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September 19, 2018

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HillviewCane

Uno

YooperCane

Give me Canes or give me death!

SOUP

Canes it is! Death is really bad I hear?

BigWindyCane

Great article, Soup!

The most concerning defensive position group before the start of the season has been one of the strengths of the defense through the first three games (one quarter of the season). Simpson is doing great!

nemo2002

Hi 5

Go Canes!!

Good stuff Soup.

raizecane

Now I know where my head covers went to.

canezilla

ANYBODY ELSE GET THE GREEN LOT PARKING E-MAIL? I REALLY THINK THEY ARE GOING TO MAKE US PARK IN A ASSIGN SPOTS IN THE NEAR FUTURE,JUST LIKE THE ORANGE LOT USED TO BE

NativeCane

Give me Canes or give me death!

Posted by: YooperCane | September 19, 2018 at 11:37 PM

I regret that I have only one life to give to the Canes!

Terrance Sullivan

49-21 Miami this Saturday at the Rock!

YooperCane

I suppose I would have taken death during the Golden years! 😂

Terrance Sullivan

Soup, KYCane, NativeCane, Raizecane, I went ahead and booked a 3rd Room at the Gables Inn for the 5th Annual Canespace Four Play Scheduled for February 22-24,2019. So I am expecting at least 6 of us plus the locals that hang with us at the Titanic, and at the Games. If any changes happen I will let U know or any others would like to attend let me know and I can adjust the reservations as needed.

SOUP

Terrance Sullivan, Travel Agent Services

"Forget The Rest, He's The Best!"

SOUP

Manny Diaz: "Our guys want to play downhill. We want to play on the other side of the line of scrimmage. When you've got guys like Gerald that are causing disruption amongst the offensive line, it's easy for the linebackers to find cracks in there to get TFLs."

#ManCrush

Terrance Sullivan

Soup I appreciate it. But I learned from the Best in U Brotha!

NativeCane

Thanks Terrance, I need an 8 lateral shake like a pig needs slop!

BigWindyCane1

Its official: DB Johnson and WR Richards are out Vs. FIU

BigWindyCane1

I think Amari Carter is going to play very well. Carter isn't quite up to Jaquan's level, but he is more than ready, and I think he will have a big game.

At DT, Willis will be his usual dominant self, and Bethel is doing fine, but I would like to see the backups Ford and Silvera get more reps.

As Bandy would say, "next man up!"

Terrance Sullivan

Native Yes Sir Brotha! I value all our friendships and its a Rockin good time in the Gables in February.

solarcane

Carter is my LOF, if history is any indicator he and I are in big trouble.

Seriously I think he will be good to go unless he gets a bogus targeting penalty.

SOUP

As of 4:24 CST here are your leaders for Legends of the Fall:

Offense: Malik Rozier (30% of votes)
Defense: Gerald Willis (26% of votes)
Freshman: Brevin Jordan (62% of votes)
Special Teams: Jeff Tjomas (44% of votes)
Coach: Jess Simpson (33% of votes)

Posted by: TonyCane | September 02, 2018 at 05:24 PM

SOUP

Special teams: Feagles

Posted by: CGNC | August 28, 2018 at 05:58 PM

Rhuh Rhoo!

Rosier Offense
Jackson Defense
Rousseau Freshman
Thomas Special Teams
Simpson Coach

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | August 28, 2018 at 06:16 PM

Hmmm...no Carter here?

MLAlumni1970

Do I dare ask what is the 5th annual Four Play? Is it golf or did I miss out on some really down and dirty CANES stuff??? I would never miss that, even though I am 70 now. CANES ALL THE WAY!

Terrance Sullivan

LOL MLAlumni1970 haha we go to 4 Canes Games on camous during a weekend usually Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, etc and we mix in grabbing food and drinks and usually a trip either to the Keys or a short drive over to Key Biscayne or something ha we might make a stop in South Beach and check out the scenery lol.

Terrance Sullivan

Soup LOL my LOF picks are Basura lol!

Terrance Sullivan

Soup would have to approve but the LOF Winner gets a Adidas Miami Hurricanes T-Shirt and Cap. Which will be bought by yours truly during the Canespace Four Play and will be given out their in the Gables or if someone is not attending it will be mailed to U. Also I have already booked rooms at the Hampton Inn Orlando on International Drive for the Canes vs Gators Labor Day Weekend 2019.

thirstybuzzardcane

Offense: Malik Rozier (30% of votes)
Defense: Gerald Willis (26% of votes)
Freshman: Brevin Jordan (62% of votes)
Special Teams: Jeff Tjomas (44% of votes)
Coach: Jess Simpson (33% of votes)

Posted by: TonyCane | September 02, 2018 at 05:24 PM

Posted by: SOUP | September 20, 2018 at 02:01 PM


Who are the suckers who took Rosier? LOL!

Terrance Sullivan

TBC I did listening to you and WWIN and The Dude lmbao.

UMike

Carter should be more than capable against FIU.

SOUP

1. Soup would have to approve but the LOF Winner gets a Adidas Miami Hurricanes T-Shirt and Cap. Which will be bought by yours truly during the Canespace Four Play and will be given out their in the Gables or if someone is not attending it will be mailed to U.

2. Also I have already booked rooms at the Hampton Inn Orlando on International Drive for the Canes vs Gators Labor Day Weekend 2019.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | September 20, 2018 at 02:31 PM

1. Approved.

2. Excellent!

solarcane

Wasn't it Amari that told CMR
"Tell coach Richt I'm comming and I'm bringing hell with me" when he committed?

solarcane

Canes I think would get more than one targeting a season if they played now
Rohan Marley, Jon Vilma, Sean Taylor,
Warren Sapp,Ted Hendricks, Matt Bosher,
Others?

Terrance Sullivan

Thank U Soup! Have to get permission from the CEO!

BigWindyCane1

Willis has had the best three-game stretch of any DT at the U since Wilfork left. I knew Willis had potential, and I saw him in shorts at CMR's camps and was impressed with how he looked physically, but Willis has definitely exceeded my expectations for the first three games. If Willis keeps this up, he will move up draft boards quickly. Willis is playing that good.

Credit to CMR and Simpson for being patient with him and helping Willis work through his off-the-field issues before they put him out there on the field. This is what college athletics should be all about, developing and educating young men.

Willis has even stayed out of trouble while in Coral Gables (knock on wood). The Gators may have given up on him, but CMR's patience seems to be paying off.

CGNC

Ugh. I know I picked Feagles for special teams. But I also picked Bandy on defense.

CGNC

Posted by: solarcane | September 20, 2018 at 03:17 PM

Ray Lew

solarcane

Hi cg!
Remember way back before the turn over chain, the back pack and all that nonsense we had "The Snow Bra"
That poor kid is probably still in therapy lol

HawaiiCane

solarcane, add these to the list:

Ray Lewis, Bennie Blades, Dan Morgan, Jessie Armstead, Darrin Smith, DJ Williams, Jerome Brown (RIP), Shane Curry (RIP), Al Blades (RIP), Rusty Mederias, and Ed Reed.

They would have all had a few vicious ones!

HawaiiCane

Oh, forgot Darryl Williams and Robert Bailey (that hit on the kick off in the Cotton Bowl... for real)!

HawaiiCane

Brandon Merriweather never cared about how he "laid wood"! He was always looking to knock someone out. Period.

solarcane

Hawaii, good list
Remember when Dan Morgan came into the
huddle wearing that black zombie face, and Ed Reed ask him what the hell he was doing?
Morgan said he was trying to scare the other team.. Reed told him to knock it off he was scaring the hell out his own team. Man I loved me some Dan Morgan trying to play barefoot

VA Cane

I would really bet on Rohan getting many; not dirty just hurled himself into people. I saw him at VT one time slam the ball carrier and Ray.....Rohan walked away....Ray was groggy struggled to get up...ball carrier was down. He was a hitter indeed.

While the #s look good I look at the competition..or lack of it. LSU kicked our ass....we sure did not look like Top 25 at all.
The last 2 games were no real games..Savannah is awful....and Toledo though small gave us some competition. I think this is a very weak schedule; I hope we win them all; we should do that but these teams are not really good...maybe Pitt or BC...not sure. So we win the conference but then have to play Clemson....Yikes they are a really good team and their D will smother us.
Just keep winning thats what we have to do.

solarcane

VA I remember an interview with Warren Sapp. They asked him the toughest part of the game, and he said Rohan Marley blasting him when he was making a tackle. Marley would come in run support and just destroy everybody.

john vermillion

i need a ride to the game from orlando...anybody going and coming back the same day.....i will pay for the gas and tolls....email me at jvcanes@aol.com

solarcane

Rohan carnage

https://youtu.be/15Y5VRoPFuI

TruCane81


VA I remember an interview with Warren Sapp. They asked him the toughest part of the game, and he said Rohan Marley blasting him when he was making a tackle. Marley would come in run support and just destroy everybody.

Posted by: solarcane | September 20, 2018 at 05:52 PM

Dude was a 205 lb. linebacker.

Would be a monster in striker role.

Probably never see a guy like him again.

TruCane81

As a kid , Rohan was my favorite pre probation player.

MLAlumni1970

HawaiiCane has the best list.
THE ALL TIME GREATS.

TonyCane

Who are the suckers who took Rosier? LOL!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | September 20, 2018 at 02:31 PM

Jeff Thomas was my offensive pick.

SOUP

This is what college athletics should be all about, developing and educating young men.

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | September 20, 2018 at 04:12 PM

There IT is right there.

#NeverForgetIt

BigWindyCane

HawaiiCane has a great list of people who define what it is to play defense for the Canes. I love that list

SOUP

Did someone say Rohan?

This feature article, the third in our three part series, is based on an EXCLUSIVE Canespace interview with Rohan Marley...
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AM: So how intense were those practices?
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Rohan: "There's no friends in practice, this is serious. It's a war, it's war. You better hold your position because there's a guy underneath you that might be just as good, or might be a little better next year. You don't walk on Greentree Practice field, you run. There's no standing still. We run, we tackle, we hit, we sweat. These no quitting on Greentree practice field, there's no quitters out there. Lion's, all lion's on the Serengeti; we run like deer and hit like a freight trains."

SOUP

More Rohan, Vintage 2007, on Canespace:

As a linebacker at UM in the early 90's Rohan set the tone for the team when it came to sacrifice, Marleyeffort, tenacity and laying the lumber. When he was on the field you just knew the Canes were only one play away from the next big hit that would a change a game and put fear in the other team's offensive players. Don't believe me? Read it now, straight from the Legend himself, Rohan Marley...

AM: So what drew you to playing for the Miami Hurricanes?

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Rohan: I always knew I was going to be a Miami Hurricane. I wanted to play for the best team in the world. I grew up watching them play UF and FSU, it would get so intense watching them I'd jump through the ceiling after a big play. Robert Bailey and I use to hang out when I was in 11th grade, he'd pick me up Ummarylandand bring me by his apartment. I remember Russell Maryland [Bailey's roommate] pointing at this really big guy on the couch, telling me "That's the next great Defensive Tackle to come from UM. He was pointing at Cortez Kennedy."

SOUP

Rohan: "Being a Hurricane is great, but now you gotta put the work in. You have to seek out Cortez Kennedy, Tiger Clark, Horace Copeland, George Mira Jr, Gino Torretta. These guys LOVE the Hurricanes. They instill that love in you. They don't play around on the field. I remember Shannon Crowell telling me, "Now listen, you're a Hurricane now, you get on the field and play with reckless abandon. RECKLESS ABANDON! You play with a complete disregard for your body".

solarcane

Went back and dug this one out of the best Cane hits of all time you tube vault
This is the real bad intent Canes stuff

https://youtu.be/3ojFN8G5K48

SOUP

Rohan: "I'll tell you about one play from the CFL. My first game playing, the Quarterback scrambles I was on the weak side, he scrambles to the strong side. I drop into the curl, he started to break out of the backfield. So I'm running at 90 MPH, and I'm saying [to myself], I'm gonna kill him. In my mind I'm not gonna throw down, I'm gonna run right through him. I don't care I'm gonna finish him. Five yards before I got to the QB he steps out of bounds. Well it left me one-on-one a 6'7" 350 pound lineman, and you know what I had to do him...I HAD TO FINISH HIM. I said you know what I'm hitting somebody. I HIT HIM SO HARD I KNOCKED HIM OUT! I almost knocked myself out too. I didn't really get knocked out, but I was kind of disoriented. As I tried to get up off the ground, I had no coordination, I was like what's going on? I'm telling myself "Rohan, you better get up before his guy gets up." I'm fighting just to get up and then I look out of the corner of my eye and see the ref calling for the stretcher. The guy is out, he's sleeping. I knocked him out cold. I said I'm OK, shook it off, and I crawled over to the side and jogged off the field, saying to myself, “Job well done Rohan.”

SOUP

AM: Speaking of hitting, what was your technique, most running backs were heavier.

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Rohan: I wanted to knock you out pure and simple. I didn't want to hurt you, like hit your knees or anything. I WANTED TO HIT YOU IN THE MOUTH. I want to bend your facemask. My job is to get there and annihilate you. I don't want to ankle tackle you I wanted to hit you in the face. Oh, I enjoy when I hit you, my eyes would water up. I enjoyed that tingle you get. I use to feel like I could run through a car. I felt like I could go through anything. It's the power that's inside you."

"Nobody can run sideways on Canes. If they try to run a toss and the fullback is leading the running back the first Linebacker has to spill the play back into the pursuit. I come up underneath take the fullback with my inside shoulder and force the running back deeper into the backfield. You spill the play to the belly, back into the middle linebacker, and 10 angry men!"

SOUP

AM: So who do you think you hit the hardest?

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Rohan: "In Wide-Right 2 I hit William Floyd so hard he jumped up not knowing where he was. I remember cracking Christian Furia from Colorado. I remember them getting me on a fake the first half, the second time I nearly took his head off. But go ask [UM teammate] Donnell Bennett who hit him the hardest!"

solarcane

Great stuff soup, that was fun talking to Rohan on here back then he is a real humble gracious guy, good job!

SOUP

AM: So how did you end up with #2?

Rohan: "Charlie Pharms had it and told me I had be in on every tackle in the toilet bowl. First couple of plays were run plays, I came in from the CB position. I loved to hit. I hit Warren Sapp, I hit everyone in that game."

AM: Who made you a Linebacker?

Rohan: "My first day of practice Coach Soldinger moved me to LB, I thought I was a decent CB. Linebacker? So I go 7-on-7 and it's run, run, run all run. Oh, man I'm eating it up, they couldn't block me. I move up to 2nd string, they still couldn't block me! End of story."

"After practice, I'm coming back to the locker room and Warren Sapp says to me, "Rohan they were fucking with you, you should have always been a LB!"

SOUP

BEST QUOTES:

"Lion's, all lion's on the Serengeti; we run like deer and hit like a freight trains."

"You spill the play to the belly, back into the middle linebacker, and 10 angry men!"

"Now listen, you're a Hurricane now, you get on the field and play with reckless abandon. RECKLESS ABANDON! You play with a complete disregard for your body".

Herbieibis

It would be nice if our LB's would be that nasty. Imagine Rat and Shawn Taylor playing at the same time.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Geez, I hope this offer to a MS safety isnt a very bad sign on Battle, Stevenson and Richards. Recruiting isnt where it needs to be.

Old Skool

Good write up Soup

Herbieibis

Dude,
If u notice the difference in last year's star studded class and this year's verbals, there's big difference in star power. This year's class looks like a filler class, as in depth. We need slot of help along the Dee line after this year. Willis, Tito and probably Joe Jack will be gone. Tariq Martin will probably Transfer out. I thought for sure this class would follow in the footsteps of last year's class but that is not looking like that is going to happen. I see a couple of reaches that to me they could of offered later on, if all else failed. We'll probably get Braylon Edwards, who will play DT for us and is 4 star and Chris Bogle who is a DE at a 4. The TE's we are going after will be tough pulls. Stevenson, is a Geogia lean as of right now. We should pull Evan Neal at OT. The class could be really good if we can get those guys plus McIntosh and Richards. The 2 areas I think we will fall short on will be QB and DB. The DB's only because of the star quality.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: Herbieibis | September 20, 2018 at 11:36 PM

I'd like to have at least 3 of those guys committed already, namely Neal, Braylen Ingraham and Stevenson... but none of those names are a guarantee right now. Richards looks like Auburn and McIntosh is going to Oklahoma. So many local CBs arent coming also. Hopefully we start closing some of these kids down, but I'm not feeling it this year.

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | September 20, 2018 at 10:50 PM

Hate to break it to ya but the honeymoon is over!

In the words of a very wise man... "the thrill is gone" - B.B. King

SOUP

U guys crack me up about 'cruitin.

Haven't U read what Go Canes is posting?

We are great, we are getting better, we have a great coach, our facilities rock, etc., etc., etc.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | September 21, 2018 at 12:41 AM

Lets see where beating FSU & VT get us. Perhaps we can get back into a big bowl... but yeah... seems like the cool factor is fading on the trail. We need starting OTs, playable DTs & DEs & DBs. The elite talents are slow playing us, although maybe thats good, maybe that means they want us to do well?

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2018 at 01:07 AM

4* RB McIntosh, bro of R.J. slow playing us
4* ATH Richards, bro of Ahmmon, slow playing us
4* OT Neal, Cleveland Gary's cousin slow playing
4* DBs committing left and right, meanwhile we are going for measurable guys.
Flags are going up, maybe not red ones, but some yellow flags for sure.

BigWindyCane

Thanks for the Rohan Marley quotes, Soup! True Cane and a warrior

Go Canes!!

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2018 at 01:07 AM

I think you have me confused with someone else.

All I do is cut and paste recruiting info I see on Twitter.

Only guy I’ve said is a must get is Neal the LT.

TonyCane

This one is a head scratcher. I’ve been sounding the alarm on the 2019 class for some time but have been told not to worry, that the swath of 3 star kids are better than Golden’s army of 3 star recruits, or that they would inflate to 4 stars during their senior year.

Here’s what I think has happened:
1) Cool factor isn’t the thing. We didn’t have a surge in 2019 commits in Nov or Dec.
2) FSU and Florida have new coaches, which bring hope and new life. 2019 will be the first true recruiting classes for both, and they key represent peak classes for both. For instance, Golden’s highest ranked class was his 2012 class. So we face unique headwinds there. It’s not often that both of our primary instate recruiting rivals are in a year 2 situation
3) Our 2020 class, while smaller, was more weighted towards 4 star players the last time I checked. So 2019 may truly be an anomaly

raizecane

i need a ride to the game from orlando...anybody going and coming back the same day.....i will pay for the gas and tolls....email me at jvcanes@aol.com

Posted by: john vermillion | September 20, 2018 at 06:06 PM


*************************************

Both Soup and I are in Orlando. I am North and he is South but I am unable to attend the game this weekend.

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | September 21, 2018 at 01:29 AM

I don't think it matters... our biggest problems now are bama, Georgia, and Ohio state cherry picking our players and they're all rolling right now

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | September 21, 2018 at 09:52 AM

I dont think its time to completely call 2019 a failure, but some cracks are starting to show. Miami is in a good place with about a dozen really great players (although really, we should have half of them signed up already), and needs to close about 10 of them, especially the OL, DL and DB blue chips. We havent closed well as of late and we really need to get on a roll, else the cherry picking really starts to eat away at us.

solarcane

I don't think it matters... our biggest problems now are bama, Georgia, and Ohio state cherry picking our players and they're all rolling right now

Posted by: WWIN | September 21, 2018 at 09:52

This

WWIN

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | September 21, 2018 at 10:06 AM

Canes fans better hope this staff can find diamonds in the ruff with these 3☆ players or at least be able to develop them... cuz you can forget about have a class full of 4☆ and 5☆ recruits.

WWIN

Posted by: SOUP | September 21, 2018 at 01:07 AM

I think you have me confused with someone else.

All I do is cut and paste recruiting info I see on Twitter.

Only guy I’ve said is a must get is Neal the LT.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | September 21, 2018 at 03:31 AM

Yeah Soup that doesn't sound like Go Canes at all! 😉😉😉

His Majesty The Dude on High

This staff has done decent with 3* players. Pinkney, Young, Jaquan, Bethel & Garvin come to mind.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Also, some of the 3* players we have committed, like RB Crowley is a legit stud, and those that we are going for like 3* DB Nunn, is a total stud.

Go Canes!!

Think with the explosion of social media, camps galore, multiple all star games and the fact every team is on TV every single week, kids today seem to have zero hesitation about leaving.

We are going to be locked in recruting battles every year for every top kid and they are going to continue to get their share.

We just have to increase the percentage of battles we win if we are going to get to the next level.

Best way we are going to do that is having guys like Quartermann, Joe Jackson, Garvin, Pope, Blades, Ivey, Frierson, Donaldson, Jaquan and the rest continue to play early and at a high level, then keep developing.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Thats not to say I think all of the 3* kids are gonna be great. It seems our staff prioritizes certain measurables over how polished a kid is right now, they are really banking on where a kid might be a couple of years down the line... or maybe theyre just getting their butts kicked out there on the trail.

p.s. 3 different "theres" in that last sentence.

canezilla


or maybe theyre just getting their butts kicked out there on the trail.

p.s. 3 different "theres" in that last sentence.

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | September 21, 2018 at 11:48 AM
GREAT NOW I HAVE A HEADACHE!!

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: Go Canes!! | September 21, 2018 at 11:46 AM

Richt hired a bunch of guys with zero reputation, and who can say why for certain? It seems like a gamble and some of their growing pains have been glaring and obvious, like Rumph's depth chart, however the same could be said of Kul's and he has arguably the best reputation in CF... didnt help his recruiting. Thats not to pile on Richt, in my book he has gotten adequate results thus far, and I expect to see us win 10 games and the Coastal again. He will get his time because he keeps doing well enough. The problem is/will be getting over the next hurdle and fixing depth and caliber so the entire team looks like the WRs and RBs. Its not inconceivable that those 2 groups are just a year or 2 ahead of schedule, and that the rest of the team will get there in a couple more seasons. As Ive said from the very beginning with Richt, we hired him for what he can do over the long haul on his terms. He wants to stack chip players and be a big bad bully program, but Im not sure how we do that without landing legit OTs & DTs every year, or elite DBs in our own backyard.

thirstybuzzardcane

but I am unable to attend the game this weekend.

Posted by: raizecane | September 21, 2018 at 08:51 AM


Boooooooooo!!!!

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: canezilla | September 21, 2018 at 11:54 AM

😂

His Majesty The Dude on High

Think of how much better the D would be if we had another CB on Mike Jack & Bandy's level. Young was a solid CB, but we should have had 1 more from that cycle... now we have JUCO's and transfers out there getting smoked on the regular. This is a result of getting beaten on the trail for CBs in the 1st 2 years. 1 CB in 2016 (Young), then 1 FR CB in 2017 (Bandy). Thankfully, Rumph had a very decent haul last year. My dream now is to convince Dent to come to Miami, along with Couch and 1 more perhaps to redshirt.

1. **** JR Bandy
2. **** SO Blades or Frierson
(One of them might move to safety)
3. **** SO Ivey
4. *** RFR Bethel
5. ***** FR Dent
6. **** FR Couch
7. *** FR Brownlee

Thats starting to look like the depth/talent we need. I could see Bandy staying for his SR because of his size.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Really its that 2020 year where things finally have 2 playable Juniors though, which should be the position goal at every spot in terms of depth.

CGNC

Great blog article BTW.

I remember when Rohan would come on the blog WITH us.

Solar, the snow bra? Would that be the one I used to make the Canespace Snow Woman? LOL, I remember that - freezing cold out there that day.

CGNC

Roll call for FIU:

CGNC +1 LOL

solarcane

CG yea that was the one. You were years ahead of everybody else on articles to inspire young men

solarcane

FSU fans blogging about their ladies soccer team, Tarheel fans blogging about basketball recruiting, life is good

solarcane

https://youtu.be/Mw_5N4dGkHg

Amari Carter shades of Rohan

WWIN

This staff has done decent with 3* players. Pinkney, Young, Jaquan, Bethel & Garvin come to mind.

Posted by: His Majesty The Dude on High | September 21, 2018 at 11:43 AM

If you say so lol!

Pinkney hasn't gotten any better since freshman year. Young only played 2yrs and never turned his head around once. Jaquan had one good year. What has Bethel done? Garvin is the only exception on this list.

SinisterCane

CorcMR is a JAG

SinisterCane

I Blame Fake James for not having the balls to outbid LSU for their DB coach/DC. It was at moment knew it would be more of the same with this Admin. Asked yourself would Dave Aranda hire a Fuqin clown show of JAG defensive coaches that exist at tha U

Go Canes!!

Everyone suck and no one is getting better ever!!

TonyCane

I have two FSU alumni at work that I am friends with. They are perplexed at the moment with Taggart.

His Majesty The Dude on High

Posted by: WWIN | September 21, 2018 at 06:41 PM

Pinkney hasnt gotten better? Okay. I'm not saying he's the best LB in the ACC, but he makes a lot of big plays. Youre being way too critical. He was a 3* that has turned out to be decent and a leader on the D.

Young is another solid player, again not elite, but made plenty of plays and TOs. A few times he gives up a TD as a FR or SO and you just gonna toss him away? Overly critical.

Jaquan... LMFAO. Best safety in the ACC. Just stop it. Now you hating for the sake of it. Captain of the defense.

Bethel went from 3* DE, to 300 DT, starting and is solid as a JR. He's probably limited as a player, but they are getting the most out of him.

You are waaaaay too critical of those players. Weve come a long way and we'll see where we go from here. It almost seems like you think we should win a title already, as if we hired Saban?

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