Over the years, since Canespace began way back in June of 2006, we have steadily become more than just your typical college sports blog.
We have been kicking bass and taking names for a long, long time now. As we have gone through the years we have learned that "community" matters as much as the score of the game, the season record or anything else.
We have traveled long and far to North Carolina and Fort Myers, Tampa, Jacksonville, deep into the heart of Gator Country in Gainesville and even to Tallahassee to see our Miami Hurricanes take on the Florida State Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium (football), Dick Howser Stadium (baseball) and The Civic Center (basketball) in the State's Capitol.
In fact, Canespace has become a family, a social club and group of people who do things together well beyond the scope of University of Miami athletic events. Sure hanging by your computer for 24 hours around National Signing Day is fun and all but believe me, there is life outside of those four walls surrounding you as you read this.
We strongly recommend that at least every once in a while that you get up, put down the texting device and go outside and play. Try it, you'll like it!
Since we started this blog a little over six years ago we have been white water rafting, scalloping, dining, partying, camping, fishing, traveling and site-seeing.
We have also participated in many other activities that most people who read the blog on a casual or even a regular basis have no idea is going on.
On Monday, February 25th long-time blogger Old Skool and myself went on another Canespace fishing trip in Central Florida on Lake Istokpoga near Sebring. And needless to say, we kicked bass!
So, again as usual, and as you can clearly see, a good time was had by all.
It is the Canespace way.