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April 19, 2013




Terrance Sullivan

This partnership between ACC and the stinkin Irish actually looks promising.


Smdh at terry!!!! Young mAn you were given an opportunity to succeed and prove yourself and u failed miserably n stabbed not only your coach but teammates in the back!!!!

Hurricane Warrior


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cinco de 'cane o!!


Terry was arrested in eighth grade for burglary and larceny and sent to Boys Town, a center for at-risk youth in Omaha, Neb. He spent more than three years there.

Out there I grew up,’’ he said in early November. I was young, and I don’t even know how to say it, just a little out of control. I had to grow up and learn some social skills and learn how to carry myself like a young teenager. It really did help me.''

Terry’s father, Clarence Terry, is serving a life sentence in a Central Florida prison for a 2001 murder. The two were huge Hurricanes fans together before Clarence went to prison...

Al Golden can take the blame for recruiting kids he knows will be potential thugs (considering their background)tarnising
"once again" UM's reputation.

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/04/hurricanes-linebacker-gabe-terry-busted-for-pot-felony-because-of-the-amount-and-suspended-indefinit.html#storylink=cpy


He was suspended late last season and missed the Virginia and USF games, though UM coach Al Golden never specified what he had done wrong.

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/04/hurricanes-linebacker-gabe-terry-busted-for-pot-felony-because-of-the-amount-and-suspended-indefinit.html#storylink=cpy


Montreal, Al is not the one to blame. The dumb ass was given an opportunity and he blew it.


Gabe Terry...Here we go it's all over the medias.


Anybody else see that UCF won their appeal and are now bowl eligible in 2013......no way Miami gets another bowl ban.


Canesteeler i like coach Golden but he needs to check the personal background of every single players more carefully and apply his zero tolerance policy...UM's reputation has suffered enough the last couple of years...
By the way your Pens are my favorite to win the cup this year if they can get healthy for the playoffs.


Not sure if Gabe Terry listened to Don Soldinger in front of him few days ago...



If this happened last year why is it coming out now?? Obviously a bad decision by the kid but I don't think he should be kicked off the team if he can get this dropped to a misdemeanor and he agrees to take some drug rehab classes and get his life back on track. Give him an opportunity to break the cycle.


Despite a career-high trying seven strikeouts from junior left-handed pitcher Chris Diaz, the University of Miami baseball team fell 1-0 Friday night to the visiting Clemson Tigers at Alex Rodriguez Park.

Diaz (3-3) scattered four hits and walked only one batter in his eight innings of work. However, it wasn’t enough as the Canes (25-16, 8-11 ACC) were unable to score any of their seven base runners on the night.

The game’s only run would come in the top of the sixth. After a leadoff walk and a one-out single, the Tigers’ Thomas Brittle hit a grounder to second that was slow enough to avoid the double play and score Jon McGibbon from third.

Clemson’s Daniel Gossett (6-2) matched Diaz in the pitcher’s duel, striking out 10 UM batters, while allowing only three hits in seven innings.

“It was definitely a pitcher’s duel,” said Miami head coach Jim Morris. “Gossett threw a little bit better than Chris did, but both teams played good defense. They got a big hit and we didn’t is what it came down to.”


Give him an opportunity to break the cycle.

Posted by: SmatCane | April 20, 2013 at 09:29 AM

He was already given the BIGGEST and BEST opportunity of his life and threw it away.

IMHO time to move on...


Miami’s track & field program had another strong showing at the ACC Outdoor Championships and standout thrower Isaiah Simmons led the way.

A day after the redshirt freshman finished third in men’s discus and set a new Miami record, Simmons won the men’s shot put with a mark of 61’ 11.75”. The win earned Simmons All-ACC honors in shot put one day after he did the same in discus.

“Isaiah has shown tremendous poise and competed his heart out,” said Miami director of track & field and cross country, Amy Deem.

Simmons’ throw gave Miami its first win of the ACC Outdoor Championships, set a new school record and gave the Hurricane men 10 points towards their team score.

The victory also gave Simmons the 2013 ACC title in both indoor and outdoor shot put.

Terrance Sullivan

Well said 86. Time to move on from Terry.


I suppose. Nobody here has received a second chance? Maybe he doesn't deserve it at Miami but for the kids sake I hope he turns it around and doesn't end up in jail like his father.

Also did we lose out on playing ND at home?


Also did we lose out on playing ND at home?

Posted by: SmatCane | April 20, 2013 at 12:12 PM

It looks like a YES to that.

Not suprising, but definitely disappointing.

Terrance Sullivan

Actually we will play ND at home either in 2017 like it waa setup or 2018 or 2019. Since that's how the contract is setup. My guess is the game will stay on in 2017. Go Canes.

His Royal Dudeness

Yup. Coach Sol is the MAN. Wish Golden would hire him because he belongs at The U. All the man does is develop the worlds finest running backs. Sol is a Hurricane legend. His players LOVE him. Well except the lazy, fat and entitled ones.


Yup. Coach Sol is the MAN. Wish Golden would hire him because he belongs at The U. All the man does is develop the worlds finest running backs. Sol is a Hurricane legend. His players LOVE him. Well except the lazy, fat and entitled ones.

Posted by: The Dude | April 20, 2013 at 01:12 PM

I agree.
Never understood why He was let go in the first place.
Probably the best position coach to EVER! come through Miami.


Life as a college football coach and father of six is a challenge, one Gators defensive line coach Bryant Young has decided to take a break from. In a team meeting Wednesday afternoon, Young informed the Gators that he was resigning for non-football reasons.

“After heavy consideration and giving over two decades to the game of football, I have made a personal decision to resign from my position at the University of Florida in order to pursue more time with my family.” Young said.

A former NFL All-Pro defensive tackle who spent his entire 14-year career with the San Francisco 49ers, Young joined Florida coach Will Muschamp’s inaugural staff in January 2011. His primary job was defensive tackles coach.

“We are very thankful for Coach Young’s contributions to the program and I respect his decision. This is strictly a personal decision and has nothing to do with NCAA compliance, but just an opportunity to evaluate his future path,” Muschamp said.


His Royal Dudeness

He was let go because he didn't agree with Larry Coker's lazy approach to coaching. Larry thought he was too hard on fat Tyrone Moss. Sol was a scapegoat firing by Coker to save his own job. Another way Coker hurt the program.

Old Skool

In stupid news ...

A 25 year old Peoria Illinois man filed a lawsuit Thursday against Chicago Bulls Superstar Derrick Rose. Matthew Thompson, a self-described long-time Bulls fan, and electrician claims Rose missing the entire 2012-2013 NBA regular season has caused him to have mental breakdowns and emotional distress, which ultimately led to obesity issues.

According to reports, Thompson claims Rose displayed negligent behavior by refusing to return to the court, despite having been cleared by team doctors. He blames his health issues on the MVP’s refusal to return.


Posted by: 86Cane | April 20, 2013 at 01:34 PM

If Jethro leaves after this year, Young should be the first person that AG calls.


Wow a college student/athlete got cought with Pot! Big effn deal!!

America will legalize it in the next 10 years anyways, who cares... I don't even smoke and feel this way about Pot. Legalize it and Tax! C' on man!

His Royal Dudeness

Totally agree Jack.

Old Skool that is some bullsh*t.

CaneRock, if there is any position open it should go to Sol and then shuffle everyone else into positions.


Young should be the first person that AG calls.

Posted by: CaneRock | April 20, 2013 at 02:08 PM

From Bleacher Report on NSD 2013:

In 2012, Will Muschamp was unable to sign a single un-committed recruit on national signing day. It didn't take long for Muschamp to improve on that record this year.

According to 247Sports.com, the Gators have received a commitment from 4-star defensive tackle Jay-nard Bostwick.

Bostwick announced his college decision at his high school. He chose Florida over Miami and Alabama.

The Gators hosted Bostwick last weekend. Being the last school to see him could have played in Florida's favor.

BOY, I'LL SAY! Wonder how that will work out in the long run or if he returns to coaching soon? LOL

orange 'n green in the vein

Well the good news is Gabe Terry will now have plenty of time to help the medical or outright legalization forces in Florida fight the good fight since he won't be playing football at the University of Miami any time soon. Welcome to the cause Gabe, here we don't lie about our height/weights by two inches/25 pounds though.


Canes beat Clemson 2-1 in game 2 to tie series at 1-1. Rubber game tomorrow at 1 PM at ARP.



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