What a sad fanbase. They're so upset and in denial about the one title that they let slip out of their hands that they can't even enjoy the other five that they won.
I'm eternally grateful that I'm not associated with a university and a city like Miami. I'm grateful that our fans and alumni give this team and school the support and funding that they need to be elite. I'm grateful that we have a determined and charismatic head coach and staff, unlike what Miami has with Al Golden, who, apart from looking constantly overwhelmed and terrible in dress clothes, is a pretty bad coach.
Plenty of people in Miami struggled and worked hard for what they have, especially the Cubans who escaped the oppression of their own country. But a great number of people in Miami also went down there because they fled from whatever challenges they experienced in their own states. They saw the warm weather and glamorous exterior of the city and thought their lives would be easier and that they wouldn't have to work hard. Miami is a city filled with a lot of entitled, fair weather people. They lack grit and fortitude. It's why they think the 2002 title should have been handed to them and, ultimately, it's why that still haunts them today.