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September 29, 2010



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rock on native!


Texas peewee coaches role model hi lites

http://cbs4.com/video/[email protected]&hbx.hra=Southflorida-LAN&hbx.cmp.c1=video+90855689&hbx.cmp.c3=641&hbx.cmp.c2=160+x+600+90855689&hbx.cmp=AFC-Sou
so the teams get banned because the coaches fight, real fair to the kids.


man, 86th in total defense out of 120 teams.

We should score some serious points


Solar, I know that I know that I know that
the call name Randy has a big time edge
over a ridiculous name like Dabo!

Go Canes!!!


What the heck exactly is a Dabo??
I have a dado for my table saw, but Dabo is a new one


Urban is so great...No arrests in the last two weeks...He is on a roll.

Plus he is so great that Chris Rainey will play Against Mississippi State in two weeks.

Rainey, one of Florida's more dynamic offensive players, was arrested Sept. 14 and charged with aggravated stalking, a third-degree felony. He allegedly sent a woman a threatening text message that read, in part, "Time to die ...."

Urban is the greatest to promote his dirty program...Try to win at any cost...Remember Tebow last year playing the next game after a concussion...Also Demps who was in a boot until today with a sprained ankle that he just reinjured... well...He will make him play against Bama and now this with Rainey...Nice Job Urban Cryer...

Just remember last year the QB from Oregon got suspended for the year just for punching an arrogant Boise State player who walk to him after the game talking trash...

I wonder where is the NCAA in all of this???

They probably prefer to go after players who got free meals...This is much more important...LOL....


Dabo (ダボ Dabo) is a Japanese rapper. He first appeared on the Japanese hip-hop scene in the 1990s, collaborating in a Shakkazombie song, Tomo ni ikkou. He became a member of Nitro Microphone Underground in 1997. In 1999 he released his first single, Mr. Fudatzkee. He was the first rapper signed by DefJam Japan.


who the heck named these coaches?

Dabo Swinney
Houston Nutt
Joker Phillips
Jimo Fisher
June Jones
Bo Pelini
Ruffin McNeil
Doc Holiday
Bronko Mendenhall
Urban Meyer

and last but not least

Sonny Dykes

I remember when Tommy Tubberville was a weird name lol!


thanks native

Man the dude doesn't even look Asian on the sidelines


FACT: Clemson QB Kyle Parker is a dual sport athlete who was drafted in the 2010 MLB draft. He could be making millions right now.

He will get his fisrt pay check Oct. 1st this week.


Me and the Mrs. are rollin out of the 352 at 8:00 am Northbound to Ga. We will be in helen 4:00ish...We will be in touch with 86 during the day.
On our way Brudda :)

the "U" is America's team

37-10 canes


looking forward to it my friend!!!


Q: What is the difference between a Clemson cheerleader and a catfish?
A: One has whiskers and smells; the other is a fish.

Go Canes!!!

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

unning up scores, as much as it's bred in their blood isn't what they do best. lol

Posted by: solarcane | September 29, 2010 at 09:34 PM


LOL, true and funny. But if they can they will.

Also, I need to correct my earlier statement about McDaniel being out of position and costing Clemson the game-changing TD. It was the other safety #31. #2 was covering a WR one on one on the other side of the field.

Which proves my point. He's the best player they have but it doesn't mean much if his supporting cast effs up.


Capt I was just messin with you lol!

Roger Staubach is one of my favorite athletes of all time.
If that guy isn't
a warrior nobody is, right?


I don't want to go overboard on McDaniel,
I am just cautious of his all around ability. That dude can hit too.
Whipple has watched him last year and this year.
Whip should have something ready at just the right time.


Future Hurricane All American running back.
this one you can put in the bank


Ray Lewis's son has big time future

By Mike Bakas

Posted Sep 22, 2010

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Ray Lewis is widely considered the best linebacker to ever play and the name will likely continue on for many years, thanks to sophomore running back prospect Ray Lewis III.

"He's a big time football player," Lake Mary Prep coach Buck Gurley, a former NFL player, said. "He has everything you look for and is going to be really special."
Those are strong words coming from the coach. However, Ray Lewis III is a big-time football player and a lot more people are starting to find out. Through three games this season, Lewis has been outstanding. Two weeks ago, against Windermere Prep, Lewis had over 500 yards of total yards.

"It started off, I was just ready to play that game," Lewis said. "It was our first home game and I wanted to make a statement. I had a lot of punt return yards, I had two receptions, I went 6-for-6 at quarterback, and I had a lot of rushing yards. The thing about that game is that I actually got hit in the stomach with a helmet and was I was throwing up on the sideline at one point. I even started cramping. It was just a great game."

Lewis, 5-foot-9 and 175 pounds, ran for over 1,000 yards as a freshman while splitting time with a senior back. He's now emerging as one of the best sophomore running back prospects in all of Florida.

"I have one of the best coaches who really stays on me and he walks me through everything," he said. "I have an offensive line that blocks for me and I put in a lot of hard work. Plus, I have a real strong passion for the game."

A lot of that passion stems from being the son of one of the best players in NFL history.

"I have a good relationship with my dad," he said. "He helps me with everything. Whenever he has a bye week, he'll come down to watch me. I spend most of my summer up there with him. We talk all the time."

Although he's just a sophomore, college coaches from all over know about his special talents already. When asked for his favorite college team, there wasn't much hesitation.

"Miami," he said. "I like Miami and no other school. I understand that when it comes time to get recruited, I will consider all the schools who offer me but if I had a dream, it would be to play at Miami like my father."

The talented sophomore says the Miami coaches already know all about him.

"My mom and dad are friends with Coach Shannon and I've been there a bunch," he said. "I've gone to games, into the locker room, talked to Coach Shannon, all that. They can't really start recruiting me until next year but I definitely have a good relationship with them already."

Just as impressive as Lewis is on the field, he gets it done off it as well.

"He's such a great kid," Gurley said. "He works out, he's in AP classes, and is all-around a great kid."

Lewis, who has been at Lake Mary Prep since fourth grade, says he puts a lot of emphasis on academics.

"My mom makes sure I stay on my grades," he said. "I'm taking one pre-AP class and the rest honors right now and I have two A's, four B's, and one C."

With the size, speed, production, bloodlines, athleticism, and academic progress, Lewis has all the tools to become an elite prospect for the Class of 2013.

Stay tuned, as Scout will follow Lewis throughout his prep career at Lake Mary Prep.

Get inside coverage of your favorite team. Click here now to get started.


Weather forcast for Clemson at game time


74°F Sunny no chance of rain

And 100% chance of a Hurricane between 12:00pm and 3:30pm...No overtime!


"Miami," he said. "I like Miami and no other school. "

His dad would be a pretty fair linebacker coach too.


it will be Dead Valley by the 4th qtr


FACT: Miami first 3 opponents - FAMU, Ohio State, Pitt
Clemson's first 3 opponents: North Texas, Presbyterian, Auburn.


The Canes have played much better competition than Clemson thus far. The Canes o-line and d-line went up against Ohio States lines and played well. The o-line was inconsistent against Pitt, but that issue (FIGS being moved back to guard) has been dealt with.

The Clemson offense hasnt faced a defense this good as yet. The Canes has at Ohio State. You take away the Qb's mistakes and thats a different ball game.

Guys, the secondary is playing lights out. Parker wont have anyone to throw too so the key will be to contain Parker when he scrambles.

J-12 wont throw any pics in this game.

30-12 Canes!


We will be in touch with 86 during the day.
On our way Brudda :)

Posted by: OCALACANE | September 29, 2010 at 10:00 PM




Solar thanks for sharing the story on Ray's son.




DEFINITIONS: The Swedish word for a pine cone; also known as a common rythmic pattern of African bongo playing; otherwise known as a guy from New Jersey; or a slimy scale from a Tarpon fish.


Greetings from reality fellas I am finally finished doing these Iep's. Got a question about the Lee County, Charlotte County area. My mother relocating down there and is asking about what areas are safe? Anyone know of a good, safe, affordable area either in Ft.Myers, Estero, Port Charlotte or Cape Coral? We used to live in both Ft. Myers and Cape Coral and from what I can remember Cape Coral was rough in certain areas. Too many gangs but I love Sanibel and Siesta Key/Sarasota area. Let me know if you guys have an idea about some nice areas.
On another note about this game U know I have to make my prediction and if I may say so I am 3-0 right now. I do realize that I changed some of my intial teams that I picked to beat Miami right after the Ohio State game. Which I guess would be considered cheating in a way but hey what do u do. Here is my thoughts this game will be decided by our O line and offense. Yes the defense has to play good but they are going to score, face it. We just need to put up points and get into some type of harmonic rhythm. I have seen more rhythm out of a YMCA Flag football team, cmon Miami.. If we can score early and take the lead and play Miami d we will win. Clemson will be using this game as there motivation after that heartbreaking loss to Auburn. I do not see Clemson losing two games in a row and most def not at home. Miami puts up a good fight but in the end we lose this one.

Miami 24
Clemson 31


Solar u 4got 1 name...wtf is a :
Gaylin Hall


Bum Phillips is a good one.


you got it, that's a classic, how I forgot that one I don't know!

catch you guys tomorrow



All Canes players should look at this!



Thanks for the Ray Lewis III story solar.


Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | September 29, 2010 at 09:18 PM

LOL, good stuff Captain. All I know is I'll be pissed when I see any team running up the score on one of our service academies. U make good points but thats just how I feel.
(Like someone might be able to burn the flag for their freedom of speech but please don't do it around me:)

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

DZ8, that's a totally different thing. lol TOTALLY.

Every American is as much American as the guys in the academies. Americans put their lives on the line everyday just going to work. It's been that way since before we were a country.

However, I don't call it running up the score if you're just running your offense and the other team can't stop you.

Like what Spurrier used to do. He was using those little schools to teach his QB's how to play. It wasn't personal.

I wish we'd done that with J12 against FAMU to be honest. Leave him in their for the 3rd Q and really air it out and get into a groove. I think that hurt him going into OSU honestly.

But I see your point symbolically.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

If we can score early and take the lead and play Miami d we will win. Clemson will be using this game as there motivation after that heartbreaking loss to Auburn. I do not see Clemson losing two games in a row and most def not at home. Miami puts up a good fight but in the end we lose this one.

Miami 24
Clemson 31

Posted by: elliott | September 29, 2010 at 11:01 PM


Elliot, Clemson's offense isn't that good, nor is their defense.

You'll see.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Clemson played two cupcakes. Miami only played one.

Advantage: Miami.


SS- Herbie

Herbstreit reiterated his deep belief in the Hurricanes' ability to run the table: "If I were a Miami Hurricane fan, instead of spending time worrying about Jacory Harris and taking shots at him, I would be looking at this week as pretty much, if you win this game, Miami's not losing another game the rest of the year.




All-American safety DeAndre McDaniel intercepted two of Jacory Harris' passes and ran one back for a touchdown in Clemson's 2009 overtime victory against the University of Miami.

``I'm from the state of Florida, so it felt real good,'' the Tallahassee native said this week by phone. ``Especially against Miami.''

Clemson's 6-1, 215-pound projected first-round draft choice, with eight interceptions and 102 tackles last season, said the Tigers have been studying Harris and his UM receivers extra diligently.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/09/30/1849489/clemson-safety-studying-for-picks.html#ixzz110H2DQsc

Manny- Dabo

Swinney said he was impressed by the growth he's seen from UM's defense under second-year defensive coordinator John Lovett. They key will be the battle up front. The Tigers have only given up two sacks this season -- one against Presbyterian and another in their loss to Auburn.

Read more: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2010/09/swinney-says-clemson-has-to-put-heat-on-jacory.html#ixzz110J1DJqV



UM's 2008 recruiting class was ranked No. 1 by ESPN. Clemson's was No. 2. "That was 2008," UM linebacker Sean Spence said. "This is 2010. We're going to see who's the best team, not the best class


Jorge- More Dabo



Then, Herbstreit reiterated his deep belief in the Hurricanes' ability to run the table: "If I were a Miami Hurricane fan, instead of spending time worrying about Jacory Harris and taking shots at him, I would be looking at this week as pretty much, if you win this game, Miami's not losing another game the rest of the year. That's how much is at stake this week. I don't see anyone beating Miami. I've told you since August, this team's gonna win 10 or 11 games and go to a BCS bowl game, and I don't see any reason to change my mind. This game Saturday at Clemson is two of the best teams in the ACC going at it. I think Miami wins this game and goes on to win the rest of their games."

But what about Florida State? "Florida State's getting better. I'm not buying in yet, but they're definitely looking better."
-Kirk Herbstreit on the Joe Rose Show earlier

Posted by: Playa..The Blogger Formerly Known as Rashad | September 29, 2010 at 01:07 PM

That is absolutely correct!


Fox- Video: Randy - Jabo


the "U" is America's team

I wanna see datboy (dabo) in some pain from watchin his team go down hard !!!!!


Herbstreit reiterated his deep belief in the Hurricanes' ability to run the table: "If I were a Miami Hurricane fan, instead of spending time worrying about Jacory Harris and taking shots at him, I would be looking at this week as pretty much, if you win this game, Miami's not losing another game the rest of the year.

Posted by: NativeCane | September 30, 2010 at 05:22 AM

Not to bash Herbie, who I like very much as a commentator, but he has been saying this for three years now. And he has been WRONG.

Let's hope THIS year he is RIGHT!


Solar/Ocala...I'm out of the 904 at 1 PM.

Call me then so we can coordinate.





28-17 Canes win


The winner of this years Tour De France Alberto Contador tested postive for a banned substance during the race????????

I am shocked and stunned that illegal doping has crossed over into that sport

Yeah right


Everyone does steroids except Lance Armstrong......people get real.....tons of athletes are taking steroids!


Albert Pujols doesn't take steroids and either does Matt Bosher!


from bg1906 (from Latwans facebook)

I LOVE COACH SHANNON. HE IS EVERYTHING I EXPECTED (something like that, I'm paraphrasing)

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