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October 14, 2016

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The Dude

What!

The Dude

Would you guys go back to a really good job that you left on bad terms with?

Note: shitty former boss is gone.

Terrance Sullivan

Go Canes! Beat the Heels!

The Dude

UNC will barely be a challenge. Miami will win. 38, 20 Miami.

SOUP

The Dude...U must consider ALL options? Not knowing your choices and benefits and losses we cannot advise you accordingly.

SOUP

UM 41, UNC 20.

That is all.

The Dude

Heres the jist.

I worked for the state after the Navy. Great job, great benefits, bad boss. She gave me some bad reviews that werent fair. I switched departments if you will, new boss all was well, great reviews. New boss was promoted so old boss was assigned back over me, more bad reviews, big boss stepped in and asked for my resignation. Shitty boss was then fired for frauding the state. Felt like I had a wrongful termination case. Since Ive left, they cant fill my spot so a boss, not big boss reached out, says I need to call big boss. Thoughts SOUP?

The Dude

Current job is meh... just started it after being stay at home dad for a couple years.

UMike

The University of Miami football team does not have a stellar record of resilience in this Decade of Decent that followed the Decade of Dominance. Often, a loss to Florida State precipitated a downturn.

Take, for example, the past three seasons, when losses to archrival FSU preceded pivotal losses to ACC opponents Virginia Tech, Duke, Virginia, Pittsburgh, Clemson and North Carolina that scuttled any hope of UM winning its first conference title. UM concluded each season with a bowl loss, too.

UM is staring straight at a ripe opportunity to reverse that trend when North Carolina visits Hard Rock Stadium at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

The No. 16-ranked Hurricanes dropped six spots in the AP Poll after last week’s painful 20-19 defeat by the Seminoles that ended with a blocked extra point attempt. But the Coastal Division title that has proved so elusive is still there for the taking — if UM can avenge the 59-21 abomination from last year in Chapel Hill, then make a quick turnaround and beat Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, next Thursday night.

Coach Mark Richt did not pass his first big-game test at UM (4-1, 1-1), but the upcoming stretch could ultimately be more meaningful.

“We’re practically in the driver’s seat of the Coastal if we beat North Carolina,” Braxton Berrios said, echoing his teammates’ words about attainable goals.

“We can’t mope because we can control our own destiny,” said Demetrius Jackson.

Added Nick Linder: “There can’t be any hangover. We’ve got to run the table.”

So a new season of sorts starts with UNC, which leads the series 10-9 and has notched some dramatic wins, the first in ACC play in 2004 when Connor Barth kicked a 42-yard field goal as time expired and the No. 4 Hurricanes lost, 31-28.

UNC (4-2, 2-1), which beat then-No. 12 Florida State and lost to then-No. 25 Virginia Tech last week in the drenching remnants of Hurricane Matthew, bears a striking resemblance to FSU in that its varied offense likes to operate fast and its mediocre defense allows lots of points.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/linda-robertson/article108132222.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

I dont know how I feel about this game. I don't think we will win, but I dont think we will lose. Im just gonna watch and root and hope. I feel a lot like TonyCane I guess. A revenge game at home to help control out own destiny has been a sure fire loss for over a decade now and I dont see how some fans think were just gonna drop 40 or more on them when we have only put 20 and 21 (offensively) the last 2 weeks. I would like to think with our improved defense they wont score a ton, but can we score?

canezilla


UM 41, UNC 20.

That is all.

Posted by: ANGRY SOUP
NO MORE PREDICTIONS FOR YOU!!!!

UMike

Some UM, Dolphins and Heat nuggets on a Thursday afternoon:

• With Sam Bruce gone, UM wants to add one or two more receivers beyond three-star prospects Kevaughn Dingle and Evidence Njoku in this 2017 class. Cornerback commitment Deejay Dallas also can play there if UM chooses.

UM is targeting two elite receivers (Deerfield Beach High/Alabama oral commitment Jerry Jeudy and Louisiana’s DeVonta Smith) plus Georgia-based receiver Jeremiah Holloman.

Ahmmon Richards is already playing a big role. What about freshman Dionte Mullins, who hasn’t caught a pass?

“The kid is getting better; we had a practice and I was like wow,” receivers coach Ron Dugans said. “It’s starting to slow down for him. [But] he gets tired really quick because he hasn’t been here [before August].”

• There were consequences for UM’s shoddy offensive line play last week: KC McDermott said linemen were forced to pull sleds on Sunday. This group must play better than it did against FSU, especially Nick Linder, McDermott and Trevor Darling. And Tyree St. Louis must prove he’s a competent right tackle in Sonny Odogwu’s absence.

• Mark Richt likes to have former players from different era give speeches to the team the night before a game. He said Joaquin Gonzalez will be the fourth this week, following Ray Bellamy, Gary Dunn and Gino Torretta.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article108036612.html#storylink=cpy

IraqiCane

Miami and UNC will be on AFN Prime at 2230 Iraqi time for those deployed.

THE []__[]!!!

Go Canes!

Test

Go Canes!

Can't go blue anymore. Further proof mentally unstable shouldn't be given control of something they can abuse while off their meds.

Go Canes!

Offense finally starts clicking. Huge games from Walton and Richards.

34-27 Canes.

UMike

SOUP predicting blow outs, Go Canes preaching positive rhetoric.... its like ive seen all this before! lol

I want to say our D will do a great job and keep us in the game, I want to say we have the talent on O to score and that CMR is smart enough to make needed changes. I want to say we should be hyped after last years ass whopping (and FSU loss). I want to say they dont have the same QB. I want to say we're at home.... but then I'm reminded of the last decade and I kinda back away from all that and think maybe we wont!.

ColaCane

Agreed Go Canes! The running game is going to take over this game, and I'm gonna throw out that a secret weapon is going to make a showing, Gus THE BUS Edwards!!! I think CMR throws him in a few plays and busts a couple and says "hey REMEMBER me" .

UMike

I think the "hey REMEMBER me" plays need to go to Kaaya lol, he is the guy we need to remember is good, not Gus. JMO.

Mark from Atlanta

Show some sack. ...do this!
Just win baby, just win. 1 point, 2 points, 30 points. ...
God bless you and Go Canes! ! !

1mg of Epi

Can't go blue anymore. Further proof mentally unstable shouldn't be given control of something they can abuse while off their meds.

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 07:42 AM

And is lrkr still banned?

canezilla

UMIKE,SOUP PREDICTED A SHUTOUT VS FSU??? WHO DOES THAT?

Go Canes!

No idea Epi. Guy may have just gotten sick of the childish stupidity.

UMike

Did I miss something last night?

1mg of Epi

No, mike.

Lrkr and go were blocked after the game last week. Haven't heard a peep from Lrkr since, so I was wondering if he was still blocked. If Lrkr is still blocked, I am formally launching a complaint w management.

#freeLrkr

1mg of Epi

The full word Lrkr is blocked... so I suppose he is.

UMike

Oh...I see. Well I am only assistant management lol

UMike

Dam...the full name is blocked lol

Ohio_Cane

Go, U are not blocked that I can see

Ohio_Cane

Lurker


^ I'm head manager

1mg of Epi

Apparently it was an assistant manager who did the blocking.

1mg of Epi


^ I'm head manager

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 14, 2016 at 09:41 AM

Leave your private life outta this Ohio.

1mg of Epi

So Lurker is unblocked?

1mg of Epi

Guess so.

What about his IP?

Ohio_Cane

Leave your private life outta this Ohio.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 14, 2016 at 09:43 AM
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Bow chicka wow wow!!

thirstybuzzardcane

Heres the jist.

I worked for the state after the Navy. Great job, great benefits, bad boss. She gave me some bad reviews that werent fair. I switched departments if you will, new boss all was well, great reviews. New boss was promoted so old boss was assigned back over me, more bad reviews, big boss stepped in and asked for my resignation. Shitty boss was then fired for frauding the state. Felt like I had a wrongful termination case. Since Ive left, they cant fill my spot so a boss, not big boss reached out, says I need to call big boss. Thoughts SOUP?

Posted by: The Dude | October 14, 2016 at 12:38 AM


Sounds like your the boss now! Be aggressive in your negotiation. You probably can get what you want! Obviously they want you bad enough to come back. Your in a good situation my friend.

Terrance Sullivan

Miami 45 North Carolina 35

Go Canes!

Test

Ohio_Cane

Again, there's no way our D is letting up 35 points. There's just no damn way.

Go Canes!

This thing let's me post whenever it feels like it thanks to the resident sociopath.

Ohio_Cane

^^ That still feels so odd to say after the last few years.

SOUP

Lurker


^ I'm head manager

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 14, 2016 at 09:41 AM

Good man. Check recently banned IP addys (October) and UN-ban them?

SOUP

DR. PEPPER ACC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2016 Dr Pepper Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championship will be held at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium. The 12th annual title game between the ACC’s Atlantic and Coastal Division champions remains scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 3 and will kick off in primetime at 7:45 p.m. (if carried by ESPN) or 8 p.m. (if carried by ABC).

On October 5, Florida Citrus Sports members will have a three-day pre-sale opportunity, along with patrons who previously purchased tickets to this year’s game in Charlotte. Tickets will be available to the general public via Ticketmaster on October 10 at 10 a.m. As in the past, the Atlantic champion and Coastal champion will each have an allotment that will be sold by the respective institution once they have clinched their division championship.

“We’re thrilled to bring more bigtime college football to Orlando,” said Steve Hogan, CEO of Florida Citrus Sports. “The Atlantic Coast Conference has been a tremendous partner of ours for decades and we are grateful for the opportunity to bring their showcase football event to Camping World Stadium.

SOUP

The Florida High School Athletic Association Football State Championships will take place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando for the next three years. The Central Florida Sports Commission will serve as the host for the event, in partnership with the City of Orlando.

The 2016 Drive to December for Classes 1A-8A will culminate inside the 60,000 seat venue Dec. 8-10. For the final two years of the current contract, the championships will be held on just one weekend (Dec. 7-9, 2017 and Dec. 6-8, 2018).

Since 2007, Camping World Stadium has been the last stop on the Drive to December. Following the end of this current contract, the stadium will have hosted the state championships more years than any venue in FHSAA history (12).

SOUP

The NFL will celebrate its brightest stars of today and tomorrow with new Pro Bowl week festivities in 2017 in Orlando.

Culminating with the 2017 Pro Bowl game at Camping World Stadium on Sunday, January 29 and televised live at 8 PM ET on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, Pro Bowl week will celebrate all levels of football – from youth to high school to the NFL’s best.

The 2017 Pro Bowl will feature a return to the traditional AFC vs. NFC game format following three years using a revised, "unconferenced" format. The NFL’s best will once again be in the spotlight as 88 players – 44 from the AFC and 44 from the NFC – are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches.

Beginning in the fall of 2016, first priority access to Pro Bowl game tickets will go to Season Ticket Members of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the other 29 NFL clubs and Florida Citrus Sports.

Remaining inventory of Pro Bowl game tickets will be available for purchase by the public in November. Click here

(http://www.nfl.com/2017probowl) to register for exclusive presale opportunities and additional information on Pro Bowl Week fan events in Orlando.

SOUP

FLORIDA GATORS VS. MIAMI HURRICANES 2019 CAMPING WORLD KICKOFF

The Florida Gators will play the Miami Hurricanes in the 2019 Camping World Kickoff game. History between the Florida schools is rich. Florida and Miami first met in 1938 and the Hurricanes lead the all-time series, 29-26. In the 55 meetings, more than half (26) have been decided by a touchdown or less. The 2019 game will be the seventh neutral-site meeting in the series with those matchups being split 3-3.

ESPN's first live regular-season college football night game telecast on September 1, 1984, featured Florida vs. Miami at “the Big Sombrero,” Tampa Stadium. The thriller that saw Bernie Kosar lead the ‘Canes over freshman QB Kerwin Bell’s Gators, 32-20 followed that afternoon’s first live regular-season game on ESPN pitting BYU at Pitt. The 2019 Camping World Kickoff game will take place almost 35 years to the day from that historic contest.

Tickets will go on sale in 2019, with Florida Citrus Sports members getting priority access as they do for the annual bowl games and for the 2016 (Florida State-Ole Miss) and 2018 (Alabama-Louisville) Camping World Kickoff games.

SOUP

October 15th is the start of Stone Crab Season and our crabbers have been getting ready! The first traps will be pulled tomorrow and we hope to have the Freshest Stone Crab in Tampa Bay by tomorrow afternoon. Call first to check availability - Mother Nature is involved, after all! Celebrate National Seafood Month in style! #icsharks #seafoodmonth #stonecrabs

1mg of Epi

Again, there's no way our D is letting up 35 points. There's just no damn way.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 14, 2016 at 10:49 AM

If anyone can move the ball against our D, it might be UNC. That's not a knock on our D.

herbieibis

There is a way they score 35 pts, Richt calling the same game he called last week. 42 min. is all we've had the ball the last 2 weeks. Got to take the chains off. Maybe he's calling the game hoping to give the dee as much rest as possible, whatever, things need to change on Oh!

herbieibis

We don't have the o-Line, to be a ball control team and our runners, except for Bus, are not power backs. Got to have more imagination on offense. He's calling the game like Kaaya is a freshmen QB.

Go Canes!

IMO we can make explosive plays through the running game. If we can run, big plays will happen.

If we can't, then it's going to get tricky.

1mg of Epi

We don't have the o-Line, to be a ball control team and our runners, except for Bus, are not power backs. Got to have more imagination on offense. He's calling the game like Kaaya is a freshmen QB.

Posted by: herbieibis | October 14, 2016 at 12:20 PM

100%.

We have a poor O line, yet we are trying power running plays multiple 3 and outs in a row.

We have a "1st rounder" QB, and next level WRs and TEs...yet we don't air it out because we're busy trying the same run for no gain over and over.

Something is fishy Either:. A) Kaaya is hurt, B) Richt doesn't think kaaya is as good as he tells the media C) Richt is a very poor play caller.

1mg of Epi

^^^ And before you call me names for blaspheming our coach or QB, ask yourself if you were among those explaining away the O by expecting Richt to open the playbook vs FSU

Go Canes!

Saturday will tell us more Epi.

Not everything, but more.

1mg of Epi

IMO we can make explosive plays through the running game. If we can run, big plays will happen.

If we can't, then it's going to get tricky.

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 12:27 PM

Our talent is thin in the non skill offensive positions, so it's really not surprising we struggle running.

The best way to overcome that deficit is spreading it out and maintaining tempo. We have talent ideal for that type of game... we need to set up the run w the pass, and it's not happening.

Defenses have shut us down when they decide to stack the box

1mg of Epi

Saturday will tell us more Epi.

Not everything, but more.

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 12:36 PM

Agree... I'm not hating on anybody. Especially not Richt. It's the fact that I think he's a good coach which leads me to believe something isn't right elsewhere.

orange 'n green in the vein

Ah, the GD sid-tard still has zero idea what is going on. Don't call Tom a sociopath in residence, moron. It's impolite after he continually allows you to slurp the fat boy and his gold-hen girl loser against the primary rival for life dude leftover in public on here despite the continual reality smacking your face with how much the whole load of garbage on the roster and formerly in the coaching offices sucks.

As for your TS buddy Mike Bradley, nobody cares about him except for sid-tard GD's and their sock puppets, so his attempt at anonymous trolling after escaping from behind his dad's skirt to post here is immaterial to the real topic at hand.

Whoever thinks UNC has a bad defense hasn't watched that side of their team play every snap this season and most of the last because they're not bad, just prone to being gashed if they guess wrong on the side they stunt to. If Hood is healthy for them and can provide a bruising running style, the offense will be a load to keep contained for any length of play. Offense will have to be sharp to have any chance at covering, much less win at home outright, because this is UNC's game of the year after a letdown in the weather last week.

herbieibis

As I have stated before, Richt is playing with the hand he was dealt but that doesn't mean he can't be more creative with this team. In my humble opinion, with the talent he has on offense, he needs to pass first and run second.

Go Canes!

Good lord how dumb can one idiot be.

You're the resident sociopath dumb ass.

Go Canes!

The same buffoon who cheers when our QB gets hurt and who's been saying for three seasons he's about to be benched.

Stick to repeating the same tic relieving words over and over. It makes overseeing your care easier for those watching you at whatever institution you're currently blessing with your presence.

TheeMackJones

Yes, it's perplexing that Miami didn't put more points against a suspect FSU team defense, yet after further deliberation. I believe there are two reasons why Miami didn't score more points.

First. Penalties hurt Miami, again. Matter of fact, THREE crucial penalties took Miami out of very, very, very, very good field position.

Second. SuperDUD QB Kaaya isn't a dual-threat quarterback. huh For example, each team which torched FSU's defense had DUAL THREAT signal callers. And that's why FSU had trouble with those teams. Nothing more, nothing less. In other words, on running downs FSU only had to KEY on Miami's lone RB, and didn't even worry about Superdud Brad. Even Herbie mentioned that in the crucial second-half.

Finally, Carolina Blue also has a suspect defense. However, will Carolina Blue KEY on Miami's running back on obvious running downs, and IGNORE Kaaya because he's no threat to run the ball. If they use that tactic, then Miami will be in a very tough and difficult game tomorrow. OUCH

UMike

I have said it multiple times, it seems CMR is calling the same 5-7 plays all game, even against FSU. He is definitely rusty, but Im hoping smart enough to make changes.

We are at our best when we go up tempo. Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's etc, get ball our quick. Can have draw plays off this as well. If no penalties or drops, this will work great IMO

1mg of Epi


Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | October 14, 2016 at 12:41 PM

Jus' hang loose, blood. She gonna catch ya up on da rebound on da med side. What it is, big mama? My mama no raise no dummies. I dug her rap!
Cut me some slack, Jack! Chump don' want no help, chump don't GET da help! Say 'e can't hang, say seven up! Jive-ass dude don't got no brains anyhow! Shiiiiit.

Go Canes!

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 14, 2016 at 12:57 PM

I'll never get over Macho Grande.

1mg of Epi

I have said it multiple times, it seems CMR is calling the same 5-7 plays all game, even against FSU. He is definitely rusty, but Im hoping smart enough to make changes.

We are at our best when we go up tempo. Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's etc, get ball our quick. Can have draw plays off this as well. If no penalties or drops, this will work great IMO

Posted by: UMike | October 14, 2016 at 12:55 PM

It seems he's only using 2 running plays. And ignoring the middle of the field, the TEs and the deep ball.

I don't think Richt is getting brain freeze when he's calling games though. I'm thinking something else is up.

TheeMackJones

Miami, Florida - 7... OUCH

Earlier in the week Miami was a... - 8 1/2 home chalk. But the smart money has gone with Carolina Blue. huh I guess the Wise Guys believe what the majority of Canespace rowdies have been saying about # 15. The kid is NO superstar quarterback.

FWIW... I expect the line to drop another " hook " by Saturday. Maybe even one point.

1mg of Epi

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 14, 2016 at 12:57 PM

I'll never get over Macho Grande.

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 01:05 PM

I knew I could count on you to get that!

TheeMackJones

Go uptempo is the proverbial Catch-22 scenario for Miami. Because the lack of depth on defense can be an Achilles Heel. Especially against very good offenses. In other words, Miami's defense needs a BREATHER from time to time and what not.

The bottom line: Against quality strong teams, Miami's offensive line has yet shown it can control a game for at least three quarters. OUCH And both Georgia Tech and FSU are prime examples ( Those two conference foes CONTROLLED time of possession. ).

UMike

Mack..while I get your point, CMR said himself its up to the D to get off the field with 3 and outs etc. Besides if we strike quick we can then slow it down.

TheeMackJones

Regarding Miami's offense and the play calling the last two games. I believe Jon Richt should be on the sidelines because he DOESN'T have the experience yet to be in the booth. In other words, put offensive coordinator/RB coach Thomas Brown in the booth in the sky. huh

UMike

I will say this, whatever it is, I believe CMR is smart enough to make changes... at least I hope so.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: UMike | October 14, 2016 at 01:18 PM

Point well taken. huh

TheeMackJones

Posted by: UMike | October 14, 2016 at 01:21 PM

Tomorrow's game and the game against staunch VA Tech will say A LOT about Miami's offense and the play calling. Because there's no excuse for an offense which has the EXPERIENCE and what not.

Au contraire to what some NEGATIVE Nellie said about Carolina Blue's defense being better than what it's shown so far this season. They are NOT that good on defense. So the Hurricanes better score at least TEN more points than last weeks final score ( 30 or 31 points. ) Or otherwise the game may come down to the last possession, again. huh

slim32

Is E. Hood (RB) playing for Carolina this game?? Looked to be concussed vs FSU.

He was the big difference on O for the Heels vs FSU and once he went out they sputtered late game. Didn't play vs Vtech last week either.

Go Canes!

The reality is, regardless of play calling, coaching or location, the last three years the difference between FSU and UM has been Dalvin Cook. I'm

TheeMackJones

Canes and Heels defensive points allowed against " conference " opponents.

@ Georgia Tech 21

FSU 20

North Carolina

Pittsburgh 36

@ FSU 35

VA Tech 34*

* Both teams played in the same WEATHER conditions and what not. So no excuses for the Heels. duh

Oh, and one more thing. Georgia Tech scored " 34 " points on the road against the Panthers.

TruCane81

Just do what works!!!!! So far against real competition, tempo has been our most effective strategy. No seven step drops!!!! Tell Brad to gd t tha ball out his hand quick. Preferably to njoku and Herndon. These guys should get at least 10 targets a game.

Attack those linebackers and get em waiting and watching in the pass game. If the oline keeps their assignments, the run will open up.

#3StepDropIsYourFriend

1mg of Epi

The reality is, regardless of play calling, coaching or location, the last three years the difference between FSU and UM has been Dalvin Cook. I'm

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 01:32 PM

I prefer to blame losses in '14 and '15 on Golden, rather than give credit to one of their players.

TheeMackJones

There is no excuse for Miami's offensive line to rebound after the FSU fiasco, and have an above average game against Carolina Blue. huh

Tar Heels rush defense... No. 113

Even James Madison had a good afternoon running the ball on the Heels. Albeit JM has a good offense and is a very good I-AA team this season.

Go Canes!

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 14, 2016 at 01:53 PM

Agreed. But I haven't seen a guy turn a yard gain into six or four into fourteen like he does in a long, long time.

TheeMackJones

Tidbits of the Orange and Green sort. Huh.

I believe Coley will be a DECOY against the Heels. I don't think he's 110%. And with the knee injury Stacy's probably " 80% ". OUCH

Again, Miami's running game has to be there and clicking on all cylinders! Otherwise, the game will be tight going into the crucial 4th quarter. duh

IraqiCane

Is Jamall Carter still suspended for the first half of the UNC game, or did the target call get overturned?

TheeMackJones

For Ohio Cane's eyes only. Huh.

You're right about the Miami vs. Carolina Blue game when it comes to betting on the game. I would also STAY AWAY from betting on the game too. Matter of fact, after perusing the latest line. Some Veags " books " now have the line at... - 6 1/2!!!!!!!! And other have the line at... - 7.

TheeMackJones

JC still suspended for the 1st half, but will play in the crucial second-half.

orange 'n green in the vein

Go blue GD. LMAO! Now that's entertainment. Who punched that ticket, better name names and present your supporting evidence sid-tard?

macjones, JMU had a good opening 1st quarter and got some defensive backups to surrender some while getting seasoned in the 4th. You know, like UM did against their cupcakes before they puked up the fill on the field a week ago for all the fans to smell again. Remember, now the roof keeps the stenches in as well as reflecting the noise. You win some/you lose for life against the primary rival if you're a gold-hen girl loser dude, as the old saying goes though . . .

30CINCO

UNC's up tempo offense is trouble. They also use the Switzer kid all over the place. need to keep him in check.

We should be successful when we establish the run, and run play action off of it.

TheeMackJones

Who's ' sid-tard? ' Seriously dudes.

Ohio_Cane

Who's ' sid-tard? ' Seriously dudes.

Posted by: TheeMackJones | October 14, 2016 at 02:22 PM
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I've been trying to figure out that, GD, TS, etc for months now, Mack...

30CINCO

you guys actually read red squiggly lines posts? lol

1mg of Epi

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 14, 2016 at 01:53 PM

Agreed. But I haven't seen a guy turn a yard gain into six or four into fourteen like he does in a long, long time.

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 02:02 PM

Dudes special. No doubt.

Ohio_Cane

OGV, is this U???

http://www.myowf.com/

TheeMackJones

" 2. The Tar Heels haven’t regularly stopped teams from advancing to the painted areas of the field and briefly celebrating there. What does this defense do well, and where are the weakest spots?

No, they have not, have they? A big problem with UNC is that your question can’t really be answered. It hasn’t done anything particularly well defensively. The secondary was supposed to be the strength of the defense but the Tar Heels enter the second half of the season as the only team in the country that has yet to intercept a pass. The linebackers have been so-so. The defensive line is being held together with bubble gum and scotch tape amid a lot of nagging injuries and other problems that have affected the continuity there. I’ll say the Tar Heels don’t quit, at least. The effort is there defensively. I’m not sure the talent is, especially in the front seven. There are some nice pieces – defensive tackle Naz Jones, linebacker Andre Smith, for starters – but overall the defense just hasn’t come together has UNC hoped. It has to change in the second half of the season for UNC to reach its potential. " MattPorter, PalmBeachPost
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Miami should score at least 30 or 31 points on the Heels tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!

Because if Miami doesn't break the " thirty point " ceiling. Then Miami has some SERIOUS issues on offense!!!!!!!!

Ohio_Cane

If we score 35, we win, because as I've said, no way our D gives up 35.

thirstybuzzardcane

I have said it multiple times, it seems CMR is calling the same 5-7 plays all game, even against FSU. He is definitely rusty, but Im hoping smart enough to make changes.

We are at our best when we go up tempo. Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's etc, get ball our quick. Can have draw plays off this as well. If no penalties or drops, this will work great IMO

Posted by: UMike | October 14, 2016 at 12:55 PM


No doubt! We've been doing so good on slants and cross routes. Don't know why Richt doesn't call more.

TruCane81

The reality is, regardless of play calling, coaching or location, the last three years the difference between FSU and UM has been Dalvin Cook. I'm

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 14, 2016 at 01:32 PM

Damn, right. Prime example of the difference between good and great. He is so hard to get a clean shot on and WAY stronger than he looks. And game breaking speed..... Won't be sorry to see him turn pro.

We shouldn't be losing these guys to other schools. The unmentionable one would have made him gain 30 lbs and carry the team on his back with the dead weight of no Ds defense. Cook said no thanks.

WWIN

Posted by: UMike | October 14, 2016 at 06:07 AM

You and TonyCane need to stop worrying... it's like y'all can't enjoy your new girlfriend bcuz your ex girlfriend treated you wrong!

CMR's play calling is FINE... it's been EXECUTION not play calling!

IraqiCane

Miami wins 31-10. In a game that is over in the 3rd quarter. []__[]!!!

WWIN

I repeat PLAY CALLING IS FINE!

TheeMackJones

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | October 14, 2016 at 02:12 PM

U may be right about Skinny hoe handle hips Kaaya. Because one NFL scout says Brad is an " average " QB. OUCH

TruCane81

He will be average unless he goes to the Tom Brady Home for Boys with Bar Feet and becomes a LUNATIC about his reads, poise, and footwork.

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