Miami Hurricanes quarterback Josh Rosen: ‘We’re going to be fine’

When Florida State quarterback Josh Ritter left Miami to sign with the Carolina Panthers, it looked like the Hurricanes would be on the verge of becoming the first team in FBS history to win the ACC title and the national title.

After losing out to Clemson and Florida, they will get another chance this season in a rematch against the Florida State Seminoles.

Ritter’s arrival, however, has been met with controversy and controversy, with many pointing to his questionable attitude and questionable character.

Many others have also expressed their displeasure with the decision.

Now, it seems like the two sides are on the same page about who should be named to replace Ritter.

ESPN’s Brett McMurphy reported Tuesday that Florida State defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is the front-runner for the job, while Rosen is the top candidate among the Hurricanes’ assistants.

“Coach Granthamp is the most talented defensive coordinator in the nation, but Josh Rosen is a great fit for our program,” Miami head coach Jimbo Fisher said in a statement.

“I love his background, his football knowledge, and his love of our program.

I have faith in him and I think he will do a great job.”

Rosen is also considered one of the top quarterbacks in the country, according to ESPN, as well as one of Florida State’s top assistants.

The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder was named the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner and led the Seminoles to a national championship in 2014.

He was also named to the All-ACC First Team in 2016.

When Florida State quarterback Josh Ritter left Miami to sign with the Carolina Panthers, it looked like the Hurricanes would…