The college football season is 41 days away from kickoff between a huge opening weekend slate of games. Some of the headliners include Alabama vs. Florida State, Florida vs. Michigan, Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia, and Texas A&M vs. UCLA.
While they might not have the primetime spotlight week 1, Mark Richt and the University of Miami made sure to make a splash at media days. After going 9-4 in his 1st year at the U, Mark Richt has two warm up games before they have to go on the road in a hostile environment against state rival Florida State. The big question I’m sure that’s on everyone’s minds is how they can replace their starting quarterback in Brad Kaaya who was drafted by the Detroit Lions in this year’s draft. Or is it?
Mark Richt's sandwich philosophy is just amazing: pic.twitter.com/Gk3Ou8thhA
— David Hale (@DavidHaleESPN) July 14, 2017
This might be the most brilliant thing I’ve seen on the internet in the past year. Wow, didn’t know there was a science to this. I’ve been doing it all wrong. Everyone knows that the middle part is the best bite, it just depends on when you want that bite. I think it the only thing I’d argue is that I want to where he has 4 & 5 before 3. Could go either way depending on the day, but conversations like this between head coaches are gold. No idea how they got to this topic, but somebody give this reporter a raise.
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