Miami Football: Grading the Hurricanes' 2012 Season

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Miami Football: Grading the Hurricanes' 2012 Season
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The season officially came to a close for the Miami Hurricanes after Saturday's thrilling 52-45 victory over the Duke Blue Devils.

Miami finished the season at 7-5 and 5-3 in the ACC. The Hurricanes would be playing in the ACC Championship game this Saturday, but the ACC will not allow a team who self-imposes a bowl ban—which the Hurricanes did—play in the championship game.

Georgia Tech will be Miami's replacement in the title game against Florida State.

Overall, the 2012 season for the Hurricanes was filled with lows and highs. The offense was much-improved from the previous year, while the defense struggled all season long.

Here is my report card for each position.

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