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January 18, 2009

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TLuv

Bam

SuperCooper

Whipple, Whipple, Whipple, Whipple

or

Logan, Logan, Logan, Logan

TLuv

I didn't know that Butch practiced this type of recruiting. Pretty shady imo

TLuv

86....do I get a t-shirt?

86Cane

Article by guest blogger Anton Azucar. Forgot to post credits...

The Truth

Super I think you have a 100% chance of being happy then

We'll see...

ObviousCane

I would be happy with either.....

TLuv

Who's Logan again? Any info?

86Cane

86....do I get a t-shirt?

Posted by: TLuv | January 18, 2009 at 07:03 PM

Sure, why not. I just ordered a new batch. I still owe like five people a shirt, but can't remember who they all are.

If I owe U one (SERIOUSLY) please post it here or email host@canespace.com.

The Truth

86

Left you and solar a post on the last blob. Gotta go b4 the warden catches me with the phone...

Canez1

Looks like the RR sweepstakes is done.

No Canez!! :(

GO CANEZ!!!!!

Canez1

He will probably still get an ih home, but no official visit.

I guess the new OC blockbuster did not WOW him.

GO CANEZ!!!!!

SuperCooper

Yup, RR is a goner. Oh well. Good luck to the kid.

SuperCooper

dmitch said that the news they got today didn't help, what can you do.

shwarma

I still am owed one 86' I sent my address but let me know if you need one.

ObviousCane

Where did he commit to?

86Cane

He was never a Cane to begin with, so no harm, no foul. Best of luck young man.

hurriphin

BC's OC?

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwn............

86Cane

shwarma...I gotchU! Still have your info.

SuperCooper

No where, he just eliminated Miami.

canefan3

I'd take Whipple over Logan.

shwarma

Logan is pro-set and before I make judgement lets see how the first season goes

TLuv

Ray Lewis strip!..........BEAST

SuperCooper

Logan has a hell of a background. I'll take him, he would be a great hire.

Canez1

WTF makes this Logan guy so special? The pro set??

Someone please enlighten me.

Whipple has an excellent resume. Never heard of this Logan character.

I hope he brings a little more than that to the table.

GO CANEZ!!!!!

hurriphin

WR not so much a need.

CB & OL need it.

Massie
Campbell
White
Bunche
Reid
(Not including Hall, cause he's all Big 10)

These are our most needed kids.
We nail all five, and I'm a happy man.

Also a LB or two would be nice.

SuperCooper

We got no shot at Reid.

Canez1

BC's offense never impresses me. They always have a solid team but nothing special.

I'll pass

GO CANEZ!!!!!

less is more

This should be an interesting week for The U....the probably announcement of our new OC this week ans atleast 11 recruits set to visit this week!!

hurriphin

Soop'Coop'

Opinion or fact on Reid?

86Cane

We got no shot at Reid.

Posted by: SuperCooper | January 18, 2009 at 07:39 PM

Why do U say this? Have U spoken to him in person? Did U sit next to his whole family at the Under Armour all star game in Orlando? Have U spoken to his cousin Jamal?

SuperCooper

He says he doesn't have the time in his schedule to make a visit. So, unless that changes...

SuperCooper

The kid is all Georgia.

SuperCooper

"Steve Logan returns to the Heights for his second year as Offensive Coordinator. Last year, Logan's unit registered the ACC's top ranking in total offense. BC's offense combined for 5,951 total yards, averaging 425.1 yards-per-game. He advised and mentored Heisman-contender Matt Ryan, who ranked fourth in the nation in passing overall. Ryan, who garnered ACC Player of the Year awards for his record-setting 2007 season, led the league in passing average and total offense.

Logan joined the BC staff after two seasons as quarterbacks and wide receivers coach with the Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe and one season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach with the Rhein Fire. Logan helped Dave Ragone (2004) and Rohan Davey (2005) earn Offensive Player of the Year and All-NFL Europe honors. Since August 2006, he has hosted a sports talk-radio show in Raleigh, N.C.

Logan reunited at Boston College with Head Coach Jeff Jagodzinski; the two worked together under ECU coach Bill Lewis from 1989-92. When Logan succeeded Lewis, Jagodzinski remained on staff for four years before accepting the offensive coordinator position at Boston College.

Prior to his stint in NFL Europe, Logan served as the head coach of East Carolina from 1992-2002. He became the school's all-time winningest coach (69-58), and led the Pirates to five bowl games, including the 1994 St. Jude Liberty Bowl, the 1995 St. Jude Liberty Bowl, the 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl, the 2000 Galleryfurniture.com Bowl, and the 2001 GMAC Bowl. Logan led the 1995 team to a 9-3 record and a No. 23 ranking in the final Associated Press poll.

In 1996, ECU gave the Miami Hurricanes their worst defeat (31-6) in the Orange Bowl in 12 seasons. In 1999, Logan and the Pirates added to their list of "high-profile" victories, beating West Virginia, South Carolina, Miami and NC State en route to another bowl game.

Logan is widely regarded as an offensive architect, and began implementing his system as co-offensive coordinator for ECU in 1990 and 1991. The 1991 team finished 11-1, reached a top-10 national ranking and defeated NC State in the Peach Bowl.

Logan began his coaching career as an assistant coach at Union High School in Tulsa, Okla. in 1974. In 1980, he became the tight ends coach at Oklahoma State under head coach Jimmy Johnson. He moved to Hutchinson Junior College for two years before taking the reigns as offensive coordinator at Tulsa under John Cooper. Logan headed for Colorado in 1985, coaching the Buffalo running backs for two years before coaching the quarterbacks at Mississippi State until 1989.

Logan, a 1975 graduate of Tulsa, developed much of his coaching philosophy through the influence of several head coaches. He worked with former Ohio State coach John Cooper at Tulsa, former Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson at Oklahoma State, former Colorado coach Bill McCartney, and with Bill Lewis at East Carolina. Logan and his wife, the former Laura, are the parents of two sons, Vincent and Nathanael. "

He would be a great hire, he didn't have much to work with at BC and look what he did.

86Cane

Super...I agree!

canezilla

86 i was 1st like 3 times already canespace#1

hurriphin

Well soop'

Since you put it that way, now I feel bad.......

TLuv

I'm all for it SC. I think we'll see Jacory and company thrive w/him.

86Cane

Whenever you're inclined to doubt, just ask yourself: "Who knows more about what makes 'Canes football tick -- me, or Randy Shannon?" That should make you feel better.
Posted by: dj moonbat | June 14, 2007 at 15:44

Zilla...I gotchu too! I think I still have your 411, if not I'll let you know.

Canefantasy

Look for Scott Linehan to be the next OC. He just turned down the job bc he and Shannon are best pals and he will take the job with the U! Okay maybe I just made that up but we could still possibly maybe probably get Chud, Linehan, Ken Dorsey?? Those our my top OC picks! GO CANES!

SuperCooper

Well soop'

Since you put it that way, now I feel bad.......

Posted by: hurriphin | January 18, 2009 at 07:57 PM

We can't get everyone. Sucks we won't be getting RR or Reid, but I have faith in Randy and company.

SuperCooper

Notice the ties with JJ that Logan has. JJ has a lot of influence with Randy, so it wouldn't be a shock to me if Jimmy told Randy to get on it.

SuperCooper

But that is the conpiracy theorist in me :)

CategoryIV_in_Pittsburgh

Not that I wouldn't welcome more talent, but like someone else posted, We have a nice group of receivers and I would love to have RR, but if he doesn't want to be a Cane, get to steppin'...

canefan3

Did Dmitch say that we had hired a OC and it wasn't good enough for Randle?

hurriphin

Phuck a WR!! Give me a 6'6 320lb. buffet busting, head cracking, eye gouger!!

canefan3

Did Dmitch say that we had hired an OC and it wasn't good enough for Randle?

hrg

canfan3: no, he did not say that. He said:

"Just talked to one of our coaches.

Just talked to my family and our coaches. My brother will not be making an official. It had nothing to do with his trip this weekend.

I won't attempt to defend any comments some of you guys may make.

The in home will still take place but the info we got today it probably won't make a difference.

I appreciate you guys respecting my family throughout this but I already know some of you will come with the I told you so comments and I knew all along but that's fine too. If you only knew.
I wanted my brother to be a cane more then anything but I also wanted what would be best for him.

Once this all settles I will share some info.

I will be away from the board for awhile as I am still trying to get better and I know someone is going to say something off the wall and I refuse to deal with it right now.

Once again thanks to our coaches for being too notch through all of this.

I hope I can still consider you guys fam after this. Most I have no question about."

hurriphin

Willie McHeisman!!!!

canefan3

Thanks for the info.

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