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2006 Fall Preview: Wide Receivers

Miami's passing offense ranked 71st nationally, the worst passing ranking in over seven seasons. The receivers have not lived up to their potential thus far, but they have not been put in situations to allow for them to excel and utilize each player's strengths.

New offensive coordinator Rich Olson plans to spread the offense out and put the ball in the receivers' hands so that they can make plays in open space. The receivers and quarterbacks were excited about what they saw from the offense last spring and will look to build on that in the fall. Miami has plenty of experience returning in its top three receivers, but not much production. With a new...

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