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August 01, 2009

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LatinCane

What up?

LatinCane

Sancocho,
Already have my Canespace tee. Will be sporting it at UCF. Go Canes!!!

86Cane

Latin...way to rock the blob!

86Cane

Sopa de pincon es muy bueno cuando tienes hambre!

MR TROUTMAN

CANES ARE EVERYWHERE GEARING UP FOR THIS SEASON.....WE ARE REALLY OPTOMISTIC ABOUT GETTING IT DONE.......SEEING THE U IN THE SPOTLIGHT...HIGHLIFE...OR SUNSHINE AGAIN WILL BE PRICELESS

THE DAY OF GOING TO BED DEPRESS, HEARTBROKEN...F---UP OR JUST PLAIN MAD WILL SEEM DISTANCE.......MY HAVE THE MIGHTY FELL SO LOW.I STUILL THINK WE ARE THE JOB OF FOOTBALL...A TEAM THAT GOT HIT WITH SO MANY PROBLEMS ARE NOW BLESS 10 TIMES THEN BEFORE.. CAN WE IMAGINE BEING BLESSED TEN TIMES AS MUCH AS WE USE TO? WE MIGHT GET ANOTHER 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS IN THE NEXT 20 YEARS IF THE ECONOMY DON'T COLLAPSE ANYTIME SOON''' WHICH MEANS IN THE LAST TWENTY YEARS THIS SCHOOL WILL PLAY FOR MORE CHAMPIONSHIPS THEN ANY OTHER SCHOOL IN THIS MODERN ERA. NOT WHEN MINORITIES WASN'T EVEN ALOUD ON THE TEAM...PERSONALLY I CAN'T SEE TOO MUCH OF FOOTBALL COUNTING OR FACTUAL BEFORE 1965.. IT WAS JUST TOO ONE SIDED AND NOT DIVERSE ENOUGH WHERE A TRUE CHAMPION IS CROWNED.

ENOUGH OF THAT ...

I'M JUST READY TO GET THIS SEASON STARTED NO MORE DAMN TALKING PERIOD!!!!!!!

86Cane

TROUT...U da man, always has been, always will be!

raizecane

Great article.....and I hope it plays out that way. One can only hope, right?

86Cane

Raize...it will my friend, it will. And when it does:

We'll drink and dance with one hand free,
And have the world so easily,
U know we'll be a sight to see,
Back in the high life again...

raizecane

Ah yes.....there be dancing.....dancing in the streets.

shwarma

Capt O - Glad to hear you feel the same as me with JJ. I understand everyone saying you can't be considered the number 1 if your not on the field, but before a season starts everyone is healthy and therefore JJ is my number 1. He goes down, I am fine if he never sees the field again, but to start, he has the tools and has earned the rock to me (plus that could keep Coop fresher which might help down the line and I view as JJ more essential in the first 4 than any other games)

raizecane

If anybody is planning on going to the UCF game and has an extra ticket or can get an extra ticket, keep me in mind.

I have been trying to work some angles but have not secured a ticket yet.

OMFG_Ginn

I live for this.

coldcane

OMFG me too...36 days bitches!!!!

Calvin

The only reason the gators have made it to the top of college football is because they have become #1 in the state and over Fsu which has to do with similar things that has happened to us. Once richt and amato left, Fsu's whole recruiting focus changed, and it's obvious they were using the internet to recruit as well, that's why they were all over the place with recruiting.

If you look at Fsu's recruiting right now, their back to recruiting how they use too. Their biggest problem will be trying to get jimbo fisher up to speed offensively. He's probably going to be the weak link their for a while especially mentally. For him to come their and tell players they might just be good enough to play at lsu is/was a joke.

lsu in no way shape or form has a tradition like Fsu, he's running that garbage offense right now, tricket the o-line coach will make a difference though. The talent is coming back to Fsu and alot of spots are up for grabs right now. It wasn't long ago that Fsu got the players that didn't go to Miami and the gators were left with whoever we didn't recruit and prettty much nothing out of DADE COUNTY.

As it stands right now, whoever develops offensively the quickest between us and Fsu, that's who'll began to reign supreme again. This will be jimbo's third year their as oc, his impact has been garbage, at the same time though, his offenses have been putting wide receivers in the league. So he'll have leverage with that in a way.

The problem though, he's running a sec minded offense, Fsu always dominated sec teams because they couldn't score points.
Anyway, like us, Fsu will be better on defense, and they will have a running game. For us, baby j losing weight may just keep him healthy all year. He'll look like that back that put a lil fear in stoops heart on tape.

cryer came to the gators at the right time, you look at georgia, they resemble what Fsu use to be on offense. richt is doing a great job their, with mathew stafford going 1st in the nfl, that'll only help to propel that program foward, add in the fact that moreno went in the 1st round, they got caleb king(runningback from texas) their right now, i wouldn't be surprised if he burst on the scene this year. His highschool highlights weren't bad, and he's been their at least a year or 2, so physically he's at another level. Which we all know makes alot of difference.

We all know that Georgia are not national champions but richt at least has them being mentioned as possible contenders especially last year. Now with orson charles their, he's doing a great job running that program.

The problem though for alot of teams, is going to be randy shannon. He's a chess minded man. He said he's setting this program up for the next 30 years, lol. He's pretty much done alot of things correctly already, the only thing left now for him to do is get more wins. 1st off, he's probably the 1st coach at UM who actually wants to stay as long as he possibly can. He already knows what it's like at the pro level, and the only team in the future that'll really have a chance to lure him would be the dolphins, other than that, i can't see him leaving here, they'll have to put him out.

We do have some ? marks that need to be answered on the coaching staff(mcgriff &stoutland)), because the talent is here now. Also, we're supposedly getting back to what UM players are known for running defensively and if that's the case, the secondary should be a whole lot more improved because that'll cater more to what mcgriff said he likes to do with the secondary and that's be aggressive.

This type of defense will help guys like authur brown as well. He'll continue to work hard and be in line and as someone said that ab is starting to take charge somewhat. physically, he's ready, we got a lot of guys who are physically ready, after their 1st year, these guys know what it takes now to play at this level. They will be able to help these young guys that are coming in. The sophmores on this team now have set the standard, the young guys coming already see how hard they have to work to see the field.

If we played the gators right now, they'd lose. Think about it, offensively they're not sure how god they'll be just yet. They got lucky with 2 of their touchdowns against us, i'm not sure what jojo nicolas was looking at, you could see hernandez coming up the field on chavez grant side the whole way, tebow almost got sacked on that play, jojo was play center field instead of playing the hash mark on his side.

Now they will have weapons on offense, i'm not so sure how much they're going to count on deonte, that guy runs routes like he's a bird, the way he flaps his arms on routes is comical, and he's been crying about playing time, see the 1:20 mark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZGsFfmtGqE

ANyway, without harvin, oklahoma wins the national championship game, harvin kept flippin field position for the gators. Now insert debose, he may just be better than harvin because he actually brings a pas element to their offense with him having played qb somewhat. Also, he's a football player with track speed, will he be able to maintain his speed in his 1st year on the football field remains to be seen. We know harvin did, he's been an impact player since his freshman year.

I know six has them winning the championship this year, but at some point, their going to have to face a real offense, be it in the sec championship game. I see they get to play fiu, they better be careful that game, ty hilton and company, plus they'll have a whole lot of players playing in that game, could end up being a whole lot of brawls. oscar cryer better sit out a lot of his best players that game.

Fiu has done a decent job scheduling teams, they got alabama coming out the gate, Fiu may have sec aspirations, they're playing alot of games in that region of the country.


Calvin

Calvin says: "Cav, I agree that Hank can be a surprise if (and that is a big if) he can hang on to the football."

That's like saying: "I coulda been a QB IF I could throw the ball."

IF U are a reciver and U can't catch, well then...you move to DB and become a star like Sam Shields #9 will this year.
Posted by: 86Cane | August 01, 2009 at 06:54 PM

soup are you kray--zee man, put the whiskey bottle down and slowly back away. You got the wrong author for that statement up top, that was windy1 who said that about hank(see last blog aug 1st @4:43pm 2nd post). When hank does his thing this year, it's not going to be a surprise to me. I always know this much about players who drop passes, that means they're getting open. hank has been getting open since he got here, he introduced himself to macho harris his freshman year in the endzone.

If robert marve throws the ball deep enough, Fsu would have gotten introduced to him last year, he had tony carter beat by about 4 yards, marve under throws him, and carter intercepts the ball in the endzone. g-tech, they know who he is, cal got a lil bit in the bowl game. ucf, the gators, hank will be heard from this year a lil more. For some strange reason he's been a heavy topic on this blog, he'll be a surprise to alot of people on here, but not to anybody who picked him as thier LOF, HELL THAT MAN HAS KIDS TO FEED!

Watch-out for baby j on that front this year to as well, last chance for him to get a meal ticket.

Calvin

Case in point about Fsu recruiting all over the place, their secondary has 2 players from Florida, the rest from other parts of the state, i think thy got 2 more coming in from Florida in the 2009 class though, but to only have 2 from the state last year in the secondary, that's a crime. tj bryant went all the way to usc, shame on Fsu.

Calvin

Speaking of tj bryant, lets check in and see what he's been doing, hmmm, he seems to be doing decent out their in usc land, he's #2 on the depth chart right now, he'll more than likely be starting soon, he's brought that Fsu mindset to cali.
http://rivals.yahoo.com/video/college-football/Cornerback-TJ-Bryant-from-the-Trojan-Huddle-49614;_ylt=AlXYsSFND7tSyCtTBOtKBnCM8K1_

DATcane

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/sports/umweblog/~3/0FIqeM5ukf8/dont-hold-your-breath-on-darrell-givens-.html

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DATcane

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86Cane

Calvin...U call me crazy? U are up posting at 5:42 AM and I'm the crazy one???

Did U read this: "Calvin just looks way cool as he walks down the street wearing Canespace looking at the ladies as they look at him."

SebastianDaIbis

Nice article

And all is right in the world once again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DATcane

http://www.sportsbybrooks.com/canes-qb-questions-tim-tebows-virginity-claims-25381

lol what a great interview that was!!!!!!!!

Calvin

Actually i didn't even read the new blog, i figured it would be similar to the last 1 sort of speak just with us winning it and what not, but since you asked the last question, i just went and read it, you definitely got the ladies part right though, you know we always in session when it comes to the women.

NativeCane

Are you worried about global warming? Well it could happen and maybe you should. But what you should really worry about is the Miami Hurricanes being on top of the college football world once again. It will most certainly happen and then what will you do?

Every night when you tune in you will hear: da-duh-da, da-duh-da...and ESPN will be falling all over themsleves to explain how the Miami Hurricanes took over the college football world once again as Canes fans everywhere will just smile and say:"I told U so!"

That kind of talk throws me into
a fit of JUBULOUS-NESS!!!!

Go Canes!!!!

Canefantasy

I have been so busy of late but I honestly love love love readying these articles... great job

DATcane

can anybody copy and paste the Eddie Rois and Jason Fox stories from the Miami Herald please!

DATcane

http://deadspin.com/5325941/bobby-bowden-has-had-just-about-enough-of-your-rules

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Canez1

IMO B Washington or Gunn will be pushing Figs hard for PT this year.

Figs better sack up or he is going to find his big soft azz on the outside looking in.

GO CANEZ!!!!!

Canez1

For one of the nation's top prospects he is one step closer to making a decision. Marcus Lattimore, a five-star running back from Duncan, S.C., has now narrowed his school list to five schools.

There is one noticeable team that didn't make his final five; Florida State. It was thought the Seminoles were one of the serious contenders for this Byrnes High School standout.

"With FSU, I just didn't get a vibe with the players. I also think my college career would be in jeopardy with the probation thing."

The stink is starting to spread......

GO CANEZ!!!!!

canechic

Good Sunday Morning, getting ready to go for a jog and pass out in this heat, lol!

86 Angry and I have decided against the FSU game, too much with Hotel and all, class the next day, so maybe the Orlando crew....do you guys want to meet somewhere and watch the game together? Let me know so we can find a spot good for all of us to watch!

Old Skool

Jamar Hornsby was indicted on a felony aggravated assault charge Friday and that's while he was on probation for the credit card theft.

Looks like he'll have a lead role in the all- Gator version of The Longest Yard

canechic

Looks like he'll have a lead role in the all- Gator version of The Longest Yard

Posted by: Old Skool | August 02, 2009 at 10:29 AM

Now that is funny!!! :)

raizecane

so maybe the Orlando crew....do you guys want to meet somewhere and watch the game together? Let me know so we can find a spot good for all of us to watch!

Posted by: canechic | August 02, 2009 at 10:17 AM

I am interested.......

canezilla

fiu=sec...lolol that was a good one..they will be lucky to get into the big east when one of them leave for the big 10..im thinking u conn...fuk i cant wait for the season

IN RANDY WE TRUST!

Love this blog! how do i get a canes space tee????

Esteban

canez1, figs might be soft in the belly but definitely isnt on the field. but those guys need to be ready. whether its cause they will be in the rotation or in case figs moves to RT.

and i'm picking fiu to get at least one big upset this year. mario is recruiting his a$$ off.

Esteban

By BARRY JACKSON
bjackson@MiamiHerald.com

Of the legal stories involving South Florida athletes, few have taken a stranger twist than that of Eddie Rios, the once coveted point guard recruit who won a state title at Miami High and had a brief, disappointing career at UM. Arrested twice in the past seventh months, Rios is expected to be released from jail this week after another person took responsibility for the marijuana charge that has kept Rios behind bars the past seven weeks. That person?

Rios' father.

Here's the background: Rios Jr. was arrested June 11 at a home at 9421 SW 58th Terrace. Police found a hydroponic lab with 54 live marijuana plants inside a northeast bedroom, 11 high-intensity bulbs and 11 light frames. The younger Rios, alone in the house at the time, was charged with possession with intent to sell and has been jailed since, not permitted to post bond because he was awaiting trial on previous charges of burglary and grand theft.

But on Friday, Rios Sr., 39, convinced the state attorney's office that he was solely responsible for the grow house. Charges against the son were dropped, but he won't be free until paperwork is completed.

The father, who works in medical administration, posted $5,000 bail Friday night after being arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to manufacture, a third-degree felony. He has a prior criminal record, including 4 ½ years in state prison in the 1990s for several robberies.

Rios Jr. has ``mixed emotions,'' said his attorney, Philip Reizenstein. ``He loves his dad. He's appreciative. A large part of him wouldn't want his dad to come forward.''

The state attorney's office became convinced the father was solely responsible for the grow house because of specific details he offered. The son's attorney said Eddie had been living in a different house, with his mother.

``The state wanted to make sure the dad wasn't taking the fall for his son and that he knew what the grow house consisted of and how it was set up,'' said Edwin Sr.'s attorney, Brian Kennedy. ``Edwin Rios looked at his son and his own life and recognized the mistakes he made shouldn't get applied to his family. He speaks glowingly of Eddie. He's a very loving father.'' A prison sentence for the father is possible, Kennedy said.

As a sophomore at UM, Rios was suspended Jan. 12 for violation of team rules, then left school after his Jan. 28 arrest for allegedly stealing more than $6,000 worth of equipment from other UM students, including four laptop computers. Reizenstein said Rios and his family compensated the victims for everything stolen but that could not be confirmed.

Reizenstein said several small schools are interested in giving Rios a basketball scholarship -- but likely only if he is placed in a pretrail diversion program.

CHATTER

• Why is Dolphins receivers coach Karl Dorrell confident Ted Ginn Jr. is ``going to have a tremendous season''? Because ``he's really eager about doing things much better than he was a year ago,'' Dorrell said.

Dorrell's emphasis with Ginn has been ``getting the ball up the field as quickly'' as possible after catches. ``This offseason, you notice when he has the ball, he's gone. He's being decisive. He's getting more explosive because he's stronger from the weight room and able to fend off people better in coverage. He's always been a hard worker. But his focus and mental approach are so superior to what it was.''

• UM receiver Aldarius Johnson, battling for a starting job, said he lost 16 pounds because ``last year I was sluggish. That held me back. I'm faster now.'' . . . No offensive player has created more buzz than slot receiver Kendal Thompkins, who has drawn comparisons to Roscoe Parrish. . . . Three rookies out of UM are in NFL camps: Spencer Adkins (Falcons), Bruce Johnson (Giants) and Antonio Dixon (Redskins).

• Chicago-based trainer Tim Grover, who helped Dwyane Wade last summer, will work with Heat center Jermaine O'Neal for a month, beginning this week, as O'Neal tries to put knee problems behind him and rebuild his lower body strength. Wade plans to join them at times.

• Trade-deadline postscripts: Cleveland's Carl Pavano was made available, but Florida wasn't interested. . . . San Diego asked for Cameron Maybin and Sean West or Andrew Miller for closer Heath Bell, but Florida justifiably balked. . . . Florida pursued reliever George Sherrill, who was traded to the Dodgers, but withdrew when Baltimore asked for West or Maybin. . . . Josh Willingham interested the Marlins, but Washington wanted less for the player Florida acquired, Nick Johnson.

• Marlins president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest said he's comfortable with the team's closers (Matt Lindstrom, Leo Nunez) and manager Fredi Gonzalez said he hasn't decided who will close games the rest of the season. He wants to gauge ``how Lindstrom's arm reacts'' after elbow problems.


DATcane

thanks!

Esteban

BY MANNY NAVARRO
mnavarro@MiamiHerald.com

He has blocked for two head coaches, three position coaches, three offensive coordinators and four different starting quarterbacks in his three seasons at the University of Miami.

To say Jason Fox has been through a lot of change since former offensive line coach Ark Kehoe recruited him out of Fort Worth North Crowley High School in Texas would be an understatement. But if there has been one familiar, calming voice in the UM offense over the past three up-and-down years, it has come from No. 64.

Fox (6-7, 310 pounds) has started 36 games at left tackle, and chances are that if it wasn't for all the losing, he wouldn't have had to wait until now to make his first Preseason All-ACC Team.

If Fox can remain injury-free, more honors could be headed his way. By the end of the regular season, he could match Richard Mercier and Mike Sullivan for the most career starts ever by a Canes offensive lineman (48), according to the Hurricanes media guide. If UM can win the ACC championship and then a bowl game, Fox could finish one game shy of William Joseph for the most career starts by a UM player (51).

``That would mean a lot to me,'' Fox said last month. ``When I was a freshman, I actually added it up. I definitely set that as one of my goals, and now we can do it.''

The Hurricanes would love for Fox to put his name in the UM record book. But the truth is, they need him to be an iron man. With fall camp opening Saturday, coach Randy Shannon has expressed his concern of the lack of depth and experience on his offensive line.

IN THE TRENCHES

Beyond junior left guard Orlando Franklin (14 career starts), junior right guard Joel Figueroa (four starts), and senior center AJ Trump (10 starts), offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland has a collection of unproven players to develop.

Senior Matt Pipho, penciled in as the starter at right tackle, saw his most action in four seasons last year when Fox went down with an injury in the game against Virginia. But by the time Fox returned after the Virginia Tech game, Pipho (6-7, 307) was the fourth man in the offensive tackle rotation again, behind Reggie Youngblood and Chris Rutledge.

The rest of UM's available offensive linemen either are fresh out of high school or are scout-team regulars.

Redshirt sophomore Harland Gunn (6-2, 315) has put up the team's best strength numbers -- 425-pound bench press, 600-pound squat and 330-pound power clean. But the Omaha, Neb., native played sparingly against Charleston Southern last season, then went back to the scout team. Same for sophomore tackle Tyler Horne (6-4, 300).

``He got a whole lot smarter,'' Franklin said of Gunn. ``He's always been strong and physical but never put in the mental part of the game. He's come a long way. He's definitely going to get the opportunity to play this year.''

Redshirt freshman Ben Jones (6-5, 300) missed most of last season with an arm injury, so he began his first real college work this spring.

The rest of the available big men are freshmen. Tackle Jermaine Johnson (6-6, 310) and guard Brandon Washington (6-4, 330) come highly regarded and have this spring's work under their belts. Tackle Cory White (6-5, 260) and guard Jared Wheeler (6-5, 330) arrived this summer.

RUGGED WORK AHEAD

It sounds like a daunting task, and UM's first four opponents -- Florida State, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and Oklahoma -- all were ranked among the Top 25 nationally in sacks last season.

Franklin (6-7, 318) said coaches have hinted that starters might be asked to play more than they have in the past.

Stoutland usually has had at least a three-man rotation at guard and center during the past two seasons.

``I expect to try and emerge as a team leader and help out my team as much as I can,'' Franklin said. ``If we're doing what we're supposed to be doing, we'll stay on the field -- coaches have made that clear to us. There won't be a rotation. Whatever is best for the team, that's what is going to happen.''

Franklin, considered UM's second-best lineman, behind Fox, had trouble finishing games last year despite registering a team-high 38 pancake blocks and grading out at 94 percent.

He lost his starting job briefly last season, but he said those days are over with.

``When I first got here, everything was like in fast-forward,'' Franklin said. ``But as you get older, I was able to slow it down. It's moving in slow motion again.''

Fox is confident that things will slow down for UM's other veterans, too.

``They've had playing experience, but it's different when you're out there all game long,'' Fox said. ``They've been waiting for their opportunity, and now they've got it.

``They're not going to take anything for granted. They're working hard.''

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Soup, you got a typo....

"as Aldarius Johnson leads the ACC in catches, yards and TDs"

Tee Hee...

Calvin

? If aldarius lost 16 pounds, does anybody have any idea what the hell he's weighing now!

canechic

Ok raizecane send me an email at tlwflores@hotmail.com...we will look for a spot that is easy to get to for the whole Orlando crew!!

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Calvin, lol, I was thinking the same thing about a 16lb lighter Aldarius. I still think he's going to need another year or two to build the strength and size so that he's faster and strong.

We'll see. I know Collier better be in shape with KT on board.

I haven't heard ANYTHING about the man who may emerge as the best of the bunch STREETER.

No one saw him at Canesfest????

CaneSawMassacre

The word is givens won't be coming here......... 86 any word on the hotel?

Hurriphin

Hurriphin....the U.

I don't know how many of you guys are into horror/thriller movies, but I saw that movie Orphan last night, and THAT chick WASN'T phuckin' around!!

In regards to the VT game....
I spend about 1/3 of the year down here in VA, and EVERY year the paper's constantly shovel us this filth about the Hokies making a possible push to the Nat.' Title. They are over-hyped every year, (actually by more than just local papers)and it appears this season will be no different.
I'm begging someone to please tell me exactly who on that team (particularly on Off.) is gonna take that team the distance. They've got at least three L's comin to them this year. (Bama', Us, and I'll say UNC) Don't know if anyone watched the replay of the VT @ BC game yesterday, but as good as a runner that kid Taylor is....he is a morbid passer. Yes, I'm well aware of the fact that kids can improve, but unless you're running a sort of offense that caters particularly to a QB's dynamic running ability, (like the Spread, Spread Option, or Option O) it's gonna require a lot more than what Tech seemingly possesses, to take your team to the promise land.
The media has raved about how Taylor has gotten the hitch out of his delivery, gotten more accurate, and so on, but I've seen homie play in person, and have watched him all the way up to this point, and trust and believe, this guy PREFERS to run all over the place. He's always counted on himself, more that his teamates, to make a play. Spy the hell outta him, send the crib as often as possible, and score a few TD's, and it's curtains for these dudes. Even if he did want to pass the ball....well, can anyone tell me the last time a VT offense lit up the skies with the forward pass?
I don't think that I've ever been vaulted, but 86, if you wouldn't mind......

UM-34. VT-(maybe)20.

Hurriphin

.....I know that long posts tick people off and everything, but I don't believe I've made a habit of it, so, you know, sorry.

Calvin

Never apologize for having a long post, unless it has the same content as the last blog that was put up.

cav, yeah man, i'm wondering what his weight is now, if he's under 200, he might not be able to get off the line, he did well in down field blocing last year for sure. collier might need to look into losing about 8 pounds himself.

Been thinking about this Fsu game, let's not see chavez grant on #89 in the slot to often.

DATcane

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Canez1

Este at this point everyone except for Fox is soft in my eyes.

They all need to step up if we are gonna take that next step.

BigO supposedly balled this spring so having anohter beast on the OLine is just what we need.

The more the young guys push for PT the better this unit will get.

Like T said. This OLine right now is not going to get it done.

They need to get it together in a hurry.

GO CANEZ!!!!!

HillViewCane

You know DATcane correct me if I am wrong but I didn't think Tebow said he was a virgin. I thought he said he was saving himself for marriage.

That's two completely different things. You could wake up any morning and say you are saving yourself for marriage.

That's a process you can start a new everyday.

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