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November 07, 2010

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SOUP

Here is the new topic for DISCUSSION:

Which ACC coordinator is most likely to be a head coach in the near future?

SlingBlade

all we need to do is take it one game at a time and things will play out...we win at GT and UNC wins against VT, then the following week will be for the ACC Championship game...and if FSU wins out we get the rematch if UNC beats NCST...do we really want a rematch against FSU though...i say he11 yeah


whos going to the VT game? i know i will be there...im kinda hoping it isnt a night game...might be too cold..initial forecast say 82 for the high and 62 for the low...that means low 70's for the game if its at night....but then again who doesnt like playing under the lights

canechic

Response to Zakkee,

I agree Zakkee, I just want to be cautious before I crown another king.

I bet Soup could go back in the archives and pull up some comments from when J12 took over for Marve. I am sure today's comments are very similar.

I also agree that everyone needs a good slap in the face from time to time. J12 may be living on a pedestal but we had a hand in putting him there. Just take a slow and steady approach and let's not crown Morris the next king of the team.

Posted by: canechic | November 07, 2010 at 12:09 PM

SlingBlade

Here is the new topic for DISCUSSION:

Which ACC coordinator is most likely to be a head coach in the near future?

Posted by: SOUP | November 07, 2010 at 12:05 PM

imma have to say Al Groh...unless the goes to the NFL as a Def. Co.

if not him then im going with Stoops from FSU...

BEERicane

Bud Foster

SOUP

whos going to the VT game? i know i will be there...im kinda hoping it isnt a night game...might be too cold.

Posted by: SlingBlade | November 07, 2010 at 12:09 PM

I'LL BE THERE!

Solar was going to go but he had to back out. I know Monty is in and maybe Six. I am pretty sure that Canechic, Canezilla, Sarasota, CaneSteeler, pbcfr13, Fran and others will be there also.

Solar I offered Six your tix because I know U would approve.

SOUP

I bet Soup could go back in the archives and pull up some comments from when J12 took over for Marve. I am sure today's comments are very similar.

Posted by: canechic | November 07, 2010 at 12:11 PM

U are 100% correct Canechic.

The difference is that J12 has had MORE than his fair chance and failed. Morris deserves his chance is all we are saying.

To early to annoint him KING, but at least he deserves his fair chance to take over the Kingdom don't U think?

SlingBlade

one thing i noticed about the game was the obviouse...alot of running plays were called, but as the game wore on there were more and more pass plays called as whipple got more confidence in morris' play and abilities...there were several pass plays where the ball was put in a tight spot with perfect timing between defenders...passes that jacory can not make because of his lack of velocity...and there were the two ints. they were just bad throws...the first one you can forgive because it was from lack of experience, not looking for the linebacker dropping into coverage...but the second one was just plain bad....


one other thing to think about...there were at least 5 dropped passes, two by benjamin alone...if those were caught morris would of thrown for over 300yds easily...and he has great touch on those long balls and they get there quick...

one thing that was evident was the effort by the offense was 100% better than last week...just look at the play from benjamin where he caught the pass and ran all over the field making people miss, instead of just running out of bounds...

if this effort continues the rest of the year there will be alot more kool-aide than first aid...

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Leadership is "organizing a group of people to achieve a common goal."

Students of leadership have produced theories involving traits,[2] situational interaction, function, behavior, power, vision and values,[3] charisma, and intelligence among others.

Arieu, A. defines a leader as "a person capable of inspiring and associate others with a dream."
Posted by: SOUP | November 07, 2010 at 11:28 AM

>>>>>>>>>>


Very, very, very, very GOOD!

WindyCane1

Massive, THIS PICTURE SAYS IT ALL!!!


http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/colleges/um/

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 07, 2010 at 10:35 A

this photo you posted says it all. That is what I saw on the sideline that I have not seen in a while. I am not saying Morris is the next great QB just yet, but I am saying his big arm fits our talent and Whipple's offense better than J12. J12 has not improved and his stats show it. J12 has a better OL this year and better and more experienced RBs and WRs yet he still makes the same mistakes over and over. You cannot close your eyes and pretend he will get better. He won't because he is not developing those leadership qualities.

You also see M17 more engaged with his teammates and coaches on both sides of the ball and you see that more with successful teams.

As a true Cane QB, he helped improve the Canes from the days of Freeman, Wright and Marve. But for the Canes to go to the next level they need a QB that is at least a top 25 QB. The focus has to be on your coaches and teammates, not about your brand on twitter. The old Cane leaders loved the U and loved to be hated and fed off of the anger on the football field.

Posted by: WindyCane1 | November 07, 2010 at 12:19 PM
Take me to your leader is a good article. This team needss more leaders at every position not just QB.

SOUP

RE-POST FROM THE LAST:

Also canechic, I feel like you are calling for sensitivity for Jacory more than anything, and I agree wholeheartedly (I don't want him to hurt physically or emotionally). This summer when Lebron James chose to take his talents to Collins, Ocean, and Washington..lol! Your posts towards the average Ohioans sentiments about the way he handled things (no one was mad that he wanted to play for the Heat--it was clearly about the way he did things leading up to his decision--which he's recently admitted himself..was wrong) was very insensitive. You said that we had sour grapes, needed to get lives, fall back, get over it, etc etc.. I don't believe that athletes are beyond reproach, *especially* when they are the types who demand attention, set themselves up for press, and are focused on developing "brands" by all means necessary. I don't believe we have to cheer for an athlete for life (no matter what they do personally or their performance in games), just because we have in the past. You can't stress sensitivity only when it consorts your views, you have to lead by example in all situations.

Not calling you out..you are my Cane sis (you know that)! Just checking you (out of love)...not disrespecting you!

Posted by: Zakkee | November 07, 2010 at 12:16 PM

SlingBlade

ive seen some people debate back and forth who should start the VT game if jacory is healthy and morris plays good vs GT...i think Dan Morgan said it best friday on the radio...i dont care about the losing jacory if you bench him...its all about winning and thats what coach shannon is supposed to be doing...WINNING


another caller said that we should turn the page on jacory and let morris play because he obviously has more talent...and he is gonna make mistakes but that is to be expected and we can live with them......

i remember everyone saying the same thing when jacory took over..."he is gonna make mistakes but we can live with them"...well im tired of living with the mistakes...I personally would keep morris in until he proves he fails then go back to jacory and have a 3 man battle for the starting job in the spring....

and we have heard it over and over again about how players use to not take water breaks because they feared that if they came off the field they may lose their job...well isnt jacory off the field....

and if shannon goes with morris the rest of the year and we lose to VT and our bowl game, he has another excuse as to why there wasnt improvement...if he goes with jacory and we lose to VT and our bowl game..he will have to explain why he didnt stick with morris...

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

U are 100% correct Canechic.

The difference is that J12 has had MORE than his fair chance and failed. Morris deserves his chance is all we are saying.

To early to annoint him KING, but at least he deserves his fair chance to take over the Kingdom don't U think?

Posted by: SOUP | November 07, 2010 at 12:20 PM

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Exactamundo. Add to that the indisputable evidence that a STRONG ARM makes all the difference in this offense and it's crystal clear to me who needs to be under center from now on.

A lot of those downfield completions could have easily been INTs if J12 is throwing the ball. It's really that simple.

SOUP

Very, very, very, very GOOD!

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 07, 2010 at 12:26 PM

READ THE BLOG!

U will like it a lot. Trust me!

Zakkee

Yeah, thats true canechic, but whats the similarities between both QB situations? In both situations, one QB wasn't performing well and the other was. As long as performance is the key to the decision-making process..it should be warranted and accepted.

Making a change at QB is one of, if not, the hardest and most sensitive decision to make by a coach in sports. It brings natural sensitivities and opinions, but if its based in performance--personal bias, emotions and favoritism can't seep in (hopefully).

I agree that Morris is not the KING....we don't have one. But I can't ignore the guy who just killed his interview for the position of KING (Morris). You can't teach or cultivate the intangibles like: desire, toughness, heart, leadership, improvisation, poise, and awareness. You can't teach charisma..its innate.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

one thing that was evident was the effort by the offense was 100% better than last week...just look at the play from benjamin where he caught the pass and ran all over the field making people miss, instead of just running out of bounds...

if this effort continues the rest of the year there will be alot more kool-aide than first aid...

Posted by: SlingBlade | November 07, 2010 at 12:21 PM

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LOL, love that. You're dead right. Everything was better, even after his INTs.

Still got a long ways to go though as far intensity but Morris definitely gives new life.

canechic

I am not saying J12 has not has his time and his shot. And I am surely not saying he might turn out to more than average.I am saying be careful in saying Morris is the King. I go way back when we all thought Crudup was the answer. Just saying be cautious. I hope he is better but let him develop because fans have a hand in making players ego maniacs.

Remember too that j12 has had 3 different coordinators.

canechic

And remember the offense was 100% better with Jacory then it was with Marve.

Zakkee

As far as Shannon's QB decision is concerned: if he chooses to start Jacory whenever he's ready and Jacory starts throwing INT's..what is he gonna do then? If he pulls Jacory for Morris, then Jacory will be done (mentally and emotionally) from there on..he won't be able to recover from this (not to mention..the impact on his "brand"). If he ever pulls Jacory outside of an injury, he might quit. I suggest he starts Morris until his bad play warrants him being benched and that way, Jacory would have the ideal role of the hero to save the game. This is the ideal way to bring Jacory back into the game (it would be justifiable to their teammates..and avoid the possible favoritism sentiment). Morris doesn't have a sense of entitlement yet, so we don't have to worry about the approach with him..its more the team's perception that must be guarded.

Posted by: Zakkee | November 07, 2010 at 02:42 AM

This is how Shannon should be thinking IMO.

Great blog SOUP thx!

Six

And Six, further more, I like Morris, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I didn't. Unlike YOU, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I wanted any of these players who are doing the right things on and off the field to fail. Or worse yet, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I found pleasure in a young man suffering a serious concussion because He fell on His "coconut", as you so "articulately" stated...

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 06:21 AM


This is funnier than anything Dane Cook or Whoopi Goldberg has ever said in any of their stand-up or movies

But ya, you're completely right, the Defense carried the day and it wasn't a team effort at all on both sides of the ball


When did I ever claim to be Chris Ault or even K.C. Keeler?

I break down the obvious my man and have been working to try and put it out there objectively


My football knowledge as you said though is very limited ... so limited, I mean it's to the point that I get confused who is even on the field - the Offense or Defense - but I do get jacked up when they score a 3 point shot or run it across the blue line near the goal for a strike

I just know they all wear that helmet thing and they must work out a lot b/c they all have really big square looking shoulders and they all wear those shoes that have little pegs in the bottom of them


I am now going to watch the professional football contest this afternoon, where the Buccaneers of Tampa Bay will take on the Falcons of Atlanta. I hope it does not come down to the Buccaneers kicking that oblong object made of pigskin through the giant "Y" at the end of the field, to triumph in the match.


Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

this photo you posted says it all. That is what I saw on the sideline that I have not seen in a while. I am not saying Morris is the next great QB just yet, but I am saying his big arm fits our talent and Whipple's offense better than J12. J12 has not improved and his stats show it. J12 has a better OL this year and better and more experienced RBs and WRs yet he still makes the same mistakes over and over. You cannot close your eyes and pretend he will get better. He won't because he is not developing those leadership qualities.

You also see M17 more engaged with his teammates and coaches on both sides of the ball and you see that more with successful teams.

As a true Cane QB, he helped improve the Canes from the days of Freeman, Wright and Marve. But for the Canes to go to the next level they need a QB that is at least a top 25 QB. The focus has to be on your coaches and teammates, not about your brand on twitter. The old Cane leaders loved the U and loved to be hated and fed off of the anger on the football field.

Posted by: WindyCane1 | November 07, 2010 at 12:19 PM

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More good points Windy. It's real. RS better recognize reality.

SlingBlade

Brett Romberg said Clinton Portis left the U early because he knew Frank Gore was gonna be the starting RB before he blew out his knee..AS A FRESHMAN...over mcgahee too...so why cant we say the same thing about morris and harris????

i am not saying morris is better than harris...I AM saying let him play until he proves he isnt...

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

And Six, further more, I like Morris, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I didn't. Unlike YOU, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I wanted any of these players who are doing the right things on and off the field to fail. Or worse yet, I wouldn't be a Miami Hurricanes fan if I found pleasure in a young man suffering a serious concussion because He fell on His "coconut", as you so "articulately" stated...

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 06:21 AM

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Rock, I have to defend Six on this one. He and I have gone back and forth but he's definitely NOT one to want someone to fail just because.

J12 has stunk it up this year on the field but more importantly, he's left the team in a dismal state of "leadership", all the while talking about how "he's the leader of the team."

I don't care if he ever suits up again at the U. I really don't. I think this is the lesson he needs to learn but has never learned and since neither his father nor his HC have the sense to teach him, Fortune has stepped in and is teaching him the hard way.

He had his chances, and for the most part pizzed them away.

Football ain't a bureacracy. You don't perform someone else is going to take your job.

At least that's the way Hurricane Football USED TO BE. We'll see if the HC really is full of shyt and just talking the talk by his decision with Morris when J12 is cleared, if ever.

All I know is that with 17, 6 and 5 handling the ball more this offense is electric and dynamic and can move the ball almost at will. AND THIS WAS THE FIRST GAME.

Berry and J12 need to sit. It's PAINFULLY evident that the people behind them are more talented than they are.

The U is supposed to be a merciless meritocracy. Shannon himself said it and knows it.

We'll see what the REAL Randy Shannon is here shortly. He's at a crossroads, forward or fired. It's that simple.

SlingBlade

Romberg says the problems with this team is from the players wanting to be labeled bad a55es instead of BEING bad a55es...they need to go out and take responsibility for their actions and self govern themselves and show some leadership...

Six

Please also tell me where I ever said I wanted a Cane player to fail in all seriousness, ha


Ahhh, I see the Dolphins of Miami starting to come out onto the pitch at Baltimore to start the match. Tip-off is very soon

pbcfrcane13

Funny how this article could have and probably.was written about 3 years ago after a young cool calm freshman stepped in on their own 5 yd line and drove his canes down the field to tie the game. A leader was born that day.all canes fans screamed. Hmmm how's that worked out. So how about we relax before we say this kid should start no matter what. It was one game and the guy you hate right now did the same thing morris just did on the road coming in cold

HoustonCane

Blacksburg, VA resident to officiate ACC games
After 18 years as a Division I-A football official and calling eight postseason games, David Epperley now will be on display in an area closer to his home.
Epperley, who lives in Giles County, VA. accepted a position on the ACC's football officiating staff.
Epperley served as a head referee in Conference USA for the past four seasons, but there were no referee openings when Epperley first talked with ACC supervisor of football officials Doug Rhoads following the 2008 season.
"Frankly, he's one of the pre-eminent referees in college football," Rhoads said, "but we like our officials to spend at least one year in the ACC at one of the other positions before we move them up to referee.
It was Epperley's ties to longtime Conference USA supervisor Gerry Austin that kept him from pushing harder for an ACC position.
Epperley, who was a football official for six years in the Big East, won't be calling games at the ACC venue closest to his home. Because he donates money to Virginia Tech in order to qualify for season football tickets, Epperley won't be allowed to officiate Virginia Tech games.
"They're [the tickets] for my son and daughter," said Epperley. "I think I went to one game."
When he isn't officiating, Epperley, 50, operates a property management and appraisal business in Blacksburg, VA.

Zakkee

I am not saying J12 has not has his time and his shot. And I am surely not saying he might turn out to more than average.I am saying be careful in saying Morris is the King. I go way back when we all thought Crudup was the answer. Just saying be cautious. I hope he is better but let him develop because fans have a hand in making players ego maniacs.

Remember too that j12 has had 3 different coordinators.

Posted by: canechic | November 07, 2010 at 12:38 PM


And remember the offense was 100% better with Jacory then it was with Marve.

Posted by: canechic | November 07, 2010 at 12:39 PM

I think he's only had 2 OC's : NIx and Whip right? Whatever the case, these are very true and good points! We build them up and knock them down. Jacory did make the offense look better under Nix, than Marve did and now Morris has made the offense look better under Whip.

Why is the question? Its because of the players positive reactions to the new QBs and how the two totally different OC's called games (their coaching styles). Jacory played better under Nix than Marve did and Morris has looked better SO FAR under Whip's offense than Jacory this year...and most importantly...this may be the team's sentiment!

The fans aren't to blame for noticing that players are performing better under certain OC's. We (fans) didn't make Jacory better than Marve and now Morris better than Harris...their play, stats, and teammates did.

HoustonCane

Any guesses on who called the bogus face mask penalty on Spence! David Epperly

Six

Cav - we may have gone back and forth, but I believe someone used the analogy once of it being like the battles on Greentree during practice .. and that's only to make everyone better on either side


I still feel sorry for any fan from another team that rolls onto this blog and starts chirping off. We fight with each other sometimes like a family, but we all are still Canes .... but damn if an opposing fan comes on here and doesn't get crushed if they utter one bad thing about the "U", and that's great

NavyCane4Life

So basically Epperly can still make things happen in the ACC Race. If VT needs Miami to lose to an opponent he could call certain penalties to affect the games outcome. This is concerning.

NavyCane4Life

HoustonCane,
Was it really Epperly that made the facemask call?

canechic

Who was the guy before Nix? I think he is with ASU now? right

Zakkee just saying let it play out...not saying anyone is wrong or right just do not be too quick on the trigger.

canechic

That is good stuff Houston.....things that make you go hummm!

Zakkee

WHOA CAV! Slow down...Berry is a beastmaster...thats a fact based on his play, stats, and I'm sure his teammates would agree. He's been the most steady performer and leader (emotionally) we've had all season bar none. Should Lamar get more carries...hell yeah! Should Mike James take Berry's carries...hell naw!! Thats close to blasphemy brother. Berry's put in his work..he deserves respect.

Old Skool

So Epperly runs an property management and appraisal business ...

Sounds like a perfect fit for him. He appraises a property, sees problems or mistakes where there aren't any, then buys it at a discount to manage.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Brett Romberg said Clinton Portis left the U early because he knew Frank Gore was gonna be the starting RB before he blew out his knee..AS A FRESHMAN...over mcgahee too...so why cant we say the same thing about morris and harris????

i am not saying morris is better than harris...I AM saying let him play until he proves he isnt...

Posted by: SlingBlade | November 07, 2010 at 12:47 PM

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If you don't want to say it, I'll say it.

Morris is better for this system, this team.

We had 504 total yards with the refs AGAINST us. We moved the ball all game long, even with some bonehead calls from Mini Martz.

Bottom line though is Morris better.

Period. End of story.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Any guesses on who called the bogus face mask penalty on Spence! David Epperly

Posted by: HoustonCane | November 07, 2010 at 12:57 PM

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WOW!!!!!!!

Zakkee

Who Dan Werner? I think he was gone by the time Jacory arrived. Maybe he was our OC the year Marve reshirted (with that thumb injury from the care crash though??). i doubt it, I think that was Nix's first year as our OC.

I'm with that canechic..I agree!

4-Real

Jadeveon Clowney just recently added the canes to his list of favorites ...again. Must be checking out the DE depth chart & the fact that a lotta freshmen are getting serious pt.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Cav - we may have gone back and forth, but I believe someone used the analogy once of it being like the battles on Greentree during practice .. and that's only to make everyone better on either side


I still feel sorry for any fan from another team that rolls onto this blog and starts chirping off. We fight with each other sometimes like a family, but we all are still Canes .... but damn if an opposing fan comes on here and doesn't get crushed if they utter one bad thing about the "U", and that's great

Posted by: Six | November 07, 2010 at 01:00 PM

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At the end of the day you know I got your back bro'. And I definitely stand corrected about the entire QB situation. I'll give that one to Mini Martz, although I still say you call plays that best suit your talent.

But after checking his coaching record it's clear to me that Mini Martz is learning on the fly. His time in the NFL didn't prepare him at all for big-time CFB and his time at UMass showed nothing to recommend him as a CFB OC. Nothing at all. I can see why no one would hire him before he jumped to the NFL.

BUT, he seems to be in a good groove with Morris, so I'm not complaining....too much. lol

Just stop the Idiot Play and stop jumping to the shotgun the second we hit the 50 yard line, and he'll be fine with these RBs.

Now maybe the OL can really bear down and focus on run-blocking.

BEERicane

UCF is apparently the best team in the state of florida. Ranked #23

Zakkee

Our RBs all run downhill...I love watching them play.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

WHOA CAV! Slow down...Berry is a beastmaster...thats a fact based on his play, stats, and I'm sure his teammates would agree. He's been the most steady performer and leader (emotionally) we've had all season bar none. Should Lamar get more carries...hell yeah! Should Mike James take Berry's carries...hell naw!! Thats close to blasphemy brother. Berry's put in his work..he deserves respect.

Posted by: Zakkee | November 07, 2010 at 01:08 PM

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Zakk, all I know is that those drives and runs that looked so good yesterday ARE NOT HAPPENING with Berry in there.
I love his heart but his explosion, vision and agility are not going to work with this OL, not like Miller and James.

I think it's the added muscle that he hasn't grown into yet to be honest. He was much more explosive last year.

But against a team that's going to load the box, you want your game-breakers in there, not your clydsdales.

GT will be a good warm-up for VT cause I think we'll be more than enough for GT with Morris, Miller and James.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Jadeveon Clowney just recently added the canes to his list of favorites ...again. Must be checking out the DE depth chart & the fact that a lotta freshmen are getting serious pt.

Posted by: 4-Real | November 07, 2010 at 01:15 PM

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I'll take it. What's his build? Would he need a couple of years to develop or could he contribute right away?

HoustonCane

The final drive and the face mask call . . . you decide if it was Epperly that made the call. Further, I just sent an email to the ACC. Shannon may not be able to bitch, but we can.

http://miasportsguy.com/featured/miami-maryland-highlights-video/

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

As far as Shannon's QB decision is concerned: if he chooses to start Jacory whenever he's ready and Jacory starts throwing INT's..what is he gonna do then? If he pulls Jacory for Morris, then Jacory will be done (mentally and emotionally) from there on..he won't be able to recover from this (not to mention..the impact on his "brand"). If he ever pulls Jacory outside of an injury, he might quit. I suggest he starts Morris until his bad play warrants him being benched and that way, Jacory would have the ideal role of the hero to save the game. This is the ideal way to bring Jacory back into the game (it would be justifiable to their teammates..and avoid the possible favoritism sentiment). Morris doesn't have a sense of entitlement yet, so we don't have to worry about the approach with him..its more the team's perception that must be guarded.

Posted by: Zakkee | November 07, 2010 at 02:42 AM

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Zakk, who cares if he quits. If he does it shows he's as spineless and self-absorbed as he seems to be. F him.

And Morris isn't going to play worse. He's going to get better and better in each game. MD was a great stage and GT will be great as well. Keep the ball in Miller and James and use play-action, with some shotgun and running out of the shotgun, as I'm happy to say Mini Martz did yesterday, and the defenses will open up.

Morris made his bad throws and bounced back with great throws. Mini Martz has confidence in him too, which is always good.

It's over for J12 unless he really digs deep, trains harder than ever, gets stronger than ever and really competes.

In Rome it was said,
"Acid is the test for Gold, ADVERSITY the test of men."

J12 is tasting his first acid. It will reveal whether he's true (Gold), or fake.

CaneRock

Posted by: Zakkee November 07, 2010 at 1:08 PM

Couldn't have said it better myself Zakkee. And I'll also add that Berry is the heart and soul of this offense, quite frankly of the team, He just brings that nastiness to the offense. Although I like Miller's talent and promise, no way He endures half of the collisions that Berry absorbs...

macjones

The Horny Toads roll over the Utes!

Too much D for Utah to handle. No.

Posted by: macjones | November 06, 2010 at 02:31 PM

fuC!IN' easy money, baby.

I bloody called it!

Didn't I. Now, didn't I call it, didn't I! LOL

For U's see, I don't have to say I touted a college football pick, AFTER THE BLOODY FACT. Like that sports-media character in Tampa. LMAO Eh ' dude! '

And dig this Miami fandom. Your Team Shannon will be road underdogs this Sabado.

However, don't freakin' sweat it, because Miami, F-L-A will not only ' cover the line. ' They'll OUT RIGHT win this A.C.C. encounter in the A-T-L!


pbcfrcane13

Morris won't get worse? You know that for a fact? You guys all know that you were all saying the samething about Harris 3 years ago and even at the start of last year. So really relax with this Morris talk. I agree with RS you don't bench your starting QB because of one game. If Harris come back this year and please like crap you pull him. Who cares about his "mnd set" after that. I he goes in the tank so be it.

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