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December 29, 2013

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Willie Will in Missouri

Somebody reads canespace apparently!

SOUP

Appreciate your thoughts and YES, U are correct. I did forget to say "IN MY HUMBLE OPINION". I will always say IMHO from now on. Thanks for the tip!

Posted by: Go Canes | December 29, 2013 at 10:14 PM

Well said. Appreciate U!

Habcane

Devon Hester

SOUP

This is a "transition blog" between the 725 comments on the last and before the time I get to put my thoughts together tomorrow for the bowl game analysis and summary.

Enjoy talking about something else than:

"WE SUCK!"

Willie Will in Missouri

After I posted our 2-4 record after the ncaa cloud was lifted it was posted on twitter but I won't say by who... lol

7-0 with the ncaa cloud over our heads and 2-4 with a loss to Duke when the cloud left. Bring that cloud back!!!

dj moonbat

Man, I still remember being alarmed to discover we were going to lose Kenny Kelly to baseball -- and replace him with this skinny freshman kid. Fortunately, I wasn't worried long.

j.w.

smart, Soup. Blogging about Dorsey is just what we needed to read right now. Merci.

BEERicane

Dude knew how to win.

herbieibis

Nothing like yesteryear. Where has our evaluations gone! The very moment McGhee got hurt, this program has never been the same.

SOUP

Smart, Soup. Blogging about Dorsey is just what we needed to read right now. Merci.

Posted by: j.w. | December 29, 2013 at 11:49 PM

That is why I am the CEO!

raizecane

damn I'm slow…...

SOUP

and replace him with this skinny freshman kid. Fortunately, I wasn't worried long.

Posted by: dj moonbat | December 29, 2013 at 11:49 PM

This question is courtesy of OGV:

"How many of our National Championships have been won by Freshman QBs?"

SOUP

damn I'm slow…...

Posted by: raizecane | December 29, 2013 at 11:56 PM

That's what...no, I can't do it.

That's just the Captain Morgan talking?

raizecane

That's just the Captain Morgan talking?

Posted by: SOUP | December 29, 2013 at 11:58 PM

***********************************************************

No Captn on Saturday or Today…..had enough adult beverages Friday night.

Sarasota 'cane

"We suck again"!

orange 'n green in the vein

"Posted by: SOUP | December 29, 2013 at 11:57 PM"

Question actually was, how many UM football titles were won by FIRST YEAR FULL TIME STARTING QB'S?

But is was a rough night and our meeting at gate C pregame was the high point of the football portion of the evening, so I don't blame you for telephone gaming it up there SOUP. Good seeing you and your brother yesterday.

Sarasota 'cane

1, Steve Walsh.

SJMPARMAN

3 Kosar, Walsh and Erickson

SOUP

So I don't blame you for telephone gaming it up there SOUP. Good seeing you and your brother yesterday.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | December 30, 2013 at 12:08 AM

Yes sir! I said what U said I said after the game, and I will admit it.

Not sure I am backing down off of that YET, but tomorrow will be "interesting" no way around that. Let's just say that everyone will NOT be happy.

orange 'n green in the vein

Oh and as to the topic of the blog post;

Always have had a sneaking suspicion in the back of my mind since he was going to UM when I was there that the subject of this blog could always be UM's version of UF hiring Spurrier one day.

laquinton

Per some reports.. Bruce feldman. Oregon is looking at Randy Shannon for its vacant defensive coordinator position.

Hassan

Sutrel.

Susan had her Valentines day invite sent back to her by Henderson who apparently has got the entire women's Volleyball team prego

TonyCane

It is highly unlikely that Al goes to Texas. Spoke about it on the radio before Christmas and while Golden is thought well of, he is unproven. Texas wants a proven coach. If Golden were hired, the radio host said it would mean that texas's job search was a near total failure. Golden is far down their list. Although he reminds me A LOT of a young Mack Brown. Similar communication styles with the media, good recruiters. Fan base complaining about their coordinators.

Montreal-Cane

I have said it many times since 2007...We need a very good QB coach at the U. Golden got the opportunity to hire dorsey before he took the Job with Carolina.

herbieibis

The whole thing seems messed up. We have no QB coach, unless Coley acts in a dual role. We have a TE coach coaching WR's and RB coach is a DB coach and hell I can't remember if we have TE coach, who was probably a grad asst. last year. Our defense should be called half a hundred because that seems to be the number we shoot for every game. We will probably be the only team, this bowl season that gets shut out on third down conversions. What we had a second a 29 and made a first down. We keep wanting to run these smurf running backs between the tackles on third and 2, when we have a 245 lb fullback. what ever happened to giving the ball to the big guy?

Terrance Sullivan

I have already flushed this season down the toilet and waiting on signing day to see what talent we bring in and waiting on the Canes Four Play in Coral Gables in Febuary with Soup, KYCane, and the rest of U CaneSpace peeps. Wishing each and every one of U a Happy 2014. Love Ya'll.

CGNC

Good morning! Nice write up on Kenny. Newton looks like an entirely different QB this season

Canesteeler

CGNC despite injuries the Pens are Pucking! I am in the show me mode in regards to Canes football. To date AG is an articulate version of Randy Shannon. I truly wonder if the program will ever return to the college elite. As long as we contine to be coached the way we are, the assholes such as Lou Holtz and Mark May will continue to dog the shit out of the the program. Canes nation look up the article Jason Whitlock wrote once AG has hired. I am at work however I will try to find the article and post it. From this day forward UM show me you deserve my entertainment $$$. The performances the past 5-6 lead me to believe Randy Shannon is still the man in charge in Coral Gables.

Sinistercane

Anybody who has inside info, Did our bowl performance affect recruiting especially with the defensive players?

Go Canes

No.

raizecane

So lets go back to the Bowl game against Notre Dame. If memory serves me well, the onion had already been fired and we got blown out. The Golden hire was announced and I recall Al being interviewed and he didn’t knock the coaching staff but it was clear he felt the team was not prepared and the players didn’t perform well. Fast forward to 2013 (the day after our bowl game)and what has changed?? Besides our defense being much worse, ABSOLUTLY NOTHING!!!

roachcane77

The whole thing seems messed up.
Posted by: herbieibis | December 30, 2013 at 12:43 AM

I agree herbieitis… Why don't we have "expert" assistants?

And whomever stated it earlier, (I'm sure more than one person), AG is a great administrator and recruiter, and spokesman for the program… but, if he CAN'T, (or won't), hire the right coaches to get our players ready, and in position to win, then we'll be mired at this level of a 2nd tier program fro the length of his tenure.

Come on AG! Do some honest evaluations, put aside your personal feelings, MAKE THE TOUGH DECISIONS, and BRING IN SOME TOP TIER COACHES!

Let's Go Canes!

UMike

Bethel wants assurances of new scheme

Not every Canes recruit was feeling as good about the state of the program. Miami Booker T. Washington cornerback Nigel Bethel said he wasn’t considering taking any other recruiting visits until seeing Miami struggle badly against Louisville.

“I’m committed to Miami, but I’m opening things back up,” said Bethel, who is hoping to schedule a visit to Georgia.

Bethel said he wants to be assured Miami’s defensive schemes will be different from what he saw Saturday to remain committed.

“I want to see man coverage, more blitzes,” he said. “I think the [defensive] line isn’t physical enough. [Fellow UM commit] Chad [Thomas] and those guys would change things I think. The [defensive] line we have committed would help.”

http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/12/2...#storylink=cpy

UMike

From Ariz...


An underlying issue

This won't be a very popular post, but I wanted to expand on a post that caneaddict made on the football board and something that has been touched upon by other posters.

For whatever reason, this program has become resented and somewhat looked at as a laughing stock by a large number of people in the Miami community. Some people have made it almost a University of Miami vs. the Miami community thing. Of course, there will always be the same portion of people that will support this program no matter what, but I'm seeing recruits, coaches, "mentors", and the like really expressing their negative feelings towards the program and I'm not just talking about the Ermon Lanes and Dalvin Cooks of the world. Think about the way that a lot of people in Miami look at the Dolphins as a "joke".

It is the current staff's job to change this image that really began near the end of the Coker era and carried through the Shannon years. For a while (and I'm not talking about the first half of this season), it looked like Golden and staff had begun to recapture the "recruiting" community, but the end of this season seems to have sparked up the negative talk once again.

This is not about other programs giving South Florida prospects benefits or anything like that, it's about this staff gaining the respect of the coaches and players down here. Coley is the most well-respected coach on this staff and that's because he has made it his mission to reach out to the "mentors", youth coaches, etc. over the years. People don't respect D'Onofrio and there is not much love for his assistants either (including Barrow, who is from down here). As much as fans hate these behind-the-scenes individuals, they hold the key to landing many of the kids down here. Why do you think Joseph Yearby switched from FSU to Miami when Coley took the job here? Because Coley has had a relationship with one of the most important people in Yearby's inner-circle, one of his coaches from optimist ball.

I don't have the answers as to how this could be fixed and this is obviously not the only thing holding this program back right now, but the fact of the matter is that it's been a decade since Miami was truly relevant on the national stage and the recruits coming up over the next few years and beyond will have never seen a good Hurricanes team. Miami will continue to lose top talents until these relationships are patched up.

UMike

Ariz...


Checked in with Kaaya

Says last night will not have an effect on his commitment and is still solid.

UMike

I was watching the bowl game Syracuse and Minnesota and the announcers kept talking about how Syracuse hadn't give up 100 yard to a RB ALL YEAR...They played Penn State, GT, Clemson & FSU and didnt give up 100 yards to a RB. Does Syracuse how more talent than Miami? IDK, but it was kinda shocking considering the rushing yards we gave up against lesser teams and players.

UpNorthCane

Umike you right your boy was crazy for thinking what he did lol. But hey you have to admit once we got that safety we were at an all time high.

I'm at a lost for words I don't know what the hell were going to do with our team. The stat that has bothered me the most was the one that showed how we have given up more than 500 yards of offense to the last 6 teams we played. That shit is depressing!

And the offense is not off the hook, What in the hell happened? I pray to god that Coley isn't the second coming of Nix or I might just put myself in the nut house. His play calling was stupid, our o-line couldn't figure out how to stop the whole UFO defense.

Goddamit Golden I'm a fan of you because you do it by the book and you seem like a great coach and guy, but enough is enough! be a freaking killer, FIRE NO'D, and WARN Coley about this BS offense and if Kehoe can't get it right I'm sorry buddy but your outta here also.

Dorsey for HEAD COACH!!!!

UMike

UpNorth.. I agree, we got to fire D'No and warn Coley... The fact that the D gave up that many yards and at the end of the season to me puts the blame on the coaches. Adjustments have to be made somewhere. IDK, I still dont think Golden will fire him, and it is going to eventually cost him his job... if he doesnt leave to Penn State once their coach signs with the Texans

raizecane

AG is NOT going to Penn State......

UMike

Another scary thing is we lost ONE player... ONE and our offense imploded.. and that player wasnt our starting QB, IDK where that falls, because we still have talent on the O side even with Duke down. I still think Clements should of got more carries, he never loses yards and can catch. And that whole guard tapping the center for the snap shyt needs to go... I cannot tell you how many games where the announces said the D line knows when he snap is every time. I mean, some of this stuff (on both sides of the ball) is elementary lol

UMike

I like Golden, but if he cant fire or hire the right assistants, he wont last.

LB

Ken Dorsey anywhere on the UM coaching staff would be an ultimate step up.

CGNC

Posted by: Canesteeler | December 30, 2013 at 07:47 AM

100% agree. Post of the morning. Would like to see the Whitlock article. I fell different (better) about the Pens this year, they are playing a grittier style - I credit that to the acquisition of Jacques Martin to help coach the defense

UpNorthCane

Umike you got it bro, that whole gimmick of looking up when your about to snap the ball and the tapping of the guard is plain ol stupid. Why do that? I remember soup saying, " Line up and hike the fcking ball" when we were at the Florida game and I couldn't agree more with him.

Were we an explosive offense? at times here and there. But I think we were more mediocre then anything, and I go back to my biggest issue the amount of 3 and outs and Stephen Morris's lack of leadership.

CGNC

^^feel

longtimecanefan

this guard tapping the center for the snap thing is a puzzle. If the announcers can see it, and we know it, and the opposing D knows it, why are/were we still doing it? has this been going on all season? or just in the bowl game?

and agree with the above, the loss of Duke should not have shut down the entire running game as it did for the final few games. Other teams lose key players and move on. I can see the QB spot being a major loss, but are we saying we only have 1 RB who can play?

So many unanswered questions. Losing badly will always bring these to light.....

dj moonbat

I like Golden, but if he cant fire or hire the right assistants, he wont last.

Posted by: UMike | December 30, 2013 at 09:27 AM


F that. Al seems "likable" enough, I guess, if you don't like your pals to be dependable and truthful.

Al Golden's spiel from day one has been "trust me, I have a Plan." Okay, it's year three. Can you tell us how long Step 1 in your Plan ("Persist in Sucking") is supposed to last? Is there any step in the Plan besides "Recruit" that is supposed to make this team capable of championships again?

The Louisville loss reeked of lack of planning and preparation. Planning and preparation are the very essence of Al's job description. But he persists in demanding that fans and players alike trust in his freaking Plan.

F that.

longtimecanefan

Just some stats looking back at the last 6 games where we gave up 500yds+.....

Team Scores/Drives Turnovers
FSU 7 out of 10 1 Turnover
VT 6 out of 12 no turnovers
Duke 8 out of 12 no turnovers
VA 5 out of 15 4 turnovers
Pitt

longtimecanefan

oops...

Pitt 5 out of 11 1 turnover and a missed FG
UL 7 out of 10 missed FG

Looks to me that unless the other team self destructs with TO's they score about 75% of the time they have the ball.

fyi, stat does not include end of game or end of half possessions unless it was a score....

UpNorthCane

No'd tryna bullshit us with that bend but don't break crap. He needs to look at those last 6 games and see that we done fcking broke in half!!

I haven't felt this hurt rooting for our Canes in a long time. And for fans like all of us here on the blog and many other individuals out there, it is not fair for us to be feeling disappointed and hurt when we pour our souls for this program, shit is just not fair at all.

Lose but at least show up and make us proud and show us that you did everything in your power to represent the U!!

CGNC

back to Dorsey - while Newton is much improved the entire team (Panthers) is playing well. it is nice to watch them and see a team actually playing good football. I don't think they will go too far in the playoffs as they lack a running game

UMike

Newton so far as exceeded my NFL expectations.. happy for the young man.

dj moonbat

back to Dorsey - while Newton is much improved the entire team (Panthers) is playing well. it is nice to watch them and see a team actually playing good football. I don't think they will go too far in the playoffs as they lack a running game

Posted by: CGNC | December 30, 2013 at 10:19 AM


Carolina has the 11th-ranked rushing attack in the league; 8th among the playoff teams. Not great, but not a disqualification from success.

It probably seems like they don't have a rushing game because DeAngelo Williams isn't particularly strong (18th). But Cam Newton, at QB, is 33rd. You put the #18 rusher and the #33 rusher on the field simultaneously, and the situation looks okay.

dj moonbat

Newton so far as exceeded my NFL expectations.. happy for the young man.

Posted by: UMike | December 30, 2013 at 10:21 AM


I saw a couple interviews with him, and was a little surprised how smart he is. I don't know the story of how he ended up a JuCo prospect, but it wasn't because he's dumb.

SOUP

Rusty Mansell ‏@Mansell247 18m

Chudzinski got 10.5 million never to come back to work again for the Browns. Imagine he is going to sleep ok on first day being unemployed.

CGNC

dj- what I meant to say was they need a running game that does not rely so heavily on Cam Newton. At some point he is going to get seriously injured doing that (think RG III)

RCCF

Not every Canes recruit was feeling as good about the state of the program. Miami Booker T. Washington cornerback Nigel Bethel said he wasn’t considering taking any other recruiting visits until seeing Miami struggle badly against Louisville.
“I’m committed to Miami, but I’m opening things back up,” said Bethel, who is hoping to schedule a visit to Georgia.
Bethel said he wants to be assured Miami’s defensive schemes will be different from what he saw Saturday to remain committed.
“I want to see man coverage, more blitzes,” he said. “I think the [defensive] line isn’t physical enough. [Fellow UM commit] Chad [Thomas] and those guys would change things I think. The [defensive] line we have committed would help.”
Miami Northwestern’s Michael Smith, part of the strong defensive line haul Miami hopes to bring in, still has trips planned to UM (Jan. 17) and Louisville (Jan. 31). But he said Saturday’s blowout win by the Cardinals didn’t shake his confidence in the Hurricanes.
“Everything is going to change once I get there,” Smith said. “It might be a totally different team next year.”
UM safety recruit Kiy Hester of Wayne, N.J., tweeted his thoughts after the game.
“I’m going crazy next year taking spots,” he said. “Don’t trip Miami fans; the future is too bright.”

This Tells Me ALOT about who we are as a team....The kids have the ho hum attitude of the people they are around D'No is NOT a winner and MUST be replaced..

RCCF12%

SOUP

Lose but at least show up and make us proud and show us that you did everything in your power to represent the U!!

Posted by: UpNorthCane | December 30, 2013 at 10:11 AM

There IT is right there.

CGNC

UMike - I am most happy for the Carolina Panthers fans. They deserve to see their team play well

Texcane

DJ it is because he got kicked out of UF for stealing laptops.

CGNC

He was caught cheating on papers

SOUP

Minnesota Vikings: Adam Schefter says the Vikings has done some inquiries on Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase. Schefter believes that Jack Del Rio will be on the Vikings' radar. CBS Sports Reporter Jason La Canfora says UCLA head coach Jim L. Mora is on Minnesota's radar.

Penn State: Mort says, "The staff at Penn State, they do not expect O'Brien to be back, even though there has been some recruits that have said (he will). O'Brien has been underground. He could have come out 48 hours ago and just said that nothing is going on and that he's staying."

Cleveland Browns: Rob Chudzinski will receive a $10.5 million buyout from the Browns. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that the new head coach in Cleveland will be able to pick his staff. Adam Schefter notes that New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and his wife are from the Cleveland area.

CGNC

LOL I WISH someone would give me 1% of what Chud is getting to quit my job

NigerianCane

"I have nothing to be ashamed of."

Ending a sentence in a preposition. Of that, you should be ashamed.
Posted by: BEERicane | December 29, 2013 at 10:20 PM

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is whether it’s acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition. I know many of you were taught that you shouldn’t end a sentence with a preposition, but it’s a myth. In fact, I consider it one of the top ten grammar myths because many people believe it’s true, but nearly all grammarians disagree - See more at: http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/ending-a-sentence-with-a-preposition#sthash.pfHa9psX.dpuf

guys, this is the thing: every time we've griped about coaches and their methods and schemes in the past 8 years, we've had changes to those teachings and methods with the same result. we've criticized not passing the ball, not running the ball, small O line, cornerbacks 10 yards out, not stopping the run, lack of conditioning. and I could go on. how many coaches have we had come through here that have been criticized and moved on to better things? wasn't the head coach at Indiana colts once on UM staff? all this bitching by the fan base sure got me dazed. and it left me mainly with one thought; maybe we should give a coaching team a chance to make something happen instead of calling for their heads constantly. its fine to keep going through 'keys' until one fits in the 'key hole,' but its not always the best strategy. why don't you ask the Cleveland Browns how that's working out for them. i'm sorry people, but I believe without a shadow of a doubt that we would be winning big by now if Shannon had been left on. that's not taking anything away from Golden, its giving credence to the importance of stability, the direction he was going and the quality of the assistance he had under him when he was fired.

CaneRock

Cleveland Browns: Rob Chudzinski will receive a $10.5 million buyout from the Browns.

Posted by: SOUP | December 30, 2013 at 10:36 AM

Hope the Dolphins hire Him, but they gotta fire Sherman 1st!

Sarasota 'cane

Is it really necessary to "report" that Al Golden is "not taking the PSU or the TX job"? I keep laughing every time I see it!

Yackity Yack...

CaneRock

LOL I WISH someone would give me 1% of what Chud is getting to quit my job

Posted by: CGNC | December 30, 2013 at 10:39 AM

Huh, getting an NFL gig has to be the biggest CON game going! SHEESH!, how do these owners get SUCKERED! like that.

Go Canes

Man I hope the fins pick up Chud.

Terrance Sullivan

I wish Chud would come back home to the U and take over as head coach, hire Dorsey to be his OC, and hire a DC as well. Nothing against AG but have lost faith in the staff etc. Its wishful thinking on my part but wouldnt mind seeing it. Go Canes!

Sarasota 'cane

Chud only gets the 10 million if he's not working as a coach. I doubt the fins would pick up that tab. Same is true for all of these coaches getting fired. If they take other coaching jobs they lose some or all of their guaranteed money.

herbieibis

Think of this, we had at least 18 guys back on defense, who played a lot last year, so I guess you could say we were a veteran unit, so how is it, that we were just as bad this year as last? I know on paper, it said we were better but that's because we had some scrub teams on the schedule that helped mask that number. No team, should be this bad with the number of guys we had coming back, game after game and we played a few teams at the end who struggled all year offensively. Game planning sucks. Nobody does less with more than we do. Lets face it, we've out recruited Duke, Pitt, Virginia, Louisville, hell everyone on our schedule except FSU & maybe Flor. on a consistent basis, so how is it that we under perform game after game? someone ain't doing some coaching and some evaluations.
Look at Chick. He played better as a freshman, than he has played the last 2 years. We all know what Perrymen has done but who else has distinguished himself on that side of the ball? Gaines, Cain, Highsmith, Robinson, Porter, Pierre, Rodgers, Armbrister, Cornilious and although those guys in the secondary are in their 1ST & 2ND year, only Gunter and the no tackling Howard have progressed any at all. So are these players idiots for forgetting the schemes or is it coaching, Bingo, the magic word, coaching! All those players graduated or will, so they can't be stupid. Al dump the tie and the brill cream look, roll your dam sleeves up, can at least 2 of your inept coaches and lets get to work, throw caution to the wind and lets get this thing rolling.

CGNC

"Al dump the tie and the brill cream look"

LMAO!!!! That is hilarious

SOUP

its giving credence to the importance of stability.

Posted by: NigeianCane | December 30, 2013 at 10:42 AM

There is something to be said for stability, but ONLY if steady progress is being made and demonstrated on the field consistently. If not give change a chance?

SOUP

The bottom line to me is this:

1. Golden had five REAL chances this season to prove how good he is and win UM fans over once and for all.

2. Those games were: UF, FSU, VT, Duke and the bowl game.

3. He went 1 for 5.

4. That ain't gonna get it done.

Terrance Sullivan

The bottom line to me is this:

1. Golden had five REAL chances this season to prove how good he is and win UM fans over once and for all.

2. Those games were: UF, FSU, VT, Duke and the bowl game.

3. He went 1 for 5.

4. That ain't gonna get it done.

Posted by: SOUP | December 30, 2013 at 11:51 AM
Totally agreement!

SOUP

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Per Jay Glazer, head coach Greg Schiano and general manager Mark Dominik have been dismissed.

Michigan State: Athletic director Mark Hollis says there is a verbal agreement on raises for Mark Dantonio and his staff.

Oregon: DucksSportsAuthority.com reports that Arkansas linebackers coach Randy Shannon will interview for the Oregon defensive coordinator job. I cannot confirm this report, though a source tells me that Shannon is indeed interested in the job.

RBLCane

Bring back Randy to coach the D!!!

Go Canes

@MsAmyCampbell: RT @JacquieFranFOX: #UVa commit DT Andrew Brown gets a 300 pound pancake from #Canes commit OC Nick Linder for his birthday #UAAllAmerica

SOUP

FROM BOSWELL/WASHINGTON POST. READ IT AND REPLACE WASHINGTON WITH MIAMI AND IT APPLIES TO THE DOLPHINS AND HURRICANES:

Can this farcical franchise continue to rule Washington no matter how bad it is, no matter how much of an embarrassment it is to the city and its fans? If this tacky tabloid year doesn’t start a process of modest disengagement, of fan grieving, what would it take?

What Washington has endured for 14-plus years of the Daniel Snyder era is a morbid laboratory experiment in mass alienation of football affection.

It’s a cruel interminable process but — eventually, in every city, in every sport and in every era — it has its effect. In the end, the bad owner breaks a piece of his city’s heart. It’s never fatal. Not even close. Some new enthusiasm replaces the old. But it hurts.

The last two days could be the worst.

CaneRock

LMAO! at "brill cream look"! OHHHHHH $HIT!

How about Al wearin' that all black sweatsuit for the Spring game, ain't nobody THAT! tough in Miami.

SOUP

Manny Navarro ‏@Manny_Navarro 4m

So Greg Schiano is officially available for #PennState if and when Bill O'Brien leaves for the Texans

SOUP

SportsCenter ‏@SportsCenter 6m

THIS JUST IN: The Detroit Lions have fired head coach Jim Schwartz, league sources tell @AdamSchefter

SOUP

Josh Helmholdt ‏@JoshHelmholdt 11m

#Canes DT commit Travonte Valentine is destroying full team early. 2 TFLs already. OL Marcelys Jones struggling to handle him

SOUP

Bridgewater was 35 for 45 for career-high 447 yards vs UM.

UMike

Miami=Career High U

herbieibis

Half-a-hundred "U" our motto is too help you set records!

LA3

All the NFL people understand that CHANGE has to happen.....
When will the U and BIG AL get the hint.

herbieibis

I meant to say half-a-thou "U".

SOUP

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