The case against the Hurricanes

Even though they have won each game convincingly, the schedule is currently killing the Hurricanes in the BCS. Miami’s four opponents to date are a combined 1-14 against Division I-A competition — the lone win coming against Buffalo. Because the formula only considers the games that have been played, the Canes have one of the nation’s weakest schedules, which also has a profound effect on their ranking in several computers.

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