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March 24, 2010

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Buddy

First?

 Monty

2nd

Daytoncane

It's funny that people respect Tony Dungy's QB evaluations when he use to trot out Shaun King who was possibily the worst starting QB of all time.

Posted by: Aquaman | March 24, 2010 at 10:58 AM

you know he never says anything bad about anybody when i think about it.

im pretty sure he didn't say anything negative about Vick during his troubles. i think Dungy might think a little too highly of him though.

Dungy is a great, great human being. that's the kind of man i respect the most; a guy that cares more about the people that surround him regardless of who they are.

Aquaman

Yeah, Dungy can put together a defense, but the last thing the guy knew how to do was develop a QB.

I wonder who goes higher in the draft, baby J or McNeil?

bg1906

What up Legion. I need a dvd of the spring game, anyone dvr'ing/recording it?

Daytoncane

McNeal will probably go higher because he's faster, and every team wants a speed back.

and maybe Dungy will try to tutor Tebow, which will result in Tebow being as good as the all-time great Kelly Holcomb.

Six

"but the last thing the guy knew how to do was develop a QB"

Sounds like Gruden as well

Except, have to put "young" in front of QB ... and Gruden is strictly an offensive guy

He could work with the grizzled old veterans like Brad Johnson and Rich Gannon and Jeff Garcia. The young ones he drafted or brought in? Not so much ... and his free agent choices at the position weren't exactly great

Rob Johnson. Chris Simms. Bruce Gradkowski. Tim Rattay. Luke McCown.


I love Dungy and everything he did to make the Bucs what they were - but I couldn't understand some draft picks or the overwhelming loyalty he showed to some of his coaching staff, that was basically the detriment of the team success

When you have Trent Dilfer, Shaun King and Eric Zeier to choose from ... you have problems

Dilfer was an absolute bust for being taken 6th overall in the '94 Draft

King, the year he started all 16 games in 2000 - he had Jacquez Green, Keyshawn Johnson, Reidel Anthony to throw to

Thank god for that defense he built and Gruden let squander away


CGNC

Cackalacka Hurricanes in town tonight to take on the Bolts. I think the Hurricanes will win, b/c the Bolts have been beyond awful .... even though they've beaten the Hurricanes in 2 of the last 3 they've played them

Posted by: Six | March 23, 2010 at 06:20 PM

Nope, you guys pulled it out in OT. The Cacklacka Canes take everyone to OT it seems - they are on a mission. The Pens need to get it together or their playoff season will be shortened :-(

CanesCanesCanes

Jacquez Green and Reidel Anthony: that tells you all you need to know about that offense right there.

Daytoncane

What up Legion. I need a dvd of the spring game, anyone dvr'ing/recording it?

Posted by: bg1906 | March 24, 2010 at 12:49 PM

i thought that was your area of expertise?

Six

CGNC - ya, it's a miracle the Bolts won, esp. after the Hurricanes scored twice within it seemed 10 seconds

Bolts have major problems on defense, that's why they drafted the 19 yr old 6'6 240lb baby monster in Victor Hedman with the 2nd overall pick

I remember hearing an interview with him, and he said his favorite TV shows to watch were Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill

Ya ... I know. Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill

Eh, he's 19, whatever

The Caps/Pens game tonight should be good - maybe the Pens can actually win against them for the first time this year ... I doubt it ... but you never know. First game was a blow out, second game was a great one with Crosby scoring twice and Ovy finishing with a hatty in OT

Ovy definitely has shown more in the matchups than Crosby, with 5 goals & 2 assists

Six

Canes3 - don't forget about Dave Moore being the starting TE as well

Eeessh

Like I said, it's a good thing Dungy had that defense he and Monte built

bg1906

What up Legion. I need a dvd of the spring game, anyone dvr'ing/recording it?

Posted by: bg1906 | March 24, 2010 at 12:49 PM

i thought that was your area of expertise?

Posted by: Daytoncane | March 24, 2010 at 01:43 PM

I make copies but I need the original! HAHAHA! Also Baby J goes before Shawnbrey. Plus IS Shawnbry really faster? I know the answer to that but he wasn't at the combine.

Aquaman

I knew we were good for six's pov after watching it first hand, I bet it was rough just hoping for 14pts from that offense.


Ungar

soup in a pile of Cane Cheer Leaders...

This is Photo Shop at it's best
peace

Posted by: solarcane | March 29, 2008 at 09:16 PM

Still funny, two years later!

All in fun....

CanesCanesCanes

Six

Good point. How did that offense every score any points? It's always been all about the D for the Bucs, especially back then. Do you remember who the OC was back then (before the Chucky era)? A lot of blame has to go on his shoulders. In fact, had the Bucs had even a little offense during the Dungy era, he would have made it to the SB and maybe even won one before Chucky came in, won it with Dungy's players, and then proceeded to screw that team up.

CanesCanesCanes

every = ever

Aquaman

Does anyone else think that the new OT rule in the NFL is dumb?

Daytoncane

I make copies but I need the original! HAHAHA! Also Baby J goes before Shawnbrey. Plus IS Shawnbry really faster? I know the answer to that but he wasn't at the combine.

Posted by: bg1906 | March 24, 2010 at 01:48 PM

i thought i read somewhere that he ran a 4.38 or something like that.

plus i remember a couple of years ago against Ga Tech when McNeal broke off a long touchdown run and bacsically pulled away from everybody. i don't think i've ever seen Baby J do that without tripping over his own feet.

and stop slacking bg lol jk.

bg1906

Six.

You recording the spring game?

Cat 5 Cane

I'm tired of seeing my name so many times and not enough of other names... Time to show up guys and girls.

Who's local to South Florida and going to the Spring game on Sat. Mar. 27. and are free and open to the public.

Spring Practice... at Traz Powell Stadium located on the north campus of Miami Dade College (11380 NW 27th Avenue) on Saturday, March 27.

UM's annual spring game which is slated to start at 4:30 p.m. Gates will open at 3 p.m.

Players will take part in an autograph session from 3:30-4 p.m.

The game will be broadcast live on CSS.... Someone tape the darn thing, if you can.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

For those who are going...
be there by 2pm.
Bring your favorite liquid punch and finger food for a meet and greet before and after the game...
I'll bring a radio for back drop and my ugly puss to stare at.

Looking forward to seeing you there...

Exact Location to be determined.


bg1906

Dayton.

Baby J ran faster at the comine (http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combine/09000d5d816cf093/2010-Combine-workout-Javarris-James): 4.53

Shawnbrey (http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combine/09000d5d816d29d9/2010-combine-workout-Shawnbrey-McNeal) ran 4.56.

But in the vids Shawnbrey seems "quicker" than J but obvisouly not as big or as hard a runner.

SinisterCane

Sorry to be late on current events but who is Cassano

bg1906

Sinister.

Cassano is new RB coach.

bg1906

Sharpton.

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combine/09000d5d816d7eb1/2010-Combine-workout-Darryl-Sharpton

bg1906

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-combine/09000d5d816d126d/2010-combine-workout-Jimmy-Graham

Daytoncane

Sharpton looks about as mobile as a 380 pound o-lineman in that video.

he wasn't the greatest player in the world, but in the end he played as well as he could. i hope he can find success in the NFL.

bg1906

Wow.

Spiller's low Wonderlic score no cause for concern
March, 23, 2010 Mar 234:17PM ETComment Email Print Share By Graham WatsonFormer Clemson running back C.J. Spiller might be one of the top running back prospects in this year’s draft, but he’s not the smartest.

According to story by the National Football Post, Spiller scored a 10 on the Wonderlic test, the lowest score among all running backs. Stanford’s Toby Gerhart had the highest score among running backs with a 30.

The test, which was given to all attendees at the NFL combine last month, contains 50 questions that assess problem-solving skills in 12 minutes.

Running backs and fullbacks typically score notoriously low on the exam. According to Paul Zimmerman, former Sports Illustrated journalist and author of the book "The New Thinking Man's Guide to Pro Football," fullbacks score an average of 17 on the test, while running backs have the lowest average score at 16.

But honestly, how much does a Wonderlic score really mean when it comes to play on the field?

Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young reportedly scored a 6 on the test and went on to be the 2006 rookie of the year. Green Bay Packers rookie Javon Walker scored a 7 coming out of Florida State.

Last year, it was reported that Percy Harvin of Florida scored a 12.

What will matter is what Spiller can do on the field. He posted a 4.37 40 time at the combine, the second-fastest among running backs. He did 18 reps on the bench press.

And ESPN.com’s Mel Kiper Jr. still has Spiller as the top running back in this year’s draft.

CGNC

Six its funny some of the NHL'rs seem to have been around forever because some of them start at 18 - LOL. I don't know about tonight - Malkin is out and he is a force - it is like having two no. 1 lines. Although the Caps D is something like the Pens - swiss cheesy....

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Aqua, the new OT rule is moronic.

BG, funny how all those guys with low Wonderlic's went to UF and FSU. lol But Clemson's a private school isn't it? But they still let these guys skate by, just like the teachers in junior high and high school.

canezilla

AJ will will come off the bench according to Solar who was NOT at the game...hahhahaha nice

Charlie Brown

Checking in from the 850...Pensacola is so FAR away. Long recruiting trip.

U guys like living in the past right? I got more late tonight from ONE year ago.

Charlie Brown

Still, everywhere I go I see "The U" tags and colors, even here in Seminole Country.

Charlie Brown

AJ will will come off the bench according to Solar who was NOT at the game...hahhahaha nice

Posted by: canezilla | March 24, 2010 at 04:11 PM

Solar is banned!

Hey I just saw #28 eat another ice cream sundae...

canezilla

Come on coach morris!!!A sweep this weekend aganist acc foe nc state,will make me forget about that loss to UCF? F@%K

CanesCanesCanes

CB - What's going on with pimp? Has he put on more weight since last season? He was a little plump last year, but he could still ball.

canezilla

Stiletto high heels helped prosecutors decide Wednesday not to pursue a domestic violence charge against former NFL great Warren Sapp, who was arrested in February for allegedly battering his former girlfriend at a Miami Beach hotel.

The woman had claimed Sapp pushed her during an argument in a room at the Shore Club, and she fell awkwardly on her leg. She said she was in ``excruciating pain'' and had to limp through the hotel lobby with the help of an unknown man who had been walking through the hallway.

But witnesses and hotel video surveillance indicated the woman was ``walking in high heeled stilettos, and acting in a jovial manner'' as she left the Shore Club.

Because of glaring inconsistencies in her testimony -- one witness also said the woman kept partying at her house after the incident -- prosecutors felt they could not prove the misdemeanor battery count, according to a close-out memo filed by Miami-Dade Assistant State Attorney Heather Ravich.

Sapp, a former University of Miami star who played with the Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was in town that week to host a party during Super Bowl festivities.

``From the beginning, Mr. Sapp was always confident in the system and that he would be cleared of any wrongdoing,'' said Sapp's attorney, Christopher


Charlie Brown

From The Bleacher Report:

It's hard not to see Teddy Bridgewater committing to Miami, considering he was the successor to Jacory Harris at Northwestern High School and the Canes are high on his list.

But I think the Florida Gators are actually Teddy's better bet. He's a much better athlete on his feet than Harris is, and could be as much or more of a running threat than Tim Tebow to really take off in Florida's option attack.

At Miami, Bridgewater's athletic gifts would be lost as the strictures of the pro-style attack kept him in the pocket (although, to be fair, he does throw well on the run, a must-have in Mark Whipple's play-action game).

From a logistical perspective, Bridgewater would enter Gainesville during John Brantley's senior year and have the opportunity to redshirt, gain some weight and learn the Gators' system before taking over as a RS freshman.

And he's got a pretty decent arm, maybe a little better than Tebow's as a recruit. He could bring balance to the Force.

Aside from the rich getting richer, I can't think of a good reason why he shouldn't go Gator.

Where he should go: Florida
Where he will go: Toss-up between UF and UM

Charlie Brown

CB - What's going on with pimp? Has he put on more weight since last season? He was a little plump last year, but he could still ball.

Posted by: CanesCanesCanes | March 24, 2010 at 04:37 PM

Don't know but we will know after the Spring Game that's for sure.

Charlie Brown

BY BARRY JACKSON

BJACKSON@MIAMIHERALD.COM

Coach Randy Shannon addressed several issues Tuesday as University of Miami football players returned from break to begin their final week of spring practice:
• Safety Jamal Reid -- who started in the most recent scrimmage opposite Vaughn Telemaque -- ``is doing a great job,'' Shannon said. ``Not taking anything away from Ray Ray Armstrong, but Jamal right now is really putting a little more oomph in it, making plays. They're neck and neck. Both of them did a good job this last scrimmage. Ray Ray did a lot better than the first scrimmage.'' Shannon said he's ``excited about the way Vaughn Telemaque is playing.''
• The backup quarterback job remains open. Asked if A.J. Highsmith has distanced himself from Stephen Morris, Shannon said, ``Nah, nah, I can't really say. You can't really get a full picture until you get in the scrimmage. Both did some good things in the scrimmage. Both did some bad things.''
• Shannon said he's ``disappointed because our second team unit at linebacker is not responding. We've got to get those guys up to par.'' The backup linebackers have been Shayon Green, early enrollee Tyrone Cornelius and C.J. Holton. Jordan Futch and Ramon Buchanan have been out this spring with injuries.


Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/03/23/1544284/jamal-reid-impresses-miamis-randy.html?utm_source=bleacherreport.com#ixzz0j85QWXIQ

Daytoncane

U guys like living in the past right? I got more late tonight from ONE year ago.

Posted by: Charlie Brown | March 24, 2010 at 04:13 PM

who us?

where would you ever get such a notion?

CanesCanesCanes

Don't know but we will know after the Spring Game that's for sure.

Posted by: Charlie Brown | March 24, 2010 at 04:50 PM

I hope

Have you even heard his name come up in any of the spring practice reports. I haven't.

I still love the guy for that punt return against Virginia.

Sebastian(2001U G.O.A.T.)

Not only do I hate the new OT rule, but I also hated the 2 point conversion rule in the NFL

In college can we please get rid of that stupid pregame handshake

We want to make you cry and quit, not be your friend and say good luck may the best team win

SOUP

Triple C...no, I have not heard #28's name come up at all. Even worse Randy mentioned Kendal Thompkins name yesterday, but not Collier.

SOUP

News is mixed for Miami Hurricanes’ linebackers

by Jorge Milian
Palm Beach Post

There’s good news and bad news regarding UM’s linebackers.

First the good news: UM coach Randy Shannon said Tuesday that he’s excited about the play of middle linebacker Kylan Robinson, a senior who is getting his first crack at playing time in a Hurricanes’ uniform.

“If you say [who’s] the most improved guy at this point in time – and we still have some days left – I would say Kylan Robinson,” said Shannon, comparing Robinson’s development to that of former UM linebacker Tavares Gooden, now with the Baltimore Ravens.

Asked where Robinson had improved most, Shannon said: “The overall game, the physical part of it, the mental aspect of it. He’s doing some great things for us at middle linebacker. He’s a totally different guy. You never know when the light is golng to come on and the light has come on for him.”

Daytoncane

We want to make you cry and quit, not be your friend and say good luck may the best team win

Posted by: Sebastian(2001U G.O.A.T.) | March 24, 2010 at 05:16 PM

slowly but surely, real football is replaced by flag football.

if you even breathe on a QB you get called for roughing the passer. im looking at you Tom Brady.

and as far as rules go, pretty soon there's gonna be a mercy rule. if you're up by more than 40 points and the other team hasn't scored yet, you must give them a complimentary score and a hug.

Hurriphin302-4-305

Hurriphin.......the U.

Ungar

An insane person in the bleacherreports says "Aside from the rich getting richer, I can't think of a good reason why he shouldn't go Gator. Where he should go: Florida
Where he will go: Toss-up between UF and UM"

Let's see:
NFL QB U, Kelly, Kosar, Testaverde, Walsh.
CFL QB U, Leak, Grossman, Tebow.

A good reason to go to UM would be that the NFL runs a Pro-Style attack, that is WHY they call it a PRO-STYLE.

When the NFL runs the QB Sneak as it's primary offense, then being a QB at UF is a good move, but otherwise, the best thing for a QB interested in a pro career is a college running a pro style offense.

Pro Style >>> No Style.
Case Closed.

Ungar

And even though the case is closed, any appeals better not occur, because of THIS:

Witless witness: "From a logistical perspective, Bridgewater would enter Gainesville during John Brantley's senior year and have the opportunity to redshirt, gain some weight and learn the Gators' system before taking over as a RS freshman."

Ungar: And he would be entering Coral Gables during what year for Jacory Harris?

Witless witness: ummm, his senior year.

Ungar: So, your other point is worthless. Please leave the courtroom and next time wipe your shoes before coming in here...

APPEAL CLOSED

SOUP

The University of Miami women's basketball team will host the North Carolina A&T Aggies in the third round of the WNIT, Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the BankUnited Center.

North Carolina A&T (23-10) at Miami (19-13)

Thursday, March 25, 2010 / BankUnited Center / Coral Gables, Fla. / 7 p.m.

TV: None

Radio: 90.5 WVUM FM

Web/Live Stats: www.hurricanesports.com

SOUP

Ungar: So, your other point is worthless. Please leave the courtroom and next time wipe your shoes before coming in here...

APPEAL CLOSED

Posted by: Ungar | March 24, 2010 at 05:59 PM

LMAO!

Six

Aqua - at times, I'd pray for the Bucs offense to fumble or throw a INT, just so I could watch that Defense work quicker than having to wait for a 3 and out

Bucs offense was usually good for it, so, I didn't have to do a lot of praying or waiting

You think about that Bucs D - they held the greatest show on turf, the St.Louis Rams, to only 5 points in the NFC Championship game, before Ricky Proehl made an amazing catch over Brian Kelly of the Bucs - and the Rams finally won, 11-6. In the NFC Championship game, with the prolific offense of the Rams, and they finally win it 11-6. Unreal

I did love watching Warrick Dunn and Mike Alstott run though - talk about a true "Thunder and Lightning" combo

I remember when Alstott went down with a sprained knee, and Warrick got the majority of carries - he was averaging 125 yards a game after that. Alstott would get a lot of carries, Warrick would get mixed in as well .... when Warrick was splitting carries with Alstott, he was averaging about 3 yards a pop - when Alstott went down, Warrick started averaging 5+ yards a pop b/c he'd break off big runs

One of the greatest games and most hyped games I've ever seen was the next year when the Rams came to Tampa for Monday Night Football, and the Bucs pulled it out 38-35. It was Marshall Faulk vs. Warrick Dunn ... Sapp, Brooks, Lynch, Barber, etc. vs. Holt, Bruce and Warner.

Warner threw 3 INTs that game and got absolutely leveled by Warren Sapp on one of them. Shaun King kept pace with Warner that game and hit Keyshawn for a couple of TDs.

The Bucs and Rams played each other for the next three years and beat them each time - all on Monday Night Football

One of the sweetest things to see was in 2002, when Derrick Brooks picked off Kurt Warner and ran 39 yards for a TD - Warner tried to chase Brooks down near the goal line and Sapp came up and plastered him

SOUP

From www.hurricanesports.com:

The 12th-ranked University of Miami baseball team lost for the second time in its last three mid-week games with a 6-3 defeat at the hands of UCF Tuesday night at Alex Rodriguez Park.

Miami (14-6) held a 2-1 lead after four innings but UCF (14-8) scored three in the fifth and two more in the eighth to pull away for the three-run win. UM pitchers allowed double-digit hits for just the second time in the Hurricanes' last 11 games and Miami's offense missed several key opportunities with runners in scoring position.

Scott Lawson provided most of UM's offense, going 3-for-4 with a two-run homer. The multi-hit game was Lawson third in UM's last four contests and the senior first baseman is now nine for his last 16 going back to the start of this past weekend's series against Duke.

Harold Martinez hit safely for the 11th time in UM's last 12 games, going 2-for-4.

Both starting pitchers went just three innings as UCF's Johnny Sedlock allowed just two hits while striking out three and UM's E.J. Encinosa - making his first career start - allowed one run on three hits while striking out seven of the 14 batters he faced.

Sean Spence is a Beast!!!

what is up spacers!?! just dropping this is . . per my source

2011 Defensive back Albert Louis-Jean committed to the University of Miami today.

Louis-Jean is currently on an unofficial visit at the University of Miami until Saturday's spring game.

"Yes, I committed to Miami today," Louis-Jean said.

More to come later.

See you in the spring game!

CanesCanesCanes

When the NFL runs the QB Sneak as it's primary offense, then being a QB at UF is a good move

Posted by: Ungar | March 24, 2010 at 05:55 PM

Classic. That's a keeper, as well as: "CFL QB U"

Well played!

SOUP

Miami will return to North Carolina for the second straight weekend - this time to face NC State at Doak Field in Raleigh, March 26-28. Game times for the series are set for 6:30 p.m. Friday, 6:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

Six

Craziest play from that Bucs vs Rams Monday Night Football Game in 2000

Just go to the 4:45 mark in the highlight and watch playground football at its finest, with Warrick Dunn and Shaun King

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bh9tkSY8QOE&feature=related

2nd and 10, Bucs are down 35-31 in the 4th with 1:48 left and ZERO timeouts from their own 35 yard line

Shaun throws it to Warrick, who gets caught behind the line by Kevin Carter and is getting spun down .. Warrick then tosses it back to Shaun, who scrambles left, then back to his right, gets a huge crackback block, runs up field, gets knocked out of bounds and then as he's out of bounds and then gets a dirty hit put on him (ala Joe Birdsong from Wake Forest on Sam Shields) - and gets to the Rams 35, from his own 35

I lost my voice for a week after that play happened from yelling so loud

Then, later on in the drive, it's 4th and 4 with 1:16 left on the Rams 29 and Shaun scrambles for a first down - barely. Earlier, on 2nd down, Shaun throws a perfect pass to Jaquez Green streaking towards the endzone, and it goes right off his fingertips

One of the craziest 10+ minutes of my entire life ... but it all ended good

SuperCooper

what is up spacers!?! just dropping this is . . per my source

2011 Defensive back Albert Louis-Jean committed to the University of Miami today.

Louis-Jean is currently on an unofficial visit at the University of Miami until Saturday's spring game.

"Yes, I committed to Miami today," Louis-Jean said.

More to come later.

See you in the spring game!

Posted by: Sean Spence is a Beast!!! | March 24, 2010 at 06:06 PM


Good get. Probably a saftey because of his size. But a good start to our DB class.

SOUP

From Superprep.com:

Despite missing the playoffs, Louis-Jean still received a great amount of interest from Division One colleges around the nation. “Obviously I did well enough to get some attention, but I could’ve done better both individually and with my team,” he said.

On the first day where it is permissible for college programs to offer 2011 recruits, Albert received a call from Boston College. Trying desperately not to let home-grown talent abscond from the bay state, coach Frank Spaziani offered a scholarship to Albert.

Albert made it clear to me that it is still early in the process; he does not have a favorite school quite yet. The decision has not paid off yet for coach Spaziani, but it seems that the Eagles are in the lead for Louis-Jean’s services.

A few weeks later, Miami follow suit with an offer the corner back as well. When a national powerhouse like Miami offers a recruit, lesser programs tend to imitate their actions. Soon enough, Louis-Jean was receiving offers from schools like Connecticut and Alabama.

Sebastian(2001U G.O.A.T.)

This town was insane for the Bucs during those years

Its a shame what the Bucs have become now. The Glazers need to go. They are reminding fans of the Culverhouse years

Six

Canes3 - it was a plethora of OCoordinators and that's one of the very very few problems I had with Dungy .... just how loyal he was to some of them, even though they made Pat Nix look great

Mike Shula 1996-1999
Les Steckel 2000
Clyde Christensen 2001

The best of the 3 was Steckel. The Bucs offense under him actually posted a franchise high 388 points in a season

And dude, when you have the type of offensive players Steckel had to work with - that's something special

SOUP

Dream come true for DB

Mike Farrell
Rivals.com Football Recruiting

Brockton, Mass. defensive back Albert Louis-Jean always dreamed of playing for one program growing up. So when the Miami Hurricanes became his second offer, he knew then and there he would become a part of a great tradition. After seeing Miami's campus for the first time on Wednesday, Louis-Jean decided to pull the trigger and commit.

Six

Sebastian - the Glazers are awful

I don't blame Malcolm as much as I blame Bryan, Edward and Joel. The guy has had a couple of strokes, impaired speech and little mobility in his body

His kids are trust-fund baby idiotic jackholes that are sandbagging off of daddy Glazer's hard work

Wouldn't it be nice for the Bucs to have owners who actually spend money on the team?

The Glazers dipping their wicks into Manchester United is one of the worst things to happen to the Bucs franchise

Ungar

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/um-hurricanes/fl-hyde-randy-shannon-0325-20100324,0,3567519.column

Hyde comes down on the side of the Spacers....

Sebastian(2001U G.O.A.T.)

Eddie DeBartolo wants the Bucs

Now whether the NFL wants him...I dont know

I would venture to say a casual fan couldnt name 1 WR on the Bucs.

And they say they are building the team around Josh

woobirdsatsunlife

Any video on Louis-Jean?

SOUP

Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dV7r5hnIYZk

Six

bg1906 - na, sorry brah, not taping the Spring Game

I don't even have cable .. I'm still in rabbit ears land, and even then, I would say that I turn on my television at home maybe 2 times a week at best? And that was for March Madness

I haven't had cable or satellite since I was in college in '97 - I've pretty much worked for television stations and have been able to watch whatever I want for 9 hours a day

What channel is it supposed to be on?

CanesCanesCanes

Six

I have family in the TB area and lived there (near there) for a few years. You hit the nail on the head with those little ass-wipes. It's an old cliche, but it really fits: they were born on third base and think they hit a triple. My relatives are huge Bucs fans but I keep telling them, until those snot-faced punks get their act together, the Bucs aren't going anywhere. Raheem is a nice guy and all, and given time AND talent he may succeed. But those sniveling little punks are just trying to save every nickle they can so they walk away with more. That's my honest opinion. At best Raheem is a cheap stop-gap option until they get a better coach. At worst, they want to keep him for a while and then maybe sell the team, having spent very little to improve the franchise.

Like I said, while I really like Raheem as an eventual HC, he wasn't/isn't ready. Look at what happened. In a period of like 4 months he went from a DB coach, to Def. Coord. to Head Coach. WTF???

..and then didn't they fire the OC like a week before the regular season started and then their DC halfway through the season. Massive instability!

Like I tell my relatives, get ready to suffer some more, 'cuz the pain won't end soon. Not as long as the Richie Rich Bozos are running things.

Ungar

"Safety Jamal Reid -- who started in the most recent scrimmage opposite Vaughn Telemaque -- ``is doing a great job,'' Shannon said. ``Not taking anything away from Ray Ray Armstrong, but Jamal right now is really putting a little more oomph in it, making plays. They're neck and neck. Both of them did a good job this last scrimmage. Ray Ray did a lot better than the first scrimmage.'' Shannon said he's ``excited about the way Vaughn Telemaque is playing.''
"

Looks like they are learning to play at a Canes-pace.

Canes-pace, get it?

Hey, I will be here all week, try the veal...

Daytoncane

DVD better be a stud this year. no reason why that guy has only one pick in his entire college career.

and the hopefully the defense shows out in the spring game. i miss the days when our defense was intimidating.

Six

Canes3 - yup, exactly

They are ruining the franchise. I'd love for DeBartolo to take over

I like Raheem as well, but talk about getting launched into the fire

The guy needed some time before taking over as a head coach. It also didn't help firing your OCoordinator 10 days before the season started and all the sudden making Greg Olson the OCoordinator from QB Coach


Funny thing is though, is how the Bucs beat both New Orleans and Green Bay ... one the Super Bowl winner, the other was in the NFC Playoffs

nmbcane

334

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Spring Game to be Aired Tape Delay on CSS
Miami's spring game on Mar. 27 will be aired on a tape delay basis on Sunday Mar. 28 at noon CSS has announced.

solarcane

dz
it was tongue in cheek, you know we are good brud

Six
thank gawd !!

I'll email you a pre article post first part

50-46, and see if you like the format.

Then we can spend three weeks tweaking it all over again.
lol

Ungar
your posts have been killin it, you been makin me grin

Shawnbrey will have a better NFL career than JJ no matter which one goes first.


canezilla

Louis-Jean decided to pull the trigger and commit.


a LITTLE TO EARLY TO GET ALL WARM AND FUZZY INSIDE.WATCH I BET HE STILL TAKES VISITS TO FLORIDA,BAMA,LSU

solarcane

"I've pretty much worked for television stations and have been able to watch whatever I want for 9 hours a day"

funny you left the the part about the size of the TV screens, the over stuffed recliners, free stocked fridge, getting paid by the station to host late night in house stick ball tournaments etc.

solarcane

Does anybody transfer from Miami to a school ranked above the U?
Capt O seems correct that those that transfer can't take the pressure

McNeil SMU
Marve Purdue
Freeman Baylor
Cook Rice
A Brown Kansas State
C Smith Memphis

Six

solar - ya, I know .. I was about to go crazy, so, that's my final concrete offering

I added some names if you didn't notice, I didn't think they could go without, esp. considering the era


I've never felt so many invisible lightning bolts from people in the news room when I'm in there, chillin and watching 3 different games on the Sony Bravia 60 inchers

But hey, like I tell them - I'm like a fireman, when it's time to work, I get right on it without hesitation .... but also, there's a lot of downtime that I can't control. Don't hate the playa, hate the game

I'm considered basically the best at what I do up at the station - I can't help that I'm good and it comes easy to me

It's not my fault they chose to be field reporters that have to go out and do any story or producers, that have to sit at their keyboard for 8 hours a day and type

So when they see me playing stickball with a wiffle ball bat and a hard tape ball that is smaller than a golf ball, in one of the studios - ya, be jealous ... and do me a favor, crawl up one of the 24 foot ladders and go find that little tape ball in the lighting grid when I launch the pitcher's weak azz fastball into orbit

Six

We have a guy up at the station, who I have nicknamed "King Raccoon", b/c that dude eats everything and can smell food from a mile away

Every Sunday night, the cleaning crew takes everything out of the fridges and throws it away

So Sunday nights are like a freakin all-you-can-eat buffet for King Raccoon. I went into the break room one time to get some food I was going to take home and King Raccoon was sitting there at one of the tables with it, along with at least 5 other Tupperware/Gladware/Chinese boxes of food and was chowing down on all of them

I was like, dude, what are you doing? He just said, they throw the food out anyway, everyone knows it, so if they don't come get their food before they throw it out it just goes into the trash ... I'm hungry, so I eat it. I told him I was coming to get my food to take home, he told me he already ate it and I was too late

Freakin King Raccoon

Six

Here's King Raccoon in action, interviewing some lady

http://www.tampabaycoalition.com/files/datbmay15rallymediajan.jpg

Six

Here's a question ...

Who do you blame for this kind of behavior?

"Wizards Coach Flip Saunders benched starting forward Andray Blatche after he played just 7 minutes 31 seconds. Saunders said he pulled Blatche initially to discuss the player not getting back on defense but that Blatche refused to listen to the coaching staff.

Saunders said his assistants attempted to talk to Blatche about the situation multiple times but that Blatche's response was he "just didn't want to play."

"I'm disappointed. I'm the most disappointed I've ever been in 15 years with a player," Saunders said.

Blatche said that he "just didn't want to play". Wow. What a lazy piece of garbage.


Daytoncane

Blatche said that he "just didn't want to play". Wow. What a lazy piece of garbage.

Posted by: Six | March 24, 2010 at 10:17 PM

this is what happens when you play for money, and not the love of the sport.

losing teams are filled with guys like this.

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