My group of friends have very mixed feelings about College Football. While most of them watch it, they do not enjoy it as much as the NFL. This could be triggered by most of them attending schools that have average football programs, but I don't want to make presumptions. I however, love college football. My father went to Miami, and he raised me to love the U. Now I know what most people are thinking, he is a "convenient fan." Well let me tell you doubters out there, I have been to some of the most historic games in Miami history.
In 1994, Miami had a 58 home winning streak (the longest ever in college football) entering a game against the University of Washington. Let's just say my trip to the Orange Bowl didn't end with the streak extended to 59. I also attended (at the time) the worst loss in school history. A thumping by Syracuse in Donovan Mcnabb's last game in the Carrier Dome. With all the bad I did see a great game in 2001. I attended the Boston College game where Ed Reed gave his motivational halftime speech (in video), and then ripped the ball out of Matt Walters hands to score a touchdown and secure there place in the National Championship game.
I came a cross this video, and thought it was well put together. It chronicles the great plays of the last decade. I look forward to a new decade of college football, and hopefully a revitalized success for the U!