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Sarasota 'cane

YES!!!!!! Goodnight all!

Sarasota 'cane

Great post Soup!

Mountain Cane

Odds are out for next week and Canes are 4 1/2 point favorites, which sounds about right. Tiny 24k stadium and hostile crowd. App St has 17 returning starters from a good season last year and got off to a solid start versus Tennessee.

D was very effective against FAU. Keep it up and stay healthy.

Running game great. Walton really blossoming.

Kaaya not very sharp early, but line did not produce a very clean pocket. You don't always get one, but FAU pushed our O line back into Kayaa. One of his picks was tipped from behind by a looping rusher. The other was just a dumb decision by Kayaa.

Richt wisely changed the passing focus to shorter and to the side, using our athletic guys.

Kick coverage team needs work. If can't drop it at the goalline and keep them inside their 25, just kick the thing lower and thru the end zone.

Field goal team could use some practice.

Berrios instills a lot of confidence on punts and has shown good judgement on bouncing balls.

We need to up our game next week. I live nearby and this is the biggest sporting event in Boone, probably forever.

58 Straight

Mountain Cane...excellent post. Can we get some MORE often?

WWIN

Oh so when Golden was here we were winning CONVINCINGLY but now we have Richt we're winning UNCONVINCINGLY??? Lol

Great analysis Soup... that's exactly how I saw it!

58 Straight

WWIN..if we had 22 Corn Elders we would win EVERY game convincingly!

#12%Crew

#RideThatBus

IraqiCane

12%ers going strong!!! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

nemo2002

Top 10 again.

UMike

I still haven't figured out who I want to blame for the weak offensive performance, but here are some options... what do y'all think?

1) Kaaya simply isnt as good as we think

2) The OL played horrible, giving him no time

3) A new system/scheme

4) CMR hasnt called plays in a decade

5) Other

UMike

The respect is inching up for the Miami Hurricanes.

After defeating FAU 38-10 Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium, the University of Miami entered the Amway Coaches’ Poll as the nation’s No. 25 college football team.

Last week, the Canes (2-0) were the first team outside of that poll, in essence, the team with the most points at what would be considered No. 26.

On Sunday afternoon, the AP Poll kept the Hurricanes at No. 25, as the Florida Gators (2-0), bumped by the Canes to No. 26 last week, are now No. 23 in the AP after beating Kentucky 45-7.

FSU (2-0) moved up one spot in the AP to No. 2 after beating Charleston Southern 52-8.

The coaches also moved up FSU to No. 2 and have the Gators at No. 23.

Miami travels to Boone, N.C., for a noon showdown Saturday against Appalachian State, which is 1-1 after defeating Old Dominion 31-7 Saturday. The Mountaineers lost their opener in overtime at No. 9 Tennessee after missing an extra point earlier in the game that would have kept them from going into overtime.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article101226307.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

The Hurricanes (2-0) ended with 470 yards and another dominant defensive showing by holding the Owls (1-1) to 214 yards — 47 of them rushing after holding FAMU to only 22 yards rushing last week.

Seven Canes — linebacker Michael Pinckney, nickel back Jaquan Johnson, safety Rayshawn Jenkins, defensive ends Chad Thomas and Joe Jackson, and tackles R.J. McIntosh and Gerald Willis (in his UM debut) — combined for seven sacks. There were 13 UM tackles for loss. Last year they had 66 total all season.

“Challenged our guys before the game to walk in the stadium as if they were in total control of the outcome,” said Diaz. “I was really proud of the way they played. I thought from start to finish, with a few exceptions, we played as if we were always under control, even if adversity was striking us.”

Added Diaz: “The first tenant of our defense is stop the run. For the first two games our run defense has been outstanding.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article101161732.html#storylink=cpy

canezilla

Heisman hopful dalvin cook 11 car,83yards,2td That's cute
Mark Walton 17 car 155 yards,4 tds

Go Canes!

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 06:21 AM

Imo there's not much flow to the offense and I think the more a QB gets in rhythm the better he plays. We've mixed it up some on first down but it's kind of been by the book offense with not a lot of pass, pass, pass series.

He definitely hasn't been sharp but it's still early and it's hard to question the overall results. We've have won our games by a combined 108-13.

Next Saturday's going to be very,very interesting.

UMike

Go, that score sounds great, but its also deceptive. Im in love with the defense, but little worried about the O. Hopefully it was a one game thing, early on in a new scheme and nothing more.

App State's D is legit and will be a real test. Its is also the big test for all those freshmen since it will be a crazy road atmosphere.

UMike

And honestly I shouldnt be worried, we have talent there and I should trust CMR. Hopefully he is just a little rusty. For those that know offensive stuff more than me, do you think he has been keeping it very vanilla?

raizecane

went to bed last night with the #2 post....woke up this morning....nada. I must be in a time warp.

Go Canes!

CMR just addressed Kaaya on WQAM. He said it's been a combination of drop passes, poor protection and Kaaya missing some open throws.

The interesting part is him saying they could've easily worked their way through any issues with a pass, pass, pass mentality but there was no need to because the running game has been working so well.

True that.

raizecane

Golden's TE had 45 yards / 1 TD and a win yesterday. He found his calling as a position coach.

30CINCO

Where do I request a refund for the stadium roof install? That sucka was leaking all over the place when that rain hit.

UMike

30...we were told it was complete, but I read today the canopy/roof isnt complete yet lol

30CINCO

I can confirm that report, it is def not complete.

30CINCO

Walton > any sorry ass fu rb

Miami Hurricanes Win 38-10 behind Walton and Running Game

http://caneswarning.com/2016/09/11/miami-hurricanes-win-38-10-behind-walton-and-running-game/

Go Canes!

It can rain on me all it wants. It sure as hell beats heading straight to the Jakson burn unit to treat the 3rd degree burning flesh wounds I'd get anytime I touched my seat any metal at every noon game.

Lur-ker

There's a difference between complete and ready for occupancy.

They said it was ready. They never said it was complete. They'll still be working on it even after the season. It will be complete by next season

UMike

Not sure I ever remember us blocking a punt 2 games in a row

raizecane

So I am confused....the roof is up but not functional against the rain. Is that correct??

UMike

There's a difference between complete and ready for occupancy.

Posted by: Lur-ker | September 12, 2016 at 09:32 AM

There is? lol

UMike

Just busting your chops Lurker... I agree with you, they did said work still needed to be done.

58 Straight

1) Kaaya simply isnt as good as we think

2) The OL played horrible, giving him no time

3) A new system/scheme

4) CMR hasnt called plays in a decade

5) Other

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 06:21 AM

My FAVORITE answer to ANY question:

E. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

58 Straight

UMike...yeah you can get a C/O (Certificate of Occupancy) once all required building and safety codes have been met. Does not include all finishing touches or cosmetic issues being addressed. Where I was on the South sideline there were no issues with the roof being water tight. The roof leak was in the East end zone from what I could see. The people scurried like ants!

58 Straight

I will tell you this, I like the way FAU schemes and coaches offense and defense. If they get some more and better SoFl talent watch out.

Really when you think about it USF and UCF could also get much better over the next few years. Any success they have wil improve their recruiting in the Tampa (USF) and Orlando (UCF) areas. Lots and lots of talent there to.

UMike

58.... I understand, just wanted to bust Lurkers chops a lil this morning.

BTW, TSully needs some sort of Canespace award or something, the guy saved me over $200 on the GT game!!! His love for the Canes goes above anyone else Ive ever known outside of my grandma. On top of that, he will go out of his way for you to help. Glad to call him a friend and cant wait to hang again in a few weeks.

UMike

Really when you think about it USF and UCF could also get much better over the next few years. Any success they have wil improve their recruiting in the Tampa (USF) and Orlando (UCF) areas. Lots and lots of talent there to.

Posted by: 58 Straight | September 12, 2016 at 09:51 AM

Like I've said a few times recently, we just have to get those few right ones... not all of them. Plenty of talent here, we just cant miss on the right ones all the time. 1-3 Less misses over 2-3 cycles and we have elite talent imo

Go Canes!

Very good stuff from Porter on CMR and Kaaya.

Miami Hurricanes football: Mark Richt not worried about Brad Kaaya’s slow start pbpo.st/2cpk0Xo

Go Canes!

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2016/09/12/mark-richt-brad-kaaya-nfl-draft-video-breakdown-fau-appalachian-state/?ecpm=pbp_social_twitter_sports_sfp

UMike

Did we have a lot of dropped balls? I missed a few mins of the game, but dont remember any clear drops.

58 Straight

1. BTW, TSully needs some sort of Canespace award or something, the guy saved me over $200 on the GT game!!!

2. His love for the Canes goes above anyone else Ive ever known outside of my grandma. On top of that, he will go out of his way for you to help.

3. Glad to call him a friend and cant wait to hang again in a few weeks.

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 09:52 AM

1. He has a room full of Canespace trophies, too many to count, no shelf space left. I think he has won every single award we have to offer. And the story of how we randomly met is one for the ages.

2. Obviously I did not know your Grandma but I think TSully could give her a run for her money. True story, we were loading the car at the hotel for the tailgate and we were putting the tent into the car and Sully scratched his hand pretty badly on the car trunk. There was no red blood but some sort of orange and green stuff that oozed out. We just looked at each other and smiled. No words were said.

3. Hangin with TSully is like being with Elvis. The man is a ROCK star and legend. On top of that he will go WAY outta his way to help you. Trust me, you could not be in better company.

58 Straight

UMike...over the last 2 weeks I would say about 5-6 drops combined, 2 would have been for BIG gains. But that is just a small part of what is wrong. Granted it is a PART, but not the main issue. In the FAU game Kaaya was simply off. WRs were diving for the ball consistently and it was still mostly well out of reach. Some balls glanced off their finger tips but the balls were simply un-catchable.

Unless of course you are GoCanes or Lurker. They would have caught those balls because King Kaaya is the best QB in the Country. Kaaya's agent OhioCane is worried I can tell you that!

UMike

lol... I just didnt remember any obvious drops. Seemed like Kaaya tried to guide a couple balls rather then just throw.

Go Canes!

Richards and Njoku had about a hundred yards worth of drops the last two games. There have been 3-4 more that should have been caught that weren't.

58 Straight

And right on cue...

UMike

Go... now that you said that I remember a Richards drop.

58 Straight

They is a major difference between balls caught, passes that SHOULD have been caught (hit the WR right in the hands and in stride), passes that COULD have been caught (great catch or miracle grab on balls thrown way behind the WR or way too low/high) and passes that are simply un-catchable (no friggin chance anybody catches the ball).

And of course Kaaya has some of each of these recently. The problem is the % went UP in the FAU game not down. As our friend OGV loves to say (and he is right) the greatest improvement usually comes between games 1 and 2. So where are THINGS going wrong with Kaaya? See answer to your previous question:

E. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

58 Straight

Let me tell U them boys at Appy State don't care about The U on the helmets. They are going for broke and for blood against your Miami Hurricanes. U can bet on that.

Kaaya and the boys better be READY!

Go Canes!

Kaaya and the boys better be READY!

Posted by: 58 Straight | September 12, 2016 at 11:11 AM

Agree 100%.

CMR too.

This is his first chance to show everyone things are changing here for good. Win this one in solid fashion, take care of business against a bad GT game and we'll be coming home to face FSU ranked and ready to get to the meat of our schedule in great shape!

Lur-ker

Unless of course you are GoCanes or Lurker. They would have caught those balls because King Kaaya is the best QB in the Country. Kaaya's agent OhioCane is worried I can tell you that!

Posted by: 58 Straight | September 12, 2016 at 10:52 AM

Clown remark.

I called the QB out for a bad game.

MDCane

1) Kaaya simply isnt as good as we think

2) The OL played horrible, giving him no time

3) A new system/scheme

4) CMR hasnt called plays in a decade

5) Other

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 06:21 AM

Maybe FAU have a real competitive team since they only have 5 out-of-state players. Almost the entire roster is from Florida.

Go Canes!

Yeah, that's what I said.

I could care less if he's the best or worst QB in the country as long as we win and we have by a combined score of 108-13.

Having a dialogue about what's going on is what this blogs about right?

Or is it to placate an obviously psychotic sociopath?

If you were a Clemson fan today you'd probably be calling Watson overrated after he struggled for the second straight week against Troy of all teams.

#kneejerk

thirstybuzzardcane

This needs to be a statement game for the Canes.....They will be ready for the game. Miami 42. App. State 13

thirstybuzzardcane

Clown remark.

I called the QB out for a bad game.

Posted by: Lur-ker | September 12, 2016 at 11:17 AM


Yeah, but did you call him out for 2 bad games.

thirstybuzzardcane

If you were a Clemson fan today you'd probably be calling Watson overrated after he struggled for the second straight week against Troy of all teams.

#kneejerk

Posted by: Go Canes! | September 12, 2016 at 11:34 AM

He is....he will do terrible in the NFL. He'll have to change positions.

Lur-ker

LOL at all the teeth gnashing for beating a team by more than the spread.

Kaaya was having a bad game, so Richt does what any good play caller does. Limited his downfield throws, got him a little more comfortable with the short sideline passing game, went to our obvious ground and pound advantage. X-box Coley isn't running the offense anymore. Adjust your game plan to the current situation and win.

Last year FAU hung around deep into the 3rd quarter. This year the outcome was NEVER in doubt. NEVER.

Lur-ker


Yeah, but did you call him out for 2 bad games.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 12, 2016 at 11:40 AM

You're joining the clown parade too?

Go Canes!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 12, 2016 at 11:43 AM

He's projected to be the #1 overall pick in next year's draft.

Changing positions seems a little unlikely.

thirstybuzzardcane


Here are the stats for the Old Dominion vs. App State. The number that really sticks out is 3rd down conversions, passing yards, and first downs. I like our chances on Saturday!!!

http://www.appstatesports.com/pdf9/4975874.pdf?SPSID=104458&SPID=12811&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=21500

thirstybuzzardcane


You're joining the clown parade too?

Posted by: Lur-ker | September 12, 2016 at 11:49 AM

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Hey he's had 2 full seasons as the starter. Looks like he hasn't improved at all since day 1. All the scrimmages I saw this past spring, he was deadly accurate. Maybe he can't perform when under pressure?

thirstybuzzardcane

We stop the run against App State, we will win big!!!

thirstybuzzardcane

Louisville (+3) will upset FSU on Saturday. I would take the money line on that game.

Lur-ker

Hey he's had 2 full seasons as the starter. Looks like he hasn't improved at all since day 1. All the scrimmages I saw this past spring, he was deadly accurate. Maybe he can't perform when under pressure?

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 12, 2016 at 11:58 AM

Do some research before you post.

First game was a short field all game. Nothing real good or bad. FAU was a bad game.

Saying he hasn't improved since game 1 is one of your dumbest statements yet.

The only concern with Kaaya should be this. Has he regressed?

We won't know until 5-6 games into the season, that will be enough of a sample size to make a more sustainable argument.

Ohio_Cane

Not sure I ever remember us blocking a punt 2 games in a row

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 09:33 AM
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We didn't block 2 punts ALL YEAR last year, did we?

thirstybuzzardcane

^^^^^You obviously don't watch the games. You really thought Kaaya's accuracy was good the first game?

thirstybuzzardcane

Kaaya = Tannehill

Ohio_Cane

Have we blocked 2 punts in the last 2 years?? 3??

thirstybuzzardcane


Posted by: Lur-ker | September 12, 2016 at 12:09 PM
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Says the guy who was butt loving our defense last year!

UMike

For the record, I am not trying to bash Kaaya... just asking questions in regards to our last game. The last game was bad offensively, its only right we questions what might have caused it. I dont think Kaaya is a bad QB, but we certainty cant have that game against App State. We have A LOT at stake in this game. We could be a laughing stock, lose our ranking for a long time, lose recruits, give ammo or other coaches in recruiting etc etc.

RCCF

We Are Winning and Folks STILL Not Happy..

Bwahahahahaha

12% Expects Winning

U Who Expect a Lose are the Only Twitter Fingers Arguing lol

thirstybuzzardcane

^^^^I agree Kaaya is not a bad QB. Can he improve though? I would like to see him be elite! No way he's going to declare early for the draft at this rate!

thirstybuzzardcane


We have A LOT at stake in this game. We could be a laughing stock, lose our ranking for a long time, lose recruits, give ammo or other coaches in recruiting etc etc.

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 12:21 PM

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IMO, this is our 2nd most important game on the schedule. This will set the tone for the rest of the season!

orange 'n green in the vein

Gold-hen girl completely average dude's career;

Victories as a starter with margin of victory:
Arkansas (state) 21 points
Duke 12 points
Cincinnati (playing three QB's) 22 points
Virginia Tech 24 points
North Carolina 27 points
FAU 24 points
Nebraska (OT) 3 points
Virginia Tech 10 points
Georgia Tech 17 points
Pittsburgh 5 points
FAU 28 points

Defeats as a starter with margin of loss:
Louisville 18 points
#24 (at the time of the game) Nebraska 10 points
Georgia Tech 11 points
#2 Felonious Sex-assault University 4 points
Virginia 17 points
Pittsburgh 12 points
South Carolina 3 points
Cincinnati 11 points
#12 Felonious Sex-assault University 5 points
#6 Clemson 58 points (program record loss)
#17 North Carolina 38 points
Washington State 6 points

So he just had his best margin of victory game over the worst team he's ever beaten in bowl football division play.

Only riders need apply for another slurp off the glory hole so sid-tard GD and TS Mike Bradley will be shoving to the front of the line as always. Must be a Monday on here . . .

Ohio_Cane

This game could've been a lot worse. It was 20-20 last year vs FAU with 8 mins left in the 3rd quarter lol

UMike

RCCF... who exactly isn't happy? I love the changes and new staff, but since we had a sloppy game on offense its only right we talk about it. Doesnt mean anyone isnt happy about the team.

Go Canes!

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2016 at 12:27 PM

Just your last your last three games listed show how unintelligent and dumb your post is.

FSU-409 yards passing and 3 TDs
Clemson-left in 1st quarter with concussion
UNC-300 yds passing, never on field, D gave up 60
WSU-Scott fumbles TD in end zone, Walton fumbles at 3, Coley TD catch alled back by penalty.

Go back to being crazy, it suits you better.

Lur-ker

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 12, 2016 at 12:18 PM

You're a sad pathetic little man that just makes sh*t up and changes the discussion.

Terrance Sullivan

Absolutely Great Blog Soup as always is Top Notch. I appreciate UMike and Soup kind words. Looking forward to hanging with U all in Atlanta, Miami, and whomever come to the NC State Game In Raleigh. Go Canes Beat App State.

SinisterCane

Kaaya is the new Golden??????

Lur-ker

No. He's the new Jacory.

Mark from Atlanta

Canes brothers! Good Monday. ...
A win is a win....don't recall who said it. ..but we (long term Canes fans)...have lost the confidence that used to carry us into each and every game. ...I have. ..
ESPN and the rest of the college football world want us to lose. ..this week especially...that has not changed ..
we found a way to win Saturday. ...and that's what needs to occur on Saturday against App State. ..find a way to beat them down. ..play by play, series by series, etc. ..
Won't be easy. ...just Win baby, just win.

God bless you and Go Canes! !

Go Canes!

Interesting from FAU coach:

https://twitter.com/christychirinos/status/775374647567257601

SinisterCane

CIS:

My FAU game thoughts (1st half)

Just got finished watching the game film of the first half and wanted to offer some thoughts...


First, for as poor as the passing offense was in the first half, and Kaaya in particular, at no point in time did I get the feeling that FAU was in this game. How refreshing to have a defense that can bail out a struggling offense from time to time!

As for specifics:

Kaaya - from the get-go, he looked uncomfortable. It seemed to me that he looked to be making the home-run play every down instead of taking what the defense was offering. When he missed, it was often high and deep. The playcalls were definitely there, but his timing was a half-step late. There was a slant to Coley that, had he thrown the ball a split-second earlier would have been an easy six. There were several wide-open crossing routes that were ignored. I think @LuCane said it best in a thread a few weeks back - Kaaya likes to look high-low, and when FAU took away the deep throw, his reads became slow and he got rattled.

That said, Richt made the move at about 9 minutes left in the 2nd quarter to that RPO zone/bubble play and things finally got going. Great coaching move which allowed Kaaya to stop thinking and either handoff or throw it immediately and get into some semblance of a rhythm. By halftime it was 14-3 and still I never really thought FAU was in it.

Walton - dang, son, where did you come from? Yes, it was still only FAU but he ran with a purpose Saturday and hit the hole harder than I've seen in two years. Another hallmark of a good team is when your QB is struggling and it's 3rd and 8, you can give it to a guy who can will himself 9 yards and a first down. Walton and the defense certainly deserve the game ball. P.S. Yearby quietly put in another 100 yard game as a BACKUP.

The Defense - again, what a breath of fresh air this is. The "freshmen" LBs are grown men, folks. Our DTs are absolute havoc-causers. In fact, the entire D-line is making it possible for our young and battered secondary to look like ball hawks. There's an old football axiom on how to win a lot of games - run the ball, stop the run. Well, we're doing both at a high level right now and hopefully we can continue the trend when the schedule gets thicker.

In all, I think the first half of this game was frustrating, but not "scary", if that makes sense. I wanted a 35-0 halftime lead so we could bring in some 2nd and 3rd teamers, but at least we showed we could still control a game even with our QB having one of the worst days of his career. That's not nothing.

SinisterCane

Who's going to the GaTech game?

thirstybuzzardcane

You're a sad pathetic little man that just makes sh*t up and changes the discussion.
Posted by: Lur-ker | September 12, 2016 at 12:51 PM


Awwwee! Some little boy is getting all upset now! Get the fuk out of here

herbieibis

The Herb says this, I'm not worried about what we do against scrub teams. You're not going to play great every week, no matter who U play. Look, our O-line is average at best and we only have 1 senior starter. It bothers me when I see that 8 different receivers caught balls, that's telling me that we have no go to WR. I guess someone anointed Coley to be that guy, so where is he? The run game is doing good, so I guess we have good run blockers and Iffy in pass protection. The Dee has looked good but lets face it it's not like we haven't been playing sisters of the poor. Nah, I'll continue to wait and give an opinion, when we really play somebody.

thirstybuzzardcane

Anyone have the completion percentage on Kaaya over 10 yards? Tonycane, you got this!

Ohio_Cane

Just put $100 on Miami at -5 spread! Won me $50 last weekend (barely) lol

CaneRock

Offensive MVP 1st 2 games...Marquez Williams. How in the world did He end up at D3, that kid should've been P5 from jump.

Also, does McIntosh remind anybody else of Calais, He certainly reminds me of em'...

Sarasota 'cane

Who's going to the GaTech game?

Posted by: SinisterCane | September 12, 2016 at 01:31 PM

Me, Terrance, and Umike from the blog that I know of. Tailgate at the AT&T parking deck.

Ohio_Cane

CR, to be fair, this is his last year of college eligibility. He's around 23 years old, has played many years past HS, and motivation is probably at an all time high because he knows college is over soon and NFL is close if he turns it on big time.

Go Canes!

by: CaneRock | September 12, 2016 at 02:01 PM

Thicker but yep!

TheeMackJones

NCAA Rushing yards

8. Mark Walton, Mia., Fla.

20. Joe Yearby, Mia., Fla.

TheeMackJones

Rushing Offense

6. Mia., Fla. 326 YPG

TheeMackJones

NCAA Total Defense

4. Miami, Florida 205.5

TheeMackJones

Total offense

33. Mia., Fla. 496.5

RCCF

So he's the new Jacory and Jacory is an All Time Leader 3x over category wise lol...must be a Golden Fan Speaking lol


Amazing how much HATE JaScory gets as if it's fitting...Please do some Research before you blindly HATE..

And the tone UMike most are throwing Dirt on Bye Felicia as if the kid isn't a Star...I mean sheesh he's only learning a whole new system and not having Solid pass catchers doesn't help.

We are Winning 12% Style let's just enjoy the Wins!!

TheeMackJones

Skinny no hips hoe handle hips Kaaya had an OFF night. So what. For instance, he felt pressure and let that bother him. He over threw open receivers or missed wide open receivers. And he also had a couple of receivers drop passes.

The bottom line: I think his bad start begin to mess with his mind and what not.

Now if he has an average game this weekend. Then I'd begin to come with the criticism and what not.

TheeMackJones

NCAA Scoring defense

3. Mia., Fla. 6.5

Scoring offense

8. Mia., Fla. 54

TheeMackJones

The Orange and Green irony. EVERYBODY thought the Cane offense would have to CARRY the defense for a few games. Well, it seems the defense is the Atlas of the team for the moment.

The bottom line: Miami's defense will probably have to carry Miami's offense through some rough stretches on Saturday.

And speaking of criticisms and what not. What's up with Golden's boy Mikey. The kid is 1-3 on FG's ( Blocked kick vs. FAU was a LOW kick! ). Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's still early in the season and what not. duh

TheeMackJones

NCAA Rushing defense

No. 1 Miami, Florida 34.5

TheeMackJones

Hurricane line opens - 3 1/2.

However, the SMART MONEY has swung the line to... -5 1/2.

I look for the line to move another point by Saturday.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: UMike | September 12, 2016 at 06:21 AM

I believe it's a combination of all five points, UMike.

5. Other... I think Richt is keeping the offense VANILLA! Seeing that it was two relatively inferior opponents, and both games were at home.

herbieibis

The U will be practically playing in The Herb's back yard, this weekend and I have a travel baseball showcase Tournament, that sux but they may be able to stuff 32 K in that stadium, so it will be a cracker box atmosphere.

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