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Miami Football: Ranking the Offenses That the Hurricanes Must Battle in 2012
Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

With the 2012 college football season almost upon us, one has to ask themselves, "How good will the Miami Hurricanes be in Al Golden's second year of coaching?"  A lot of uncertainty and unanswered questions surround this program.

With the looming specter of the hammer of the NCAA still on everyone's minds, the question is how badly will the 'Canes get smacked by Sheriff Emmert and the NCAA Infractions Committee? 

From a football standpoint, one has to wonder how "The U" is going to replace the big shoes of tailback Lamar Miller and receivers Travis Benjamin and Tommy Streeter, who all bolted to the NFL.  Stephen Morris has recently won the QB competition over Ryan Williams, and will go into the season as Coach Golden's guy to run the offense.

Many are picking Miami to finish again in the middle of the pack in the ACC, and also add another year of failing to capture the ever-elusive ACC division and conference championships they have sought since joining the league in 2004.

Here are the 12 offenses that the 'Canes will face this season ranked from worst to best.

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