Dan Marino. Don Shula.
Dwayne Wade. Pat Riley.
Jeff Conine. Jim Leyland.
Those coaches and players are all linked to their teams: Dolphins, Heat, Marlins.
When Miami Hurricane fans begin to think about this question: "Who in the history of the UM football program would be eligible to be Mr. Hurricane?", there really is only one answer.
The name that always comes to mind is Art Kehoe. When Al Golden decided to bring back Coach Kehoe back to the UM coaching staff there was nobody any happier than Art Kehoe, Mr. Hurricane.
Well unless you count me and the entire Hurricane family.
Art Kehoe is everything a coach should be: Smart, dedicated, tough, motivated, knowledgeable and a good teacher, leader, counselor and role model.
And when you look at the current Miami football team and the talent, quality, depth and skill at various positions the offensive line is at the top of the list.
And now Kehoe is talking out loud about his squad. It seems he is gald to talk about his trench warriors who want to, no make that will, dominate the line of scrimmage in 2013.
In the video above Kehoe talks about several players who have improved during this Spring and at the top of his list are two names: Danny Isidora and Taylor Gadbois. These players are large individuals, who along with some guy named Sunny, are going to make waves in the coming years in Coral Gables.
We like that. Yeah, we like that a lot.