Former Hurricane Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson weighs in on Miami coaching search
One of The Rock’s nicknames is "The Great One."
So it’s no surprise that Dwayne Johnson, who played for the Miami Hurricanes from 1991-94 would mention "greatness" when it comes to what the school needs in its next football coach.
Hurricanes head coach Al Golden was fired on Sunday after his team lost to Clemson, 58-0, the day before.
When this call went out for The Rock to take over coaching duties, The People’s Champion shared his desire for Miami’s next hire.
I have a plan to get Miami to the national championship game next season and its called Head Coach The Rock: pic.twitter.com/1lnBiCV3X0
— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) October 25, 2015
Need to create a culture that's TRULY hungry for greatness. Not just winning, but greatness. We'll find that coach💪🏾 https://t.co/CLkkRM5nnz
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 26, 2015
In his four years with the Hurricanes, Johnson started once, appeared in 39 games and recorded 77 tackles and 4.25 sacks.