The Miami Hurricanes have been practicing with plenty of crowd noise blasting this week at Greentree Field to prepare for Thursday night, but it likely won’t be as intense as what they face at Kenan Memorial Stadium.
“It’s a big challenge,” UM offensive coordinator James Coley said. “It’s going to be a hostile environment. It’s going to be loud. We’re going to get their best this season.
“Your adrenaline is going, the game is physical. … You try to simulate the best you can, but it’s never going to be the same as it is on Thursday night.”
So, with all that noise, how do you keep the communication going on the offensive line, especially with all the recent switching of positions?