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Miami Coach Blameless If He Leaves

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Al Golden says he's committed to the University of Miami.

The Hurricanes' second-year coach insists he isn't looking for another job, even after Monday brought the news, necessary but still depressing, that the school was self-imposing a second straight bowl ban.

"We want to see it through," Golden said. "We want to get it fixed."

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