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March 25, 2015

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UMike

Hurricanes linebacker Tyriq McCord, fully back at practice Tuesday after sustaining a knee injury March 6 in the first spring scrimmage, got nostalgic when a reporter asked if it felt strange knowing that spring practice is nearly over.

The annual spring game, free and open to the public, is at noon Saturday at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale.

“My last spring game, that’s crazy,” said the 6-3, 242-pound soon-to-be senior linebacker. “It went by real quick. I was just 209 [pounds] walking in here yesterday. These four years go by so quick. I let them know that, too. Cause, you know, like J-Lew [Jeremy Lewis], a lot of the older guys, [Allen] Hurns, all of them boys, they told us that it’s going to go by quick. I didn’t listen to them, either, and look at me now.”

McCord was quickly reminded that he has another season left.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article16214111.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

It’s not the fire; it’s the spark.

Sheldon McClellan got the blaze going with two critical shots. The first was a three-pointer that tied the game at 55 with 1:59 to play, then a floater that gave Miami a two-point lead with a minute left.

But coach Jim Larrañaga credited fifth-year senior Joe Thomas with the spark that propelled the Hurricanes to a 63-61 victory over the Richmond Spiders to advance to the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 31.

“[Thomas] came in with lots of energy, hustled all over the place and finished some shots around the rim,” Larrañaga said. “That ignited our team.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article16235870.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

This is not an under-reported Hurricanes storyline: the 2014 season did not go how Stacy Coley hoped it would. What’s new is that he wasn’t exactly pleased with his team’s most recent scrimmage.

Working mostly as a slot receiver, he caught three passes for four yards.

“Not as planned, how I wanted,” he said, when asked about last Saturday’s session. “Every ball that was thrown to me I caught, so I’m making progress.”

After last year’s lost season, Saturday’s spring game (noon, Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale) looms large for Coley. It’s his last chance this spring to achieve some tangible results – and maybe, a big play, which he once produced in abundance. Maybe a touchdown. That would be nice.

No freshman in 2013 produced more big all-purpose plays than Coley, who took the ball 30-plus yards 15 times. He finished with 1,461 all-purpose yards, fourth nationally among freshmen and the 10th-highest single-season total in UM history.

He was the only player in the nation to score four different ways: via rush, reception, kickoff return and punt return. His name was found on the All-ACC teams – second, third or honorable mention, depending on who was picking – and several freshman All-America lists.

Last year, he was just another name on UM’s depth chart. Coley fought an early-season shoulder injury and pressure to perform so great UM receivers coach Kevin Beard called it “crippling.” He finished with 184 yards on 23 catches, none of them longer than 22 yards. After averaging 21.8 yards per touch and 121.8 all-purpose yards per game in 2013, he produced just 12.8 and 71.7 last year.

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/03/25/stacy-coley-hoping-to-produce-in-miami-hurricanes-spring-game/

raizecane

TOP 5???

30CINCO

Canes Camp Report- Ep. 13- Corn Elder

https://youtu.be/ECocHi2jLvg

30CINCO

What a big time win! I didn't think we would be able to pull it out but the boys came though.

Congrats to the team, onto MSG! Go Canes!

Ohio_Cane

Hurricanes Football ‏@CanesFootball 30m30 minutes ago

Miami LB coach Hurlie Brown gets Mic’d up for #WiredWednesday at #CanesCamp - http://gocan.es/1FUfNFP

86Cane

@mattyports: On Stacy Coley, who last scored a TD in a game 481 days ago and dislikes that fact intensely: http://t.co/3hADqOKh0L http://t.co/MmzQhauWv1

Posted by: Go Canes | March 25, 2015 at 07:45 AM


@AustinSapin: #Canes are now 9-3 in their last 12 games. Their only 3 L's came vs Louisville, UNC & Notre Dame. All 3 of those teams are in the Sweet 16.

Posted by: Go Canes | March 25, 2015 at 07:50 AM


CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami men’s basketball team will throw out the first pitch at 5:45 p.m. on March 25, prior to the Hurricanes baseball game against Florida Gulf Coast at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.

Don't have link, story at Hurricanesports.com

Nice way to acknowledge the win last night

Posted by: KYcane | March 25, 2015 at 08:14 AM


Yes Sir KYCANE.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | March 25, 2015 at 08:32 AM


@CanesFootball: Miami LB coach Hurlie Brown gets Mic’d up for #WiredWednesday at #CanesCamp - http://t.co/tDmjXIMHwg http://t.co/BDNNodB0oL

Posted by: Go Canes | March 25, 2015 at 09:07 AM


Three straight wins in the NIT are tough. Would love to see that NIT banner hanging from the banners at the BUC. Canes are very capable of winning the NIT. Everything starts on D.

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | March 25, 2015 at 09:41 AM

CaneRock

FYI..NIT Final 6:

Semifinals

At Madison Square Garden

New York

Tuesday, March 31

Miami vs. Temple-Louisiana Tech winner, 7 or 9:30 p.m.

Stanford vs. Murray State-Old Dominion winner, 7 or 9:30 p.m.

Championship

Thursday, April 2

Semifinal winners, 9 p.m.

CaneRock

Ya'll remember this guy, dude had some HOPS!...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YorM6wP4oZY

Tell you what, UM has come a long way from when they used to play at the JLKC.

fran

Cr they have come even further from the days of playing at the Miami Beach auditorium. Thats where I saw Rick Barry and the canes play several times. Seems like a life time ago and it almost is.
Fran in Debary

Terrance Sullivan

Nice very Nice Fran.

VfB_Cane

@AustinSapin: #Canes are now 9-3 in their last 12 games. Their only 3 L's came vs Louisville, UNC & Notre Dame. All 3 of those teams are in the Sweet 16.

Posted by: Go Canes | March 25, 2015 at 07:50 AM

Not only that - the losses were by 2, 9 and 7 points. Last double-digit loss was in January.

CoCane

You can make a good argument about the hoops team not making it to the big dance. But...

When you lose to Green Bay, E. Kentucky and Ga Tech AT HOME by average of 20.3 ppg and a road loss to garbage azzed Wake Forest...

Your case to go dancing is kind of weak...

His Royal Dudeness

That's just it Coke. So many teams get in the big dance, that Miami had every opportunity to get in. That said, this season is a resounding success for coach L and his group. They have more than reached any reasonable expectations.

raizecane

Question.......would you rather we win the NIT or lose in the sweet 16 and why?

AfriCane

U have to give it to Golden, hes come out swinging.; no. 1 recruiting class and his social media onslaught is impressive. I dear us say that we have no.1 social media program in the country; U-drills, mic'd up, twitter, etc. and his winning the battle. hes doing everything right so far. we'll see when the regular season gets here.

CaneRock

Haha, absolutely Fran.

j.w.


Question.......would you rather we win the NIT or lose in the sweet 16 and why?

Posted by: raizecane | March 25, 2015 at 12:51 PM
No question, the Sweet 16. Everybody wants to be in the Big Dance and to win 2 you accomplished a lot.

TonyCane

It's an increasingly important component. Great that he is staying on the forefront of that.

30CINCO

I've seen where the NIT champ is considered the 65th best or now the 69th best team. Based on that logic, winning 2 in the big dance puts you in the top 16 so I would choose getting to the sweet 16.

JCane

Sweeter to be in the Sweet 16, given the recognition of the NCAA tnmt. However, the NIT top couple of teams are not #69+, as it would appear, and we all know this. There are a lot of automatic bids that get poor teams in, unless anyone really suspect UNF, Hampton, etc. were all better than Temple, UM, Stanford, etc. Tough to say who should or shouldn't truly get in, as our bad losses hurt, but one of our wins was vs. NC State, and the U finished just ahead of them in the ACC standings, yet they got the invite and are still playing. Still, sucks to be UVa right now.

Go Canes

@NFL_CFB: Mock Draft 3.0 (via @CFD22)

4. OAK: A. Cooper
8. ATL: Gurley
14. MIA: Waynes
FULL: http://t.co/KIC301Xanr http://t.co/yMHaAYXnDL

Ohio_Cane

@NFL_CFB: Mock Draft 3.0 (via @CFD22)

4. OAK: A. Cooper
8. ATL: Gurley
14. MIA: Waynes
FULL: http://t.co/KIC301Xanr http://t.co/yMHaAYXnDL

Posted by: Go Canes | March 25, 2015 at 02:13 PM
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I see the Raiders passing on Coop and picking Kevin White strictly based on 40 time.

CaneRock

NIT or Tourney, the extra exposure certainly couldn't hurt recruiting.

j.w.

I see the Raiders passing on Coop and picking Kevin White strictly based on 40 time.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | March 25, 2015 at 02:20 PM
Agree if Al were still around, but I'm actually hoping the Raiders make Cooper the pick, I think he's the better football player. Not a Raiders fan but live close enough where half my friends are, and it's more fun when they are interesting.

Demons

I would rather be in the sweet 16 , exposure , and for the players on the team ,they can say they made it there ,no one remembers who won the NIT, well cane space bloggers will.

thirstybuzzardcane

Glad to seed the blog still up and running!!!

I'm really surprise Miami was not a #1 seed in this tournament. We played awful last night and still came out with a W. I really don't know how Richmond was a #1 seed, I was not impress with them at all.

VA Cane

I never look ahead to future classes as it is too unpredictable and unsure. I like AlPa using social media. For me the focus is on success in 2015 that's what really matters.

Lurker

Checked back in and it looks like, so far so good.

Glad to see people are expressing their opinions, without being personally attacked or threatened.

As far as the Sweet 16 argument, I'm not sure. I think if you actually win the NIT, that's something you can use in recruiting. You could make the argument that you should've been invited to the big dance more easily then.

Ohio_Cane

UCF WR Breshad Perriman just ran a 4.22 40 at his pro day. That'll boost your draft stock lol

Ohio_Cane

UCF WR Breshad Perriman just ran a 4.22 40 at his pro day. That'll boost your draft stock lol

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | March 25, 2015 at 04:50 PM
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Oh, and he's 6'2, 212. Not too shabby.

Sarasota 'cane

Pete Carroll ‏@PeteCarroll 44m44 minutes ago
Congrats to @CanesCoachL and @CanesHoops for heading to the NIT final four!!

JCane

It would have been better to have been in the NCAA tnmt, but if you've gotta be limited to the NIT, the key is to make a statement, show the team is pretty dang good, along with being you with just about everyone coming back, and sending a message that next year we'll be even better. As said earlier, doesn't hurt recruiting any. Hope to see an NIT championship, but can't see terrible halves of play and expect to come out with Ws typically vs. good teams.

Ohio_Cane

@SmallwoodTrent: #Rivals250 St. Clairsville (Oh.) LB Brendan Ferns plans to visit #UGA on April 11th for spring game. @ReuseRecruiting http://t.co/8HNfgCsohD


Still say he's going to WVU to be with big bro Michael who transferred from Michigan.

JCane

NIT semis are almost set. ODU will play Stanford, and Temple looks to be rolling, with a 12 point lead over La Tech and just under 11 min left. However, as we all know, it ain't over til it's over. The winner of this game will be the U's opponent at MSG on 3/31 in Miami's first NIT semifinal.

JCane

Temple will be a tough but beatable opponent in the U's semi. Temple has been a solid team that has one most of the games that it should have with few "bad" losses, having lost to Duke, Villanova, SMU 3x, Tulsa 2x and splitting with Cinci. Tulsa happened to be the 2 seed in the Murray State-ODU bracket, getting taken out pretty handily by Murray State. Temple also managed to beat Kansas, but didn't really have any big wins vs. ranked foes, which is likely why they got bypassed on the bubble, finishing 3rd in conference, but having 5 losses and no wins vs. the 1 and 2 teams. Temple has a fairly balanced team, including balanced scoring. The leading two scorers both avg. under 15/game. I'd expect we'll need to see continued work at rebounding, hitting FTs and hopefully having a bit better 3 pt %, as 3s aren't Temple's big strength. We shall see. It's not the NCAA tnmt, but it's still exciting for the U.

Go Canes

@mattyports: New post on 9 uncommitted 2016 recruits the Hurricanes are targeting, including one legacy: http://t.co/VHQbWc1DGh http://t.co/9mfQckYR7U

Go Canes

@mattyports: [ICYMI] The Canes didn't want to play in the NIT. How did they find their groove? Taking you inside the locker room: http://t.co/FfQOZzyfYi

Go Canes

Wtf:

@AP: BREAKING: French prosecutor: Germanwings co-pilot appeared to want to `destroy the plane' .

Ohio_Cane

Wtf:

@AP: BREAKING: French prosecutor: Germanwings co-pilot appeared to want to `destroy the plane' .

Posted by: Go Canes | March 26, 2015 at 08:16 AM
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Yeah, I'm reading it's looking intentional. They said there was "Absolute silence in the cockpit".

Lurker

Temple will be a tough but beatable opponent in the U's semi. Temple has been a solid team that has one most of the games that it should have with few "bad" losses, having lost to Duke, Villanova, SMU 3x, Tulsa 2x and splitting with Cinci. Tulsa happened to be the 2 seed in the Murray State-ODU bracket, getting taken out pretty handily by Murray State. Temple also managed to beat Kansas, but didn't really have any big wins vs. ranked foes, which is likely why they got bypassed on the bubble, finishing 3rd in conference, but having 5 losses and no wins vs. the 1 and 2 teams. Temple has a fairly balanced team, including balanced scoring. The leading two scorers both avg. under 15/game. I'd expect we'll need to see continued work at rebounding, hitting FTs and hopefully having a bit better 3 pt %, as 3s aren't Temple's big strength. We shall see. It's not the NCAA tnmt, but it's still exciting for the U.

Posted by: JCane | March 25, 2015 at 11:09 PM

Really nice post. Thank you. Stuff like this is why I lurk. I haven't seen insight like this from the papers. I appreciate it.

raizecane


Wtf:

@AP: BREAKING: French prosecutor: Germanwings co-pilot appeared to want to `destroy the plane' .

Posted by: Go Canes | March 26, 2015 at 08:16 AM

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Losing family members to an accident is tragic but to lose family because someone intentially downed a plane is horrific and my prayers go to those famlies for there loss.

Im just surprised the voice recorder didnt't pick up the passengers. One would think panic would set in once they saw the pilot was locked out.

Ohio_Cane

Christy Chirinos ‏@ChristyChirinos 1m1 minute ago

Braxton Berrios back to full-go in practice today. No longer in limited-contact jersey. #Canes in walkthrough mode today.

Go Canes

@AdamHBeasley: Mel Kiper called Phillip Dorsett the most "versatile" and "underrated" receiver in the draft.

Go Canes

This was a really nice gesture:

@SportsCenter: Why We Love Sports Today: Former UNC coach Dean Smith leaves each one of his former players $200 in his will. » http://t.co/xC4yHCX0I4

laquinton

Funny, Pete Carroll was at my job yesterday. I chatted with him for a moment . Great guy. I told him when he is done with the Hawks and if the job is open Miami,FL would love to have him. Ask Brennan about the weather and you know the talent in Florida he smiled and said yeah Brennan loved it down there

VA Cane

Good info on Canes kids now and in the future. I am glad to here about the future kids; we really need to get the job done this year as that will cement the deals for the future. You cannot count on a lot from these young kids, but it is all you can do...its not like you throw in the towel. Just win now, focus on 2015 and the kids should stick for a brighter future. Heres hoping things will progress to where they need to be.

Ohio_Cane

Matt Porter ‏@mattyports 2h2 hours ago

Shaq Quarterman is built like a redshirt sophomore.


Kid is gonna be a monster

Terrance Sullivan

Yes Sir VA Cane.

Terrance Sullivan

Here is a question for U my fellow Spacer's would U rather be in the NIT Final Four playing in NYC or be a first round exit like Indiana from the NCAA. Give me the NIT Final Four in MSG in NYC. Go Canes!

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: Go Canes | March 26, 2015 at 02:16 PM

Class act. I love it when guys are like this in sports. Tony Gwynn, Roger Federer, John Wooden, etc.

Ohio_Cane

Here is a question for U my fellow Spacer's would U rather be in the NIT Final Four playing in NYC or be a first round exit like Indiana from the NCAA. Give me the NIT Final Four in MSG in NYC. Go Canes!

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | March 26, 2015 at 04:49 PM
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This is a tough question...

On one hand (NIT), we get to see our Canes play deeper into the year if they make the Final 4.

On the other hand, as another poster said, the winner of the NIT is thought to be the 65th (or 69th) best team in the country, so even a 1st round exit in that light seems better.

j.w.


Here is a question for U my fellow Spacer's would U rather be in the NIT Final Four playing in NYC or be a first round exit like Indiana from the NCAA. Give me the NIT Final Four in MSG in NYC. Go Canes!

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | March 26, 2015 at 04:49 PM
Yep, tougher question for me. I'll still take the NCAA's, it just means more IMO.

Go Canes

@HeraldSports: Dolphins may seek speedy WR in draft ‒ and ex-Cane Phillip Dorsett a candidate
http://t.co/Qbuuk3ColY
@AdamHBeasley http://t.co/khEQjVTNQ0

Lurker


Here is a question for U my fellow Spacer's would U rather be in the NIT Final Four playing in NYC or be a first round exit like Indiana from the NCAA. Give me the NIT Final Four in MSG in NYC. Go Canes!

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | March 26, 2015 at 04:49 PM

Agreed. Would have loved to have gone to the dance, but a first round exit is bleh. Final four in an NIT seems like more of an accomplishment than a first-round first game NCAA exit.

Go Canes

@HeraldSports: UM football spring game is first step in ensuring Canes get swagger back
http://t.co/5JmMMyBrK0
@smillerdegnan http://t.co/66t8a0LGrm

86Cane

Really nice post. Thank you. Stuff like this is why I lurk. I haven't seen insight like this from the papers. I appreciate it.

Posted by: Lurker | March 26, 2015 at 09:30 AM

Well done Sir, very well done.

#CivilizationRestored

His Royal Dudeness

Miami is better than 65th if they win the NIT. Many teams in the big dance are automatic bids that some NIT teams are obviously better than.

Ohio_Cane

UK is STOMPING WVU. My goodness are they fantastic.

His Royal Dudeness

I'd rather win a few NIT games than get bounced round one, although the program's goal is to go back to the tourney. I think a good run in the NIT is better for recruiting than just making the tourney. Miami has a lot going for them as a basketball school. There's just not the kind of talent in S. FL for basketball like there is in football.

Ohio_Cane

44-18 at half in case you're not watching UK vs WVU.

Lurker

Miami is better than 65th if they win the NIT. Many teams in the big dance are automatic bids that some NIT teams are obviously better than.

Posted by: The Dude | March 26, 2015 at 10:43 PM

Very true.

CaneRock


UK is STOMPING WVU. My goodness are they fantastic.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | March 26, 2015 at 10:46 PM

When you can't go around,through, or over em', but they can do all 3 to you, it's over, fuhgetaboutit.

His Royal Dudeness

My bracket has them winning it all, we'll see.

Dan Tana

Yeah, dont underestimate how important this NIT run is. It is very important for a team where hopefully everyone is returning.

JCane

Thx for the nice thoughts, Lurker. If only my auto spell could get won vs "one." I love breaking these things down, as if it means much to more than just a few geek types like I am anyway.

UKy is more than good, and WVU clearly needs some of the last two initials of UKy to get through this game. Clearly, this isn't the typical tournament where there are a few teams considered even for winning it all. UKy would have to totally meltdown or have some big injuries, in all likelihood. Duke is playing pretty well, but I'm not sure anyone is ready to stay within 2 buckets of the Wildcats for a whole game.

I'm not going to worry about whether I'd rather see the U make the NCAA or the NIT, as it doesn't really matter since we didn't get a say. Just want to see them play well and win, wherever they are. There is absolutely no way that the NIT champ is truly 65th or 69th, btw. When you remove all of the conference tie-ins and automatic bids, it's probably more like 40-55 somewhere. Still, winning a tournament against solid competition as a way to finish the season never hurts, and this squad is coming back. Looking forward to the 3/31 matchup vs. Temple. The other semi looks similar, with a big established school vs. a mid-level, also (Stanford vs. ODU).

His Royal Dudeness

You gotta shoot to beat Kentucky. Maybe a team like ND can knock them off.

CaneRock


You gotta shoot to beat Kentucky.
Posted by: The Dude | March 26, 2015 at 11:44 PM

Yup. The closer to the rim you get, the taller they get. A team is gonna have to shoot 60%/+ from 15 feet out to beat em'.

Ohio_Cane

Auguste from ND will be silent when they play UK

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: CaneRock | March 26, 2015 at 11:49 PM

Exactly. I think they're beatable by a team that can shoot and play perimeter D. You can't hope to beat them if you drive the lane or let them get the ball to their big guys. You won't out-rebound them either. They could go undefeated, but they aren't an alltime great team, especially in terms of guard play. Kentucky plays big and they are aggressive in transition. If someone beats them it's because like you said, the other team shot around 60% from the field and D'd up their guards.

VfB_Cane

Good morning everybody.

I don't think this has been posted yet:
http://www.si.com/nfl/2015/03/24/2015-nfl-draft-q-a-phillip-dorsett-miami-hurricanes

It's time for a new generation of Canes to leave their mark at the next level. If drafted by the right team, Dorsett can certainly match what Allen Hurns did as a rookie.

KYcane

Dorman Finishes Second at NCAA Championships

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Sam Dorman saved his best for last.
Competing in the final NCAA Championships of his illustrious career, Dorman captured second place in the men’s 1-meter event to earn All-America recognition with a signature performance.

www.hurricanesports.com

Congratulations young man

Ohio_Cane

Canes Camp Report - Episode 14: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNEp9gpe4HU&feature=youtu.be

30CINCO

Hurricanes carry each other to Saturday’s spring game

CORAL GABLES — Last year’s team was a bit fractured. That much was clear by their play on the field, the varying levels of effort that was shown in the 0-4 slide to end the season. Returning players this spring have spoken often about unity and having each other’s backs.

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/03/26/hurricanes-carry-each-other-to-saturdays-spring-game/

Terrance Sullivan

Coach L said on Joe Rose show this morning that he got 150 texts after their win against Richmond including recruits so that answers that question. Go Canes. Anyone going to the Spring Jamboree tomorrow at Lockhart Stadium in FLL.

30CINCO

Matt Porter @mattyports

What I've heard about the Hurricanes' new Adidas unis: late summer unveil; 5, poss. 6 flavors (orange/green/white/black, w/ retro option).

Retro option? How about Camo?!?!?! Would be sweet!

UMike

Looks like Berrios switched his number to 8

Terrance Sullivan

UMike he did so did AQM.

30CINCO

Matt Porter @mattyports · 31m 31 minutes ago

Should make this clear: UM spring game (offense vs. defense) kicks off at noon (no TV) at Lockhart, but fan festivities begin at 10 a.m.

ML Alumni1970.

What is the date for the CANES game in New York? I missed the last game, because of my memory loss. I will put it on the fridge.Thanks
And I FELL yesterday and got scraped,cut, and bruised. I was at a special granite store. So great to read all of your posts. Kind of a rebirth.
Special HI to Maria and Tom. Tom, please send the wonderful blog you did on me MARY LOU WE LOVE YOU, TO MY EMAIL SO I CAN KEEP IT.

Terrance Sullivan

ML Alumni1970 our Canes basketball team play Tuesday night at 7pm on ESPN against Temple in MSG in NYC. Go Canes!

Terrance Sullivan

Gonna listen to Joe Z call the Spring Jamboree on Saturday in FLL to get a feel of the festivities. Go Canes!

VfB_Cane

SEMIFINALS
March 31 7 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
Miami (Fla.) vs. Temple
March 31 9 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
Old Dominion vs. Stanford

FINAL
April 2 9 p.m. at Madison Square Garden
TBD vs. TBD

30CINCO

Golden, Kaaya ready to see how Miami looks in spring game

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/7a6f4e43a1864be7953a3c04e74f1239/golden-kaaya-ready-see-how-miami-looks-spring-game

30CINCO

An Economist Explains Why College Athletes Should Be Paid | The Nation

http://www.thenation.com/blog/202729/economist-explains-why-college-athletes-should-be-paid

30CINCO

Miami’s Al Golden finds his QB in Georgia

Miami coach Al Golden feels really good about the gamble the Hurricanes took last month in Georgia.

One day after signing day, Miami both offered and signed Evan Shirreffs, an intriguing quarterback prospect out of Jefferson High School.

The 6-foot-6, 200-pounder held off on signing with smaller colleges such as Georgetown, Old Dominion and Eastern Michigan with the hope that a scholarship would open up after signing day at Miami. Shirreffs felt good about his chances after taking an official visit with the Hurricanes a few weeks earlier.

http://recruiting.blog.ajc.com/2015/03/26/miamis-al-golden-finds-his-qb-in-georgia/

CaneRock

SMDH! A buncha bozos:

http://www.foxsports.com/florida

CaneRock

^^^^^^^^^^^^^Wrong link:

http://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/emails-show-ncaa-was-out-of-control-in-usc-case-032515

ML Alumni1970.

Thank you so much for the info on the game. I put it on the fridge.
No info on sending info link to my email, Mary Lou We Love You
HELP PLEASE.

CaneRock

Cauley-Stein playing HSFB:

http://youtu.be/VjNZtUGl4Ko

86Cane

An Economist Explains Why College Athletes Should Be Paid | The Nation

A College Athlete Explains Why Economists Should Mind Their Own Damn Bidness / The Nation

Go Canes

@JennStraws: Wow. What a night 4 @MiamiHurricanes! @HurricaneTennis beats #8 UVA, @CanesBaseball beats #22 UNC & diver @Sam_Dorman wins national title!!

Terrance Sullivan

Good job Go Canes I was about to post about the winning by our Baseball and Tennis team, etc. Love it. Go Canes.

CGNC

I have mad respect for coach K, I hope Duke goes all the way

TonyCane

After reading that NCAA article, I'm surprised that they have never thought about waiving their own rulres and paying a high school recruit top dollar to be an undercover informant of recruiting violations.

Lurker

Another National Championship for the University of Miami:

University of Miami (@univmiami)
3/28/15, 8:10 AM
NATIONAL CHAMPION: Sam Dorman had a night for the ages, shattered NCAA 3-meter diving record

https://mobile.twitter.com/univmiami/status/581790546609496064/photo/1

http://www.hurricanesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=28700&ATCLID=209988087

UpNorthCane27

WADDDDUPPPPP MY PEOPLE!!!!!!!

C A N E S CANESSSSS!!!!!

Man its good to be back on the space!

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I'm surprised that they have never thought about waiving their own rules and paying a high school recruit top dollar to be an undercover informant of recruiting violations.

Posted by: TonyCane | March 28, 2015 at 10:56 AM

You think they'd take down damn near the entire $EC on top of being hypocrites who shoot themselves in the foot...naaaaaah LMAO!

I'm paraphrasing here, but what was that saying..."When Kentucky breaks the rules, punish & demonize Jim Boeheim."

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