Another Perfect Storm?|
The celebrations were mild. The expectations are not. Less than 24 hours removed from winning their fifth national championship with a dominating win over Nebraska in the Rose Bowl and earning the title of the best Miami team ever, the Hurricanes are thinking next year's team may be even better.
• Wojciechowski: Between the lines | We have a winner
• Bellotti: Ducks-'Canes would have been better game
• Johnson comes up big | Miami 's D dominates
• Miami tops final polls | Crouch disappointed
"I don't know if next year will actually be more difficult. The schedule will be, I know that. Whether we do it again or not, it won't be about complacency. Ken and the other guys coming back and the coaching staff will make sure that doesn't happen. They have that fire."
-- Miami coach Larry CokerBowl Message Boards
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