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January 27, 2013

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canezilla

BACK TO BACK!!!! CANES BBALL TEAM LOOKING NASTY. BIG GAME ON SATURDAY AGANIST NCSTATE

Terrance Sullivan

Yes our Canes are doing the Damn thing. Up Next NC State this is our toughest test so far this season. M-I-A-M-l fight, fight, fight! Great article 86.

Da U N Houston

Great write up

laquinton

nice post 86

86Cane

The score was 71-47?

R U kidding me???

LOL

Brevardcane

Saturday night will be a good test. One thing to win at home another to win on the road against good competition.

j.w.

Nice art. Soup! Game was fun to watch, ,ove seeing this team make the extra pass to the open guy, and going for the easy lobs/dunks rather than jacking contested jump shots. Fun team to watch. And I'll predict a 3 seed when all is said and done.

CoCane

I'm hope the team isn't thinking the way the fans on the space is thinking. The only game that should be on their mind is the next game at VaTech. Have to play & beat them Wednsday before they can think about NC State saturday. I hope they're focused...

orange 'n green in the vein

LOL, oh wow, the innuendo's flying in this one SOUP.

BTW, possibly the most famous Miami alumni in the world, The Great One, The Most Electrifying Man in Entertainment, The Rock, is your new WWE champion as of tonight in Phoenix so rest easy knowing the universe is spinning properly on its axis once again for the first time in a decade as a result.

No word on Rock laying the smack down on Terry Porter in the Fiesta Bowl after the PPV yet for an encore though unfortunately.

orange 'n green in the vein

Coke, The Pimp obviously has their attention here, when you stress tenacious man to man defense and deny the perimeter and post entry passing lanes the way he has them do, the nightly effort required to employ that style will help ward off letdowns in concentration and overconfidence.

Now a cold shooting night will make you beatable any given game but if the communication and effort is there defensively, you'll still have a chance to extend the game and pull it out if the other team misses their stretch free throws. Just like when Hamilton made that his trademark in Coral Gables.

86Cane

LOL, oh wow, the innuendo's flying in this one SOUP.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | January 27, 2013 at 11:28 PM

I'm jus sayin...

86Cane

OGV...I was gonna call this article: "Pimp Slap"

But I just couldn't do it.

86Cane

Miami had 19 assists as compared to Florida State's six, and UM only had eight turnovers compared to 12 by the Seminoles.

Kenny Kadji scored the first basket for Miami with 19:22 remaining in the first half. The Canes are now 5-0 when Kadji hits the first bucket.

Miami led FSU by as many as 11 points with 00:44 remaining in the first half leading 37-28 at halftime. Miami's lead stretched to 24 with 00:19 remaining in the second half on a dunk by Rion Brown.

Trey McKinney Jones led the Canes in scoring with 15 points.

Durand Scott added 11 points and four assists.

Shane Larkin finished with eight points, nine rebounds and six assists, making this his eleventh game with four or more assists. In back-to-back games, Larkin has had nine or more rebounds.

Julian Gamble recorded four blocks, tying his career high.

Kenny Kadji finished with 11 points. This was his ninth-straight game scoring in double figures, and he's done so in 15 out of 18 games this season.

Tonye Jekiri set a new career high with four points, besting his previous high of three, set on Dec. 18, 2012 against UCF.

orange 'n green in the vein

"Keeping the Hand Strong."

Of course, anything that questions that sputtering ACC champ's (just for the record, is FSU now the standard for ACC football according to UM's coach or is that still the worst VT team this century?), uh, competitive fires works for me too.

Hassan

We are a top 10 team, i commented 2 blogs ago all nite lol

kenyon19ypr

Man, the Canes are laughing at teams right now. If they can keep their collective feet on the ground, this team will be even scarier than the potential it has.
I've always loved watching Miami play basketball, but I am absolutely psyched about this year.

TLuv

Great win by the Canes. Lot of momentum going forward. It's great to see what having a competent coach can do for a program. I was on here years and years ago saying that Haith was an absolute bum. Everyone kept saying "oh give him more time, he's a great recruiter." HA! Keep your pimp hand strong Coach L.

roachcane77

"Pimp Slap"... Ohhh... you had your chance!

UMike

From what I understand..and I mentioned this a while ago..but recently read more about it..Collins HS coach has REALLY been involved with his recruiting. I read he was even on the radio in Arkansas. I could be wrong, but I think he has his mom pulling for UM and his HS coach constantly in his ear about every school BUT Miami. Hassan, Ohio..can anyone second that?

TJL

Umike-his coach sounds like the coach at Dwyer Jack Daniels who is a graduate of UF and sends his kids to every school but Miami..look how it worked out for Jacoby Brissett

UMike

and....crickets!

Ohio_Cane

I could be wrong, but I think he has his mom pulling for UM and his HS coach constantly in his ear about every school BUT Miami.

Posted by: UMike | January 28, 2013 at 07:02 AM
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Correct.

He actually says he's a Cane fan, but acts the opposite. He almost seems like he's pushing Collins towards Arkansas

UMike

Ohio I heard the same, that his coach is really pushing Arkansas

UMike

And before that Wisconsin

CoCane

So yall are saying I need to grab my baby powder & pay South Plant's coach a visit?

UMike

CoCane...may not be a bad idea lol

Ohio_Cane

If U can find Manny's interview with Collins, listen to the whole thing where towards the latter half, his coach jumps in and just starts answering for him. It's kinda awkward actually.

UMike

Ohio..he was on radio IN ARKANSAS lol

canezilla


So yall are saying I need to grab my baby powder & pay South Plant's coach a visit?

Posted by: CoCane | January 28, 2013 at 09:19 AM
I'LL MEET U THERE I STAY 15 MINS AWAY.LET ME STOP BY BJ'S FIRST AND GET A 5 GALLON BUCKET OF BABY POWDER

CoCane

Lmao @Zilla

CoCane

What time does the new top 25 poll get released?

Ohio_Cane

What time does the new top 25 poll get released?

Posted by: CoCane | January 28, 2013 at 09:37 AM
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I think it's usually late morning/early afternoon.

CaneRock

Tim Brando talking about the Miami investigation, givn' HELL! to the NCAA...TELL EM' TIM!

The gist of what He said, is that College Football is leaving the NCAA behind, and I agree.

CaneRock

If U can find Manny's interview with Collins, listen to the whole thing where towards the latter half, his coach jumps in and just starts answering for him. It's kinda awkward actually.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | January 28, 2013 at 09:26 AM

Gatewood, who has maintained long-term friendships with Bielema, Gran and Partridge through recruiting in his time as a coach in South Florida, said anyone who gets the idea he wants Collins to leave South Florida "is off base." He said he would love to see Collins play at Miami, but is staying out of the decision-making process.

"In the end, I'm just hoping to get an answer after these next two visits," Collins said. "It's not going to be easy. I'm going to have say 'No' to a few people on Feb. 6.'"

Link to audio interview:http://media.miamiherald.com/smedia/2013/01/16/17/46/Ewwhf.So.56.mp3

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/01/alex-collins-wants-to-see-if-he-can-envision-himself-as-a-hurricane-on-his-official-visit.html#storylink=cpy

86Cane

What time does the new top 25 poll get released?

Posted by: CoCane | January 28, 2013 at 09:37 AM

Between 12 and 2 PM.

UMike

Collins, who already visited Florida, Wisconsin and Florida State, did say 'No' to somebody on Wednesday: Louisville assistant coach Clint Hurtt, who visited South Plantation in hopes of trying to sway him to take a visit there before Signing Day.

Hell yea! lol

86Cane

WVUM: Also of note, UM will be playing Saturday at NC State at 4 PM. Televised on CBS. First non-tourney CBS game since 2002-03 against Syracuse.

86Cane

WVUM Sports ‏@WVUMSports

The highest Miami Basketball has even been ranked in the AP Poll was 8th back in the 1959-60 season. In the "modern era", 9th in 1998-99.

Ohio_Cane

Golden in NY today for an in-home with RB/FB Augustus Edwards.

CaneRock

Collins, who already visited Florida, Wisconsin and Florida State, did say 'No' to somebody on Wednesday: Louisville assistant coach Clint Hurtt, who visited South Plantation in hopes of trying to sway him to take a visit there before Signing Day.

Hell yea! lol

Posted by: UMike | January 28, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Hahaaaa!...Yeah, I gotta kick out of that one too.

86Cane

FROM SPORTS ILLUSTRATED:

If this were a criminal case, the judge would immediately declare a mistrial. How do you prosecute a party after admitting you acquired some evidence through nefarious means? Yet, this being Emmert's NCAA, the governing body has hired a corporate investigator, Kenneth L. Wainstein, to conduct a review. Emmert said the probe should take an estimated seven to 10 days -- two weeks tops -- at which point it will discard whatever information Wainstein decrees was obtained inappropriately (which Emmert says is a "small portion" of the overall evidence against Miami) and proceed with the case as planned.

Wow, what a credible process that will be. But then again, credibility has moved swiftly in the opposite direction of the organization's Indianapolis headquarters throughout Emmert's tenure at the helm.

Remember the Cam Newton "loophole?" That was a good one. How about Ohio State's Tattoo Five being allowed to play in the Sugar Bowl thanks to some obscure waiver? Thank goodness they protected the "integrity" of a game that was later vacated. Last year, in a shameless abuse of power, Emmert shucked any notion of precedent or protocol in doling out his own personal Penn State penalties. The state of Pennsylvania is filing a suit over that one. Meanwhile, last fall, an NCAA investigator was reportedly fired after her boyfriend blabbed to a fellow airplane passenger about her pursuit of UCLA basketball freshman Shabazz Muhammad (he was reinstated shortly thereafter), while a Los Angeles judge ripped the organization for its "malicious" treatment of former USC running backs coach Todd McNair (implicated in the Reggie Bush case).

But this Miami thing -- this one takes the cake.

Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20130123/ncaa-miami-investigation-mark-emmert/#ixzz2JHoA8HhX

86Cane

By Jamie Newberg
National Recruiting Analyst
Date: Jan 28, 2013

Cornerback Rashard Robinson is now solid once again with the LSU Tigers, according to his head coach at Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely.

Hmmmmmmmmm...Ohio, what do U make of this?

UMike

By Jamie Newberg
National Recruiting Analyst
Date: Jan 28, 2013

Cornerback Rashard Robinson is now solid once again with the LSU Tigers, according to his head coach at Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely.

Hmmmmmmmmm...Ohio, what do U make of this?

Posted by: 86Cane | January 28, 2013 at 12:04 PM

Was does "once again" mean lol..did he have doubts etc..He would of been a hard flip any way and we have a lot of young DB's

86Cane

To wrap up, Pete Ariz (of CaneInsight of course) provided his thoughts on the percentages of each remaining big name target:

Jermaine Grace 90%
Jaynard Bostwick 90%
Alex Collins 70%
Matthew Thomas 80%
Denver Kirkland 75%
Stacy Coley 65%
Keith Bryant 15%
Rashard Robinson 20%

UpNorthCane

Rashad robinson will be a cane when its all said and done...... just a hunch

UMike

As much as I would like to stop the Ely to LSU pipeline..I dont think Robinson flips.

Ohio_Cane

Hmmmmmmmmm...Ohio, what do U make of this?

Posted by: 86Cane | January 28, 2013 at 12:04 PM
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U remember what I said a couple months ago about the only way he's not a Cane, right?

That's what I think of it.

CaneRock

LAWYERS!, just a buncha DAMN! lawyers.
Again, the suits in Indy just don't represent the reality on the ground. NOTHING! about this group represents the makeup of College athletics...

The five infractions appeals committee members are appointed from the general public (one member) and the NCAA membership. Members serve three-year terms, up to nine years.

W. Anthony Jenkins, Dickinson Wright - A Detroit attorney who holds degrees from both Harvard and Princeton, Jenkins practices corporate, real estate and development law. He also serves as his firm’s Chief Diversity Officer. His term ends in September 2014, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Susan Lipnickey, Miami (Ohio) – Lipnickey is a health studies professor and the faculty athletics representative at Miami (Ohio). She earned her PhD at Ohio State and also serves on the NCAA’s Leadership Council. Her term expires in September 2012, and she is eligible for reappointment.

Patricia C. Ohlendorf, Texas – Ohlendorf is vice-president of institutional relations and legal at Texas. She began her career at the institution in 1971. She holds bachelor’s and law degrees from Texas. Her term expires in September 2012, and she is eligible for reappointment.

David Williams II, Vanderbilt – Williams is vice chancellor for university affairs, general counsel and secretary of the university and a law professor at Vanderbilt. He teaches tax and sports law as well as law and education courses. He holds degrees from Northern Michigan, Detroit and New York University. His term expires in September 2011, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Jack H. Friedenthal, George Washington – A former Committee on Infractions member, Friedenthal is law professor and faculty athletics representative at George Washington. He holds degrees from Stanford and Harvard. His term expires in September 2011, and he is eligible for reappointment.

86Cane

ESPN Power Poll (not one of the "official" polls) has UM at #13:

It was a fantastic week for the Hurricanes. Miami hammered No. 1 Duke by 27 points and topped Florida State on Sunday to remain the lone undefeated team in ACC play, and it also got big man Reggie Johnson back from a broken thumb sooner than expected.

86Cane

COACHES POLL HAS CANES AT #15.

86Cane

Jorge Milian ‏@caneswatch

UM has played three teams ranked among the Top 9 by coaches: Duke (5), Arizona (8) and Michigan State (9). Beat Duke and Michigan State.

LB

Keef still keefin'...

"He wore a head-to-toe Miami sweatsuit to an area high school football game last fall and drove the Hurricanes' faithful wild -- until photos of him in Florida State gear hit the Internet. He even tweeted "SemiVolCaneTiger" on Jan. 16 just for the heck of it."

"http://www.pbgametime.com/news/atlantics-keith-bryant-biggest-blue-chip-left-on-big-board/154454/"

canezilla

ELY+LSU=CA$H FLOW TRAIN

Ohio_Cane

He even tweeted "SemiVolCaneTiger" on Jan. 16 just for the heck of it."

"http://www.pbgametime.com/news/atlantics-keith-bryant-biggest-blue-chip-left-on-big-board/154454/"

Posted by: LB | January 28, 2013 at 12:46 PM
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Actually, they churched that up so they could post it. He really tweeted "SemiCockVolCane". Now tons of people are calling him SemiCock lol

Ohio_Cane

Peter Ariz ‏@P_Ariz3

Miami bringing out the big guns tonight for an in-home visit with NY RB/FB Gus Edwards. Golden, Coley, & Richardson will all be there #Canes
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With the hire of Coley and some of the targets being between UM and FSU, anyone think Golden doesn't wanna stick it to Jimbob this year? A sort of "I warned U" statement from last year when he said "Get your licks in now".

He's almost making it obvious, and I LOVE IT!

Ohio_Cane

U remember what I said a couple months ago about the only way he's not a Cane, right?

That's what I think of it.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | January 28, 2013 at 12:17 PM
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ELY+LSU=CA$H FLOW TRAIN

Posted by: canezilla | January 28, 2013 at 12:46 PM
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Ohio_Cane

And before that Wisconsin

Posted by: UMike | January 28, 2013 at 09:12 AM
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Just read back over these today and caught this and realized I didn't respond.

Coach is good friends with Beliema, that's why it was Wisky before.

Hassan

we are #14 now, i feel we are top 10

CGNC

Happy Monday party people

Ohio_Cane

CANES AT #14 IN AP POLL

Ohio_Cane

i feel we are top 10

Posted by: Hassan | January 28, 2013 at 01:24 PM
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Agree. Still no love after thrashing #1 Duke and FSWho

UMike

I will take #14..let them sleep on Miami..besides what really matters is our seed in the tourny

j.w.

14 is a big jump, but not big enough! But rankings are meaningless in this sport. Get a 3 seed or better and you've got a great shot to be playing for a while in March.

Hassan


Jekiri is an important player for our future. He runs well for a big man, he still looks like a freshman sometimes but i like how we sets screens and have a good motor for a big guy.

Gin & Tonic

we are #14 now, i feel we are top 10

Posted by: Hassan | January 28, 2013 at 01:24 PM

The loss @ FGCU is going to hurt this team in rankings for now. Win @ V-Tech and @ NC State this week and they should be top 10 for sure.

It was a horrible loss. It could still haunt them come tournament ranking time as well; unless they finish with only 5 or 6 L's.

UMike

Shocker..

Keith Bryant says his latest trip to USC was the best yet. Did South Carolina move up his list after his official visit to Columbia?

CoCane

As The "U" rose up the rankings to #14 with a 15-3 record & on a 7 game winning streak. I must say... COLLEGE HOOPS RANKINGS ARE FULL OF SHYT.

How do you remain in the top 5 after getting masacred by 27? All you have to be is Duke. They dropped from #1 to #5. Smmfh

We're ranked behind 3 teams with 4 losses.
#11 Ohio St 15-4
#12 Louisville 16-4 (3 strait losses)
#13 Michigan St 17-4 (WE BEAT THEM???!!!) WTF

The final slap in the face in this weeks rankings:

Butler remains in the top 10 at #9 after losing to unranked LaSalle. THE "U" POUNDED LASALLE BY 17.

Bottom line, this is good motivation for Larranaga & his band of hardwood mercinaries. The lack of respect will inspire them to take care of biz @VaTech. Then, molest & mangle the over hyped preseason ACC favorites NCST on their home floor, on national television this saturday at 4pm. I can't wait to see this...

Just keep winning. THEY'LL FEEL US.

CHURCH

Ohio_Cane

Shocker..

Keith Bryant says his latest trip to USC was the best yet. Did South Carolina move up his list after his official visit to Columbia?

Posted by: UMike | January 28, 2013 at 02:04 PM
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Sarcasm is heavy with this one. LOL

5shipsago

Collins to announce Feb. 4TH.

CoCane

I agree G&T. If we don't lose to Gulf Coast, we would've been ranked since the win over Michigan St & would be top 10 right now.

The hoops pollsters are biased though. They're giving Duke a pass because they're playing without Ryan Kelly. Those fukk ass DUKE SUCKERS didn't give us a pass losing to Gulf Coast without Durand Scott or losing to Zona & Indiana St without big Reggie...

5shipsago

Didn't see Alex Figeroa's name listed as a verbal on Canes Sport. Is he still with us?

Hassan

Fig is still with us, Rivals has him as an unrated recruit, they are idiots and can not get basic stuff straight like who we have committed.

CaneRock

Figueroa is an EE

Canesfan_1

Figueroa is an early enrollee.

CaneRock


Figueroa is an EE


Posted by: CaneRock | January 28, 2013 at 02:26 PM

Typo...Figueroa is an EE, right?

CaneRock

Figueroa is an early enrollee.

Posted by: Canesfan_1 | January 28, 2013 at 02:27 PM

Well there you go.
I look for Him to have a Gabe Terry impact.

orange 'n green in the vein

Anybody know if he's related to Joel or are their last names just the same by a coincidence?

The Pimp's stable is playing like the 9th best team in the nation and I thought they'd end up at #13 but didn't give enough weight to anti-UM voting bias obviously.

Ohio_Cane

Would be lovely if the NCAA would come out with it's "Sanctions" before Feb 1st, wouldn't it?

5shipsago

Finding it hard to see Collins being a Cane. With Edwards coming this weekend and the coaches really pushing hard to get this dude, something has to be up. The flip side of this, could it be we get both. I know they are trying to cover their butts, in case Collins, does head to Arky but do they take both, if they both want to come? As much as I whine about our DT situation, This Bryant kid thinks he's a freaking Prima Donna. If we get him good and if we don't, which it looks that way, we ain't sweaten your loss hoss!

86Cane

5ships...from what I have seen, heard and read Miami would take them BOTH (Collins and Edwards). Will they both commit? I think so.

CoCane

I think Dallas Crawford transfers soon if We get Collins & Edwards...

CaneRock

GREAT ARTICLE ON THE NCAA INVESTIGATION:

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/8888829/the-ncaa-botched-miami-investigation

Posted by: 86Cane | January 28, 2013 at 02:37 PM

"This is what happens when you give people license to unleash their Inner Authoritarian, when you encourage them in thinking that the arbitrary enforcement of irrational codes of behavior designed to keep a labor force unpaid that is making you billions of dollars are somehow on an equal footing with actual criminal and civil law. This is what happens when you encourage bureaucrats to act like cops. This is what happens when you tell your people that a clipboard and a briefcase are the same as a badge and a gun. You get low comedy with human consequences."

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mmmmmm-hmmmmmm.

Canesfan_1


I think Dallas Crawford transfers soon if We get Collins & Edwards...

Posted by: CoCane | January 28, 2013 at 03:05 PM


DEAD WRONG

Montreal-Cane

This Bryant kid thinks he's a freaking Prima Donna. If we get him good and if we don't, which it looks that way, we ain't sweaten your loss hoss!

Posted by: 5shipsago | January 28, 2013 at 02:57 PM

Agree 100% he is larger than life. Too bad they cannot be all great and humble kids like Duke Johnson, Deon Bush and 95% of the Canes...

orange 'n green in the vein

Fisch was always featuring Crawford as a direct snap weapon, with whatever UM is going to run now he might need to find a real position instead of a gimmick to be used as or else get lost in the shuffle.

When you have a QB making a record book run like Morris was piling up last year when he was on, I always question why you're direct snapping the ball out of his hands, what's the alternative? Crawford simply running it isn't a good enough answer to me because a good defense is coming after him in the backfield with everything they can throw at him and Crawford faking a run to throw it is an even worse answer than him running it IMO. Keep the ball in Morris' hands and keep the defense afraid of the pass to the endzone from anywhere on the field instead.

kenyon19ypr

I think Dallas Crawford transfers soon if We get Collins & Edwards...

Posted by: CoCane | January 28, 2013 at 03:05 PM

I don't think so. I'm pretty sure Crawford sees his value as a versatile player and a scout team All-American. If it wasn't for him, the defense would have been less ready for anyone like EJ Manuel, Logan Thomas, etc.

orange 'n green in the vein

Monty, you aren't sweating the Subban RFA negotiation are you? The Habs are a fringe playoff team right now, much better skill and speed but I think if they add PK back into the mix they can win their division. His chirpy-ness doesn't really bother me but then again, I'm probably as far removed from hockey team 'culture' as you can get so I want him to do a total 'Demolition Man'-era Rodman dyed hair heel turn just to get to see him get into a fight and lose his helmet to reveal this:

http://sportsrantz.com/rantz/files/2013/01/habs3x3.png

dyed into his skull for my own maximum entertainment value.

CoCane

Canesfan1

I could be wrong a about transferring soon but I'm probably right about transferring eventually.

If the RB stable looks like this going into his redshirt junior year. He'll leave & would be a idiot not to.

Jr Duke Johnson
So Alex Collins
So Danny Dillard
Fr Augustus Edwards
Fr Sony Michel

He won't sniff the field with a stable like that...

Montreal-Cane

Posted by: CaneRock | January 28, 2013 at 12:19 PM

CaneRock The NCAA committee on infractions is even worse and look at the schools they are coming from..."It's us against the world"

John S. Black, Polsinelli Shughart A Kansas City-based attorney who holds degrees from Duke and Colorado College, Black has assisted sports-related nonprofit organizations implement governance, rights protection and risk minimization processes. His term expires in September 2014, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Roscoe Howard, Andrews Kurth LLP A Washington, D.C.-based attorney, Howard focuses his practice on white-collar criminal matters, corporate compliance and ethics issues and other litigation. Howard, a former U.S. Attorney, holds degrees from Virginia and Brown. His term expires in September 2012, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Gregory Sankey, SEC Associate commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, Sankey handles all compliance matters for the league. A former commissioner of the Southland Conference, Sankey holds degrees from Cortland State and Syracuse. Sankey’s term expires in September 2013, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Britton Banowsky, Conference-USA Commissioner of Conference-USA, Banowsky holds a law degree and business degree from Oklahoma and is the Committee's chair. Before joining Conference-USA, he was general counsel for the Big 12 and commissioner of the Southland Conference. Banowsky’s term expires in September 2014 and he is eligible for reappointment.

Melissa L. Conboy, Notre Dame Senior deputy athletics director at Notre Dame, Conboy oversees facilities, legal affairs and human resources for the school. Conboy also served as an NCAA enforcement representative from 1985 to 1987. She holds degrees from Kansas and Notre Dame. Conboy’s term expires in September 2014, and she is eligible for reappointment.

James O’Fallon, Oregon A law professor and faculty athletics representative at Oregon, O’Fallon’s scholarly work focuses on constitutional history and theory and legal philosophy, including environmental law . He also taught at Richmond and Detroit and was a fellow at Harvard. O’Fallon’s term expires in September 2012, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Rodney Uphoff, Missouri A law professor and former criminal defense lawyer and public defender, Uphoff holds undergraduate and law degrees from Wisconsin and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics. He serves as Missouri’s associate dean of academic affairs and defended Oklahoma City federal building bomber Terry Nichols. His term expires in September 2012, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Greg Christopher, Bowling Green Athletics director at Bowling Green of the Mid-America Conference, Christopher has a communications background. A former communications marketing analyst and one-time executive director of the Society of Professional Journalists, Christopher was named athletics director at Bowling Green in 2006. His term expires in 2015, and he is eligible for reappointment.

Eleanor W. Myers, Temple A law professor and faculty athletics representative, Myers holds undergraduate and law degrees from Penn. She specializes in professional responsibility and business. She was a securities and antitrust attorney while in private practice. Her term expires in September 2012, and she is eligible for reappointment.

Christopher Griffin, Foley & Lardner A Tampa-based attorney, Griffin conducts a broad practice in commercial litigation. Griffin earned both his B.A. and J.D. from Florida State University. His term expires in September 2014, and he is eligible for reappointment.

CoCane

Unless he goes back to DB. Oh wait... Then there's that depth chart. Dam

orange 'n green in the vein

"Posted by: kenyon19ypr | January 28, 2013 at 03:27 PM"

Yes, that 'scout team all-american' sell job is always very popular draw with football players, they line up around the block to ink on the dotted line when you fish for them with that. Preparing the worse defense in school history for below average QB's who are most dangerous running the option is what every kid dreams of doing growing up playing football, why would he want anymore than that? You sure you didn't forget the " ;) " emoticon part of your post before hitting that button at the bottom of the page there k19?

kenyon19ypr

Durand Scott won ACC Player of the Week. He's probably one of the most underrated/discussed guards in the game. Gotta wonder if he has any NBA chances. With DeQuan Jones making the Magic, I'd have to think yes. Agree?

Ohio_Cane

Posted by: 5shipsago | January 28, 2013 at 02:57 PM
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They're taking Gus Edwards regardless of Collins committing and has nothing to do with them being worried about him.

He'll be used as an H-back/FB in Coley's system.

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