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February 17, 2009







nice brownsub


Am I 1st? That would the article being aboutmark anothet with Andre Johnson being the


Thanks solar. 86 do I get a shirt?


9:14 post >> Blame the G1 phone


AJ is the best.


CaneSpace! I'm Numero Uno, I'm Numero Uno, Yes, I'm Numero Uno!


Andre is so cute, very proud of him!!

Go Canes!


Ahhhh, I'm Numero Nueves...Damn!


Damn, Dies...


Great when guys give back.


I am leaning towards yes. Won't know for sure till close to clock-out time tomorrow afternoon. I'll keep you updated.

Posted by: scUM | February 17, 2009 at 08:45 PM


1982 says I can't take a photo with U because that would be blasphemy but that doesn't mean I can't take a photo of U with some FSU hotties!


Thanks solar. 86 do I get a shirt?

Posted by: BROWNSUB | February 17, 2009 at 09:15 PM

YUP! Send you size and mailing addy to:

[email protected]


I'm reading The Fair Rides Inspection atraction accidents and came across this

( 40 yr old male pukes after riding Dumbo?? wtf?? peace)

Magic Kingdom

RIDE: Dumbo
DATE: 02/22/2006
TIME: Unknown
AGE: 40s
INCIDENT: Came off ride not feeling well


Ahhhh, I'm Numero Nueves...Damn!

Posted by: CaneRock | February 17, 2009 at 09:18 PM

LMAO that was funny as hell CR!



Andre Johnson one of the greats....86 almost looks like a TE on the picture...lol...Good article 86...

Let's go Bryce!!!


"86 almost looks like a TE on the picture..."

or a small SUV



Did everyone see that Bryce has till Wed or Miami isn't re-issuing the LOI?





I hope were still going after Orson Charles


More like a small SUV?

Solar I talked to Coach Hurtt at the NSD event on campus. I told him that if he wants a TE who can throw his weight around and block I am his guy. Catching the ball and making guys miss? Well, Not so much!


86, you got mail.


The bryce brown drama continues...rumors are that his LOI might not be renewed after midnight wednesday but he will be taking his last official visit the first week of march to The U....


Solar...don't worry, I am sure that one day U can get your picture taken with an NFL pro-bowler too!


WHO is this Brown character U guys keep talking about? I have no clue?


86, I hear ya, I get winded pushing the buttons on the remote anymore.



I am leaning towards yes. Won't know for sure till close to clock-out time tomorrow afternoon. I'll keep you updated.

Posted by: scUM | February 17, 2009 at 08:45 PM


1982 says I can't take a photo with U because that would be blasphemy but that doesn't mean I can't take a photo of U with some FSU hotties!

Posted by: 86Cane | February 17, 2009 at 09:20 PM

Will you be sporting a Canespace shirt?


I like Bailey moving to DT, I always thought He was a step slow at DE.


"Solar...don't worry, I am sure that one day U can get your picture taken with an NFL pro-bowler too!"

If I had my druthers I'd rather have it taken in a pile of NFL pro bowl cheer leaders if you could pull it off.


Will you be sporting a Canespace shirt?

Posted by: scUM | February 17, 2009 at 09:41 PM

What else would I wear? LOL


WHO is this Brown character U guys keep talking about? I have no clue?

Posted by: 86Cane | February 17, 2009 at 09:39 PM

Breaking news! Bryce won't announce before March because he is too busy reading all the posts about him on Canespace...

orange 'n green in the vein

The Rose Bowl co-MVP's forehead is a lot more prominent these days than I remember in college. I just hope it isn't what I suspect it could be. Incredible athlete though, good to see him finally get some recognition at the highest level for being the best in the biz. Him chucking the AA Cornhusker corner to the turf off the bump and run and high-tailing it to the endzone on a perfect strike from Dorsey always makes me smile.


Solar...how about this instead:



Or this:



86, yea either of um... you lucky bastard lol


Not-so-Sane Cane



LOL, 86... Mini KL said you went too far taking a pic with the cheerleaders! ;)


KL...mini KL will understand one day. ;-)

Did she see her picture here?


Scouts Inc./ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com Consensus Final Recruit Rankings

Rank Name Position Height Weight High School College

1 Matt Barkley QB 6-3 225 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) Southern California

2 Bryce Brown RB 6-0 215 Wichita (Kan.) East

3 Russell Shepard QB 6-1 180 Cypress Ridge (Houston) LSU

4 Manti Te'o LB 6-2 225 Punahou (Honolulu) Notre Dame

5 Jacobbi McDaniel DT 6-0 267 Madison County (Madison, Fla.) Florida State

6 Rueben Randle WR 6-3 195 Bastrop (La.) LSU

7 Trent Richardson RB 5-11 210 Escambia (Pensacola, Fla.) Alabama

8 Craig Loston DB 6-3 193 Eisenhower (Houston) LSU

9 Jelani Jenkins LB 6-2 210 Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) Florida

10 Devon Kennard DE 6-3 257 Desert Vista (Phoenix) Southern California

11 Garrett Gilbert QB 6-4 195 Lake Travis (Austin) Texas

12 Gary Brown DT 6-3 275 West Gadsden (Greensboro, Fla.) Florida

13 Dre Kirkpatrick DB 6-2 180 Gadsden City (Gadsden, Ala.) Alabama

14 Aaron Murray QB 6-1 205 Plant (Tampa) Georgia

15 Vontaze Burfict LB 6-2 235 Centennial (Corona, Calif.) Arizona State

16 Nico Johnson LB 6-2 235 Andalusia (Ala.) Alabama

17 Branden Smith DB 5-11 170 Washington (Atlanta) Georgia

18 Dorian Bell LB 6-0 220 Gateway (Monroeville, Pa.) Ohio State

19 Xavier Nixon OL 6-6 263 Jack Britt (Fayetteville, N.C.) Florida

20 Marlon Brown WR 6-5 205 Harding Academy (Memphis) Georgia

21 Jamarkus McFarland DT 6-3 280 Lufkin (Texas) Oklahoma

22 Donte Moss DE 6-4 225 Northside (Jacksonville) North Carolina

23 Mason Walters OL 6-6 290 Frenship (Wolfforth, Texas) Texas

24 Darius Winston DB 6-0 180 Central (West Helena, Ark.) Arkansas

25 Andre Debose WR 6-0 170 Seminole (Sanford, Fla.) Florida

26 Greg Reid DB 5-9 175 Lowndes (Valdosta, Ga.) Florida State

27 William Campbell DT 6-5 315 Cass Tech (Detroit) Michigan

28 D.J. Fluker OL 6-7 325 Foley (Ala.) Alabama

29 Sheldon Richardson DT 6-4 280 Gateway (St. Louis) Missouri

30 Morrell Presley TE 6-4 215 Carson (Calif.) UCLA

31 Tajh Boyd QB 6-1 210 Phoebus (Hampton, Va.) Clemson

32 Cierre Wood RB 6-0 192 Santa Clara (Oxnard, Calif.) Notre Dame

33 Gabe Lynn DB 6-0 185 Jenks (Okla.) Oklahoma

34 Christine Michael RB 5-11 195 Beaumont (Texas) Westbrook Texas A&M

35 Stephon Gilmore DB 6-2 181 South Pointe (Rock Hill, S.C.) South Carolina

36 Chris Davenport DT 6-4 318 Mansfield (La.) LSU

37 Shayne Skov LB 6-2 235 Trinity Pawling (Pawling, N.Y.) Stanford

38 Orson Charles WR 6-2 230 Plant (Tampa)

39 Nick Kasa DE 6-7 245 Legacy (Broomfield, Co.) Colorado

40 Jheranie Boyd WR 6-2 184 Ashbrook (Gastonia, N.C.) North Carolina

41 Jarvis Jones LB 6-3 215 Carver (Columbus, Ga.) Southern California

42 Chris Watt OL 6-3 280 Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) Notre Dame

43 Michael Ford RB 5-10 200 Leesville (La.) LSU

44 Patrick Hall DB 6-1 185 St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.) Southern California

45 Ronnell Lewis LB 6-3 220 Dewar (Okla.) Oklahoma

46 T.J. McDonald S 6-2 192 Edison (Fresno, Calif.) Southern California

47 Sam Montgomery DE 6-3 240 Greenwood (S.C.) LSU

48 Patrick Patterson WR 6-3 215 Noxubee County (Macon, Miss.) Mississippi

49 Jaamal Berry RB 5-10 185 Miami Palmetto Ohio State

50 Xavier Su'a Filo OL 6-4 285 Timpview (Provo, Utah) UCLA

51 Alex Okafor DE 6-4 232 Pflugerville (Texas) Texas

52 DeVonte Holloman DB 6-2 213 South Pointe (Rock Hill, S.C.) South Carolina

53 Eric Shrive OL 6-7 285 West Scranton (Scranton, Pa.) Penn State

54 Corey Adams DT 6-3 277 Saguaro (Scottsdale, Ariz.) Arizona State

55 Randall Carroll WR 5-11 175 Cathedral (Los Angeles) Southern California

56 Shaquelle Evans WR 6-0 203 Inglewood (Calif.) Notre Dame

57 Demonte McAllister DT 6-3 265 Alonso (Tampa) Florida State

58 Chris Whaley RB 6-3 218 Madisonville (Texas) Texas

59 Kevin Graf OL 6-6 307 Agoura (Calif.) Southern California

60 Logan Thomas TE 6-6 219 Brookville (Lynchburg, Va.) Virginia Tech

61 Terry Hawthorne WR 6-0 168 East St. Louis (Ill.) Illinois

62 Brandon McGee DB 5-11 186 Plantation (Fla.) Miami (Fla.)

63 Jon Bostic LB 6-1 218 Palm Beach Central (Wellington, Fla.) Florida

64 Cliff Harris DB 6-0 165 Edison (Fresno, Calif.) Oregon

65 Willie Downs ATH 6-2 185 Godby (Tallahassee, Fla.) Florida State

66 Nu'Keese Richardson WR 5-9 165 Pahokee (Fla.) Tennessee

67 Melvin Fellows DE 6-5 245 Garfield Heights (Ohio) Ohio State

68 Janzen Jackson DB 6-0 175 Barbe (Lake Charles, La.) LSU

69 Byron Moore ATH 6-1 188 Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.) Southern California

70 Malliciah Goodman DE 6-4 258 West Florence (Florence, S.C.) Clemson

71 John Martinez OL 6-2 264 Cottonwood (Salt Lake City) Southern California

72 Ray Ray Armstrong DB 6-4 215 Seminole (Sanford, Fla.) Miami (Fla.)

73 Austin Long OL 6-5 268 Briarcrest Christian (Eads, Tenn.) Georgia

74 Nick Alajajian OL 6-4 280 Naples (Fla.) Florida

75 Josh Downs DT 6-1 275 Bastrop (La.) LSU

76 Justin Chaisson DE 6-4 252 Washington (Massillon, Ohio) Oklahoma

77 Lamar Miller RB 5-11 205 Miami Killian Miami (Fla.)

78 Abry Jones DT 6-3 273 Northside (Warner Robins, Ga.) Georgia

79 Craig Roh DE 6-4 225 Chaparral (Scottsdale, Ariz.) Michigan

80 Craig Drummond DE 6-5 260 Morgan Park (Chicago) Mississippi

81 Darren Myles DB 6-1 175 Carver (Atlanta) Tennessee

82 Logan Heastie WR 6-2 185 Great Bridge (Chesapeake, Va.) West Virginia

83 Kevin Minter LB 6-1 240 Peachtree Ridge (Suwanee, Ga.) LSU

84 Bryn Renner QB 6-3 185 West Springfield (Springfield, Va.) North Carolina

85 Tom Wort LB 6-1 210 New Braunfels (Texas) Oklahoma

86 Damario Jeffery ATH 6-3 215 Coumbia (S.C.) South Carolina

87 Edwin Baker RB 5-10 204 Oak Park (Mich.) Michigan State

88 Ronnie Wingo Jr. ATH 6-3 212 St. Louis (Mo.) University Arkansas

89 Frankie Telfort LB 5-11 197 Gulliver Prep (Miami) Southern California

90 Tana Patrick LB 6-3 215 North Jackson (Stevenson, Ala.) Alabama

91 Washaun Ealey RB 5-11 205 Emanuel County Institute (Twin City, Ga.) Georgia

92 David Oku RB 5-9 178 Carl Albert (Midwest City, Okla.)

93 Jamie Wood DB 6-2 185 Pickerington (Ohio) Central Ohio State

94 Marquis Simmons LB 6-2 215 Dominguez (Compton, Calif.) Southern California

95 Richard Brehaut QB 6-2 206 Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) UCLA

96 Ryne Giddins DE 6-4 230 Armwood (Seffner, Fla.) South Florida

97 Chris Norman LB 6-2 207 Renaissance (Detroit) Michigan State

98 Morgan Moses OL 6-7 347 Meadowbrook (Richmond, Va.) Virginia

99 A.J. McCarron QB 6-4 190 St. Paul's (Mobile, Ala.) Alabama

100 Duron Carter WR 6-3 185 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) Ohio State



One day she will understand:



One day she'll understand:




I love the pic of AJ holding up the Canespace Tee.

By the way, I too show off mine around The Score Complex.


Ronny...SWEET! AJ is just the nicest guy U would ever want to meet. Humble, smart, down-to-earth and friendly. It is great seeing the players in that environment, out of uniform and mixing with the common people. Totally different than at a game.


you get a picture of AJII or Pimp holding up or wearing a Canespace tee shirt, I will donate to you all the 2009 Canespace signage, vinyl stickers and any other various promo props you need.



Per ESPN, looks like STA has won the L. Joyner sweepstakes, and at least one local rb for next year is leaning UM's way. I think more than one will come this way when all is said and done. Hopefully Bernard being at STA, also, assuming he comes UM's way, will be able to show Joyner the error of his FSU lean ways!

Lamarcus Joyner, CB
Miami, FL
Saint Thomas Aquinas School

Scouts Grade: High School National Champions add Lamarcus Joyner
Cornerback Lamarcus Joyner has enrolled at Saint Thomas Aquinas High in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., according to ESPN's JC Shurburtt.

The ESPNU 150 Watch List prospect comes to STA from Miami Southwest. It was rumored he may enroll at Miami Columbus, but he settled on Aquinas.

Joyner recently stated that Florida, Florida State, Miami-FL, Notre Dame and Ohio State are in his early top five.

Joyner Update Archive Florida State
Notre Dame
Ohio State
Miami (FL)

Feb. 17
Giovanni Bernard, RB
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Saint Thomas Aquinas School

Scouts Grade: Giovanni Bernard focusing on four programs
ESPNU 150 Watch List running back Giovanni Bernard told affiliate Web site InsideTheU.com, "Well right now, you know, it's just basically Miami, they're really up there. West Virginia's up there, Oregon State and Maryland. Those are my four biggest schools right there."

The load-carrier for the nation's top high school team in 2008 added that he's also holding scholarship offers from Auburn, Boston College, Rutgers and Florida International.

Bernard, whose older brother Yvenson starred at Oregon State, recently ran a 4.58 40-yard dash at the Miami-FL Under Armour Combine.

Bernard Update Archive Maryland
Oregon State
West Virginia
Miami (FL)

As for hoops tomorrow night, I think the Canes can handle FSU. I know there is no fourth qtr. in hoops, but they are still FSU!? :)

Old Skool

What are the odds on who commits first:
Bryce or Marve?


In 2003, The Andre Johnson Foundation, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, was founded as a way to give back to the community and to showcase the positive lifestyles and contribution of professional athletes. The foundation is committed to empowering and developing youth from single-parent homes, into responsible and educated citizens. Johnson wants to convey to all youth that no matter what your circumstances are, if you work hard, you can achieve your goals. He seeks to encourage today’s youth to reach their full potential in both athletic and academic pursuits. Youngsters from communities in Houston, Texas and Miami, Florida are the beneficiaries of the foundation’s programs.


Yeah, she saw her pic when you first posted it and laughed.

She didn't want me to post that message because she said you "knew" her and would scold her when you saw her again. She said "Hey, I go to the basketball games, you know!!"


here is the link to AJ's Foundation site if you want to add to the Canespace links



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