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The Audible: Please Miami, bring back Jimmy Johnson to save the Canes

MIAMI, FL - JANUARY 1: Head coach Jimmy Johnson of the #2 rank University of Miami Hurricanes football team with his arm on wide receiver Michael Irvin #47 January 1, 1988 after the NCAA Orange Bowl football Game against the #1 rank Oklahoma University Sooner at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. The Hurricanes won the game 20-14 and became the National Champions. Johnson was the head coach of the Miami Hurricanes from 1984-88. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

MIAMI, FL - JANUARY 1: Head coach Jimmy Johnson of the #2 rank University of Miami Hurricanes football team with his arm on wide receiver Michael Irvin #47 January 1, 1988 after the NCAA Orange Bowl football Game against the #1 rank Oklahoma University Sooner at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. The Hurricanes won the game 20-14 and became the National Champions. Johnson was the head coach of the Miami Hurricanes from 1984-88. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

Jimmy Johnson is a living Miami legend.

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On The Audible, Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel discuss the best candidates to replace Al Golden at Miami. Realistically, Nick Saban has a coach on his staff at Alabama who'd be perfect.

But if we're talking dream choices, there's one guy who still has the heart of Hurricane fans everywhere -- Jimmy Johnson.

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