FSU football fans have been looking into news following the rival Miami Hurricanes for the past couple of weeks after the Noles upset Miami and put Manny Diaz on the hottest of seats.
Miami has been in turmoil since the loss although the Hurricanes, led by Manny Diaz, won their final two games to finish 7-5 and earn a birth to a bowl game.
However, the writing was on the wall with Miami firing their athletic director and rumors began to spread about Miami looking to lure back Miami and Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal.
The biggest issue was did Miami have the money to compete with Oregon, and did Cristobal want to return home bad enough to be with his sick mother?
Ultimately, the answer was yes as Miami announced Cristobal as their new head coach Monday afternoon, just hours after firing Manny Diaz.
However, I wanted to provide a quick snapshot regarding Cristobal and what he brings to the table.
Back where he belongs.
Welcome home, Coach Cristobal.
— Canes Football (@CanesFootball) December 6, 2021
Cristobal brings substantially more head coaching experience than Diaz, who’s first head coaching job was Miami(technically Temple, but I digress). Here’s a brief snapshot.