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March 29, 2013

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Habcane

1st

CaneRock

DEON BUSH!
DOS!

Terrance Sullivan

Awesome piece 86. Cheers to the greatest UM bball team in history. 40 minutes of L was in full effect. Hopefully our Baseball and Football team will be as successful.

Sarasota 'cane

Nice recap. If 5 of the 25 early buckets drop I think it's a totally different game. It's was mind boggling how many times the ball hit the rim and did not go in! Oh well, that's why you play the game!

Go 'canes!

UpNorthCane

Way to sum it up Soup!! Great article once again.....

I want to apologize for not bein the first post on the the last blog, if you dont know everytime im the first post the CANES win no matter if its football or basketball. So i apologize to my canespace friends Canes counity for letting us down.....

Great BBALL year cant wait for football!!!

Tonycane

Constantin Popa!


SOUP

Good thing I waited until tonight to write this article. Had I written it last night it might have sounded very different. LOL

SOUP

On a chilly Friday night for baseball at Davenport Field, the Miami Hurricanes fell to No. 9 Virginia by a final margin of 15-4.

The Hurricanes (19-10, 4-7 ACC) struck early in the series opener, plating a run off Cavaliers’ starter Brandon Waddell in the top half of the first inning. After opposite field singles from Alex Hernandez and Alex San Juan set up the scoring opportunity, junior Brad Fieger delivered a two-out RBI basehit up the middle to give Miami a 1-0 advantage.

The visitors looked to be in prime position to tack on to their early lead, but a close third strike call to freshman Christopher Barr with the bases loaded ended the scoring opportunity.

Trailing 4-1 after RBI doubles from Virginia's Brandon Downes and Mike Papi, the Hurricanes responded with three runs in the fourth, chasing Waddell out after just 3.0+ frames. The lefthander plunked Michael Broad to lead off the inning, then allowed back-to-back walks to Dale Carey and Barr. With the bases loaded, Waddell issued a four-pitch free pass to pinch hitter Tyler Palmer, walking in a run before being pulled in favor of Austin Young.

The righthanded reliever nearly got out of the jam with no further damage, striking out Ricky Eusebio and inducing a potential double play ball from Hernandez. But after a forceout at second, infielder Reed Gragnani's throw sailed into the visiting dugout, plating two runs to knot the game at 4-4.

After the Cavaliers (24-2, 8-2 ACC) scored a run in the bottom of the fourth to regain a 5-4 lead, the Hurricanes looked to have something building in the top of the sixth when Barr reached via single and Carey's sacrifice bunt was mishandled by Young for a two-on, none-out situation. Palmer's sacrifice bunt advanced both runners a base, but a groundout from Eusebio and a shallow popout from Hernandez ended the scoring chance.

Hurricane Warrior

Malcom!

The Dude

UpNorth, from now one we should all wait for you to post 1st on gameday.

BigWindyCane1

Great article 86. Great photos. It was a great ride for the Mend's BB team!

Willie Will in Nashville

UpNorth, from now one we should all wait for you to post 1st on gameday.

Posted by: The Dude | March 29, 2013 at 10:57 PM

I second that. Canespace Law

BEERicane

This baseball team is in jeopardy of ending the post-season streak. Lord knows that should spell the end of Morris. His past decade of recruiting ineptitude has finally left a perfectly average team on the field. Less MLB prospects, more D1 baseball prospects.

nemo2002

Da partyz ova!

roachcane77

NIce work 86.

On to football!

Perhaps I'll see you in Naples Friday night.

Ohio_Cane


Good thing I waited until tonight to write this article. Had I written it last night it might have sounded very different. LOL

Posted by: SOUP | March 29, 2013 at 10:05 PM
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Never go to bed angry, never write a blog angry. Lol

BEERicane

Never go to bed angry, never write a blog angry. Lol

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | March 30, 2013 at 08:42 AM

Wait. What? Anger is the better part of valor. Or something like that.

BEERicane

Now we get to see what Coach L can do on the recruiting trail having just had arguably the most talked about team this season which just enjoyed tremendous ACC success. This should lead to a solid recruiting class - something Miami has never really had. If this season serves as a springboard to launch a recruiting boon, then I'd say the season is a success.

CGNC

Happy Saturday party people! Nice article 86. Was a fun ride with the basketball team. I haven't been paying much attention to the baseball team, how are they looking?

CoCane

CGNC,

The baseball teams looks like garbage that needs to be dumped...

SOUP

Perhaps I'll see you in Naples Friday night.

Posted by: roachcane77 | March 30, 2013 at 07:57 AM

Quizas.

SOUP


I haven't been paying much attention to the baseball team, how are they looking?

Posted by: CGNC | March 30, 2013 at 09:05 AM

Not so good.

Even your buddy Ricky, a UM baseball season ticket holder for 15 years, and other really hardcore fans like that are whispering (out loud) for Morris' removal.

I'm jus sayin...

SOUP

I will say this...the basketball team brought out some of the best blogging around here in a long, long time.

Now if we can get OGV and Sarasota to kiss and make up and stop it with their blog attacks we might just have something here? LOL

j.w.

Great, great bloig, soup! Fell asleep early last night after a long week. But you know you have a talented T-ball team when a coach in the 8U league asks if we have a couple of girls who are ready to fill in on his team for a game if the need arises. :)

Canesteeler

A great hoops season concluded by a very good article. Time for Coach L and his staff to hit recruiting hard. I hope Larkin comes back, although he had a great season there is room for improvement before he goes to the next level. Don't get me started on the UM baseball team! Football season hurry the hell up and get here.

DeployedDiehardCane

Even though Im disappointed with the fact that they prolly had their worst game of the year when it mattered most, I'm damn proud of that team and Coach L. I usually pay attention to scores and that's it and lose interest when they have the typical mediocre season with no tournament shot. Once Bishop Daniels left the team and Reggie got hurt early on, I was kinda worried where they would head with those distractions but they regrouped and kicked some major zzz. This was the best season to date for them by far and even though I had at least elite 8 expectations, as the title of the blog suggested all good things must come to an end. Salute Canes B-Ball team.

39 days left....

SOUP

Thanks for all of the positive comments on the blog article.

Much appreciated!

NigerianCane

One of my rituals is to wait 2 to 3 days after a U team loss b4 checking back on here in avoidance of the barrage of negativity that engulfs the blog after a loss. I guess from the comment, I was proving right again. Did not even bother to skim thru the old blog.

CaneRock

RILEY FIRES BACK AT LEBRON CRITICISM:

Heat beat Hornets on road last night 108-89 to clinch top seed in Eastern Conference behind LeBron James' 36 points -- but that isn't the story. The story is Heat president Pat Riley firing back at Celtics prez Danny Ainge for calling it "embarrassing " that James complained about officiating and hard fouls in the loss at Chicago. "Danny Ainge needs to shut the f--- up and manage his own team," Riley said in a statement. "He was the biggest whiner going when he was playing..." Think about that. Riley telling a contemporary to "shut the f--- up." In a statement released through the club. You go, boy!

roachcane77

Yeah Pat Riley...call it like you see it baby!

Canesteeler, Larkin said he WAS coming back a couple of weeks ago...

Like somebody else on the blog said at the time... It's NOT like he needs the money.

SOUP

Miami jumped out to an early lead for the second consecutive game, but struggled to generate offense late in a 8-1 loss to No. 9 Virginia at Davenport Field.

The Hurricanes (19-11, 4-7 ACC) struck first again Saturday afternoon, jumping out to a 1-0 lead on an RBI single from sophomore catcher Garrett Kennedy in the second inning. After Michael Broad walked to lead off the frame, freshman Ricky Eusebio laid down a sacrifice bunt to set up the scoring chance. Kennedy's single, which dropped into rightfield, was deep enough to plate Broad, who slid in at home just before the tag of Virginia catcher Nate Irving.

The hosts would respond, however, plating three runs in the bottom of the second to jump out to a 3-1 lead.

After junior lefthander Bryan Radziewski allowed two baserunners to open the inning, Nick Howard’s hard-hit grounder to short looked like a potential double play opportunity for the Hurricanes’ defense. Shortstop Alex Hernandez mishandled the ball, however, plating the tying run from third. Virginia (25-2, 9-2 ACC) would tack on RBI singles from Reed Gragnani and Joe McCarthy to take an early two-run lead.

Radziewski would collect himself to deliver another quality start, retiring a stretch of nine straight batters and 12 of 13 during the middle innings. The Miami, Fla., native, who earned ACC Pitcher of the Week honors for a 16-strikeout gem last time out against Virginia Tech, went six innings, striking out five batters while walking just two.

Virginia starter Scott Silverstein was up to the task. After allowing the RBI single to Kennedy, Silverstein (5-0) set down 15 of the next 16 batters, keeping the visitors off-balance and off the scoreboard. Ricky Eusebio’s seventh-inning single and a walk from Kennedy signaled the end of the afternoon for Silverstein. Reliever Whit Mayberry, entering the game in a tough jam, induced a groundout from pinch hitter Grant Heyman to maintain his team’s late lead.

The Cavaliers would tack on four insurance runs in the eighth to help clinch the series victory.

SOUP

After a dominant performance against No. 35 North Carolina State on Thursday, the 9th-ranked University of Miami women’s tennis team notched its second straight shu out win of the week, drubbing Wake Forest, 7-0, Saturday afternoon at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center.

Miami improves to 4-1 in ACC play and 13-3 overall on the dual season.

“I think the girls are playing well,” head coach Paige Yaroshuk-Tews. “This last segment of matches post FSU we have been doing really well as a team. We have been getting better and today was kind of an interesting match, not having players in certain spots.

Today’s victory closes out a perfect month for the Hurricanes. All while facing some of the nation’s best, including No. 22 Texas, No. 23 Clemson and No. 29 Baylor, the Hurricanes were able mark an unblemished 7-0 record in March.

BEERicane

Baseball is so bad we have to read about women's tennis. SMDH

HawaiiCane

Marquette loses the same way we did to them... by shooting like 22% from the field!!! Good riddance.

SOUP

OK, so the TV announcers AND the Syracuse players just said OUT LOUD exactly what CoCane said yesterday about how to play ZONE and beat Marquette. And they did convincingly 55-39.

So the NEXT time somebody here wants to say: "The fans don't know SQUAT, the million dollar coaches know EVERYTHING" then U can just choke on that!!!

Brevardcane

I hope the fans are wrong on D'No but I'm thinking they are not.

BEERicane

We lost to a team that only put up 39 pts?! Yeah, we choke on a big fat one. Who was in here yesterday defending Marquette as a tem that can shoot? Yeah... Not so much. I told y'all they blew!!

BEERicane

Preach Soup. Me and Co fought the (unfortunately) good fight on here. Haters go'n hate. OGV thinks he's great.

CaneRock

I told y'all they blew!!

Posted by: BEERicane | March 30, 2013 at 09:47 PM

Of course you did.

Ohio_Cane

Fuckeyes down!!! Yes!

BEERicane

This is the worst half of basketball the canes have played all year. Fortunately Marquette sucks.

Posted by: BEERicane | March 28, 2013 at 07:59 PM


Damn, CR. looks like I did! Suck on that! (Oh btw where was an earlier post which spoke to their suckiness, too). How do you like dem apples?

My Balls are Sweaty

Thanks a million to the Bball team for a great ride. Lets hope CoachL can establish a consistantly good basketball program. The Bbal tourneys sure beat hell out of the banalities of spring football.

BEERicane

Lark is gone. Huge mistake. Wish him the best. Decision yet to be made, but the hesitation speaks volumes.

Sarasota 'cane

Is it really that bad of decision with the seniors all leaving and the NCAA cloud still hovering over the program?

If Donna's "all in" dismissal strategy fails then the Basketball team will undoubtedly be hit with a post season ban or two. That coupled with a mediocre season and/or injury could lower his stock even further than it dropped the other day.

CoCane

Soup & BEERicane thanks for the props!

I also said watch what Syracuse's zone would do Marquette because they can't shoot. BLOW OUT! I knew that would happen but anytime you speak the ugly truth people call you a hater.

It was just a shame that coach L didn't make a bad shooting team shoot to beat him. Oh well. I hope he learns how to be flexible with his gameplans or he'll always lose to teams that can match up with his ball screen. Ijs

Willie Will in Nashville

OGV,

Is yo honeymoon ova yet? Lol

elliott

Congrats to the team on getting to the sweet 16 and nice write up. Coach L better be recruiting like Nick Nolte in Blue Chipe or else we are a middle of the pack team at best next year. We need big bodies and a couple of good guards like All-American type of guards in order to compete. We got beat by a better team in the sweet 16 and truth is we were playing inconsistent in the later part of the season.

CoCane

Elliot,

If you think we got beat by the better team. Read the earlier comments...

CGNC

Posted by: CoCane | March 31, 2013 at 12:05 AM

LOL Coach L is how old? Chances of him changing strategy are slim and none

CaneRock

LOL Coach L is how old? Chances of him changing strategy are slim and none

Posted by: CGNC | March 31, 2013 at 08:41 AM

CGNC...What's that they say about ole' dogs and new tricks...

And I know you know this one, but what's that they say about leading horses to a water source...

CGNC

Canerock - LOL yeah I do know that one. Still, I enjoyed the hoops team getting as far as they did

SOUP

OGV,

Is yo honeymoon ova yet? Lol

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | March 31, 2013 at 12:40 AM

He is a state of depression after his NJ Devils lost to the LOWLY Lightning in Tampa the other night. He went to the hockey game and has NOT been heard from since?

SOUP

I also said watch what Syracuse's zone would do Marquette because they can't shoot. BLOW OUT! I knew that would happen but anytime you speak the ugly truth people call you a hater.

Posted by: CoCane | March 31, 2013 at 12:05 AM

I could not believe what the announcers, analysts and the Syracuse players said after the game against Marquette. It was as though the ALL took the words right out of your mouth. I just hope it wasn't while they were kissing U? LOL

It was literally word for word almost verbatum from what U had posted the day before.

CoCane

SOUP,

I wasn't bashing coach L when I was saying those things. I'm just one of the few fans that actually understand the X's & O's of the game. I knew how Marquette played after seeing them a few times this year. They win by playing defense, keeping the score low & hope to pull it out in the last 2 minutes. You couldn't have paid me to believe that we wouldn't go zone & force them to shoot. The scouting report on them isn't a secret. I guess it was a secret to coach L. (shruggs)

1 time for the people that argued how wrong I was but won't come on here to give me my props. Smh & Lol

SOUP

Coke...U don't ever have to bash anyone to make your point IF your statements and the facts stand on their own merit. In this case they do as was evidenced by those who confirmed them as TRUE.

Terrance Sullivan

Lol I didn't know the zone matters no doubt but when did Shane Larkin and Durand Scott become 6'6 guards. No one mentions length which makes that Syracuse zone lethal. U can play zone all day but if you don't have the necessary length the zone is less effective. BTW when u are just bricking shots that's not going to help you win either. All points above are valid. Hopefully our football team can be as successful as our basketball team has been this season. Go Canes.

SOUP

Terrance...Tru dat. It takes good defensive scheme and execution to make the zone work. And a LITTLE scoring doesn't hurt either. Even with playing zone Miami prolly would NOT have won the game with the way they were shooting the rock.

Terrance Sullivan

Yes sir 86. Happy Easter Canespacers.

CoCane

TS. Zone isn't complicated. It's the first thing you learn in organized hoops defense. You have to hit jumpers to defeat it. If you not a good shooting team, you're screwed. No the zone wouldn't have guarranteed a win but it would've changed game flow. If they were putting up bricks along with us in the first half, we never lose confidence. Eventually we settle down & have a chance to pull it out late. That's better than getting stomped by letting them do what they do best.

Terrance Sullivan

CoCane true.

Anthonyjmanis

No props.

antcane aka anthonyjmanis

I'll listen to an attorney before I listen to a convict passing out law advice.
I'll listen to a Doctor before I listen to my mothers home remedies.
Should I keep giving examples? I'll let the professional do there job. While I observe. They've their reason. I understand what your saying CoCane. I believe their is a reason why Coach L decided not to play zone other being a bad coaching decision.

SmatCane

Antcane just like you would trust that banker before you trust your uncle who stuffs his cash under his mattress. Until you realize that banker just stole all your money while smiling. Just as Wa Street touched the American taxpayers balls and begged for the bailout, but will look regular Joe in the face who needs a loan and tell him to go "F" himself. Bottom line anybody that has followed or played sports continually knows coach went about that game wrong. It doesn't mean he didn't have a great season.

SOUP

I'll listen to a Doctor before I listen to my mothers home remedies.

Posted by: antcane aka anthonyjmanis | March 31, 2013 at 05:08 PM

I'm gonna tell yo momma what U said.

U gonna get a whuppin boy!

AntCane

U guys make me laugh. That's one thing I can say about the space. The other.... well I'll just start keeping my opinions to myself.

Coach L

3-2;2-3;2-2-1. Exactly which zone concept would've worked best?

CaneRock

It's the first thing you learn in organized hoops defense.

Posted by: CoCane | March 31, 2013 at 02:26 PM

REALLY?!
I coached youth basketball when my boys were younger, and the first thing I taught every team I coached was man to man. Now there is some terminology that's considered "zone-ish", like weakside,ballside,1-pass away,skip-pass away,contest,deny,etc....but nevertheless, when somebody drives to the hole for a score, somebody has to stop em, that's MAN TO MAN!


Canesteeler

I want lville to beat the devil out of the Duke.

SOUP

I want lville to beat the devil out of the Duke.

Posted by: Canesteeler | March 31, 2013 at 07:01 PM

Your prayers have been answered my son.

Now I strongly suggest that U go watch "The Bible" on the History channel.

MaryLouAlumni

I too am glad that Duke lost, but feel terrible about that young man breaking his leg. Even my 92 year old Uncle Eddie watched the Canes BB every game that was shown up here in Michigan and my boyfriend Richard was glued to the TV too, both of us loving Shane. Funny, he's 6 foot or so, but looks so small in that crowd of "giants". I think he is leaving also. Can't blame him--seniors leaving, stupid NCAA stuff etc, but because of his height, I don't know if he can make it in the NBA. All of you know better. I may be coming down to the U to see this renowned Doctor, hoping he can help me. Had another "episode" 4 months ago. Do any of you know if there is campus apt. housing or condo, apt for rent. I would guess around May or June for one month at the most. I will let you know 86 if and when I am coming down. Maybe I can meet up with some of the CANESPACERS, which would be awesome.
Send my love to all of you. Mary Lou

CaneRock

Send my love to all of you. Mary Lou

Posted by: MaryLouAlumni | March 31, 2013 at 08:18 PM

We love you to Mary Lou, here's hoping and praying you get back to full health. One.

SOUP

Send my love to all of you. Mary Lou

Posted by: MaryLouAlumni | March 31, 2013 at 08:18 PM

We love you to Mary Lou, here's hoping and praying you get back to full health. One.

Posted by: CaneRock | March 31, 2013 at 08:44 PM

One Love. AMEN

86Cane

TonyCane...where U at?

86Cane

MaryLou...if U are going to see a UM doctor in Miami it will most likely be at Medical Campus near dowtown or where the old Orange Bowl used to be (836 EXPWY and I-95) not on the UM campus. If that is the case I may have just the place for U right on the beach. Email me for details.

86Cane

Miami took an early lead and didn't look back, capturing the Sunday finale with No. 9 Virginia by a final score of 4-3 at Davenport Field.

The Hurricanes (20-11, 5-7 ACC) exploded for four runs in the first, as four different players registered RBI's in the frame. After Christopher Barr and Ricky Eusebio reached via back-to-back singles to open the inning, senior Chantz Mack was issued a walk by Virginia (25-3, 9-3 ACC) starter Nick Howard to load the bases.

An RBI single from Brad Fieger fell just in front of diving centerfielder Brandon Downes to plate the game's opening run. Senior Michael Broad looked like he might have a single of his own, but an impressive diving play from shortstop Brandon Cogswell forced an out at second and scored Eusebio for the fielder's choice RBI.

On the first pitch he saw from Howard (3-2), freshman Grant Heyman connected on his first career double, Miami's fourth basehit of the inning, to make it 3-0. The Pittsford, N.Y., native went opposite field past the third baseman for the hit, which plated Mack and advanced Broad to third. Junior infielder Alex Hernandez would cap the scoring with a sacrifice fly to right, as the visitors jumped out to a 4-0 lead.

Sophomore lefthander Andrew Suarez battled his way to four effective innings. The Miami, Fla., native scattered five hits and two earned runs during his outing, striking out two and walking two. After allowing a two-RBI double to Reed Gragnani in the second, Suarez worked his way out of two big jams in the early innings that forced a high pitch count.

Pre83

Who's got next for NFLU?...From ESPN.com

AFC East 2013 breakout players

No. 4: Lamar Miller, RB, Miami Dolphins

2012 stats: 51 carries, 250 yards, one TD

Analysis: Most people who do not watch the Dolphins on a regular basis aren’t familiar with Miller. He never had more than 10 carries in a game. But those who closely follow the Dolphins know Miller was dangerous nearly every time he touched the football. He led the Dolphins with a yards-per-carry average of 4.9. Miller showed good vision and burst. The Dolphins also believe Miller is a better fit for their system than former tailback Reggie Bush. That is why Miami didn’t try to keep Bush from signing with the Detroit Lions in free agency. Miller should combine with Daniel Thomas to be a formidable young backfield. Miller’s biggest weakness is pass protection against the blitz. But with all-new weapons in Miami at receiver and tight end, Miller should have some open running lanes.

orange 'n green in the vein

This is the fourth day in a row I'll have been sick with the flu personally and seventh or six that my household has had someone ill with it so this will most likely be my only post on the topic until I stop feeling like death warmed over so getting right to the point;

1) Love the assertion that a team that has 35 years of identification with a 2-3 zone base defense being their hallmark as a program using that same defense to beat a team UM lost to is the definitive proof that a man-to-man half-court team like Miami should have just chucked their base defense out the window and played something they're really not better at doing.

2) I already said previously that it was worth trying on UM's part and guess what, they did! And they gave up offensive put-back chances on missed shots because Kadji (among others) wasn't getting a body on the nearest body, so what good the zone did was negated by UM's inexperience doing what needs to be done to secure the defensive stop when playing it, thus they'd be back to square one.

3) WWiN, I'm looking at the record books, let's see, '83, no team, '87, team no good, '89, team no good, '91 team no good, '01 team was decent but not great and didn't win the Big East outright, yeah I'm going to have to say The Pimp earned himself that AD-in-training-Odai-lifetime-extension-with-a-clause-for-his-ghost-to-use-an-Ouija-board-to-communicate-his-choice-to-extend-the-deal-another-decade-or-so-spirit-option.

4) Two nights in a row of losing games in extra time when the other team pulls the goalie to score the tying goal with 15 and 27 seconds on the clock has about a 1% chance of happening and yet it did Friday and Saturday to the Devils. So you can say the Sweet 16 loss was the start of a really bad run of sports fan results for me this week and then I catch a nasty fever. But on the bright side, I got to read this story; http://nhl.si.com/2013/03/31/sidney-crosby-has-broken-jaw/?sct=uk_t2_a3
and couldn't have been the only one to think, "Of course he is, there goes 50% of his game whining to the officials about every single call/non-call right there!" You can admit to it Pens fans, let's not all be total homers about this. I'm surprised the puck wasn't given a game misconduct by the officials for touching him.

CGNC

Pre, do you mean that the Dolphins will be improved for next season LOL? I am so hopeful.

Yeah 86 all good things come to an end but the bad things seem to stick around for awhile LOL

Ohio_Cane

^^ 6'6 270, Herb!

CaneRock

JUCO DT Victor Vernon offered

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1850349/highlights/18878373

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | April 01, 2013 at 09:27 AM

Another DT offer, Adam Torres

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1290520/adam-torres

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | April 01, 2013 at 09:28 AM


2014 DT Garrald McDowell Offered

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/994161/highlights/13754374

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | April 01, 2013 at 09:29 AM

^^ 6'6 270, Herb!

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | April 01, 2013 at 09:28 AM

YEAH!...HERB!
LMAO!


MaryLouAlumni

Thanks 86---I will e-mail you when I have the particulars. His name is Dr. Ralph Sacco, renowned neurologist who only treats patients with problems that caused a stroke. I'm sending all my MRI's etc to him. I guess he is world renowned. If you want to email first, about the place, that would be great. I always depend on you, and love you and Mrs. 86 a lot. My e-mail is mdaner01@comcast.net I want to be able to go to the Miami vs. Pittsburgh game (football)in Pittsburgh. My Richard always wants to go to an away game. Weird, isn't it? The last away game I went to was Louisville, where they beat our butt. That was in the days of Heavy D!!! Can't wait to hear from you, 86.
Mary Lou

Canesfan_1

Where couch potatoes who couldn't coach a callgirl out of her knickers, know more about coaching basketball defense than the paid professionals, who know and understand their personnel, who have spent a lifetime coaching REAL basketball players, in REAL games, with a strong track record of success.

Please keep the comedy going.

SOUP

Where couch potatoes who couldn't coach a callgirl out of her knickers, know more about coaching basketball defense than the paid professionals...

Posted by: Canesfan_1 | April 01, 2013 at 10:22 AM

That is NOT true.

I know for a FACT that we have coached at least 3 call girls out of their knickers in just the last year. And when I say "we" I use the term very loosely.

Ohio_Cane

CJ Leslie leaving NC State for NBA

SOUP

NEW BLOG IS UP!

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