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April 10, 2010

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solarcane

wha?

SOUP

U rat bastidd!

Cat 5 Cane

Next

solarcane

when you got it you got it

toledocane

nice solar

solarcane

hi toledo
I haven't been on the blog too much lately, but I'm trying to catch up with you guys

solarcane

we play 6 teams in the preseason top 25.....who else does that?

Posted by: SlingBlade | April 10, 2010 at 08:47 AM


good point sling

Virginia plays 6 top 25 teams
FSU, UNC play five

ACC teams all have tough schedules compared to just about anyone else.

SOUP

Toledo...I didn't forget about you. Check your mail today or Monday for your Canespace gear.

Ten packages were mailed out on Thursday AM containing Canespace gear and other items. When you do receive them please let me know on the blog that they arrived.

The Spring Game DVDs are being mailed out Monday. "The Source" is sending more copies next week so I will have a few more available then. Rat Bastidd U are on the top of the list.

Meph...did you get your Canespace package?

solarcane

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Richmond
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UNC
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MIAMI
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Cat 5 Cane

Well, well ,well... opened the door and the house looks empty!

The boss must be gone... He's the greatest guy to work for, man, he's really cool!
Look at all this liquor. Look at all this food. It's only gonna go to waste...We're not really being rude, But the good stuff's in his closet, I swear he wouldn't mind.
Hell, we''ll just shoot the lock off, I do it all the time...

Hey Snake, this party's getting dull, throw someone in the pool... We're gypsies in the palace, there ain't no wrong or right.

Hey, he's not here... let's all take our clothes off and form a conga line... We're gypsies in the palace, and we're going wild tonight.

Ooops...
Is he coming?

Later


Aqua

I'll be at the Marlins game too. I'm setting up stuff for the Nelly concert after the game. I'll be looking for ya CC..

Aqua

we play 6 teams in the preseason top 25.....who else does that?

Posted by: SlingBlade | April 10, 2010 at 08:47 AM

good point sling

Virginia plays 6 top 25 teams
FSU, UNC play five

ACC teams all have tough schedules compared to just about anyone else.

Posted by: solarcane | April 10, 2010 at 10:05 AM

how many preseason ranked teams does Boise St. play?

SOUP

Canespace LOF 2010 List. Did I miss anybody? Who got next? Vote now!

Manny Navarro: James / Telemaque
Captain Optimist: Byrd / Regis
OGV: Streeter / Nelson
pb: Stoudland / Petri
Esteban: James / Regis
Money: Jacenard Hankeris / Alldon Harrailey
Keoki: Berry / Ojomo
Playa: Benjamin / McCarthy
404Canes: Benjamin / Ray Ray
DZ8: Berry / Telemaque
Troutman: Berry / Ray Ray
DolFan386: Berry / Ray Ray
Brevard: Linder / Nelson
ChicagoCane: Gordon / Regis
Lyquid Enigma: Miller / Reid
McDade: Miller / TBA
Native: Hill / Porter
LessisMore: Miller / Telemaque
Jersey: Berry / McCarthy
Massive: Miller / Porter
Texas: Byrd / TBA
OcalaCane: Berry / Ray Ray
Montreal: Berry / Spence
Canezilla: Byrd / Ray Ray
Sarasota: Berry / Ray Ray
Cat5: Sanders / Futch
Roach: Berry / Holmes
Shwarma: Thompkins / Regis
Nashville: Davon Johnson / Regis
MDCane: Cleveland/ Regis
Fran: Hill / Robinson
CaneSaw: Benjamin / Porter
SJMPARMAN: Thompkins / Futch
CaneFan561: Jermaine Johnson / Micanor Regis
Chris: Streeter / Telemaque
DaUinHouston: Byrd / McCarthy
The U: James / Ray Ray
CalGaryCane: Miller / Ray Ray
WooBird: Miller / Telemaque
Macjones: Berry / Forston
Doc Ibis: Washington / McGhee
Elliot: Benjamin / Spence
Seoul: Streeter / Ray Ray
Teflon: Ford / DVD
Philly: Miller / Ojomo
MWD: Benjamin / Telemaque
Dyrty: Miller / Ojomo
Buddy: Thompkins / Futch
GURU: Gordon / Ojomo
Brownsub: Benjamin / Spence
Iraqi: Berry / Spence
HearACane: Gordon / Lewis
UpNorth: AJ II / Ray Ray
StuckinCali: Berry / McCarthy
Pbcane: Miller / Buchannon
Boca: Thompkins / Ray Ray
Sebastian: Franklin / Reid
TripleC: Byrd / McCarthy
USAF: Byrd / Robinson
Beericane: Franklin / Regis
Slim: Gordon /Vernon
Ohio: Miller / Ray Ray
Canezitis: Ford / McCarthy
CaneRock: Horn / Robinson
4Real: Thompkins / Dye
JCanes: Ford / Telemaque
WillieWill: Byrd / Telemaque
j.w.: Benjamin / Telemaque
Ungar: Ford / Ojomo
DAT: Miller / Ojomo
86Cane: Miller / McCarthy
bg1906: Franklin / Telemaque
Sniper: Benjamin / Ojomo
Nova: Dye / Miller
Col. Sanders: Gordon / DVD
fmCane: Storm Johnson / Ray Ray
8thMan: Byrd / Futch
Hurriphin: Benjamin / Ray Ray
SwagGirl: Berry / Telemaque
Alpharetta: Berry / McCarthy
Solar: Collier / Collier
CGNC: Hill / Ojomo
Aqua: #3 / #90
TJL: Thompkins / Ojomo
UMike: Berry / McCarthy
Myndraize: Benjamin / Armstrong
Loco: Berry / Regis
87Canes: Washington / Regis
RCCF: Miller / Armstrong
Windy1: James / Ray Ray
AlexD: Berry / DVD
Fighting Ibis: Storm / Davis
Conch: Berry / Ray Ray

SOUP

Name the top 10 NFL TEs with the most catches in 2009 which will tell U which NFL teams in 2009 threw to their TE the MOST?

Then name which one is MOST likely to pick Jimmy Graham Cracker?

DZ8...The Chargers Gates was #6.

Aqua

Noone wants to jump on the Steven Wesley bandwagon with me?

Me and Keoki were talking about whoever lines up opposite of #57 is gonna blow up this season..

LatinCane

LoF
Berry/ Spence

solarcane

aqua

I hear ya on Boise

I like how the media always points out Boise's marque game of the year, like Oregon or the one relatively good opponent they will face all year.

Then you don't hear anything about them till the end of the season when they have raked up 15,000 yards passing against Midwest high school teams.

DZ8

The top ten with most RECEPTIONS were:

1. Clark, Ind.
2. Witten, Dal.
3. Gonzalez, Atl.
4. Gates, S.D.
5. Davis, S.F.
6. KII, T.B.
7. H. Miller, Pit.
8. Celek, Phi.
9. Z. Miller, Oak.
10. Olsen, Chi.

Indianapolis is a chance with Clark probably a couple years away from another big payday.

Dallas has Witten and Martellus Bennett so I would say no.

Atlanta is a chance as Gonzalez is old.

San Diego is a chance as Gates is getting old.

No to San Francisco, Vernon Davis is young.

No to Tampa Bay as KII is young and paid for.

No to Pittsburgh as they like more complete TEs and Jimmy ain't blocking anyone for a little while.

Maybe to Philadelphia as I'm sure Reid would love to creat some mismatches with Jimmy Graham and they only have Celek who is dependable but not really a game changer,

Oakland is crazy. They have a good young TE in Zach Miller but Oakland is notz. For Jimmys' sake I hope not.

Olsen in Chicago might get traded and Mike Martz has his tight ends as small tackles. I say no.

So after that review Atlanta looks very promising. Philadelphia, Indianapolis, San Diego are other possibilities. IMO of course;)

DZ8

I appreciate Steven Wesley but he can't ride a skateboard like my man... TELEMAQUE!

solarcane

I am truly the kiss of death

Who else's LOF ends up an obese third teamer on probation before spring break is even over?

DZ8

http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/player/_/stat/receiving/sort/receptions

My source for the stats.

SOUP

Whipple would be taking a demotion to go from assistant HC and OC at Miami to the HC of UCF. Now way he bounces for small potatoes like that.

Posted by: Fighting Ibis | April 10, 2010 at 12:34 AM

NOT SO FAST MY FRIEND!

U think UCF stays "small potatoes" forever?

U don't think MIRACLE WHIP wants to be a HC and soon?

U don't think UCF becomes the new USF, eventually join a major conference and then surpass the Bulls?

Largest student body in FL, 5th largest nationally, located in Central Florida, no other market competition NFL of college?

U don't think there is enough talent in FL for them to be good, really good in the next 5-10 years if they can start winning and have a HC with Whip's record for producing offense?

DZ8

solar why don't you pick Terrel Pryor? Help our team out some brother...

SOUP

UCF in the Bowl Championship Series

Who is in the BCS? Who is not in the BCS? Maybe the most frequently asked question in college football since the inception of this popular postseason format in 1998.

Fans and followers of UCF Football should know the Knights are in the Bowl Championship Series.

Starting in 2006 and running through the 2009 season, the BCS, an arrangement of five bowl games, is managed by the commissioners of the 11 NCAA Division I-A conferences, the director of athletics at the University of Notre Dame, and representatives of the bowl organizations. Among the inclusive conferences is Conference USA, of which UCF is a proud member.

How can UCF get into a BCS bowl game then? The Knights can qualify for a BCS game if either: A. Finishes in the top 12 of the final BCS Standings, or, B. Ranked in the top 16 of the final BCS Standings and its ranking in the final BCS Standings is higher than that of a champion of a conference that has an annual automatic berth in one of the BCS bowls.

To put into perspective, Notre Dame would automatically qualify for a BCS bowl if it is in the top eight of the final BCS Standings, whereas, a team from Conference USA would automatically qualify, thus having greater access, if it were among the top 16 teams in the final BCS Standings.

86Cane

solar why don't you pick Terrel Pryor? Help our team out some brother...

Posted by: DZ8 | April 10, 2010 at 11:19 AM

LMAO!

DZ8

Any school in the state of Florida has the potential to be a powerhouse, some more than others. The question is does Whipple want to do the heavy lifitng that is neccesary at the begining of a rise to dominance/relevance?

86Cane

DZ8...The top 12 in catches AND/OR yards reads something like this from the NFL web site:

1. Gonzalez, Chiefs 96
2. Whitten, Cowboys 81
3. Cooley, Redskins 83
4. Clark, Colts 77
5. Daniels, Texans 70
6. Gates, Chargers 60
7. Miller, Raiders 56
8. Denver
9. Seattle
10. Minnesaota
11. New Orleans
12. Chicago

Which team needs Graham, takes him in the NFL draft? You choose SD, are there others likely to pick him?

solarcane

dz

lol ya you got a point!

86Cane

LoF
Berry/ Spence

Posted by: LatinCane | April 10, 2010 at 10:53 AM

Oye, albondiga, y ahora vienes para hablar aqui con migo? Mi hermano, tu eres un Cubanaso de verdad. Sin verguensa!

solarcane

Whipple has a big ego.

Big egos don't stand in the background forever.

Whipple isn't gonna pass Randy as head coach at Miami

Whipple isn't going to be here too much longer after Jacory leaves, they might both end up on the same NFL team together.

Miami was the smallest of potatoes before Schnell got here.

solarcane

soup I sent you part one
you might have to reformat it to a text document.

out to weed eat and suck in a couple cubic yards of fresh pollen.

DZ8

Heck ya they're are others... like I said Atl., Phi., Ind., maybe even Minnesota. Kids got talent and immense potential so even if a team is set at TE right now they take him and immediately have a seam breaking field stretcher. In a couple of years they have an all around tight end.

and solar... I'm just asking you to think a little before you go choosing your LOF. For the good of the team my man, the good of the team. :)

Fighting Ibis

NOT SO FAST MY FRIEND!

U think UCF stays "small potatoes" forever?

U don't think MIRACLE WHIP wants to be a HC and soon?

U don't think UCF becomes the new USF, eventually join a major conference and then surpass the Bulls?

Posted by: SOUP | April 10, 2010 at 11:17 AM

No I don't. You mean UCF might rise up like the almighty Bulls? LOL!

I don't think Whipple left the NFL and came to Miami to jump ship for small potatoes like UCF. He won't have to either. When our offense blows the doors off some teams this year he'll be able to go just about wherever he wants.

Someone said Whipple has a big ego and big egos don't stand in the background for very long. You think that big ego wants to go try his luck at UCF when bigger fish will be knocking on the door? Hell Hurtt got a better gig by going to Louisville than Whipple would if he chose UCF.

You don't send a Norm Chow pedigree OC to UCF to hope and see if he can turn them into a powerhouse.

bg1906

ESPN’s Top 25

1 Alabama
2 Ohio State
3 Boise State
4 Texas
5 Virginia Tech
6 TCU
7 Florida
8 Iowa
9 Nebraska
10 Oregon
11 Wisconsin
12 Oklahoma
13 Miami
14 LSU
15 USC
16 Pittsburgh
17 Georgia Tech
18 Arkansas
19 Penn State
20 Oregon State
21 Florida State
22 Cincinnati
23 Georgia
24 Stanford
25 North Carolina

We play: #2 Ohio State, #5 Virginia Tech, #16 Pittsburgh, #17 Georgia Tech, #21 Florida State, and #25 North Carolina

That is 6 games vs ranked opponents based on preseason. By season’s end you may see USF and/or Clemson ranked as well. So that is 50% or more of our schedule against ranked opponents. IF we can stay healthy, we’ll probably be favored in all our games except Ohio State and VTech. We got a SHOT this year to REALLY makes some SERIOUS noise on the national scene. But we HAVE to stay healthy at critical positions (QB and OL on Offense and LB and CB on Defense)

solarcane

bg thayts true. you can also forget UNC being ranked when we play them, after LSU defeats them right off the get go on national tv.

DZ8

Where do they play? Neutral field or at UNC I would put my money on them. They still have a chance even @ LSU... IMO, of course.

solarcane

In 16 years as a lower tier head coach Whipple pulled off 1, that's one small college NC.

I think a few people forget BC passed on him as a HC just a little while back.

You don't think he would love to be a real HC at a real school?

The kool aid is in early this year

IraqiCane

Does anyone know anything about this kid?
Daniel Lasco | RB
Scouts Grade
Hometown The Woodlands, TX
High School The Woodlands High School
Height 6'1"
Weight 190 lbs.

Daniel Lasco (The Woodlands, Texas): Lasco may be the fastest straight-line back in the state with a burst that he has shown since his freshman year in the playoffs against Spring Westfield. Lasco is at his best when making one cut and accelerating vertically. Four programs appear to have distanced themselves from the others. Miami, TCU, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State are reportedly the front-runners. He has been on a pair of unofficial visits to Miami and has walked away very impressed each time.

Lasco has offers from Miami, TCU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Wake Forest, Texas Tech, Houston, Baylor and Mississippi State among others. He enters his senior season with nearly 3,000 career rushing yards.


GO CANES!!!

solarcane

dz
they play in the chick fila ( sp) kickoff classic in atlanta
like we did against florida then vt did against alabama

Six

What UCF needs is some offensive help

Their Defense wasn't all that bad, had more playmakers on it than the O did

The O did enough to beat a Houston team though that was putting Arena Football type stats up on people

All UCF really had was Brynn Harvey - guy ran for almost 1,200 yards

Brett Hodges didn't exactly have Hankie, Aldarius, Byrd, Pimp, Benjamin, Streeter, KT, Graham, Epps to throw to either

You get a good offensive mind in there at UCF, get a couple of playmakers and improve the defense just a little bit - that's not a bad team

That Legoland aluminum stadium they have will be collapse from all the students going nuts, by jumpin up/down from the scoring if that happens

solarcane

dz they will be on espn for their spring game in a minute
check out their qb woes. except for a fantastic defense they have absolutely no strength.

DZ8

solar

I've previously made the comment that Whipple mus interview like Will Ferrel and John C. Reilly in Step Brothers.

The guy has been up for numerous jobs at not very marquee D1 schools and keeps getting turned down. I think he is a good offensive mind, not great, who you figure would've had a chance by now. Sometimes its who knows you in the head coaching/admin of football world and maybe he doesn't have as manny buddies in high places.

Don't know for sure but I think next year will be his last at The U. And I won't be shocked if he goes right up the street to UCF.

Esteban

UCF got some talent coming in - all them Central dudes including Godfrey the QB.

DZ8

I can't watch it now, maybe it'll be replayed later. I know thay are unproven at QB and WR. Will research what their O line looks like. What is your take on their O line solar?

I think their defense is better than LSUs offense and their offense will be able to be a little productive against LSUs defense. It'll be a battle but this is pretty much how Butch likes his teams.

We shall see. Haven't done too much research yet, just my gut. I could do a 180 by the time the season actually gets here.

Six

UCF was 48th in the nation overall in Total Defense last year

Ahead of teams like GTech, Cincinnati, Auburn, California, Mich State, Washington, Michigan, Notre Dame, Arkansas, Florida State

They were also 4th in the nation in Rushing Defense and 6th in the nation in Sacks


Their Pass Defense wasn't that great, way down at 113th .... it's odd b/c they were ranked so high in Sacks


solarcane

dz
I think Whipple is a good to very good OC.
I think he is a hard worker and would want the challenge of HC at a D1 school.

It seems people judge what others would do by using their own ambition as a guide.

If you would only accept a real good job that is running itself and not want the challenge of creating something, then you would say ____________ would never do that.
Thankfully ther are coaches out there that take programs and turn them into contenders, rather than say, I'm not up to it.

DZ8

and before Brynn Harvey they had Kevin Smith so they do know how to run the ball. The stage is being set up there. They need another coach to take it to the next level.

I think USF has that coach now in Skip Holtz.

solarcane

dz
here is the UNC depth chart


check out all the starting seniors and juniors on defense. 10 returning starters on the 6th ranked defense from last year.

Offense
Left Tackle
71 - Carl Gaskins (6-5, 300, Jr.)
68 - James Hurst (6-7, 305, Fr.)
75 - T.J. Leifheit (6-7, 320, Fr.)

Left Guard
70 - Alan Pelc (6-6, 325, Sr.)
67 - Greg Elleby (6-5, 295, Sr.)

Center
64 - Jonathan Cooper (6-3, 295, So.)
65 - Cam Holland (6-2, 300, Jr.)

Right Guard
76 - Travis Bond (6-7, 320, So.)
62 - David Collins (6-8, 300, Fr.*)

Right Tackle
66 - Mike Ingersoll (6-5, 300, Sr.)
73 - Brennan Williams (6-7, 285, So.)

Tight End
17 - Zack Pianalto (6-4, 255, Sr.)
80 - Ed Barham (6-3, 265, Sr.)

H-Back
49 - Ryan Taylor (6-3, 240, Sr.)
33 - Christian Wilson (6-3, 235, Jr.)

Quarterback
13 - T.J. Yates (6-3, 220, Sr.)
2 - Bryn Renner (6-3,195, Fr.*)
14 - Braden Hanson (6-6, 200, So.)

Fullback
45 - Devon Ramsay (6-2, 245, Jr.)
6 - Anthony Elzy (5-10, 215, Sr.)

Tailback
20 - Shaun Draughn (6-0, 210, Sr.)
32 - Ryan Houston (6-2, 245, Sr.)
34 - Johnny White (5-10, 205, Sr.)

Wide Receiver
Greg Little (6-3, 215, Sr.)
87 - Jheranie Boyd (6-2, 185, So.)

Wide Receiver
88 - Erik Highsmith (6-3, 175, So.)
83 - Dwight Jones (6-4, 220, Jr.)

Defense
Left Defensive End
90 - Quinton Coples (6-6, 275, Jr.)
98 - Donte Paige-Moss (6-4, 250, So.)

Left Defensive Tackle
9 - Marvin Austin (6-3, 305, Sr.)
78 - Jordan Nix (6-4, 285, Jr.)

Right Defensive Tackle
91 - Tydreke Powell (6-3, 300, Jr.)
97 - Jared McAdoo (6-3, 295, Fr.*)

Right Defensive End
42 - Robert Quinn (6-5, 270, Jr.)
94 - Michael McAdoo (6-7, 245, Jr.)

Will Linebacker
52 - Quan Sturdivant (6-2, 235, Sr.)
47 - Zach Brown (6-2, 225, Jr.)

Mike Linebacker
48 - Kevin Reddick (6-3, 230, So.)
41 - Shane Mularkey (6-2, 210, So.)

Sam Linebacker
54 - Bruce Carter (6-3, 230, Sr.)
57 - Dion Guy (6-4, 225, So.)

Cornerback
12 - Charles Brown (5-10, 205, Sr.)
7 - Mywan Jackson (5-11, 175, So.)

Strong Safety
21 - Da'Norris Searcy (6-0, 210, Sr.)
28 - Jonathan Smith (6-2, 210, Sr.)

Free Safety
27 - Deunta Williams (6-2, 210, Sr.)
25 - Matt Merletti (5-11, 200, Jr.)
29 - Brian Gupton (6-3, 195, Jr.)

Cornerback
16 - Kendric Burney (5-9, 190, Sr.)
37 - LeCount Fantroy (5-11, 185, Jr.)

Special Teams
Place-kicker/Kickoff
11 - Casey Barth (5-11, 180, Jr.)
19 - Trase Jones (6-0, 185, Sr.) - WO

Punter
39 - Grant Schallock (6-7, 225, Jr.)
30 - C.J. Feagles (6-0, 185, Fr.*)

Kickoff Return
34 - Johnny White (5-10, 205, Sr.)
8 - Greg Little (6-3, 215, Sr.)
12 - Charles Brown (5-10, 205, Sr.)

Punt Return
21 - Da'Norris Searcy (6-0, 210, Sr.)
16 - Kendric Burney (5-9, 190, Sr.)

Deep Snapper
61 - Mark House (6-1, 220, Sr.)
51 - Trevor Stuart (6-3, 245, Sr.)

Holder
19 - Trase Jones (6-0, 185, Sr.) -

Offense
Left Tackle
71 - Carl Gaskins (6-5, 300, Jr.)
68 - James Hurst (6-7, 305, Fr.)
75 - T.J. Leifheit (6-7, 320, Fr.)

Left Guard
70 - Alan Pelc (6-6, 325, Sr.)
67 - Greg Elleby (6-5, 295, Sr.)

Center
64 - Jonathan Cooper (6-3, 295, So.)
65 - Cam Holland (6-2, 300, Jr.)

Right Guard
76 - Travis Bond (6-7, 320, So.)
62 - David Collins (6-8, 300, Fr.*)

Right Tackle
66 - Mike Ingersoll (6-5, 300, Sr.)
73 - Brennan Williams (6-7, 285, So.)

Tight End
17 - Zack Pianalto (6-4, 255, Sr.)
80 - Ed Barham (6-3, 265, Sr.)

H-Back
49 - Ryan Taylor (6-3, 240, Sr.)
33 - Christian Wilson (6-3, 235, Jr.)

Quarterback
13 - T.J. Yates (6-3, 220, Sr.)
2 - Bryn Renner (6-3,195, Fr.*)
14 - Braden Hanson (6-6, 200, So.)

Fullback
45 - Devon Ramsay (6-2, 245, Jr.)
6 - Anthony Elzy (5-10, 215, Sr.)

Tailback
20 - Shaun Draughn (6-0, 210, Sr.)
32 - Ryan Houston (6-2, 245, Sr.)
34 - Johnny White (5-10, 205, Sr.)

Wide Receiver
Greg Little (6-3, 215, Sr.)
87 - Jheranie Boyd (6-2, 185, So.)

Wide Receiver
88 - Erik Highsmith (6-3, 175, So.)
83 - Dwight Jones (6-4, 220, Jr.)

Defense
Left Defensive End
90 - Quinton Coples (6-6, 275, Jr.)
98 - Donte Paige-Moss (6-4, 250, So.)

Left Defensive Tackle
9 - Marvin Austin (6-3, 305, Sr.)
78 - Jordan Nix (6-4, 285, Jr.)

Right Defensive Tackle
91 - Tydreke Powell (6-3, 300, Jr.)
97 - Jared McAdoo (6-3, 295, Fr.*)

Right Defensive End
42 - Robert Quinn (6-5, 270, Jr.)
94 - Michael McAdoo (6-7, 245, Jr.)

Will Linebacker
52 - Quan Sturdivant (6-2, 235, Sr.)
47 - Zach Brown (6-2, 225, Jr.)

Mike Linebacker
48 - Kevin Reddick (6-3, 230, So.)
41 - Shane Mularkey (6-2, 210, So.)

Sam Linebacker
54 - Bruce Carter (6-3, 230, Sr.)
57 - Dion Guy (6-4, 225, So.)

Cornerback
12 - Charles Brown (5-10, 205, Sr.)
7 - Mywan Jackson (5-11, 175, So.)

Strong Safety
21 - Da'Norris Searcy (6-0, 210, Sr.)
28 - Jonathan Smith (6-2, 210, Sr.)

Free Safety
27 - Deunta Williams (6-2, 210, Sr.)
25 - Matt Merletti (5-11, 200, Jr.)
29 - Brian Gupton (6-3, 195, Jr.)

Cornerback
16 - Kendric Burney (5-9, 190, Sr.)
37 - LeCount Fantroy (5-11, 185, Jr.)

Special Teams
Place-kicker/Kickoff
11 - Casey Barth (5-11, 180, Jr.)
19 - Trase Jones (6-0, 185, Sr.) - WO

Punter
39 - Grant Schallock (6-7, 225, Jr.)
30 - C.J. Feagles (6-0, 185, Fr.*)

Kickoff Return
34 - Johnny White (5-10, 205, Sr.)
8 - Greg Little (6-3, 215, Sr.)
12 - Charles Brown (5-10, 205, Sr.)

Punt Return
21 - Da'Norris Searcy (6-0, 210, Sr.)
16 - Kendric Burney (5-9, 190, Sr.)

Deep Snapper
61 - Mark House (6-1, 220, Sr.)
51 - Trevor Stuart (6-3, 245, Sr.)

Holder
19 - Trase Jones (6-0, 185, Sr.) -

Six

The Offense is UCFs problem

They were 87th in the nation overall in Total Offense last year

But still, ahead of teams like UCLA, Iowa, Arizona State, Nebraska, LSU


So let's see, UCF in Total Offense last year was ranked higher than:

Norm Chow (UCLA)
Ken O'Keefe (Iowa)
Dennis Erickson/Noel Mazzone (Ariz State)
Shawn Watson (Nebraska)
Les Miles/Gary Crowton (LSU)


That's somewhat embarrassing for those big name programs that can basically pull any athlete that they want, from anywhere

solarcane

How we ranked during the last decade

2000 #2

2001 #1

2002 #2

2003 #5

2004 #11

2005 #17

2006 # unranked

2007 # unranked

2008 # unranked

2009 # 19

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