Did anyone catch the ESPN piece on the 80's-90's Miami Hurricanes? Man, I used to HATE those teams. They had interviews with alot of former players, who discussed how it was built and became 'The U'; aka 'Thug U'. While I didn't expect them to have any regrets, I was a little surprised that there were still some of them that defended and were actually proud their antics and that persona. Now I may be in the minority, but I didn't actually mind some of the minor stuff they did, like the high stepping on pick 6 returns or some of their end zone dances. What I always hated about them was their taunting and the cheap shots, like body slamming a South Carolina QB who's just standing there waiting for the ball to be reset after a penalty or some of the brawls they started. How can they have no regrets about that stuff after seeing that on film after all these years, I'll never know. About the only thing they did seem to regret was when they came off the plane wearing fatigues when they played Penn St. for the '86 NC; which at the time I thought was arrogant and in poor taste, it really wasn't as bad as some of the other stuff they were doing. One part that I did think we're funny was when Melvin Bratton was telling the story about how he and Alonzo Highsmith called Brian Bozworth's hotel room the night before one of their big games talking sh!t to him. Then the next day, the camera's at midfield, complete with audio, catching a continuation of both teams doing it during the coin toss. Overall, it was a really interesting show that provided insight to the program never shown before.