When it comes to Miami, The Rock says …

Former Miami football player Dwayne Johnson weighed in on the Hurricanes' head coach situation.

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When it comes time for Miami to hire its next head coach Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock says the Hurricanes need to find someone who can create the right kind of atmosphere.

On Sunday, the Hurricanes fired fifth-year head coach Al Golden after Miami suffered its worst loss in school history, a 58-0 pounding by No. 3 Clemson.

On Monday, former Miami football player Johnson responded to a post by SBNation’s Rodger Sherman on Twitter and said the school needs to create a culture that’s “truly hungry for greatness.”

Johnson played for the Hurricanes for four years and was on the team that won a national title in 1991.  

Miami (4-3, 1-2 ACC) is currently being coached by assistant Larry Scott and will return to action on Saturday when it plays at Duke.