The last time the Hurricanes won the national championship was in 2001.
Although they lost, by robbery, in 2002, Miami has yet to make it to the national championship game, or even a conference championship.
It's not because of the talent—Miami has had loads of talent. The problem was no one was able to coach the players correctly.
Recently noted by cornerback Sam Shields, who played little during his stint with the Hurricanes, yet got picked up by the NFL Champions, the Green Bay Packers, and played a vital part to them winning it all.
You see, the coaching staff at Miami didn't know how to coach them to be winners; Golden will.
The confidence I have for Golden is based on motivational and what he did at Temple.
Temple was a lot like Miami was in the 70's, a program that was doing so poorly that the school was about to cancel the football program.
Golden came in and taught normal athletes how to win and for the first time in years, Temple went 9-4 for the best record they had since 1979.
Reminds you of the Hurricanes of the 70's, doesn't it?
Now lets just hope Golden can make these Hurricanes the most dominate program in the country, again.