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Hurricanes Have a Hollywood-Worthy Training Montage

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Every great Hollywood sports movie where our heroes must turn themselves from chumps into champs includes the ever important montage. Or as South Park once sang it, "We're gonna need a montage. (Montage!) A sports-training montage! (Montage!)."

Indeed coming off a 7-6 season and under the guidance of a new coach with big expectation the Miami Hurricanes really, really do need that montage, and Hurricanes sports has it from the team's first "UTough" work out and it is spectacular, and pretty damn Hollywood worthy. Watch!

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So, we've got the fancy, Hollywood-worthy montage with a completely range-clad Al Golden there in glorious HD, now we just need the Hollywood ending with a National Championship.

And, yes, because of our intro we know you're just going to Google up that South Park clip, so here's that too:

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