, behind the scenes look at how Miami won national championships over the last two decades than Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and Florida State combined and went from near death to dynasty.

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    1 thought on “Cane Mutiny: How the Miami Hurricanes Overturned the Football Establishment

    1. A book about the most dominating football program of the last 25 years UGA fans can kiss my hairy, shrapnel filled ass cause their team sucks Their fans are fat, inbred, and ignorant as well.

    2. Interesting account of Miami s college football program from an insider Any college football fan would enjoy this book at a basic level because of the detailed stories that define college football and Miami s program The main drawback of the book is the one sided pro Miami viewpoint expressed throughout that should heighten the skepticism of any non Miami fan Miami fans should give this book five stars.Feldman s book about Mississippi State football recruiting Meat Market is way better.

    3. Bruce Feldman is one of my favorite college football writers, and his account of Miami football through three decades is as entertaining as any book of Cane legend should be However, from reading his blog and small insinuations he s made about UM over the years, very little of this book came off as original ideas to me For example, it s one thing to hear the pay for play stories again it s another to examine the before and after affects scandals like this had I guess my only complaint is it shou [...]

    4. I thought that this book was great and anyone that likes football would enjoy reading this book It has a great story It s a great book for any sports fan.

    5. I thought it was a great book, it talked about the history of Miami, some I have never heard before, lots of behind the scenes and stuff I loved it since I love Miami so much

    6. Though I am a Florida State fan, I found this book in a bargain bin and decided to read it It was interesting to follow the brief history of Miami s success in college football Though I always want them to lose to FSU when they play each other, I respect them unlike the University of Florida Gators Miami is not a rich school For a poor public school with no on campus stadium to have won as many titles in such a short span has got to earn them a place in sports history Not only that, but unlike s [...]

    7. I enjoyed this book It was just as informative and fun as I anticipated However, quite a few chapters felt like they could have been fleshed out into full books themselves There always seemed to be information than was there Due to this incompleteness of some parts of the book, the transitions to the following chapters were choppy at times But overall, I d recommend this book to a college football fan I liked it.

    8. I am a huge Miami Hurricane fan and I did not like this book Each chapter is about 25 30 pages long and about three different things going on in one chapter There was even a chapter or two that had almost nothing to do with the plot of the book Very disappointed If you want to know about the U in 80 s and early 90 s watch the documentary The U , directed by Billy Corbin Way better and info.

    9. This book literally made me cry and miss my stop on the T getting to work And yeah, the cover of my book was this cover, so I got a lot of strange looks for sobbing over what looked like a straight up football book And I was also super late for work, to boot Totally worth it, though.

    10. Fun read for sports fans It has a good narrative, but ends abruptly No real conclusion But football fans will enjoy it.

    11. A great read for serious Miami Hurricanes fans and still an enjoyable, good read for all college football fans about the history of 1 of the most iconic programs.

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