[Game post is located directly below this in blog. Comments specific to today's UM game are encouraged there. Comments on the result in the context of the whole season are encouraged here].
Hurricanes fans are moderately satisfied, to the tune of 59.8 percent overall in the latest Canesfan Satisfaction Meter poll, in the wake of UM's 28-27 escape at Wake Forest Saturday on a last-minute touchdown. It's 13.4% very satisfied and 46.4% somewhat satisfied as the Canes improved to 6-2.
The CSM, new to the blog this season, is a continuing gauge of how UM fans are feeling about the team and season. Polls are posted following the conclusion of every Canes game. Season results appear beneath the latest poll.
The criteria for voting is your own, but I suggest you consider the most recent game's performance, the season as a whole, the program's direction, and your overall degree of optimism -- all in the context of reasonable expectations.
Poll and comments section stay open, but results become official on midnight the day after each game; in this case midnight Sunday.
Canesfan Satisfaction Meter season results:
Game 1: 98.9 percent satisfaction (72.3 very, 26.6 somewhat) following 38-34 victory at FSU.
Game 2: 99.5 percent satisfaction (89.0 very, 10.5 somewhat) following 33-17 victory vs. Georgia Tech.
Game 3: 65.3 percent satisfaction (24.9 very, 40.4 somewhat) following 31-7 loss at Virginia Tech.
Game 4: 99.0 percent satisfaction (87.5 very, 11.5 somewhat) following 21-20 victory vs. Oklahoma.
Game 5: 99.0 percent satisfaction (76.4 very, 22.6 somewhat) following 48-16 victory over Florida A&M.
Game 6: 97.1 percent satisfaction (71.5 very, 25.6 somewhat) following 27-7 victory at Central Florida.
Game 7: 44.1 percent satisfaction (15.5 very, 28.6 somewhat) following 40-37 OT loss vs. Clemson.
Game 8: 59.8 percent satisfaction (13.4 very, 46.4 somewhat) followiung 28-27 win at Wake Forest.
Next poll: Nov. 7 following home game vs. Virginia.