The Miami Hurricanes lived up to their name in 2009, coming out of nowhere to post a 9-4 record over mostly ranked teams.
Only Florida State was not ranked at the time Miami played them.
So, with one of the toughest schedules in college football, the Hurricanes were definitely not expected to be an ACC contender.
Jacory Harris set out to change that Miami image back to one with a little more swagger reminiscent, of the days Jimmy Johnson ran the show.
Harris threw for 3,352 yards and 24 touchdowns.
AJ Highsmith saw limited action in 2009, even though Harris went through a period with an air cast on his throwing hand.
With only six pass attempts, Highsmith is not ready to take over the Hurricane full-time in the event of Harris' absence.
Adding depth in 2010 is true freshman Stephen Morris, making the depth young and inexperienced.
Should Harris stay healthy, his name could be thrown into Heisman consideration, but an unhealthy Harris could spell disaster for Miami.