Paul Finebaum is far from impressed by the Miami Hurricanes after Mario Cristobal’s crew lost to Middle Tennessee on Saturday afternoon.

The Hurricanes lost at Texas A&M last weekend and compounded their struggles with a loss to what should have been an inferior opponent this week.

Appearing on “SportsCenter” on Sunday morning, Finebaum explained why the Hurricanes are the biggest fraud in college football:

“New coach, but Miami is still college football’s greatest fraud,” Finebaum declared. “How many times have we been to this precipice? Turnover chain, Miami is back. They’ve been back almost as many times as Texas has been back, but they still look like, well, I think you know what the word I’m looking for that rhymes with back. I mean, it’s a disaster down there. We read too much into A&M struggling against Miami pulling out a win last week. This is the real Miami, and I’ll say this about Mario Cristobal. He’s a very good coach. Tyler Van Dyke was clearly not the right quarterback for this moment. I think they’ll get it turned around, but let’s quit talking about Miami being back until they actually show up for a game.”

Can Miami right the ship before ACC play begins? The Hurricanes are running out of time to make this a worthwhile season in South Beach.