Miami AD Dan Radakovich; Mario Cristobal’s Stability; Quarterback Situation Rankings | CFB Podcast

ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “Miami AD Dan Radakovich; Mario Cristobal’s Stability; Quarterback Situation Rankings | CFB Podcast” – below is their description.

Adam Rittenberg and David Hale talk to Miami athletic director Dan Radakovich about why he left Clemson for Miami, implementing a unified vision for the athletic department, John Ruiz’s involvement, a new media deal for the ACC, conference construction and what stands out about Mario Cristobal. Then, the guys discuss Radakovich’s comments, if Miami is more Texas Jr. or LSU Jr., Cristobal’s ability to run a program, and Hale’s tiered-ranking of all 131 quarterback situations in college football.

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