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The national college football media took note of the Hurricanes’ stunning 45-31 loss to Middle Tennessee State on Saturday.

Star radio host and ESPN analyst Paul Finebaum ripped Miami on Sunday following the defeat against the Conference USA opponent.

“New coach, but Miami is still college football’s greatest fraud,” Finebaum said on ESPN.

“How many times have we been to this precipice? Turnover chain, Miami is back. They’ve been back almost as many times as Texas has been back, but they still look like, well, I think you know what the word I’m looking for that rhymes with back. I mean, it’s a disaster down there. We read too much into A&M struggling against Miami pulling out a win last week. This is the real Miami.”

The Hurricanes fell behind early in the loss and could not claw their way back into the game. In the third quarter, coach Mario Cristobal benched starting quarterback Tyler Van Dyke and inserted redshirt freshman Jake Garcia.

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Finebaum credited Cristobal and said he expected the first-year Hurricanes coach to turn things around, even if the team is struggling now.

“I’ll say this about Mario Cristobal. He’s a very good coach,” Finebaum said. “Tyler Van Dyke was clearly not the right quarterback for this moment. I think they’ll get it turned around, but let’s quit talking about Miami being back until they actually show up for a game.”

A year ago, ESPN broadcaster and analyst Kirk Herbstreit eviscerated the Hurricanes program following its loss to Michigan State.

“You look at the powerhouse programs, Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State — president, AD, coach — same vision,” Herbstreit said last year. “They’re aligned in their vision for what needs to happen. Recruiting, budget, staff. Whatever it needs, that’s what it takes.

“Miami doesn’t have that. So I don’t think it matters who the head coach is. Until you get a president and an AD and a coach together on the same page, I guess football doesn’t matter. It matters to the alums and the brotherhood — The U — but I don’t know if it matters to the people making decisions at Miami. If they don’t change that, it doesn’t matter who the head coach is.”

Herbstreit’s comments drew the university’s attention, and the school fired former coach Manny Diaz after a disappointing season. The school invested in a reported 10-year, $80 million contract to bring Cristobal from Oregon and provided a large budget to bring in big-name assistant coaches.

The school is also updating Miami’s football facilities, with a new locker room for the football team debuting earlier this summer and plans in the works for a new football facility and an expanded indoor practice field.

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