The Miami Hurricanes football program, like many other big-time programs, is rebuilding. Although the Hurricanes just played for the national title in 2002, the program has been mediocre for what feels like forever.
Though the program is having a rough stretch, it could turn around and become dominant once again. Miami has a tradition, fanbase and location that would be ideal for attracting the nation's best players.
However, turning around a program is not easy. For every Nick Saban and Kevin Sumlin able to create highly competitive programs seemingly in an instant, there are many coaches whose teams are forced to wait until they can rebuild.
Building a program to match Miami's expectations is going to be a difficult and often unappreciated experience. Programs like Miami expect to not just win, but also compete for national championship and other BCS trophies yearly.
Here's how to get Miami back to dominance.