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November 03, 2016

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SOUP

Axl Rose once sang about this very situation...

Shed a tear 'cause I'm missin' you
I'm still alright to smile

Team, I think about you every day now

Was a time when I wasn't sure
But you set my mind at ease
There is no doubt we'll turn it around now

Said Richt take it slow, and it'll work itself out fine

All we need is just a little patience

Said Searles take is slow and the line will learn to block

All we need is just a little patience (Patience)
Mm, yeah

I sit here at the Space
'Cause I'd rather be alone

If we can't win a title, I'll rage now

Sometimes I get so tense but I can't speed up the time

But you know now there's one more thing to consider

Said Richt take it slow and things will be just fine

All the fanbase needs is a little patience

Said Manny take the time 'cause that championship is gonna shine so bright

We've got what it takes to make it

We won't fake it, I'll never break it

'Cause I can't take it

Little patience, mm yeah, mm yeah
Need a little patience, yeah
Just a little patience, yeah
Some more patience, yeah

I've been pacing the office at night, just trying to get it right

Its hard to see with so many around...you know I hate Kayaa being smashed to the ground

And the depth is bad but we're all still Canes

We have no one to blame but I need you.

Yeah, yeah but I need you...Ooh I need you, whoa I need you...

Posted by: TonyCane | November 03, 2016 at 11:35 PM

CaneRock

Been tough on em', but good for Brad, Congrats!

Go Canes!

For those of us hard core Canes fans who think a full compliment of players who play the style of football CMR wants will make a difference down the line...

Ariz: Carol City LB DeAndre Wilder hinted to #Canes DC Manny Diaz that a commitment was coming soon. Tonight he announced it via @FOOTBALLVILLETV

Go Canes!

Sorry, hadn't refreshed my feed. He did commit:

https://twitter.com/mattyports/status/794372941358080000

UMike

Go, you're my boy and all but I got to ask... are you this gullible in all aspects of life or just when it comes to the Canes?

We dont need a full compliment of certain players to run, run, run & punt.

Go Canes!

Someone could ask you if you're so negative in yours couldn't they UMike?

I'm a diehard fan, I'll never be casual and I won't make decisions about anything five games into what will hopefully be a 10-15 year career.

You don't average 10 wins a year in the SEC unless you can recruit, adapt and change.

So I'll believe better days are coming with a full roster and more time for Richt to get his players and do what he wants done.

Go Canes!

ELDER ON RISE

One UM player who has helped his NFL stock: Corn Elder. “Tough, aggressive, good corner skills,” one NFL scout said, adding that UM coaches also have been talking up cornerback Adrian Colbert, who is now out indefinitely with a broken forearm.

UM cornerbacks coach Mike Rumph said “scouts are coming around watching Corn on a daily basis. He's become a hot commodity. And he deserves it because he goes hard every day.

“I think he will be a tremendous NFL player. I keep telling people, I compare him to Duane Starks. Duane was a top 10 pick in 1997 who really taught me the game and showed me how to do certain things.

“And that's the same qualities Corn has. If he continues to play like this, he should be pretty high up there” in the draft.

One of the NFC scouts rated Elder a fourth-rounder, with potential to move higher.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article112385702.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

Fair point Go...and no I am not so negative in other things lol... and I wasn't negative about CMR until he gave me reason to be.

Go Canes!

Got to believe UMike.

Otherwise you just become Angry Soup and who the hell wants to be that??

UMike

Well I sure as hell dont wanna be the guy that waited and planned all week just to waste my day being sad and angry after another loss that should of been a win.

I don't mind us losing some if we are getting better. I predicted a 9-3/8-4 season, but losing to FSU and UNC and ND the way we did in games we should of easily won is what bothers me.

Go Canes!

Easily?

Come on UMike, who outside of Bama is beating anyone easily every week?

YooperCane

Umike, hit it on the head with your last statement...I feel the same way...phuck that shit.

canezilla

CAN SOMEBODY EXPLAIN HOW KAYAA HAS LEADERSHIP???

UMike

Go Canes... I say easily because if we had any resemblance of an offense we easily beat FSU and UNC.

SinisterCane

You know would be nice Kaaya...having at least a .500 winning % vs. P5 teams you fuqkin' loser

WWIN

Posted by: The Dude (Casual Fan) | November 03, 2016 at 09:12 PM

I written so many concracts over the years I forgot lol

Ohio_Cane

In before OGV makes fun of Kaaya or says he doesn't deserve this.

NicKane (casual fan)

You know since becoming a "casual fan" it feels much more comfortable living on the "dark side" than I ever thought it would be.

#DarkSidersRule

#StayAwayFromTheLight

Posted by: ANGRY SOUP | November 03, 2016 at 11:19 PM

Nice to have to aboard the "casual fan" 'movement soup. Ain't it liberating? No more anxiety pissed off saturdays because being casual means not really giving a shit. Lol my blood pressure is way lower since becoming casual.

NicKane (casual fan)

canezilla
CAN SOMEBODY EXPLAIN HOW KAYAA HAS LEADERSHIP???

Posted by: canezilla | November 04, 2016 at 07:03 AM

That's what I'm saying?! If anyone. An answer that question then there a smarter man then me because I don't see any leadership what's so ever from any angle you look at it.

1mg of Epi

It's funny because OC in title only lamented the fact that the O lacks leadership. But in this day and age all I gotta do to be considered a leader in most circles is not drive drunk or stash dead hookers in your trunk.

1mg of Epi

All u* gotta do.

Ohio_Cane

Ariz:

The Miami Hurricanes received a commitment last night from Carol City Chiefs linebacker DeAndre Wilder, who announced the commitment following his game.

Wilder is Miami’s third linebacker commit of the 2017 class, joining Waynmon Steed of Miami Central and Bradley Jennings, Jr. from Jacksonville. The 6-2, 200-pound Wilder has taken strides this year under his new defensive coordinator Damon Cogdell, who was the architect of the great Miramar Patriots teams of the 2010s with Ryan Williams, Geno Smith, Ivan McCartney, Stedman Bailey, Tracy Howard, Malcolm Lewis, Jermaine Grace and more.

Cogdell was working at West Virginia until this spring when he returned to south Florida to become Carol City’s DC. Cogdell shared his thoughts on the new Canes commit.

“I was hearing so much about the kid before I came, but he was so raw. He was a track kid and I didn’t have him in the spring. He probably only practiced five days with me in the spring, but I saw so much potential and upside,” Cogdell said.

“I had him practicing with the linebackers, but I put him at defensive end as more of a rover type backer in the games, so we could utilize his speed and his strength.”

That switch to defensive end has benefitted Wilder tremendously this season, as he has been a force to be reckoned with in the backfield. Although he has exceled at this spot, Cogdell says that his future is in more of a traditional linebacker position.

“He’s starting to learn the game and he’s working on his football intelligence. He is a sharp kid and when you get to know him, he has a ‘wow’ factor. He’s relentless, and you can’t coach speed. I think he has a frame be a big guy and play all three linebacker spots. He can play the weak side rush linebacker spot right now too,” Cogdell said.

“If they can put some weight on him, I think he’s a solid Mike backer.”

Cogdell thinks that Wilder’s decision to stay home was a smart one, and he sees some similarities between his former player Jermaine Grace and Wilder.

“I think that was a great choice for him. I coached Jermaine Grace at Miramar and Wilder is a little taller, but their body structure is the same and they’re both fast kids,” he said.

“It was important for him to have that supporting cast here at home,” Cogdell said. “It’s closer for him to be in Coral Gables – it’s a home away from home. If mom or anybody else wants to go see him, it’s a 20-minute trip, not a 20-hour one.”

Miami coaches are getting a high character prospect as well, according to Cogdell.

“He’s a ‘yes sir, no sir’ kid – he’s very coachable. I think Manny (Diaz) will do a great job with him and as his position coach. That’s a plus for him because as a defensive coordinator, he will be around him the most and know what to expect week in and week out.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE4nXb0ggLc

SinisterCane

ARIZ:

DeAndre Wilder breakdown from his coach

The Miami Hurricanes received a commitment last night from Carol City Chiefs linebacker DeAndre Wilder, who announced the commitment following his game.

Wilder is Miami’s third linebacker commit of the 2017 class, joining Waynmon Steed of Miami Central and Bradley Jennings, Jr. from Jacksonville. The 6-2, 200-pound Wilder has taken strides this year under his new defensive coordinator Damon Cogdell, who was the architect of the great Miramar Patriots teams of the 2010s with Ryan Williams, Geno Smith, Ivan McCartney, Stedman Bailey, Tracy Howard, Malcolm Lewis, Jermaine Grace and more.

Cogdell was working at West Virginia until this spring when he returned to south Florida to become Carol City’s DC. Cogdell shared his thoughts on the new Canes commit.

“I was hearing so much about the kid before I came, but he was so raw. He was a track kid and I didn’t have him in the spring. He probably only practiced five days with me in the spring, but I saw so much potential and upside,” Cogdell said.

“I had him practicing with the linebackers, but I put him at defensive end as more of a rover type backer in the games, so we could utilize his speed and his strength.”

That switch to defensive end has benefitted Wilder tremendously this season, as he has been a force to be reckoned with in the backfield. Although he has exceled at this spot, Cogdell says that his future is in more of a traditional linebacker position.

“He’s starting to learn the game and he’s working on his football intelligence. He is a sharp kid and when you get to know him, he has a ‘wow’ factor. He’s relentless, and you can’t coach speed. I think he has a frame be a big guy and play all three linebacker spots. He can play the weak side rush linebacker spot right now too,” Cogdell said.

“If they can put some weight on him, I think he’s a solid Mike backer.”

Cogdell thinks that Wilder’s decision to stay home was a smart one, and he sees some similarities between his former player Jermaine Grace and Wilder.

“I think that was a great choice for him. I coached Jermaine Grace at Miramar and Wilder is a little taller, but their body structure is the same and they’re both fast kids,” he said.

“It was important for him to have that supporting cast here at home,” Cogdell said. “It’s closer for him to be in Coral Gables – it’s a home away from home. If mom or anybody else wants to go see him, it’s a 20-minute trip, not a 20-hour one.”

Miami coaches are getting a high character prospect as well, according to Cogdell.

“He’s a ‘yes sir, no sir’ kid – he’s very coachable. I think Manny (Diaz) will do a great job with him and as his position coach. That’s a plus for him because as a defensive coordinator, he will be around him the most and know what to expect week in and week out.”

NicKane (casual fan)

Pretty stoked about the Wilder commitment. Kid has the two things you can't coach, speed and good character. Think after his redshirt year he'll be our next Grace type backer.

SinisterCane

CIS:

Rest of The Recruiting Class - Position Grades (Offense)

Now that the Season is pretty much in the dumps as far as us achieving our goals (just trying to finish strong), I'm switching gears to recruiting to hopefully bring good news. It's Richt and staff's first full class and clearly there are a lot of holes on the team that need to be addressed. This 2017 class is very important to building the depth we need to get back to being great again.

With the recent commits of Amari Carter and De'Andre Wilder, I think that we can start to see some closure within certain positions for our 2017 class as well as remaining targets:

QB (Done) - Grade A

N'Kosi Perry
Cade Weldon

Analysis - Got the QB we wanted in Perry and a solid backup in Weldon. If we can hold onto Perry, this position recruiting grade will be a solid A

RB (Possible 1 more)- Grade C+

Robert Burns

Targets - Anthony Mcfarland, Darrian Felix

Analysis - We clearly need a game changing RB as neither Yearby and Walton provide that ability. With their history of injuries both Burns and Mcfarland are question marks. I personally think that we should push harder for Felix. He has the game changing speed and gives us an element we currently don't have. If we land Mcfarland I would bring the grade up to a B+ but my gut tells me he goes to Maryland.

WR (Need 2 or 3 More) - Grade C

Kevaughn Dingle
Evidence Njoku

Targets - Mike Harley, Devonta Smith, Jeremiah Holloman, Marquise Brown

Big Misses - Jerry Jeudy

Analysis - Missing on Jeudy really put a damper on this WR class. He is the type of talent that we desperately need at the position and the type that keeps getting away (Besides Coley and Richards). Landing 2 or 3 of the targets listed above would def upgrade this WR class to a B+ or A- but Holloman and Smith are going to be tough to get IMO.

TE - (Done/ Maybe Replace) - Grade B

Brian Polendey

Targets - Tre McKitty, Kemore Gamble?

Analysis - TE isn't really a need this class. IMO i would've gone after Gamble more, but it seems like the staff wants a blocking TE type

OL - (Need 3 more) - Grade B

Navaughn Donaldson
Zalontae Hillery
Zach Dykstra

Targets - Kadeem Telfort, Kai-Leon Herbert, Tedarrell Slaton, Caleb Chandler, Austin Deculus

Analysis - The heat has been turned up on Herbert and Slaton, and boy do we need them. Gotta finish this class with at least 2 out of the 3 (Telfort, Herbert, Slaton) and keep Donaldson. If the staff can do that, i'd give this OL class an A+

Rest of The Recruiting Class - Position Grades (Defense)

Now that the Season is pretty much in the dumps as far as us achieving our goals (just trying to finish strong), I'm switching gears to recruiting to hopefully bring good news. It's Richt and staff's first full class and clearly there are a lot of holes on the team that need to be addressed. This 2017 class is very important to building the depth we need to get back to being great again.

With the recent commits of Amari Carter and De'Andre Wilder, I think that we can start to see some closure within certain positions for our 2017 class as well as remaining targets:

DT (Done) - Grade B+

Jonathan Ford

Analysis - Staff only wanted 1 DT and we got the top target. IMO I think we should add 1 more, but i'm happy with Ford

DE (Possible 1 more)- Grade A+

Jonathan Garvin
DJ Johnson

Targets - Jordan Wright, Owen Carney

Analysis - Garvin and Johnson are absolute studs. IMO both should be 5 stars. Maybe we add 1 more in Wright or Carney as a project/redshirt candidate

LB (Done) - Grade A

Wayne Steed
De'Andre Wilder
Bradley Jennings

Analysis - Ideal LB class. Speed, aggression, instincts in all 3 of these LBs. All Miami type guys too. Pumped about their potential. I think they are all EEs too

CB - (Need 2 More) - Grade B-

Trajan Bandy
Deejay Dallas

Targets - Christopher Henderson, Brian Edwards, Latavious Brini, Antwan Collier

Big Misses - Shawn Davis, Marco Wilson

Analysis - Missing Marco Wilson and Shawn Davis to the Gaytors are huge misses but having Edwards and Henderson made it acceptable. If we now lose Edwards and Henderson too, this CB class is a bust, even with Bandy and Deejay in it. Our CB depth is awful, and if we can't turn it around in this class it's going to hurt us in a big way moving forward. We can't keep looking to the next year anymore. Gotta land 2 or 3 of the listed remaining targets.

S - (Done) - Grade A-

Billy Gibson
Amari Carter


Analysis - The staff labeled 4 safety targets they wanted in this class (Gibson, F'agan, Wright, Carter) and landed 2 of them. I think Gibson and Carter have more potential and will be better college players than the other 2. Very solid safety class. Carter will be a starter next year IMO

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Carol City LB Deandre Wilder commits to tha U

Posted by: SinisterCane | November 03, 2016 at 10:34 PM

Hell yes. Now sign 7 or 8 more 4* kids! Marco Wilson cant be considered a big miss, he was UF no matter what.

Go Canes!

Good info Sinister, thanks.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: UMike | November 04, 2016 at 05:30 AM

UMike, go canes LOST all credibility when he UNCEASINGLY defended the previous head coach for FOUR and ONE-HALF freakin' seasons!! So I take his suspect opinions with a grain of salt.

Now on the other hand. My main man Vishnu P. has the sagacious, intelligence to tell it like it is, about Cane football matters and what not.

Oh, and one more thing. Vishnu P. is a University of Miami, Florida alumnus. Go figure.

Speaking of Mr. P. Here's another insightful opinion from him about the Canes. ENJOY.

Yeah, yeah, yeah. GO CANES, and others, believes Mr. Parasuraman is a CLOWN. So what! Nevertheless, at least Mr. P. is a clown with a University of Miami,Florida DEGREE in hand! huh

TheeMackJones

The Miami Hurricanes’ inability to win
Vishnu Parasuraman November 3, 2016

What is it? With this team, this Miami Hurricanes program, that can’t seem to get out of its own way.

We can discuss the many failings in the loss to a now three-win Notre Dame team, and I will, but in reality, it comes down to the Canes’ continued ability to not be able to overcome adversity and finish games.

Even when they make plays, they can’t string enough together without screwing something up. In the previous four games (and this is just a small sampling), the Canes have:

Scored the tying touchdown against FSU, only to have the extra point blocked
Made a goal-line stand against UNC, only to fumble away a chance to tie at the end
Complete a bomb for a wide-open “touchdown” only to trip over the 30 yard line against VT
Erase a 20-point deficit against ND, only to allow 10 consecutive points to lose the game

There is a chronic problem here that belies logic. Virginia Tech wasn’t particularly close, but the other three games were decided by a total of 11 points… you’d expect the Canes to win at least one of those.

But perhaps nothing epitomized the Canes collapse better than the confluence of events that converged in a loss to Notre Dame.

The first quarter counts

Nine days after the Canes lost to Virginia Tech on national TV, they inexplicably came out flat, not just from a player energy standpoint but from a game plan standpoint.

At least the defense gets somewhat of a pass. I’m not going to claim to have watched much Notre Dame football this year, but according to the commentators, the Irish came out with several wrinkles offensively that caught the Canes off balance… using pace and formations that they hadn’t shown before.

But the offense? How is it that with nine days to prepare, after three losses in a row, the plan to compensate for the offensive line was to run Gus Edwards with Mark Walton lead blocking?

There was basically no adjustment to the previous games’ offensive line issues, and Notre Dame feasted on Brad Kaaya, who for his own part continued to struggle getting rid of the ball and exacerbated the protection issues, which lead to a complete Miami implosion on offense. On their first five possessions, the Canes ran 17 plays and totaled 13 yards… which appears to not be very good.

As Notre Dame took a 20-0 lead, the domination was insane. Miami – 13 yards, Notre Dame – 207 yards. The game should have been over.
No Quit

And then the Canes caught a break, a muffed punt that hit a blocker. This allowed Miami to stem the momentum and get back in the game.

Incredibly, the Canes traveled the 38 yards necessary to get the touchdown, and found themselves down 13… which is right where the notion of even when they do things right, something goes wrong becomes painfully obvious.

Mark Richt called a perfectly timed onside kick, and the Canes had the Irish on their heels. Miami immediately moved into ND territory, before (of course) a sack ended the drive and the Canes had to punt.

They soon found themselves back in Notre Dame territory, driving on 4th and 1. And this time, the offensive line stepped up, blocked perfectly, and opened a hole that easily should have lead to a first down, if not a touchdown… but (of course) Joe Yearby ran into the center, and was stopped a millimeter short of the 1st down (so close, in fact, that it was difficult to tell if he was in fact short).

Somehow, Miami had executed a perfect onside kick on one drive, and then a perfect fourth down run call on the next drive… and failed twice, not scoring. Such is the story of this four-game losing streak.

But give the players and coaches one thing… despite all those sucker punches, they made the adjustments and came out on fire in the second half, scoring 20 points in a row (one touchdown and two field goals offensively and one special teams touchdown) to lift themselves into the lead 27-20 with just under six minutes to play.

The Canes left in extra blockers, which finally gave Kaaya a chance to get the ball out, and he did so effectively. The offense much more closely resembled that of the first four games versus that of the last four games. Everything was looking up, but then…

And Crap

After taking the lead the Canes collapsed completely as a team:

The defense, which had not allowed a score in five drives, gave up a four-play, 75-yard touchdown drive in less than a minute to allow Notre Dame to tie the game
The offense, which had only punted once in the second half (and that punt resulted in a special teams’ touchdown), ran three plays and lost four yards in a little over minute before punting

The special teams, despite Notre Dame using a “hands” punt returner, gave up a 23-yard punt return which allowed the Irish to start their drive at the Miami 40

The defense gave up a 34 yard drive that ate 4:13 of the remaining 4:43 before the Irish made a field goal

The Canes offense failed to match that score in the remaining 30 seconds

It was six unbelievably inept minutes that erased two and a half quarters of excellent football. There were three plays in that sequence (two highly discussed, and one that went under the radar) where Miami had opportunities, but really shot itself in the foot:

Jamal Carter had an opportunity to recover a fumble at the goal line but couldn’t come up with the ball that first went off his hands, then his legs, and then got tangled around his feet

Miami jumped offside. This wasn’t really discussed, because it happened in the aftermath of the much more egregious Carter mistake, but it came after ND had already run 21 seconds off the clock and allowed the penalty allowed the play clock to reset. The Irish would false start after running most of the play clock down again, but this cost Miami roughly 15-20 seconds, which would end up mattering

Brad Kaaya took an absurd sack to end the game, which was literally the one thing that he couldn’t do

Here’s the thing with those three plays. Yes, Miami should have done way better. If Carter recovered the fumble, Miami would have two minutes to drive into field goal range to win the game, or at least had a decent chance to see the game out into overtime. Had the Canes not jumped offside or Kaaya not taken the sack, the Canes would have had a better chance to force overtime.

But again, those were all longer shots. Miami lost this game twice, and did so badly. It’s best illustrated by ESPN’s win probability.

Miami spent the first 21 minutes of the game playing so poorly that their win probability hovered a bit under 7 percent:

And they then spent the rest of the game fighting back, doing an admirable job. When Deshone Kizer misfired at midfield, and the Irish sat at 2nd and 10 with 6:27 left, Miami’s win probability peaked at 84.1%.

And then they completely blew it. It’s worth noting that before any of the 3 plays I highlighted happened, the Canes’ win probability had already collapsed. We tend to focus on a play here or there, but in actuality, it was two horrid stretches, one lasting 20 minutes, the other lasting six minutes, that resulted in this loss.

So what now? Beating Pitt? Hardly a rallying cry. It’s hard to imagine that the team at some point doesn’t completely collapse under the weight of one crushing loss after another.

The Canes desperately need something, anything to go right. Any kind of win. It’s gotten to the point that even when they do things well, something immediately comes along to take the wind right out of their sails.

Nothing represented this more than the blown opportunity in South Bend. Maybe we’ll see that luck change on Saturday, because this Canes season has fully come apart and any further damage without success will surely erode what’s left of the confidence and will.

http://slicemiami.com/2016/11/03/miami-hurricanes-inability-to-win/

SinisterCane


Good info Sinister, thanks.

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 04, 2016 at 11:03 AM

Thanks

#Copyandpasteking

SinisterCane

Old but funny


Tim Reynolds
✔ ‎@ByTimReynolds

For the record, Al Golden defended the fan base here. He never mentioned how some of you sent excrement to his home.

SinisterCane

Who's gonna send poop to Kaaya so we can get him tha Fuq outta here

TheeMackJones

So I'll believe better days are coming with a full roster and more time for Richt to get his players and do what he wants done.

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 04, 2016 at 05:38 AM

For the record. Go Canes basically opined the same EXACT words about Al Golden! LMFAO

In other words, just hang in their Canespace rowdies. Greater days are ahead for Miami football with Coach Golden leading the way. huh.

Ohio_Cane

Who's gonna send poop to Kaaya so we can get him tha Fuq outta here

Posted by: SinisterCane | November 04, 2016 at 11:34 AM
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He called the shit "poop"

Go Canes!

Posted by: TheeMackJones | November 04, 2016 at 11:35 AM

If only we had listened to you and hired Rich Rod.

orange 'n green in the vein

No, fatso invited his college roommate into his own home.

The fans had nothing to do with that shit delivery.

As usual fatso slurpers still thirst for another deep drink from their favorite tap.

CaneRock

DeAndre Wilder is the type of defensive player we used to always get when we were successful from JJ to Butch Davis.

Let's not act like Richt came in here and set some new standard.

He's just re-instating a standard that Folden ignored & phucked up.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 04, 2016 at 09:05 AM

How about we just mention how much lighter the Stoner family wallet is this weekend.

There Wes, you got noticed. Now you can feel better buddy.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: SinisterCane | November 04, 2016 at 08:46 AM

You're a f[]_[]cking shitty quarterback!

LMAO.

Dorsey was supposed to redshirt, New Jack's been on campus the better part of year, something Ken hadn't been at the time . . .

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | November 04, 2016 at 12:41 PM

Lets assume that Jack is a more talented QB than Ken. Jack still wont have 3 Pro Bowl/2 HoF WRs or a Pro Bowl TE or Bryant McKinnie at his blind side. Id rather Jack RS.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 04, 2016 at 12:31 PM

LOL... Dude, you're a very poor LIAR! But I understand you're just confused because you DEFENDED Golden for four and one-half seasons. SMH

Oh, and one more thing. I COMPARED Rich Rodriquez with YOUR boy Al Golden, and never mentioned him as a possible hire for Miami, after YOUR boy Golden was given his pink slip.

Again, after it was made official that Mark Richt was coerced to retire from Georgia, I had Richt at the TOP of my wish list. duh

1. Mark Richt

2. Greg Schiano

3. Justin Fuentes

4. And last but not least. Mike Thee Pirate Leach

Albeit Leach was a grand universal LONG SHOT hire, which I absolutely knew would never become reality! huh.

By the way, Schiano is Myer's defensive coordinator now, and Ohio St.'s defense is ranked in the Top 10 defensively. Go figure.

TheeMackJones

" The Buffs did Thursday night what good football teams must do - they overcame their mistakes and still won the game. " AP
________________

Too bad Miami has yet to overcome their mistakes and break a four game losing streak. OUCH

Colorado is now 7-2 and probably will finish either 9-3 or 10-2, and play in the PAC-12 championship game.

Whereas another season passes by and Miami is still A NO SHOW at the ACC title game. Yikes.

Ohio_Cane

How about we just mention how much lighter the Stoner family wallet is this weekend.

There Wes, you got noticed. Now you can feel better buddy.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | November 04, 2016 at 12:37 PM
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No need to worry about my wallet, regardless if I had a below average weekend at the online gambling sites. Lol

And it was a joke, not an attempt to "get noticed" so U can go ahead and stop assuming that about me.

orange 'n green in the vein

two-coaches-three-offensive-coordinators-and-we-still-love-brad

SOUP, casual fan with the non-casual burn.

LOL. This is great.

orange 'n green in the vein

Although as a casual fan SOUP was wrong;

It's THREE (3) coaches, TWO (2) coordinators;

Fatso, Larry the Second, Smart Mark.

Cooly on the scoreboard and Smart Mark, although you can argue Brown makes three of each and it's still the same rotten egg laying from the gold-hen girl loser for life against the primary rival and everyone else dude and still just as bad if not even worse.

CGNC

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 04, 2016 at 05:38 AM

Whoa nilly. UMike is not negative, been posting with him for along while.

CGNC

LOL we ALL want the Canes to win. They are just not cooperating.

SOUP

Otherwise you just become Angry Soup and who the hell wants to be that??

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 04, 2016 at 06:04 AM

I do, I do!!!

SOUP

or stash dead hookers in your trunk.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 04, 2016 at 09:56 AM

Wait, wait, wait...since when has this been frowned upon negatively around here? I was never informed about this being against the rules?

The Dude (Casual Fan)

^^^ its not. Epi was way out of line there. An apology is in order.

Mark from Atlanta

We win this weekend. ...
Somebody. ...finds their sack....and makes a play.
Before you start. ..I know. ..what the hell have I seen the last 4 weeks. ...and 12 yrs. ..?
Shizat just has to happen. ..being a fan is like a bad relationship. ...
But, I am 52 yrs old. ..too much invested in my Canes.
27-20.
God bless you and Go Canes!

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Once more into the fray Mark.

360Cane

10 win season in what was deemed the SEC Least...

🐜🌀

Posted by: 360Cane | November 04, 2016 at 04:13

Touche, touche. What was his record against Myer, Miles and Saban? Better yet who cares. There is no catalyst on this team.

Herbieibis

The herb says are recruiting haul so far is more like a b minus. To many 3's. Qb's/b
Rb's/c
Te/c
Ol/c+
Wr/c
That's the best I can give the offensive recruits, so far.
We need another rb of higher quality. We definetly need to up grade the wr recruits. Same goes for the ol.
Defensively,
De and dt/b+
Lb's/c+
Db's/b
Personally, I'd like 2 DT's taken.
I like the lb's we have but I don't see the it guy.
The db's are good but u have to be kidding the herb, with 2 cb's. We need at least 4.
The defense use to be real short on talent but now it's the offense. We need more depth of talent on that side and aside from Donaldson, where is it at. Perry, okay if we run a spread. We have a roster full of sometimey players. They have to majorly up grade the talent and if is going to be the example, it's going to be at a snails pace.

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Herb,

Lets break this down 1 spot at a time. Have you seen Perry play?

The Dude (Casual Fan)

I would say given that we have 4* Allison taking a RS, its unlikely that we would sign a 4 or 5 star QB. Looking at Perry's tape, he's a very talented 3*. 6'3" with a strong arm and the ability to escape pressure. Seems like the kind of guy we need to come in and RS but could develop into a Jameis Winston type. Cade Weldon on the other hand, I really dont think he deserves a scholarship. Not a great arm, small, slow, Id rather take a kid who is a burner that can be coached.

Perry suits me just fine this year. He should be the only QB we take and I grade him at an A for what we need.

1mg of Epi

or stash dead hookers in your trunk.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 04, 2016 at 09:56 AM

Wait, wait, wait...since when has this been frowned upon negatively around here? I was never informed about this being against the rules?

Posted by: ANGRY SOUP | November 04, 2016 at 02:12 PM

The Dude (Casual Fan)
^^^ its not. Epi was way out of line there. An apology is in order.

Posted by: The Dude (Casual Fan) | November 04, 2016 at 02:31 PM

If you guys are too lazy to get em in the glove compartment then I really can't help you.

#leadersstufftheirdeadhookersintheglovecompartment

1mg of Epi


Somebody. ...finds their sack....

Posted by: Mark from Atlanta | November 04, 2016 at 02:56 PM

Check the trunk.
#Noleaders

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 04, 2016 at 06:10 PM

But the glove compartment is where I keep all the blow.

1mg of Epi

If u can keep the blow in your glove compartment, u need more blow.

CanesRnotbackyet

I've officially joined the "casual fan" movement. it has definitely eased some of the pain of losing for me. GO CANES

VfB_Cane

Seems like the kind of guy we need to come in and RS but could develop into a Jameis Winston type.

Posted by: The Dude (Casual Fan) | November 04, 2016 at 05:35 PM

We don't need the sexual harrassment thing in Coral Gables, and stealing crab legs would be incredibly stupid in South Florida, as you can get fresh seafood out of the water any time of the day.
On the other hand, having a vocal leader on the team who's shouting expletives from the top of a table, I'm all for it.

Go Canes!

Ariz: 1) Jeremiah Holloman has arrived in Miami for his official visit and both his mom and dad made the trip. That's big.

2) Miami is going all out for Tre McKitty right now. He visited campus yesterday with his IMG team and the Canes coaches believe that they have made a move with him. McKitty is an early enrollee and this was his second time on campus in the last month.

NicKane (casual fan)

CanesRnotbackyet
I've officially joined the "casual fan" movement. it has definitely eased some of the pain of losing for me. GO CANES

Posted by: CanesRnotbackyet | November 04, 2016 at 08:57 PM

Nice to have you brother. We're getting stronger everyday because our energy is no longer being sapped by the piss poor offenseive product on the field. Enjoy your Saturday my friend because I sure will be enjoying mine as i casually check the cane game score on my phone.

Go Canes!

Hope every casual fan stays that way when CMR gets this thing turned around. Wonder at what point you all grace the rest of us with your "love" of the Canes again.


#lameaf

SOUP

I've officially joined the "casual fan" movement. it has definitely eased some of the pain of losing for me. GO CANES

Posted by: CanesRnotbackyet | November 04, 2016 at 08:57 PM

Please email me your mailing address so we can send you your personalized membership card and new member welcome package.

#CasualFanClub

SOUP

Wonder at what point you all grace the rest of us with your "love" of the Canes again.

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 05, 2016 at 09:32 AM

We will let you know when he and the Canes have earned of LOVE again. Until then it is NONE of your Cot Damn Bidness!

#CasualFanClub

Go Canes!

Posted by: ANGRY SOUP | November 05, 2016 at 09:35 AM

I'm sure all of you will get through this difficult time wearing your Chicago Cubs jerseys.

NicKane (casual fan)

Hope every casual fan stays that way when CMR gets this thing turned around. Wonder at what point you all grace the rest of us with your "love" of the Canes again.


#lameaf

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 05, 2016 at 09:32 AM

Why does our casual fandom bother you so much go canes? Is it because you're secretly a "closet casual fan" yourself and because of that you feel the need to bash us? Get out of the closet Go and see the light! Lol

Herbieibis

The herb tried being casual but the more I see us play it's just in my dna to just stay pissed off. I figure, the more I moan, bitch and complain somebody, someday on that staff will read or hear my plea for help, to right this wrong, that has bedeviled us for years now. We deserve it, don't u think!

orange 'n green in the vein

Casual fans are welcome seeing as how fatso rain of pyrite error gaggers didn't clear out after this;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7GJ5YvqSIg

Go blue GD, it doesn't count otherwise you sid-tard loser.

CaneRock

Well Go Canes, I hope you're right...I hope Richt starts turning this thing around with a 4-0/5-0 finish. I'd hate to see the Seniors go out with a dud.

orange 'n green in the vein

It was a winnable home game in preseason, it remains a winnable home game now.

But the gold-hen girl loser for life against the primary rival and everybody else dude always finds a way to take enough sacks and throw enough red-zone picks in the end-zone for touch-backs to shit the bed more often than not so of course there's over 5000 secondary market tickets starting at a whopping $6 a purchase available this week . . .

orange 'n green in the vein

Herbstreit wants Pitt +4.

Jokes on him, line's back up to Pitt +5.

Sucker.

Go Canes!

Posted by: CaneRock | November 05, 2016 at 11:13 AM

Man, me too CR.

Go Canes!

Posted by: NicKane (casual fan) | November 05, 2016 at 10:35 AM

Never!!

And Herb, embrace the pain, it will make winning big all the sweeter!

The Dude (Casual Fan)

^^^ go canes is wrong. It will be just as sweet jumping back on that hard core bandwagon when the time comes.

orange 'n green in the vein

Nic gets him to admit to his closeting. All the lulz.

Then this sick loser wants somebody, anybody, to be his masochist partner.

Just stick to be being dispatched by text message to get sloppy with fatso's leftover twink after yet another loss thanks to garbage QB play while you keep whispering, 'Only Crappy Decisons,' into his ear during your shower hookups GD. It's more your speed obviously. Plus, don't forget; go blue.

orange 'n green in the vein

Nice of all those fans to dress up for late Halloween as empty teal seats . . .

SinisterCane

WAY to go!!!!

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Cant even find a live stream for the lowly Miami Hurricanes.

AfriCane

wait, what??? richt had to go loose 4 straight to call plays like these?

AfriCane

Nice of all those fans to dress up for late Halloween as empty teal seats . . .
Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | November 05, 2016 at 12:32 PM

that was actually funy.

🐜🌀

Incostient is my middle name.

orange 'n green in the vein

You lose more than 3/4 of the games you give up return TD's on KO's or punts . . .

orange 'n green in the vein

http://live2all.com/ncaa-football/1766218/pittsburgh-vs-miami-fl-live/

The Dude, casually click here.

SinisterCane

Middle of the field = ALL DAY

AfriCane

njoku is Nigerian nightmare for real.

SinisterCane

Kaaya lookin like Tom Brady

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Thanks for the link OGV but its not supported by my phone and Im not home.

orange 'n green in the vein

Give Richards the LOF offene award now.

Nobody's topping that one handed grab and he's shaming the returning players in the corps.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: The Dude (Casual Fan) | November 05, 2016 at 12:48 PM

Wrecked.

Gus the bust can lose his scholarship renewal right here already and nothing of value will be lost.

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Got the radio app for wqam up and running.

CanesRnotbackyet

(Casual Fan) enjoying the early success...GO CANES

orange 'n green in the vein

Why would any opposing coaching staff even try and go at Captain Canespace at this point in the season?

He's the only consistent piece of the defense every play, try to attack the weak points instead is basic football 101 on offense. . .

Lewis is a Pitt fake punt reception target? Nice of the ACC network to bring out the F broadcast team in terms of preparation and accuracy today!

orange 'n green in the vein

Slant route, for those who count these things and say they don't get called . . .

CanesRnotbackyet

If CMR was calling plays like this against FSU and NC we would have whipped their azz.

The Dude (Casual Fan)

Kaaya has been on fire, of course the season is over and it means almost nothing.

BEERicane (bitter fan)

Kaaya throwing a nice ball today. Good job, B!

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