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July 14, 2015

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30CINCO

Uno!

86Cane

CINCO sneaks in da back door!

#Shameless

Terrance Sullivan

Was loving the article until I saw Mario Judasbal.

30CINCO

that what she said!!

Terrance Sullivan

LOL

SinisterCane

GO CANEZ

nemo2002

Top Ten.

Ohio_Cane

Kaaya Ocho

trianglecane

Reading in Seattle.... 9

CaneRock

"### Asked who’s to blame for the underachieving and 6-7 record last season, he said 70 percent is on the players and 30 percent on the coaches.

“Players have to want to be great,” he said. “And last year, there were a few guys who wanted to be great, but not everyone gave their all every play.”

He said some players had to be cajoled simply “to play harder.” That lack of effort puzzled and angered some players who were giving their all and caused some friction among players, he said.

### The player said another problem is that some players didn’t study the playbook enough to learn D’Onofrio’s complex defense, which is patterned in some ways after the Seattle Seahawks system.

“It’s an NFL defense, a difficult system, and some college kids aren’t ready for it and don’t put in the time to learn it,” the player said. “It needs to be like a job, and some of the guys here don’t treat it like that. I don’t think he necessarily needs to simplify it. Some of the players just need to make it a priority to learn it and do it right.”

But he also acknowledged that D’Onofrio’s system, which he had no issue with, is simply “too much to learn for some kids. I’ve seen playbooks from other schools and ours is a lot more complicated and longer.”

### So what’s the issue as far as coaching, beyond that?

“Some of the players wish coach D’Onofrio would let them play more instinctively and attacking more, and play more man coverage. Against Florida State, we were attacking and playing a lot of man coverage in the first half. Then we got conservative and Jameis Winston picked us apart. Players want to play more man.”

### He said the other issue with D’Onofrio is that “guys are afraid of him because he can be insulting. Some players wanted to be treated more respectfully.

“Coach D’Onofrio doesn’t like when you speak up [with suggestions or second-guessing]. After the Virginia game, Anthony Chickillo asked why we ran a three-man line on fourth and goal at the two, and coach D’Onofrio snapped.”

In defense of D’Onofrio (who is a friendly, engaging fellow off the field), a lot of coaches are very tough on their players and D’Onofrio always praises them publicly.

### The player said UM players don’t have an issue with the hybrid 4-3/3-4 scheme or where they’re asked to line up and praised D’Onofrio for being “passionate and detailed. He would be a great NFL coach.”

### What about Al Golden?

“A great guy,” the player said. “He’s calm, cool and composed. But he comes across as a salesman. I wish he would be more open with us.” He said even though Golden says players can come to him about anything, “some players are intimidated by him.”

Does Golden motivate the team well enough? “He ignites us emotionally at practice. But after the Florida State game, we lost a lot of emotion. We kind of lost our mojo.”

The player blames everyone for that. He said he doesn’t have any issue with Golden’s strategic acumen or game-day decisions.

### He said the young players cannot feel entitlement and must understand they need to work to be great, which he believes some --- but not all --- do. As an example, he mentioned Chad Thomas can be “****y” but also praised his ability."

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2015/07/um-player-gives-behind-the-scenes-reasons-for-program-underachieving-heat-marlins-dolphins-chatter.html

Terrance Sullivan

About what I thought.

thirstybuzzardcane

Yup!!! We have a cancer on our team and it's coach D'no!!!

CaneRock

About the only game I'll say the kids laid down on, were UVA & Pitt. The rest of em' D'Onofrio was outclassed...outwitted...and out of His league.

90% Coaching
10% Players

PERIOD!

Terrance Sullivan

LOL what disturbs me is guys not wanting it enough. Coaches are fair game for criticism but like I thought players aren't giving their all and that's something they have to look themselves in the mirror just like the coaches do. Like I have been saying all are to blame. Any other conclusion in my opinion is fantasyland thinking.

Terrance Sullivan

They didn't lay down for South Carolina either. LOL at 90% Coaches fault. Pure Comedy. Might as well say it's a 100% percent Coaches. What a joke. Smdh. I will say it's 50/50 Coaches/Players but the haters gonna give the players a pass but lay blame all on Coaches. Unbelievable.

Go Canes

Posted by: CaneRock | July 15, 2015 at 12:50 AM

Lololol.

And the defensive bludgeoning we gave Duke, Cincy, UNC and Va Tech?

S. Carolina had what, one broken play for a TD and a short field TD after Kaaya's pick late and that's it?

The Louisville game was a very good job by the D until they were totally gassed late.

Even the UVA game wasn't the D''s fault. What did they actually give up, 17 points? The rest were by special team and offensive blunders.

Don't want to hear about the second half of the FSU game. If the offense does ANYTHING in the final 30 we win. Winston picked everyone apart. When you're up by that much you make them eat clock to score, expecting to score something and seal the win. That was the failure.

A big issue, as Tony and many of us have said over and over, has been lack of depth. Players who aren't as driven won't work as hard if they're not pushed. When you're down to basically no backups of consequence like we were by season end, those things happen.

The haters will never acknowledge that.

That's how the cloud still affects things for those who asked yesterday and the day before.

It's like Sumlin said in that quote:

"The SEC is not just a line of scrimmage league. It's a line of scrimmage and depth league." - A&M HC Kevin Sumlin

There you go. DEPTH creates competition more than anything else. We have that as much as we've had in years. We'll begin reaping the benefits of that this year.

86Cane

I was a lot happier when women's tennis was in season.

That is all.

SinisterCane


If there is a motivation problem, that is a golden problem. If there is an effort problem, that is a golden problem. If there is a staff problem, that is a golden problem. If he is so single track in his experience and knowledge that he cannot put the right system in place to fit his players, that is a golden problem. No matter how you try to read that interview, this is all a golden problem. Nothing more, nothing less. He is a failure as a motivator, a failure as a manager, a failure as a strategist. A failure as a head coach.

SinisterCane

Has the Seattle Seahawk ever ran a 3 down lineman set in a goal line situation?

Terrance Sullivan

Exactly 86.

Go Canes

Posted by: SinisterCane | July 15, 2015 at 08:10 AM

Lol.

How single minded can some of you really be.

Go Canes

I wonder if he's starting to come across as a "salesman"??

@ESPNRittenberg: Agree with @mitchsherman. Harbaugh’s offseason antics, while entertaining, are starting to feel contrived. http://t.co/uJkm44mrTNI'm

SinisterCane

How single minded can some of you really be.


Posted by: Go Canes | July 15, 2015 at 09:02 AM

Is there any mistruth to what I said? Theses are ALL Golden's players, any ills with the team its his job to cure them. If Golden fails this yr. it's pretty safe to say UM wont be firing the players

Mountain Cane

Go Canes, even with the recruiting and retention issues we had more talent than many of the teams we played. Our guys don't get better at the U, but then get drafted and stand out at the next level.

No matter how folks think we got where we are, the more interesting question for me is how many more years Golden gets. The U is cheap and owes him 5 more years so that suggests he is here for 3-4 more years no matter how dismal the performance.

On the other hand, if you are an optimist you first think Golden's record will improve dramatically. And if it doesn't, the new admin may, just may, buy out more years than I ever thought possible here.

Ohio_Cane


JUCO Football Frenzy @JUCOFFrenzy

BREAKING: per @NJCAA , Former @ArmyAllAmerican & #LSU BB DT Travonte Valentine is transferring to Arizona Western CC

30CINCO

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | July 15, 2015 at 10:13 AM
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92.6% Golden's fault

Mountain Cane

Clash, can you quantify your " That does take some time" comment? How many MORE years before we make a change unless results change dramatically?

Results are what matter. If your playbook is too complicated, the players aren't motivated or whatever it needs to be changed.

Guilty with an explanation does not = innocent.

SinisterCane

His average wins per season is 7

#Blametheplayers

SinisterCane

Good Article on Brad

http://athlonsports.com/college-football/brad-kaaya-miami-hurricanes-next-star-quarterback

Go Canes

Mountain can you give me examples in the last few years of guys who weren't good to excellent then blew up in the pros?

thirstybuzzardcane


If there is a motivation problem, that is a golden problem. If there is an effort problem, that is a golden problem. If there is a staff problem, that is a golden problem. If he is so single track in his experience and knowledge that he cannot put the right system in place to fit his players, that is a golden problem. No matter how you try to read that interview, this is all a golden problem. Nothing more, nothing less. He is a failure as a motivator, a failure as a manager, a failure as a strategist. A failure as a head coach.


Posted by: SinisterCane | July 15, 2015 at 08:10 AM


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EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RCCF

Season Started Yet??
EA Sports is talking about bringing back NCAA Football....

Sinistercane

Mountain can you give me examples in the last few years of guys who weren't good to excellent then blew up in the pros?

Posted by: Go Canes | July 15, 2015 at 11:40 AM

Olivier Vernon


thirstybuzzardcane

Mountain can you give me examples in the last few years of guys who weren't good to excellent then blew up in the pros?

Posted by: Go Canes | July 15, 2015 at 11:40 AM

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Allen Bailey

thirstybuzzardcane

Mountain can you give me examples in the last few years of guys who weren't good to excellent then blew up in the pros?

Posted by: Go Canes | July 15, 2015 at 11:40 AM


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Sam Shields

Mountain Cane

Go, how many you need?

Others not mentioned yet---

henderson, B Washington, Chase Ford, calais Campbell, Ray Ray

TLuv

I've always viewed Sam Shields as a success of our coaches. The kid came in as a WR with tons of potential but had no hands. At all. Credit to Shannon for not giving up on the kid and switching him over to defense. We can talk about the shortcomings of coaches all day, but I never understood why we considered Sam Shields to be one of them.

Mountain Cane

Shields was undrafted. The Packers commented at the time about how raw he was.

You seem pleased it only took the staff 3 years to get him in the right position.

TLuv

Well he had only played DB for a year so that always made sense to me. He came in as a highly regarded WR. He had tons of speed and quickness, and we had no depth at WR then. Most fans had all but given up on the guy. I mean yea, you can be upset that it took them 3 years to switch him, but it seems like you don't want to admit that there are many coaches who might not have switched him at all, who would've kept trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. It works both ways.

CaneRock

T-Luv...Shields wasn't entirely Shannon's decision. I forget the DB coach's name at the time, but He said He had to practically beg Shannon to let Him switch to D. But I feel ya' though, I had all but given up on em'.

And one other thing about Shields, IMO, He was the best gunner to ever come through UM.

Terrance Sullivan

Right Rock Shields was the best Gunner Ever at UM.

TLuv

CR I forgot how awesome he was on ST. Good call.

Go Canes

We've been talking about the current regime. Aside from Vernon playing a few games after his suspension and Seantrel who played great when he wasn't suspended , none of those guys played for Golden.

The staff has done a great job developing talent, they've done a mediocre to poor job having it translate to game day.

TonyCane

I think if you look back you will see far more Shannon recruits who "blew up" than Golden. I specifically remember one poster in 2010 quoting an NFL source who said at that time that the Canes staff did the worst job in college football of developing their players. Great way to view it...when did the 2008 class have their best years under Shannon? 2008. Ray Ray is all Shannon, he never played for Golden. Henderson you can argue about, but it seems that was his doing. Name me four players outside of Chikillo that Golden recruited who have gotten worse over a three year span. I can easily do that with Shannon...Harris, A Johnson, Ray Ray, Streeter. I'm not saying that Golden is Saban...but we had three first rounders this year. That speaks to some development.

His Royal Dudeness

I think Golden has done a pretty good job getting guys ready for the pros. A really good example is Brandon McGee. The only reason Al hasn't had more success is that he had been to stubborn to change his schemes. He's really in the So FL recruiting game now, that took a little longer than we all wanted, but Al wasn't a splash hire and the school had uncertainty around it. It's all about gamedays and Mark. His two biggest flaws.

Mountain Cane

Go, not sure how you conclude that Golden has done a great job at developing talent (or anything else for that matter) but mediocre to poor on game day.

Here's my translation. Results are all that matters and his results stink.

How many years do you give him if he continues to produce 6 or 7 wins per year (2 to 3 of which are gimmes)?

Golden's ACC regular season record over 4 years is 16-16. And it was 3-5 last year, so there's no story that it is getting better.

If you like mediocre, he's your guy.

TheeMackJones

Other than go cane and several other Cane fandom. Tony Cane is the TEXTBOOK Golden APOLOGISTS. So his brief note is biased in a SUSPECT sort of way.

Oh. One more thing. I guess those FIVE losses to opponents which ended up having LOSING SEASONS can be blamed on that Onion Head. LOL

Yes, the Hurricanes happen to lose to five squads the past four seasons. Which MYSTERIOUSLY had sub-par .500 seasons.

Again, Tony Cane is a DIE HARD Golden loyalist. Nothing more and nothing less.

His Royal Dudeness

Al is still learning on the job for gameday, but the recent change to implement a 1 gap system has me interested. The jury is still out on Coley, he still does wierd shit too. Like running Gus east and west and giving the ball to Duke at the goal line. He also did a poor job getting the ball to weapons down field, both Al and James needed to take the handcuffs of Brad, but with the Ryan Williams injury, let's just say this isn't Urban Meyer's staff, for better or worse.

1mg of Epi

Terrance Sullivan
They didn't lay down for South Carolina either. LOL at 90% Coaches fault. Pure Comedy. Might as well say it's a 100% percent Coaches. What a joke. Smdh. I will say it's 50/50 Coaches/Players but the haters gonna give the players a pass but lay blame all on Coaches. Unbelievable.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | July 15, 2015 at 01:17 AM

At the end of last season everybody on here knew that AG deaerved to be shown the door, and that's really our point.

His Royal Dudeness

Mack,

No one here thinks TC is a Golden appologist but you man. Just being real.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: The Dude | July 15, 2015 at 01:39 PM

Are U serious! Chit, the beloved Golden had FIVE previous seasons of being a head coach!!!! LMFAO And AFTER ten seasons of being a head coach. The Golden One is still LEARNING on the job. Of course, you could be playing the Orange nd' Green SARCASTIC card.

Mountain Cane

I'd be happier if I thought Golden learning on the job, no matter how small the improvement. I see zero evidence of it.

Ohio_Cane

Chase Ford, Ray Ray

Posted by: Mountain Cane | July 15, 2015 at 12:19 PM
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Uhhh, wut?

TheeMackJones

Funny. But it seems the Mighty Trojans haven't had the major DIFFICULTY, which Miami has experienced the past four seasons. After all, USC had one lame season of " 7-6 " since Pete BOLTED for the NFL.

Heck, USC is even in national championship discussion this season. And happens to be a legitimate Top 6 team, in ALL the college football magazines.

By the way, the Men of Troy faced STIFFER scholarship losses than the Hurricanes. Go figure.

Ohio_Cane

henderson, B Washington

Posted by: Mountain Cane | July 15, 2015 at 12:19 PM
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Again... WUT?

None of those I highlighted have even come CLOSE to "blowing up in the pros".

SinisterCane

LOL@ NOFENSE scheming his defense to look like the Seattle Seahawks.

Mountain Cane

That's any easy one Mack. No one.

TheeMackJones

FWIW... Phil Steele lists USC's win-loss record for the past ten seasons. That includes the bowl games. So if Cane fan EXCLUDES the tail end of Caroll's tenure. One could see the Trojans have had WINNING seasons and have WON bowl games. And that's with the ACHILLES HEEL of MAJOR scholarship losses!

TheeMackJones

If there is a motivation problem, that is a golden problem. If there is an effort problem, that is a golden problem. If there is a staff problem, that is a golden problem. If he is so single track in his experience and knowledge that he cannot put the right system in place to fit his players, that is a golden problem. No matter how you try to read that interview, this is all a golden problem. Nothing more, nothing less. He is a failure as a motivator, a failure as a manager, a failure as a strategist. A failure as a head coach.

Posted by: SinisterCane | July 15, 2015 at 08:10 AM

Finally!!!! A VOICE of REASON in the muggy metropolis of South Florida. lol

1mg of Epi

When a player doesn't understand the system, isn't quite sure what to do or what's expected of him.... He probably will look like he quit on the field.

1mg of Epi

Who do u figure the anonymous player was? DP?

TheeMackJones

" Against Florida State, we were attacking and playing a lot of man coverage in the first half. Then we got conservative and Jameis Winston picked us apart. Players want to play more man.” "

LMFAO... Because ESPN'S/ABC'S Herbie had the absolute EXACT NOTION. And he was yapping about both the offense and defense!!!!

In other words, why did Miami let FSU off the mat and why didn't Miami go for the TKO punch. Herbie was insinuating that the Hurricanes had FSU on the ropes, but gave the Criminoles an escape route out of being in dire straits.

TheeMackJones

There you go. DEPTH creates competition more than anything else. We have that as much as we've had in years. We'll begin reaping the benefits of that this year.

Posted by: Go Canes | July 15, 2015 at 04:46 AM

Go tell that to Kehoe. The man has NO DEPTH on the O-line and Art is growing new GRAY hairs day after day. LMFAO

1mg of Epi

In other words, why did Miami let FSU off the mat and why didn't Miami go for the TKO punch. Herbie was insinuating that the Hurricanes had FSU on the ropes, but gave the Criminoles an escape route out of being in dire straits.

Posted by: TheeMackJones | July 15, 2015 at 02:16 PM

I remember the defensive mavens here telling us there was no difference in D game planing game to game or half to half.

thirstybuzzardcane

WQAM is talking about the article Barry Jackson wrote.....They are also blaming the coaches!!

thirstybuzzardcane

I think the anonymous player was Chick in that article!

TheeMackJones

I'm guessing that it was THE DUKE's mother.

1mg of Epi

Based on the stories, I think it has to be a defensive player.

thirstybuzzardcane

With the OL we have this year, Kayaa will get hit hard and often! I'm going to feel bad for the kid!

TheeMackJones

On the road in Stinkin' Lincoln, Hinterlands and only down by one freakin' FG. And all Miami had to do was make some simple adjustments on defense. But no. Golden and D'Onofrio adjustments allow that Herbie Cornhusker team to go up and down the field in the crucial second-half. And all Nebraska did was RUN the ball. smh

thirstybuzzardcane

^^^^Kaaya

TheeMackJones

Don't U just love it when there's CONTROVERSY in the Canespace. LMFAO

thirstybuzzardcane

On defense, we don't use the skills sets that our players have properly. We are not a slow team like the Penn States of the world. We have speed, more speed, and more speed to kill!!! We should be leading the nation in sacks!!

thirstybuzzardcane

Even Chick was bashing the coaching scheme after the Senior bowl on national TV!! I just don't get how people thought our defense was good last year.

SinisterCane


Even Chick was bashing the coaching scheme after the Senior bowl on national TV!! I just don't get how people thought our defense was good last year.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | July 15, 2015 at 02:41 PM


How dare you talk about the Seahawks defense that way :( lol

SinisterCane

NOFENSE's Seattle scheme

TFL ranked 102nd
Sacks Ranked 73rd

Lur-ker

Chick NEVER bashed anyone or anything.

All he said was the scheme that he played in college was not as suited for him to get upfield and be disruptive as he might have been in a different scheme like he played in the post season games.

As a matter of fact, he worded his statement very carefully so as not to come across as bashing the coaches, and he made his comment in response to a specific question about his disruption in that specific game versus his college career, in which many times he had to play like a 2-gap hands-in-the-dirt tackle, and not a 1-gap rush end.

Pure comedy, the interpretations on here.

And also pure comedy when a respected player actually says the fault was 70% with the players, and that gets twisted to 90% coaches. Thinking it's all on the coaches is an ok opinion to have, but that's NOT what the anonymous player, who was actually there and played under these coaches said.

You can have any opinion you like of how responsible the coaches are, and in the end the buck stops with them, but the fact of what he said is not in dispute, he actually said it.

thirstybuzzardcane

All he said was the scheme that he played in college was not as suited for him to get upfield and be disruptive as he might have been in a different scheme like he played in the post season games.

Posted by: Lur-ker | July 15, 2015 at 03:09 PM

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Ok, so he bashed them in a polite way!! I guess we should start recruiting kids from the midwest so they can play in our system, because every South Florida kid is not suited for coach D'NoNuts scheme!!!

CaneRock


Ray Ray is all Shannon, he never played for Golden.

Posted by: TonyCane | July 15, 2015 at 01:20 PM

Yes, He did.

CaneRock

Chase Ford & Brandon Washington also played for Shannon.

CaneRock

^^^^^^^^^ Correction, "also played for Golden."

CaneRock


And also pure comedy when a respected player actually says the fault was 70% with the players, and that gets twisted to 90% coaches. Thinking it's all on the coaches is an ok opinion to have, but that's NOT what the anonymous player, who was actually there and played under these coaches said.

Posted by: Lur-ker | July 15, 2015 at 03:09 PM

If you're referring to my post, I didn't twist His words, read it again.

TheeMackJones

Speaking of D'Onofrio and GOLDEN'S particular defense. The defensive unit will have to CARRY the offense for at least the initial opening FOUR games on the schedule. Seeing that the O-line will be a work in progress and the jury is still out on the running backs, TE and receivers and what not.

And believe it or not. Both Cincinnati and Nebraska will be TROUBLESOME games for Miami. Thankfully the Hurricanes have 2 guaranteed wins against Florida Atlantic and the in-state I-AA opponent.

Lur-ker

Making stuff up as we go along.

The one, and only one year that Ray Ray played for golden, he was in the doghouse because of his suspected NCAA violations. Let's not be clowns and forget that we had to tread so so carefully during that time, and Ray Ray couldn't keep his mouth shut. So, under the threat of the death penalty, he had to sit out several games. for that and other reasons. Unbelievable how history is rewritten.

TheeMackJones

FWIW... according to Phil Steele the Hurricanes have the NO. 3 most difficult schedule in all of major college football.

So it looks like Golden and D'Onofrio will have to FINALLY show their overall coaching ACUMEN and what not.

SinisterCane

#Miserable

Ohio_Cane

Allcanes.com has 50% off all Nike gear through midnight tonight. Just a heads up

http://www.allcanes.com/shop-online/nike-miami-hurricanes-sale.html

Mountain Cane

Trying to get rid of all the Duke #8 jerseys apparently.

Terrance Sullivan

Clearing out the Nike Gear for Adidas Gear.

Go Canes

Lol. To all of it.

And what not.

Go Canes

Til Kaaya and Coley are.

Or Walton and Grace.

On a side note, well done Canes:

@MiamiHerald: UM testing goggles that can detect concussions immediately http://t.co/WbYESUzR8K http://t.co/00MccCHiUT

TonyCane

Go, not sure how you conclude that Golden has done a great job at developing talent (or anything else for that matter) but mediocre to poor on game day.

Here's my translation. Results are all that matters and his results stink.

How many years do you give him if he continues to produce 6 or 7 wins per year (2 to 3 of which are gimmes)?

Golden's ACC regular season record over 4 years is 16-16. And it was 3-5 last year, so there's no story that it is getting better.

If you like mediocre, he's your guy.

Posted by: Mountain Cane | July 15, 2015 at 01:36 PM

I'll respond to Mountain first.

He gets one year to show improvement. Realistically it's probably two years given the contract.

CaneRock

It would have had the same effect if Butch Davis, Nick Saban, Lane Kiffin, or Mack Brown had been here.

Posted by: TonyCane | July 15, 2015 at 08:20 PM

Not Butch or Saban. Just because Al can't get it done, doesn't mean somebody better can't.

SinisterCane

Tony Cane

Golden's flirtation with Ped U killed his 2013 class, not the NCAA

86Cane

BREAKING: per @NJCAA , Former @ArmyAllAmerican & #LSU BB DT Travonte Valentine is transferring to Arizona Western CC

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | July 15, 2015 at 10:13 AM

So sad, so very, very, SAD.

86Cane

Especially 2 years with the gloves off. TonyCane, you soundin' crazy as hell right now, Davis & Saban would've had us knockin' on the door right now.

Posted by: CaneRock | July 15, 2015 at 08:44 PM

Gonna ban U in a second if U mess with TC again.

IN A SECOND!

86Cane

Rock...U add HATE.

TonyCane adds QUALITY.

I much prefer QUALITY over HATE!

His Royal Dudeness

Excellent post TC. I agree with ALMOST all of it.

Go Canes

I honestly believe if Nick Saban told Alabama he needed someone to follow him around all day just to wipe his ass after every dump, because he needed more time to concentrate on football, they would do it.

The point is he has every possible thing he could ever need to succeed. The best players, unlimited resources, top facilities, all star coaching staff and a great coaching mind.

He has ONE undefeated season his entire career.

But he or Butxh would have incredible success with none of those resources here.

Lol.

Single mindedness makes me laugh.

TonyCane

Bottom line, we all want the Canes to be what they were, and what they should be. I just want them to win, just as much as all of you.

Let's hope Phil Steele is right about this season.

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