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September 21, 2014

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SJMPARMAN

I think the love will come when sanity is restored. Sanity is playing winning football. Even then, some will always gripe and complain. None of that hurts much. It is when you know there is truth to the griping and complaining that must make it harder for you to do what you do. And we do appreciate all that you do.

BigWindyCane1

Canes are favored by 5.5 against Duke. Golden takes care of business this week and the next two weeks, then this Nebraska loss won't sting as much. With an improving offense, these next three games are very winnable. The Canes still are on track to get to the ACC CG.

HAPPY SOUP

And we do appreciate all that you do.

Posted by: SJMPARMAN | September 21, 2014 at 10:58 PM

Thank U for that, it means a LOT!

The Dude

Poor SOUPSTER. I feel your pain.

HAPPY SOUP

The Canes still are on track to get to the ACC CG.

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | September 21, 2014 at 10:58 PM

If only that could happen TONIGHT?

HAPPY SOUP

Poor SOUPSTER. I feel your pain.

Posted by: The Dude | September 21, 2014 at 11:01 PM

The pain, at times, is unbearable.

The Dude

I can't watch that game again. It was just that horrible. And Coley called a good game. But those screens.. stop that bro.

Posted by: LaQuinton | September 21, 2014 at 09:22 PM

I have to give Coley a pass on those. They were check downs by Kaaya and some of them were first downs. Its funny because you can see them coming. The D knows too. When Kaaya sees a safety way back and Coley is on the outside, its a screen, the D baited him a couple of times to try and end it on 3rd down. My guess is that its Kaaya going to it a little too often because he's comfortable with it. I would like to see Kaaya and Coley expand their check vocabulary though.

The Dude

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2014 at 11:04 PM

I don't even want to think about a loss to Duke. I'm not even sure if I'll watch the d@mn game.

j.w.

To answer your question, You Soup are always appreciated. To answer the implied question: Golden will be loved when he does what all the other good and great UM coaches did. Win, beat teams that you aren't supposed to beat, pummel team you are supposed to beat ,and when you show us that you are committed to making UM win, even if it means making difficult decisions about friends who shared the ride all these years.

BigWindyCane1

Hurns scored another TD today. Hurns, Seantrel, Linder are tearing it up in their NFL rookie seasons

WWIN

Soup, fans have already decided what to do before Saturday! Lol

HAPPY SOUP

KYCane...email or call me ASAP. I need to meet you in Orlando this week.

HAPPY SOUP

Soup, fans have already decided what to do before Saturday! Lol

Posted by: WWIN | September 21, 2014 at 11:14 PM

I do not consider those people "fans". I have no love for them.

HAPPY SOUP

WWIN..thank U for your kind and generous donation to Canespace. It is much appreciated!

CGNC

Very much appreciate what you do with the blog

The Dude

Okay, I'm going to think about it...

If we lose to Duke, pack it up boys the season is over. 0-2 in the ACC with FSU and @VT pending, I'm calling at least 5 ACC losses at that point. We'd still have to play VA, GT, UNC and PITT, and I think there's a loss sprinkled somewhere in there if we can't rally this thing. That's an ouch of a 6-6 season and what, 3-5 on the ACC. That's going backwards for the most talented team in the Coastal. That's a PROGRAM killer. Anyone know why Bowman is committed to WAKE now?

HAPPY SOUP

Very much appreciate what you do with the blog

Posted by: CGNC | September 21, 2014 at 11:18 PM

And with that I am good for another year!

The Dude

Phillip Buchanon @PhillipBuchanon · 6h

Al Folden's new name should be Helium because there is nothing Golden about him.

OOOOOHHHHHH!!!!!!! PB31 with the periodic table diss!

HAPPY SOUP

Linda:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScOpzm-BYX4

HAPPY SOUP

Linda:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iBgTqz_-vY

HAPPY SOUP

Linda:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooPy8tX3h94

WWIN

WWIN..thank U for your kind and generous donation to Canespace. It is much appreciated!

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2014 at 11:17 PM

That wasn't for Canespace, that was to purchase some of that Haterade you were speaking of!

Terrance Sullivan

Soup my brother thank U for all U do for us on this blog and at games. U rule and spot on once again in the article.

Montreal-Cane

I have run the Canespace blog through some of the darkest times in recent UM football history. I need some love, and I need it now. At this point most of us feel cheated and mistreated. I can fully understand that.

Yes SOUP you deserve much, much better...And we do too. The only cure is win, win and win.

WWIN

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Just messin witcha Soup lol! Wish I could give more! You now I got much love for ya!!!! Preciate all you do

HAPPY SOUP

WWIN...I doubled down on the Haterade purchase. I drank it down so fast I can't even see skrait anywho? LOL

HAPPY SOUP

SOUP is O U T...

The Dude

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2014 at 11:45 PM

Make sure you drink lots of water after all that Haterade, otherwise you'll get a hate-over in the morning.

Ohio_Cane

For those of U hoping and praying Butch will come be the savior, he won't be the coach if Golden is fired. Sorry to burst that bubble.

The Dude

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 21, 2014 at 11:58 PM

Why not?

WWIN

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 21, 2014 at 11:58 PM

Says who? You? Lol

The Dude

Let's say hypothetically (heaven forbid) we lose to Duke and the admin says enough is enough and they tell him he's done. You don't think the BOT Members are aware that Butch is available?

The Dude

Posted by: WWIN | September 22, 2014 at 12:01 AM

That's what I'm getting at. Lol.

WWIN

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Lol

Talk about drinking the Haterade, he drinks plenty when it comes to Butch. How could you hate the man that assembled the greatest college team ever at your favorite school but love Golden????

If you hate Butch, you NOT a real Canes fan!

The Dude

Maybe he's still mad about the Browns? Lol

RCCF

"We didn't tackle well enough. We came up against a good back, we turned the ball over three times," Golden said when asked whether he was considering changes to Miami's defensive scheme after another ugly performance. "Look, I don't know what you want me to say. There's no excuse for not tackling. There's no excuse for not doing better on third down. But we're not giving up in the scheme. We made a lot of progress so far this year. We didn't play well enough tonight, that's it, against a good team on the road. And we turned the ball over three times and we had a lot of selfish penalties, so we helped them."

^^^^^^This Is Why I Hate U^^^^^^ No Accountability..Always Blaming the Kids...Never the BS Scheme!!!!

He/They/Nittanies&Friends Need to GO...For the Betterment of daU

LaQuinton

Soup, I appreciate the Space man. This blog is amazing and yes we are all upset about the loss but hopefully better days are ahead.

fmcane

Just caught up on the blogs and wow... the boys played hard the D per usual sucked but despite all the b*tching we did not get blown out, we had our chances to win and the players just let it slip away (kinda like Abdullah all night now u got him now u dont)

I never call out bloggers here despite being a reader and very infrequent contributer since our humble beginnings as the legion w/ Omar but beericane U are an embarrassment as a fan. With fans like U who needs enemies I hope all that shit you were spewing about Duke was the liqueur talking cause yes he had a critical error but his effort could never be questioned so Beer do us all a favor and take your shit attitude shit for brains and shit football knowledge and go some where else or change your name to wineicane cause you are one whiney ass sour grapes having bunko of a fan

UMike

SOUP.. this is what I have been trying to say all along lol... I still doubt Golden gets fired, simply because I dont think the University can afford to buy him out.

Also, no need to worry about the GT game, that will be a win. I have never TRAVELED to a game and watched a loss. I traveled to the OSU game, Florida game and the last two GT games... all wins. I cannot help with Duke though

UMike

### Gouged. Gutted. Gashed.

Pick whatever word you like. All of them will do to describe a UM defense that was dissected for 458 yards, including 345 on the ground. Of course, we’ve seen this nauseating story before, time and again, over the past three years.

As colleague Manny Navarro noted, UM has relinquished at least 200 yards rushing 15 --- 15! --- times since 2011. And four times since then, Miami has allowed 300-plus yards on the ground. Unacceptable.

Freshman Brad Kaaya’s splendid work again offered real hope for the future. But if you’re about the bottom line, these are the numbing numbers:

Of the last 10 games UM has played, the Hurricanes have lost six of them --- all by double figures. Braxton Berrios’ four-yard TD reception cut the margin to 10 with 18 seconds left, thus avoiding a sixth loss of 17 points or more since last November.

UM is now 1-16 in its last 17 road games against ranked teams.

Against schools from major conferences (even including the Big East), UM is 18-17 under Al Golden.

UM entered eighth in total defense, fourth in yards allowed per rush (2.0) and 35th in scoring defense, at 19.3 per game. But those stats --- built up against Louisville, Florida A&M and Arkansas State --- were obviously not reflective of this defense’s quality.

Yes, 24th-ranked Nebraska entered averaging the second-most yards per rushing attempt in the nation, behind Arkansas. But UM was simply overwhelmed by a physical offensive line, an elite running back (Ameer Abdullah) and a nimble quarterback (Tommy Armstrong).

Abdullah buffaloed for 229 yards on 35 carries and scored three touchdowns. Armstrong ran for 96 yards on 13 carries. He threw just 13 times, completing nine for 113 yards.

Defensive issues? Where do we start?

Calvin Heurtelou couldn’t shed blocks on at least a half dozen sizable gains and committed an offsides penalty on a third and five. Olsen Pierre and Courtel Jenkins were pushed aside on a number of plays. On several plays, the defensive ends couldn’t set the edge on runs to the perimeter. The linebackers and safeties weren’t helpful enough in run support.

Though Nebraska threw for only 113 yards, there was confusion between Ladarius Gunter and Jamal Carter on Kenny Bell’s 40-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter. Artie Burns was later beaten by Bell on a key 3rd and 11.

UM badly needed a stop when Nebraska got the ball with 13:30 left and the Cornhuskers leading by seven. Instead, this happened:

Armstrong faked out Darrion Owens for a 13-yard gain on an option play. Owens and Pierre, among others, were obliterated on a 26-yard run by Abdullah, and according to WQAM, Denzel Perryman wasn’t in the game on that play. Anthony Chickillo then chased Armstrong fruitlessly on a 15-yard gain, setting up a 39-yard Drew Brown field goal that padded the lead to 10.

### Nebraska averaged 6.4 yards per rush and was 7 of 10 on third down. There were only a few high-impact defensive plays by Miami, most notably Tracy Howard’s interception and a Deon Bush-forced fumble against Armstrong, with Chickillo recovering.

### Interesting that McNeese State allowed fewer points (31), fewer yards (437) and fewer rushing yards (195) against Nebraska than UM did.

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2014/09/postscripts-quotes-thoughts-from-ums-loss-at-nebraska-dolphins-notes.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

#PleaseDontLoseToDuke

HAPPY SOUP

#PleaseDontLoseToDuke

Terrance Sullivan

#PleaseDontLoseToDuke

UMike

If we beat Duke it will be in a shoot out imo

UMike

So Go Canes still thinks we only lose 1 more game? At least the guy is consistent.

Go Canes

@BruceFeldmanCFB: For all the talk abt dominant SEC defenses, there is not an SEC team in nation's top 12 in fewest yards per play: http://t.co/2bgHJAChdR

Go Canes

@BruceFeldmanCFB: For all the talk abt dominant SEC defenses, there is not an SEC team in nation's top 12 in fewest yards per play: http://t.co/2bgHJAChdr

thirstybuzzardcane

The thing is, if Golden fires D'no (which I doubt), Golden is still going to get someone that runs a 3-4 defense. This shyt scheme where the defensive lineman are playing like offensive lineman is just plan stupid.....We have DT's that bench well over 400 lbs and your telling me that they can't any penetration!

thirstybuzzardcane

^^^get any penetration^^^

UMike

I think the scheme can be successful if they knew how to run it and/or make proper adjustments. Seems to be just very stubborn and a bad case of "smartest guy in the room" syndrome.

SinisterCane


@BruceFeldmanCFB: For all the talk abt dominant SEC defenses, there is not an SEC team in nation's top 12 in fewest yards per play: http://t.co/2bgHJAChdr

Posted by: Go Canes | September 22, 2014 at 08:05 AM

Anything to help Golden

UMike

Sinister.. when you cant say anything to help Golden look good, you just make others look bad so Golden isnt alone

#ThoughtHatersHadTheAgenda

thirstybuzzardcane

The 3-4 defense might be a good defense to run, but not with D'no @ DC.....He has no creativity in his play calling. If you watch the NFL teams play 3-4 defenses, they are a lot of fun to watch!.....It was good to see Sean Spence playing last night. He came in off the bench after one of the other LB's got hurt....He played very well!!

UMike

To me it is just mind blowing that a team is running the ball like 95% of the time and you refuse to bring your LB and Safeties up.. even the announcers were dumbfounded. Severe case of smartest guy in the room syndrome. Duke will light us up, but hopefully out O can keep up.

UMike

Im sure the LB and Safeties just decided to freelance the whole game.

thirstybuzzardcane

I think you need to simplify things for this defense or any defense in college. Lets play a 4-3 and play man press......I really hate zone defenses. We need to let the DL do their thing and let them loose!

Go Canes

That's what you took from that post? That it was to defend Golden?

Lol.

I made my feelings perfectly clear yesterday morning. I don't need to post anything here that can be read between the lines.


thirstybuzzardcane


Seems to be just very stubborn and a bad case of "smartest guy in the room" syndrome.

Posted by: UMike | September 22, 2014 at 08:16 AM

Seems that some people on this blog have the same syndrome....LOL!!!!!

SinisterCane

#PleaseDontLoseToDuke

UMike

Go Canes.. still going with the 1 loss to FSU as the only loss the rest of the way? I think the winds are a changing and you will be coming over to the dark side before to long lol

thirstybuzzardcane

Does anyone know where the bus is?!?!?!. How's the limo working out for you UMike?....LOL!!!

thirstybuzzardcane

The only thing that scares me with Florida and Miami sucking, is that Florida will be the smart ones and fire Muschamp this year and will hire Butch Davis.....This would be my worst nightmare!!!!!

thirstybuzzardcane

How is Golden giving the players a day off today? If Miami played that bad under Jimmy Johnson, they would be practicing after they got off that plane!

UMike

thirsty.. they trust the process so much they dont even need a full week of practice haha

CaneRock

Lets play a 4-3 and play man press......I really hate zone defenses.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 22, 2014 at 08:28 AM

We play BOTH...we SUCK at BOTH!

Go Canes

UMike i stated exactly how I felt yesterday morning. That said, I still think we're more than able to run the table with the exception of FSU.

No reason for me to think differently after watching the way Kaaya is continuing to develop even faster than I had hoped.

We've already played the toughest defense and offense will see all year aside from the Noles.

I'm not going to predict one or two more wins for the rest of the season like some here.

UMike

Go Canes.. I missed what you posted yesterday, thanks for commenting again. I think we lose more than just the 1 to FSU, as the season goes on teams with smart coaches will game plan for our D .

dj moonbat

Im sure the LB and Safeties just decided to freelance the whole game.

Posted by: UMike | September 22, 2014 at 08:27 AM


I think that's true. The impression I get is that D'Onofrio's defense is designed so that the play he calls can handle just about anything -- as long as the players read and react correctly.

And I think there are just too many variables for the guys to handle at full game speed. So they try to do what seems best at the time. Sometimes 'best' means 'closest to the way they drew it up,' and sometimes it means 'most likely to get in position to make a play.' The latter, of course, is freelancing.

We're unlikely ever to find out whether D'Onofrio's defense can work as well as he and Golden think it can. College students don't have time to learn to do it right, apparently. And the track record he's building up at Miami is unlikely to get him an opportunity to implement the system in the NFL.

UMike

dj.. maybe that is true... im no smart enough to pretend I know... but common sense tells you when a team is running it 95% of the time, you might want to bring your guys up. And we STILL dont have a pass rush.. well outside of playing D2 teams anyway lol

30CINCO

#BeatDuke!!!

Ohio_Cane

Says who? You? Lol

Posted by: WWIN | September 22, 2014 at 12:01 AM
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Yes. Thanks for making it clear U don't respect my opinion though. Good to know.

U clearly don't know jack about me if U think I dislike or hate Butch. I love Butch and would love it if he were coaching UM again. U guys talk about being relistic about our team, so be realistic about a hypothetical coaching hire.

Seriously, do U actually think UM would hire Butch after the way he left AND what went on at UNC under his watch, after what UM just went through with the NCAA? I don't see it ever happening.

UMike

Duke hasnt played any powerhouses, but they are rolling at 4-0 with their closest win by 17 points. Its a sad day for a Miami when when you know there is a better than good chance you lose to Duke for 2 straight years

UMike

Ohio.. I agree.. even if Butch was begging to come back Im sure the University would be hesitant. Although the incoming President could have different feelings on that.

UMike

#PleaseDontLoseToDukeAgain

SinisterCane

We play BOTH...we SUCK at BOTH!


Posted by: CaneRock | September 22, 2014 at 08:56 AM

NEB was ALL 3-4 with the LB's lining up at safety position and the safeties lining up with the punter on oblivious running plays

30CINCO

Duke hasnt played any powerhouses, but they are rolling at 4-0 with their closest win by 17 points. Its a sad day for a Miami when when you know there is a better than good chance you lose to Duke for 2 straight years

Posted by: UMike | September 22, 2014 at 09:15 AM
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Vegas does not agree with you

#BeatDuke

J'Ville Cane

Davis provided CBS with a November 2012 letter from Shepard Cooper, the NCAA's Director of the Committee on Infractions. It reads: "This is to confirm that former University of North Carolina head football coach Paul "Butch" Davis was not alleged to have been involved in any violations of NCAA legislation in the University of North Carolina Case (Case No. M357 / Infractions Report No. 360, March 12, 2012)."

UMike

Vegas can agree all they want..they probably had Miami favorites last year also. Cutfliff will have his guys ready and will have a game plan for our soft D. If we hope to win, we need the O to win in a shoot out imo

UMike

NEB was ALL 3-4 with the LB's lining up at safety position and the safeties lining up with the punter on oblivious running plays

Posted by: SinisterCane | September 22, 2014 at 09:17 AM

Dam free lancers

Ohio_Cane

J'ville, there's been more allegations since 2012, I'm pretty sure. Actually, didn't something new just come out in the last few months?

J'Ville Cane

Vegas can agree all they want..they probably had Miami favorites last year also

Miami 3.5 point favorites last year

thirstybuzzardcane

Golden is on Joe Rose right know!

dj moonbat

dj.. maybe that is true... im no smart enough to pretend I know... but common sense tells you when a team is running it 95% of the time, you might want to bring your guys up. And we STILL dont have a pass rush.. well outside of playing D2 teams anyway lol

Posted by: UMike | September 22, 2014 at 09:11 AM


Yeah, the way the LBs stayed so deep all game was weird. The way that Nebraska's offensive line was able to exploit that area between the line and the LBs was heartbreaking to watch. But for all we know, they were supposed to immediately plug a running lane, and instead they hesitated a fraction of a second making a read and got blowed up. Theetween the line and the LBs was heartbreaking to watch.

I'm just going to assume Mark D'Onofrio is not actually a complete idiot. He's far too confident in his intelligence, but he's not a guy who makes you wonder how he can get dressed in the morning (like Art Kehoe). And he seemed to think that the selection of plays he was calling would work if the players performed correctly.

He kept calling formations that looked the same (to my uneducated eye), even though dullards like me would simply have gone to a 4-3 and played the LBs a couple yards closeer to the line.

So the conclusion I draw is that those plays *would* work if performed correctly, and that some combination of two factors is in play:

- The system is too complex to perform correctly (at least for these players)
- Mark D'Onofrio is a terrible teacher

Note that neither of these two possibilities IN ANY WAY excuse Mark D'Onofrio for the defense's poor performance. His job is to put together an effective UM defense, not to develop a hyper-clever scheme that can handle anything.

thirstybuzzardcane

Link

http://wqam.com/streamer/index.php?displaystreamer=true

SinisterCane

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 22, 2014 at 09:28 AM

Do you really hate Butch?

thirstybuzzardcane

Same BS from Golden, "The defense comes down to me"....Oh lordy!!!!

SinisterCane

On a positive note, the Oline kept Kaaya squeaky clean

J'Ville Cane

Joe Rose trying his hardest to give him an out.

thirstybuzzardcane

Chad Thomas had acute back spasms and that's why he didn't travel with the team...per Golden.

dj moonbat

Joe Rose trying his hardest to give him an out.

Posted by: J'Ville Cane | September 22, 2014 at 09:39 AM


Joe Rose needs to keep him available as a good interview. If Joe Rose turns on Al, look out.

Ohio_Cane

Do you really hate Butch?

Posted by: SinisterCane | September 22, 2014 at 09:33 AM
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Lol, yes.

Ohio_Cane

Chad Thomas had acute back spasms and that's why he didn't travel with the team...per Golden.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 22, 2014 at 09:44 AM
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Better ask our new medical insider (WWIN) to confirm before believing Golden.

dj moonbat

Better ask our new medical insider (WWIN) to confirm before believing Golden.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 22, 2014 at 09:51 AM


Boy, you're getting testy these days. Yet another reason to hope wins come soon.

UMike

I didnt even see this, but looks like Bowman Archibald flipped to Wake Forest

SinisterCane

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 22, 2014 at 09:51 AM

May I ask why

Ohio_Cane

Boy, you're getting testy these days. Yet another reason to hope wins come soon.

Posted by: dj moonbat | September 22, 2014 at 09:54 AM
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Only with people who treat me the same way.

Ohio_Cane

May I ask why

Posted by: SinisterCane | September 22, 2014 at 09:56 AM
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He doesn't shower enough.

dj moonbat

Only with people who treat me the same way.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | September 22, 2014 at 09:56 AM


I know, but you used to be unfailingly nice -- whether people deserved it or not. Even to UMike. :)

UMike

Good post from DMoney at CIS..

Thoughts on the Nebraska loss and the state of the program

- The Louisville loss and the Nebraska loss were really two sides of the same coin. Louisville stacked the box and dared us to adjust. That's a risky strategy against a team with Phillip Dorsett, but they wanted to dictate the action. We failed to adjust, and we lost. Nebraska ran its two top players into the ground and dared us to stop them. We failed to adjust, and we lost.

The easy thing to do is blame the coordinators-- Coley for Louisville, D'Onofrio for Nebraska. But I know that Coley has a borderline irrational confidence in Kaaya. I have also been told that Coach Golden spends way more time in the offensive meetings than the defensive meetings due to his trust in Coach D and their shared defensive philosophies.

At the end of the day, the head guy is responsible. And what I see is a lack of confidence. For me, one play crystallizes everything. In the fourth quarter, Nebraska ran a pick play in the red zone and got flagged for PI. The confident decision would have been to accept the penalty, take the third and long and potentially force a long field goal. Instead, we declined the penalty, and the kicker barely bounced in a short FG that made it a two-score game.

I have always been patient with head coaches. I grew up in the Butch era and remember a large section of the fan base (including the early message boards) giving up on him before his plan fully came to fruition. But this is a results business. Three years in, the results say that we cannot accomplish the most basic goal of a well-prepared team: stopping the run. When Notre Dame bludgeoned us, we blamed it on youth. When Duke and Virginia Tech killed our season, we were on the cusp but not there yet. Now it's year four, and nothing has changed but the names of the players getting thrown under the bus. The results speak for themselves.

I don't see any coaching changes happening before the end of the season. He will be judged on the end product. I will be at every home game cheering like crazy for a miracle turnaround. But the Golden era is trending in the direction of the Shannon era. Year One was a rebuild. Year Two was when the young players showed signs of life. Year Three brought a brief moment of national relevance followed by a late-season collapse and a dispiriting bowl loss in Orlando. Year Four was when the team quit. Let's see how it plays out.

- One of the saddest things about the loss is that we aren't talking about how special Brad Kaaya is. One-third of the way through the season, he is leading the ACC in passing yards, tied for the lead in passing TDs, and on pace to set the UM single-season touchdown record. His poise and accuracy on the road was astounding. No matter what happens with the coaches, Kaaya gives all UM fans a reason to keep the faith.

- In terms of the players, the most disappointing thing for me has been the safety play. In spring and August camp, these guys were setting tone by playing fast and physical. However, they have started the season by missing tackles, taking horrible angles and at times looking just as slow as Highsmith and Rodgers. This unit needs to make a huge leap if this team wants to make any noise in the ACC.

30CINCO

Kaaya is getting better and better.

-Leads the league in passing TD's, passing yds, and pass yds per game.

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