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April 16, 2009

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UMike

first?

pb(CSROH09)

Second post, but first in the Hall...

pb(CSROH09)


Totally off topic, but amazing. From Britain's Got Talent:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxPZh4AnWyk&NR=1

UMike

yeaaaaaaaaaah doggie..thats a first for me

SOUP

yeaaaaaaaaaah doggie..thats a first for me

Posted by: UMike | April 16, 2009 at 08:05 PM

UMike...I see some ST#26 in your future!

SOUP

SOUP..what happened to my link?

Posted by: UMike | April 16, 2009 at 08:08 PM

I took it down because I am going to add it as a picture link in the right column next to The Hampton Inn.

I put ProCanes.com back up because it is UM related.

Here is what U need to do:

Change your blog name to your web site name.

In the URL address box type in your web site addy.

Your name will appear in BLUE with the link to your site.

Once a week on the blog announce your product line and post your link in your blog comment.

Drtycane

soup is drty ever gonna get a tee....?

SOUP

pb...you come around at 8:02 for an 8:00 blog and expect to be FIRST?

Even during the dead season that ain't gonna happen!

Now the CSROH is a different story.

WatchU got?

Aqua

That was epic and there even was a Henry Hogshead name drop...

SOUP

soup is drty ever gonna get a tee....?

Posted by: Drtycane | April 16, 2009 at 08:17 PM

For a FIRST or a FEE anything is possible!

Email me at [email protected] to clarify your position.

SOUP

Aqua...who is this "Hogshead" U mention?

Cat5Cane

"One game after an interception The Missile was celebrating so hard in the end zone the officials had Da Rod run over and tackle him just so we could get the ball back for the extra point attempt.”

LROTG... Too much, found only on the space!!!

SOUP
The Truth

LOL Solar...

Good laugh! Loved it.

pb(CSROH09)


BTW very funny stuff Solar.

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

Solar, good one. I can see you chuckling at your computer as you wrote. haha

solarcane


Aqua cat man, Truth,
thanks!!
I tried to cram as many worn out cliches into that as I could.

SOUP sweet... Blind Squirrel Productions
(upper right corner) rock

peace

solarcane

pb, Chi thanks

If we could get Andy The Missile Mizzelli to transfer here we would be money on defense.
I mean FUGG-GIN-A!

peace

SOUP

Isnt there a Hungry Bear over there also? God I would kill for a honey mustard terriyaki chicken sub right now from Hungry Bear

Posted by: conch salad | April 16, 2009 at 03:58 PM

YUP. Hungry Bear sub shop is STILL there.

My mom and Sean Taylor drank some Jameson Irish Whiskey today.

Shhhhh...don't tell anybody.

SOUP

NO MORE POLITICS...I'M DELETING NOW.

SOUP

Solar...the blind squirrel NEVER sleeps!

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

Soup, haha, apologies. I'll curb my enthusiasm from now on. ;-)

Canefantasy

Solar I think it was you... I watched some video that had al pacinos voice but this really good actor lipping it word for word wearing Canes clothes. I LOVED THAT VIDEO!! I just want to know is that anybody that gets on canespace??? is it U?? haha

SOUP

Canefantasy...this is for your eyes ONLY:

http://canespace.typepad.com/canespace/2008/07/distilling-the.html

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

Yeah, what's the blind squirrel about??

Old Skool

Good stuff Solar! Thanks for the unique take.

One thing to add to the sports cliches are the sports reporters who don't ask questions.

They sticks mics in the coach's face and make comments like:

"Great game, coach."
"Georgia sure has a strong defense."
"Tim Tebow should cause problems with his running ability."
"Jacory looked good out there."

As a joke, I once pitched a sports editor on writing two articles in advance to cover the entire football season: one for a loss, one for a win. Both would be filled with hoary cliches such as "They wanted it more than we did."

I would just insert the score and teams for that week and post the appropriate article online right before the game ended.

Then we could claim to have the first or fastest coverage each week.

Naturally, I was rejected. Fans like their cliches fresh.

Canefantasy

Soup, I loved that even more than the video. Solar really enjoys those nice tall glasses of red koolaid. I am drinking it down like a silk.?.ha He really needs to write a book. Reading that made my ears tingle and my heart fill with delight. those soft words of realism from a true hurrricane was just what I needed to feel refreshed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjacMS7Siqw

solarcane

fantasy,
lol
no the guy in the vid isn't me... Maybe it's The Truth?? he gets accused of being everywhere.
peace

solarcane

Yeah, what's the blind squirrel about??

chi,

When ever I come up with something remotely good, like when I predicted Collier would blossom.. well rather than say I did good Soup will give me the ole
"Even a blind squirrel finds a nut sometimes" rather than admit I'm money.

So I made up a Blind Squirrel Productions logo and sent it to him for just such occasions

solarcane

skool thanks,

I been waiting over a year for you to write and article or something
That dead pan delivery of yours cracks me up every time

peace

Canefantasy

solar you are right more times that you are wrong.. Squirrellcane!!! Has a nice little ring to it.
Peace out girl scout

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

When ever I come up with something remotely good, like when I predicted Collier would blossom.. well rather than say I did good Soup will give me the ole
"Even a blind squirrel finds a nut sometimes" rather than admit I'm money.

So I made up a Blind Squirrel Productions logo and sent it to him for just such occasions

Posted by: solarcane | April 16, 2009 at 10:43 PM

>>>>>

LMAO! You two should do stand-up. Pure comedy.

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

Peace out girl scout

Posted by: Canefantasy | April 16, 2009 at 10:51 PM

>>>

I don't know why that cracks me up every time I read it...lol

SOUP

Solar...even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while! ;-)

LOL

SOUP

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - For the fifth weekend in a row, the seventh-ranked University of Miami baseball team will play a weekend series against a Top 25 opponent as the Hurricanes head to Chapel Hill to face No. 4 North Carolina at Boshamer Stadium, April 17-19. Miami (26-10, 11-7 ACC) comes into the series tied with Clemson for a conference-high 11 league wins while North Carolina (28-10, 10-7 ACC) sits a half a game behind UM in the Coastal Division standings.

This weekend's series also marks UM's second against a Top 10 ACC team on the road, after the `Canes took two-of-three from No. 7 Virginia in Charlottesville a month ago.

Game one of the three-game set is slated for Friday at 7 p.m. while Saturday's game is at 4 p.m. and Sunday's finale is at 1 p.m. All three games will be televised, with CSS carrying Friday and Sunday and Raycom on Saturday.

Miami is 7-3 in its last 10 games, including a 3-1 victory over FAU on Tuesday. The Tar Heels are coming off a mid-week split at home, falling to High Point on Tuesday before defeating Winthrop on Wednesday.

SOUP

WEEKEND SCHEDULE:

GAME 37: FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 7 P.M.
PROBABLE STARTERS
MIAMI - LHP Chris Hernandez (4-2, 5.89 ERA) vs. UNC - RHP Alex White (5-1, 3.67 ERA)
RADIO: 90.5 WVUM
TV: CSS

GAME 38: SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 4 P.M.
PROBABLE STARTERS
MIAMI - RHP David Gutierrez (2-4, 3.63 ERA) vs. UNC -Alex Warren (4-2, 3.19 ERA)
RADIO: 90.5 WVUM
TV: RAYCOM

GAME 39: SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1 P.M.
PROBABLE STARTERS
MIAMI - LHP Iden Nazario (4-1, 6.45 ERA) vs. UNC - RHP Matt Harvey (4-1, 6.75 ERA)
RADIO: 90.5 WVUM
TV: CSS


UNC REPORT
The fourth-ranked University of North Carolina Tar Heels come into this weekend's series holding a 28-10 overall mark (10-7 ACC) having split two mid-week games against High Point (L, 11-9) and Winthrop (W, 20-4). In ACC play, the Tar Heels are 3-3 in their last two series, including dropping two-of-three to Florida State in their last weekend outing in Tallahassee. Earlier in the year, UNC dropped just its second home series since 2007 against an ACC foe, falling in two to rival Duke. Prior to that, the team's last home series loss came at the hands of Virginia in 2007.

UNC is led at the dish with four batters holding an above .300-clip, including third baseman Kyle Seager (.393), with a team-leading 59 hits in 150 trips to the plate. Behind him is first baseman Dustin Ackley with a .388 average with a team-best 45 runs. Ackley also leads the team with 11 homeruns and 102 total bases. The pitching for the Tar Heels is provided at the start by a pair of hurlers who hold a combined record of 9-3.

Adam Warren has a team-leading 3.19 ERA through 48 frames on the mound in eight appearances. Alex White, who has a team-leading 62 strikeouts, has a 5-1 record with a 3.67 ERA in 54 innings pitched. The bullpen looks towards Patrick Johnson with a team-best 2.15 ERA in 13 appearances, as he's collected two wins and is second on the team with 50 strikeouts. Brian Moran (2.41 ERA) and Colin Bates (3.25 ERA), who leads the team with five saves, also see quality action out of the pen.

MIAMI vs. UNC:

Miami owns a 19-17-1 edge in the all-time series between the two schools. Last season, the Tar Heels handed UM its only series loss of the season, taking two-of-three from the Hurricanes, May 15-17, in Coral Gables. The last time Miami played in Chapel Hill, UNC won all three games in 2007.

SOUP

QUICK HITTERS:

- Miami is 23-0 when leading after six innings this season.
- Miami has come from behind in 19 of its 26 wins.
- All three of junior Kyle Bellamy's wins have come against ACC opposition.
- Jason Hagerty is hitting a team-best .323 (21-for-65) in ACC play.
- Despite losing the series at No. 20 Clemson last weekend, the `Canes have still won 22 of its last 25 regular season series and 15 of its last 18 ACC series dating back to 2007.
- Starter Jason Santana beat FAU three times in the last 21 days (March 25 - April 14) to improve to a league-best 6-0.

Canefantasy

Soup, It should be a really good game. GO CANES!!!

SOUP

This info and all of the posts above are courtesy of www.hurricanesports.com:

Hurricane football fans will have some of their favorite players competing this weekend as well. Brandon Harris, who ran the Hurricanes fastest 400-meter dash time in nearly 13 years at the Miami Elite, will be competing in both the 400-meters and the 4x400 relay. Freshman wide receive Davon Johnson is scheduled to run in the 200-meter dash and interior defensive lineman Micanor Regis will compete in the shot put.

The ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championships are free to the public all three days. Spectator entrances will be located along the west side of Cobb Stadium along San Amaro Drive. The official schedule of events and other information is located on the ACC Track and Field Championships website.

Chinese Punisher aka Cavaleer

DVD and Sam aren't running track?? They should probably spend that time practicing against the WRs.

Canefantasy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bF6S0-A2UHg

If only Coker used hester like he should have been used.. Just think if we had him in a wildcat formation or put him at running back, wr, corner, safety, hell he would have been a better quarterback then Wright and Freeman..ha

solarcane

aight gang I'm out

peace

Loco

If only Coker used hester like he should have been used.. Just think if we had him in a wildcat formation or put him at running back, wr, corner, safety, hell he would have been a better quarterback then Wright and Freeman..ha

Posted by: Canefantasy | April 16, 2009 at 11:39 PM

Not smart enough to learn plays. That's not just speak, he couldn't do it. I don't understand how Frank Gore could and he couldn't, but whatever

SOUP

Not smart enough to learn plays. That's not just speak, he couldn't do it. I don't understand how Frank Gore could and he couldn't, but whatever

Posted by: Loco | April 16, 2009 at 11:49 PM

LOCO...U are brainwashed. That is NOT true!

Do U really believe that YOU as a UM student and rugby player, that if U had the opportunity to spend three months with DH, at three hours a day, could not have taught him to learn plays?

NO WAY!

Now, do you really believe that a MAJOR college football coach, with their job on the line and being paid FT to coach players, could NOT have taught DH to learn plays?

I could do it in two weeks at one hour a day. PROMISE!

That is on the coaches, not on DH. If it was on DH, they would have benched him and never let him play.

If he couldn't learn plays that he MUST have been motivated to learn to earn MILLIONS in the NFLU he could NEVER have passed a SINGLE class at UM.

U know that, I know that.

BS, TOTAL BS!!!

DrtyCane

calhoun, c-mac, hill, byrdman, regis, j.fig, jj, b.harris, sticky shields, d-train, epps, dj, dvd, d.berry, adderly, hulk bailey, j.fox, r.buchanon, o.franklin, holmes, r.phillips, pipho, sleepy spence, quick6, wieclaw, d.sharpton, jojo, and j12
were introduced if they haven't been already to
www.canespace.com via facebook

peace

SOUP

Thanks drty!

The Truth

Soup

While I mostly agree with you

Why didn't have a position for so long in the NFL? Surely he as drafted at a position and taught that skill to go along with returning kicks?

No?

The Truth

#4 was given EVERY opportunity to succeed at a position at Miami. He was allowed to pick and choose too...

It does make you wonder how he still gets only spot time as a WR in the show.

SOUP

Truth...I respect your opinions on Tuesdays and Thursdays but it is now past midnight and Friday.

What do U think DH would have done at USC, UF, TT or OU?

Give Whipple a player with Devin Hester's talent and he will make him a SUPERSTAR!!!

pb(CSROH09)


I agree with Soup. No matter how you try and complicate things its still a game of pitch and catch.

Hester was grossly underutilized. He had to touch the ball a minimum of 10 times a game even if he had to be Forrest Gumped to do it.

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