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For the first time this season I will not call defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio a loser, instead that tag will go to offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch and head coach Al Golden.
Now before all of the readers tell me I am against the coaches, that is not what I am saying. I believe in coach Golden 100 percent, and there isn't a doubt in my mind that he makes this team into contenders one day.
However, against Florida State he made far too many questionable calls.
I know some of you will disagree, but there was no way Stephen Morris should have started. He was off all but a handful of times and wasn't mobile at all.
Golden practiced with backup Ryan Williams all week, and I honestly believe he should have gotten the start.
Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch also made questionable calls all night, and for the third-straight week, the Hurricanes offense looked dismal.
I know that Morris wasn't healthy, but Fisch abandoned the run for the second-straight game. Even with the Hurricanes up 10 early, he tossed the running game out the window.
With the defense doing a better job, Fisch could have continued to pound the ball but didn't.