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November 07, 2010

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pbcfrcane13

My question is th same one Cote brought up. Why the hell was this type of play calling when Harris was in the game and throwing all those pics? When you see your QB is having INT problems scale it back like you did for MOrris.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

I have seen Bridgewater up close and he is bigger than J12, has a stronger arm and he is as fast and atletic as a WR. J12 is the skinniest QB I have seen at the U and that includes Dorsey and Walsh.

Watching J12 on the sideline, is not a focused, team-oriented guy but seems a little self-consumed and immature. J12 does not chat with his teammates or coaches as much as other QBs when he is on the sidelines. Everything he has said to the media has been about him rather than his teammates and coaches who want to win the ACC. He even turns his back to his teammates and coaches when on the sidelines.

I lost my respect for J12 slowly toward the end of last year, as he continued to digress and become self-absorbed. But his reaction immediately after the OSU game was to walk up to the guy that had out-played him (Pryor) and whisper words of encouragement in his ear while the cameras were there. Pryor looked at J12 as if to say WTF is this guy doing? Strange guy - he certainly can't consider himself worthy of giving me, T Pryor, any advice about anything after costing his team. J12 was the reason the Canes lost the OSU game while TP was the reason OSU won. Surely, J12 needs to be upset with his performance not concerned about doling out advice to QBs that are better.

That is when I knew that J12 is not properly focused or centered and had doubts about his desire and understanding to do what it takes to win a championship.

Morris has more upside and so does bridgewater. Let's turn the page on the J12 chapter.

Posted by: WindyCane1 | November 07, 2010 at 08:18 AM

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I thought this needed re-posting.

macjones

I don't need to see any more. J12 is done. Bring in the new leader. For Whipple's system and this team as a whole, Morris better start the rest of his time here.

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 06, 2010 at 04:36 PM

A resounding AMEN to that, Senor Optimist!

Harris will be a Senior next season, and it's evident his ' reached his peak ' regarding the Hurricane QB position.

Stevie is the past, as well as future for the Miami, F-L-A Hurricane program.

Even though it will be a bery, difficult road trek for Team Shannon, I have all the confidence in the expanding universe, that the Cane D-unit and Morris and his Miami offensive posse will get the job done with a well-earned win!

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

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.

Posted by: pbcfrcane13 | November 07, 2010 at 01:37 PM

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PBC, mark it down. He'll improve every game this year. VT will try to throw him some curves but as long as Mini Martz stays with the running game, and adds some easy plays to the RBs, we'll be fine.

He's not ready to run an offense like Bernie or Vinny. He'll make some mistakes here and there but he has two things J12 does not have that make all the difference in how a defense prepares for us.

1) Arm strength


2) Mobility, escapability


These two things, combined with Miller and James threatening to break off 20 yard runs every time they touch the ball, makes it a completely different offense and ballgame. It forces the defense to defend the field like an NFL defense has to. Throw in TB, Hankerson, Byrd and eventually Cleveland and maybe Streeter or KT and the offense could light things up quickly and easily.

It completely changes the game.

I put Berry in the same category as J12. Usurped and outclassed by the people behind them. It ain't pretty but it's undeniable.

4-Real

J. Clowney is 6'6 247lbs with 4.7, 4.6 speed. #1 player in the country. Could play right away if he comes in and do what he has to do to get things done.

pbcfrcane13

Really killing a kid for going up to a friend of his after a game to give him encouragment get out of here with that what a joke!!! So because he had a bad game he can't talk to a friend please.

I love it can we bring up the post after the UVA game about Harris please!!! I would love to see what all you were saying about Harris and his leadership in that game and how great he is. I'm not saying Morris won't be better, but it was ONE GAME!!! Lets see what happens before we drop Harris for a true Fr.

Let's not forget Harris has no been right since taking that hit in Pitt. I don't care what anybody says!!!!

The smartest thing people are saying about this situation is yes Harris hopefully is sitting back going damn I have competition now.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

J. Clowney is 6'6 247lbs with 4.7, 4.6 speed. #1 player in the country. Could play right away if he comes in and do what he has to do to get things done.

Posted by: 4-Real | November 07, 2010 at 01:47 PM

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Yes he could. He's as big as M-Rob and Smith right now. If he could EE that would be huge.

macjones

The fraud refs should appologize and be fired. The worst call in a long time nothing close to a possible face mask. This needs to be investigated. This is serious!!!

Posted by: Montreal-Cane | November 07, 2010 at 01:01 AM

Ain't nothing going to change with the A.tlantic C.oast C.ORRUPT officiating, Montreal-Cane. Absolutely nothing.

What your dealing with here, is a ' GOOD OL' BOY, SOUTHERN mentality. That's all!

It's a tragedy this is STILL happening in the 21st Century. But it is what it is.

U'all Cane rowdies have to U-nderstand this simple point. Miami always been the SCAPEGOAT for major college football.

Yet, the Hurricanes were so bloody dominant, that they could defeat both the opposing teams, as well as any officiating crew!

Well, check that. The Canes couldn't overcome Porter's COWARDLY call. LMAO

So, until Team Shannon, eventally, gets back to dominance between the lines, questionable officiating probably will determine the outcome of a few games.

CaneRock

"I put Berry in the same category as J12. Usurped and outclassed by the people behind them. It ain't pretty but it's undeniable."
Posted by: Captain Optomist aka Cavaleer November 07, 2010 at 1:47 PM

Berry had 5 straight TOUGH 100 yard games, how has Miller "outclassed" Him. Morris has thrown twice as many interceptions as TDs, how has He "outclassed" Harris...

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

My question is th same one Cote brought up. Why the hell was this type of play calling when Harris was in the game and throwing all those pics? When you see your QB is having INT problems scale it back like you did for MOrris.

Posted by: pbcfrcane13 | November 07, 2010 at 01:39 PM

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PBC, I've been saying this all season long.

Mini Martz does not really know wtf he's doing, so he continues to call an offense that requires a struggling QB to do things they don't do well.

J12's arm is just not suited to Whipple's Mini Martz offense, but because MM is stubborn or trying to prove a point, he kept calling ridiculous plays that J12 couldn't handle.

The other piece is Berry is not nearly the threat that James and Miller are, so play-action fakes don't work as well because the SS and LBs aren't as worried.

People who talk about the UNC game don't talk about the effect more Miller carries had on UNC's defense. Berry ran well too but the combination forced the D to react to play-action.

It's a domino effect, as I said. Morris, Miller, TB, James, Byrd all make the OL and OC look a lot better than they really are.

4-Real

Shockey scored for the Saints, Mcgahee scored for the Ravens, extending the streak.

pbcfrcane13

LOL mini Martz thats good stuff.

mi@mic@ne

1 Morris is bigger and stronger so his passes are on a different level than the smaller qbs. When you throw the ball with that much zip it opens up the lanes for the receivers because the d backs cannot recover quick enough ... that two yard separation is enough to get those yacs. You cant copy this.. you either have it or you dont.

2 Whipple was coaching a double a team so they probably played out of their conference a couple of times a yr to teams they had very little chance of beating. Look at Shnells. You got to look at his offensive stats. Plus he has been in the nfl for a few yrs under the best offensive minds.

3 Whipple has created success in picking a true leader who obviously has been brought along by some very good coaching. There is a successful connection to what Whipple wants done and the success we are starting to see on the field. This is demonstrated leadership. The Whip knows what he is doing.. dont short change this guy.

4 Randy is a good d coordinator and needs to make our d much better. I dont know the relationship with Lovett is but they need to work together ... because we cant have bad performances and let downs.

5 Whipple has leadership skills and maybe he has been put in the cage.He could be what we need in taking on more of the responsibilities.

6 Every leader has a different style. But some guys are not natural leaders. A leader is a guy who is able to motivate guys to the vision and the system he is teaching. But you cant motivate players if you get out coached and they end up in the wrong place or they are a step slow because they are not in the rite scheme. A good coach is able to change up and motivate the players in the scheme to play fast.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

CC, J12 had Nix but he's been with Whipple long enough to prove he can run the ship. He really can't, in a combination of too little arm-strength and decision-making that doesn't take into account his dearth of arm-strength.

Throw in his "brand" and all that Hollywood bullshyt, his aloofness on the sidelines and I see no future for him, unless he goes through a complete transformation.

macjones

When did I ever say that football doesn't begin with your ability to play Defense?

Posted by: Six | November 07, 2010 at 04:18 AM

No, yous didn't bloody say it.

Yous just happen to be SUBTLY INSINUATING, that Miami's D-unit wasn't the main line factor in the Hurricanes team win. That's all!

Take away the Turtles INT. return for a touchdown, and the Canes held Maryland to 13 points.

And what about that 3-13 3rd down conversion the Turtle had on Sabado.

Of course, it's simply natural, that yous play your Orange and Green RATIONALIZATION card. The Whipple Factor anyone. LMAO

macjones

SIX'er, I find your knowledge of football to be very limited, as evidenced by your long assed diatribes about NOTHING! Like I said, defense carried the day, the same way they've been carrying the day all season long...win or lose.

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 04:48 AM

Literally LMAO!!!!!!!!!

Don't forget that six'ER ' gets off ' playing that EXECUTION thang, also.

That ' dude ' is a bloody fUc!in' college baseball BENCH WARMER, and he bloody believes his the King of major college football punditry. Go figures. LOL

Well, at least he was a bloody BENCH WARMER. That I give him Mega-credit for.

Nonetheless, freakin' APPLES and Oranges, baby. Apples and Oranges!

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Mi@, other than your first point, which I give Mini Martz credit for recognizing. YOUR ENTIRE POST IS SPECULATION IN OPPOSITION TO THE FACTS.

Tell me how 3-8 in your 4th years as a HC has anything to do with non-conference opponents??

Why don't you do us all a favor and list the opponents Mini Martz faced after his first year as a HC. Then we can all see how difficult his schedule was. lol


He's learning on the fly. That's why he's called so many boneheaded plays, series and games....Duke anyone.... and that's why he's routinely outcoached by opponents OCs....Duke, UNC, UVA, MD, OSU, Clemson,


HOWEVER, he is learning. And I think Morris at the controls will open up his brain to more possibilities from the Mike Martz playbook.

pbcfrcane13

Whipple reined in? Really? Have you not seen how many bombs he calls a game?

If anything RS needed to tell Whipple to stop calling so many damn bombs.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

When did I ever say that football doesn't begin with your ability to play Defense?

Posted by: Six | November 07, 2010 at 04:18 AM

No, yous didn't bloody say it.

Yous just happen to be SUBTLY INSINUATING, that Miami's D-unit wasn't the main line factor in the Hurricanes team win. That's all!

Take away the Turtles INT. return for a touchdown, and the Canes held Maryland to 13 points.

And what about that 3-13 3rd down conversion the Turtle had on Sabado.

Of course, it's simply natural, that yous play your Orange and Green RATIONALIZATION card. The Whipple Factor anyone. LMAO

Posted by: macjones | November 07, 2010 at 02:11 PM

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Mac, come on. The offense won this game with the defense getting a solid assist. The D has won more than enough games this year, so it's not a big deal.

The reason is that the offense moved the ball all game long, even though scoreboard doesn't show it.

This gave the defense plenty of rest, even though MD gashed them a lot in the 2nd half they didn't score.

Six wasn't implying anything other than the O finally carried the load for once.

Zakkee

CaneRock, i agree about Berry and the collisions he absorbs and dishes out (and how Miller wouldn't be able to take them), but one might say that Miller wouldn't have to...he makes those same defenders miss instead (of accepting and absorbing the contact).

You're right about Berry & Jacory vs. Miller & Morris. The freshman and redshirt freshman, haven't proven that they are better than their predecessing teammates yet. They haven't proven that yet. Morris has performed better in Whip's offense so far and he looks better suited..thats it. Miller still needs more game reps before I jump to that conclusion. Berry sometimes follows the play the way it was drawn up (disciplined to a fault), even when it gets blown up, he doesn't deviate or improvise, where Miller does and makes something out of nothing with moves. Berry makes something out of nothing with determination and power. Shannon and Miller both said that Shannon told him to basically follow the play and don't improvise (try to hit a homerun on every run). This is Shannon's attempt to dial/dumb Miller down and make him safe like Berry. He shouldn't do this...let them be themselves..we need a homerun threat. We need both of their styles.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Berry had 5 straight TOUGH 100 yard games, how has Miller "outclassed" Him. Morris has thrown twice as many interceptions as TDs, how has He "outclassed" Harris...

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 01:58 PM

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Miller made the defense pay every time they missed a tackle. He made a TD run out of nothing because the defense had it sealed where the hole was supposed to be.

Put Berry in those situations and the play gets stuffed.

He's simply not the threat Miller and James are, and even though he's gotten 100 yards a game, the offense has sputtered in every game but UNC.

Morris did the same thing, even with the mistakes. He forced the defense to defend THE ENTIRE FIELD. Now suddenly passing lanes are open, mismatches are created, YACs accumulated, WRs are catching and running, deep balls are connecting and not intercepted.

Morris and Miller/James present an entirely different and more dangerous set of variables for the defense to defend.

J12 and Berry didn't force anyone to lose sleep. That's why against both Pitt and Clemson, when one or two plays were stopped, the entire offense was stopped.

I blame Mini Martz for the lack of tactics but with Morris, Miller and James at the helm, he can keep calling these plays because it opens up so many things with their talent.


It is what it is. And the U is much better for it. Just watch how difficult things will be for GT next week.

mi@mic@ne

The difference between Berry and Miller is Miller has speed to bounce it outside if the hole is closed. Berry is able to side step but cant turn the corner on a one on one. But Miller needs to make a move down field after he has taken it around the corner to get to the next level.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Zakk, he wasn't trying to make him safe. He's trying to prevent him from always running outside or trying to cutback to make a big play. Unlike high school, you can;'t always do that. Sometimes you have to take a 2 yard gain and come back for the next play which might open up for 40.

It's good advice for a RB who has breakaway speed and moves. The big runs will come as he and the OL get more comfortable with each other and he gets in a better groove. I think he'll explode against GT.

Zakkee

^^ Great points Cav! ^^

macjones

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

Oh that SOUPY and his ' soft ball ' questions. LOL

Well, it obviously has to be the ' dude ' wearing the Maroon and Black. No. Or, is it Maroon and Orange. LOL

mi@mic@ne

The refs have made some calls this yr that have been game killers for us. I cant remember them all .. .too many..but i experienced the intense hatred. ACC Anti Cane Conference

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

SIX'er, I find your knowledge of football to be very limited, as evidenced by your long assed diatribes about NOTHING! Like I said, defense carried the day, the same way they've been carrying the day all season long...win or lose.

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 04:48 AM

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Rock, I beg to differ. The defense was on their heels a lot in this game. They came up big on some crucial 3rd downs but MD was moving the ball and scoring.

That's why I say the offense led the way because if they hadn't shown the ability to score and move the ball, esp. with the running game, the defense could've easily worn down and caved in, out of frustration if nothing else.

As Brandon Harris said about Morris, "We saw him doing it, we saw him doing it for the team, and we knew we couldn';t let him down."

Does he say that about J12?? Hmmmmmm

usagainstheworld&thereferees

check out the 1:40 mark. watch how the linebacker comes free on the game winning touchdown. gotta get that one fixed. think gt and vt aren't looking at that?

probably happened half a dozen times on saturday.

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

pbcfrcane13

Um That doesnt say anythig about j12 what are you talkin about. What else do u want him to say

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

LOL mini Martz thats good stuff.

Posted by: pbcfrcane13 | November 07, 2010 at 02:08 PM

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Haha, PBC, that's what he thinks he's doing. He's trying to run a half-baked version of Air Coryell, distilled through Mike Martz but he hasn't had a QB who can really run that stuff, plus, he's more or less neglected the running game until he's been forced to run it, first against UNC then against MD.


I think he's starting to figure it out now though. He even ran out of the shotgun some, which is critical to making the shotgun work. You have to have that threat. That's why Berry should never be back there when we're in the shotgune. The defense doesn't fear him.

That's also why PAT HILL SHOULD NEVER BE IN THE GAME IN A PASSING SITUATION WITH NO RBS IN THE BACKFIELD.

He actually splits Pat Hill out as a WR. WHAT THE FUK IS THAT SUPPOSED TO DO???

Like I said, he's a half-baked, novice version of the real deal. He's never studied with anyone who's run those offenses, so he's just been picking up bits and pieces here and there.

When you watch some San Diego Chargers and '99-2001 Rams it becomes clear what he's trying to do but also painfully clear what he's missing.

mi@mic@ne

What is bugging me is we are much better and older than VT but we always get out coached when we play them. These guys have warn me out with frustration... its time to answer their qb running all over the field... and not showing up in the second half to shut their running game down...

Not so much GT.. they are one dimensional. We just need get to their backs before they get going.

CaneRock

Cav, outside of those toss sweeps that Miller ran against UNC, the blocking schemes involved in most of those plays are designed for the RB to cutback...think Denver Broncos and all those 1000 yard backs. It takes thousands of reps to get it down, because in a zone scheme, the RB isn't just running to a hole with a full head of steam, the RB has to run under control while reading certain defensive players. Hence the reason Berry is the most preferred RB...

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Zakk and Rock, good points about Berry's strength.

Miller needs to get stronger and harder. He can add another 10 pounds of muscle and strength and not lose a step. The day he lowers his shoulder and runs over a defender is the day he moves into elite RB status. He still is taken down too easily.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

The difference between Berry and Miller is Miller has speed to bounce it outside if the hole is closed. Berry is able to side step but cant turn the corner on a one on one. But Miller needs to make a move down field after he has taken it around the corner to get to the next level.

Posted by: mi@mic@ne | November 07, 2010 at 02:27 PM

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True and I'd add the biggest difference is the defense doesn't fear Berry.

macjones

He's learning on the fly. That's why he's called so many boneheaded plays, series and games....Duke anyone.... and that's why he's routinely outcoached by opponents OCs....Duke, UNC, UVA, MD, OSU, Clemson,


HOWEVER, he is learning. And I think Morris at the controls will open up his brain to more possibilities from the Mike Martz playbook.

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 07, 2010 at 02:16 PM

And don't forget Cane rowdies. That major college football POWER Duke, just happen to ' jack-up ' the scoreboard to a tune of FIFTY-FIVE ( 55 ) points, in their victory over MIGHTY Virginia.

Then yous throw in the fact, that the Blue Devils were playing a SECOND-TEAM QB.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

What is bugging me is we are much better and older than VT but we always get out coached when we play them. These guys have warn me out with frustration... its time to answer their qb running all over the field... and not showing up in the second half to shut their running game down...

Not so much GT.. they are one dimensional. We just need get to their backs before they get going.

Posted by: mi@mic@ne | November 07, 2010 at 02:40 PM

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Mi@, RS is 1-2 against Beamer. Two bad losses and one good win. This year should be interesting, esp. with Morris, Miller and James at the helm.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Cav, outside of those toss sweeps that Miller ran against UNC, the blocking schemes involved in most of those plays are designed for the RB to cutback...think Denver Broncos and all those 1000 yard backs. It takes thousands of reps to get it down, because in a zone scheme, the RB isn't just running to a hole with a full head of steam, the RB has to run under control while reading certain defensive players. Hence the reason Berry is the most preferred RB...

Posted by: CaneRock | November 07, 2010 at 02:41 PM

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Rock, great point but we don't have a Broncos OL. lol

I've watched this OL and running game get shutdown by five defenses this season, at one point or another. Twice for an entire game, twice in the 2nd half and other times when we needed a 3rd or 4th down conversion.

Berry was the RB in all those situations.

I know he got 100+ but the defense's don't have to account for him every time he's on the field. They don't fear him, esp. not in a shotgun or passing formation.

Like I said, I love his heart but when you're at war you need your biggest most versatile weapons on the field at all times.

pbcfrcane13

BTw what Morris did yesterday the QB you guys are so quick to get rid of has done it what of the top of my head

Twice in 08- Duke, UVA
Twice last year- FSU and OU(more of a huge late 4th qt drive to ice the game.)

Also 3 of those on the road.

I get he's also has cost us a few games I'm just saying I think maybe some people are overreacting to one game. Again I can see why people want Morris in I get it....I just sa lets not go crazy......YET.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

And don't forget Cane rowdies. That major college football POWER Duke, just happen to ' jack-up ' the scoreboard to a tune of FIFTY-FIVE ( 55 ) points, in their victory over MIGHTY Virginia.

Then yous throw in the fact, that the Blue Devils were playing a SECOND-TEAM QB.

Posted by: macjones | November 07, 2010 at 02:44 PM

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There it is. It's all the system and the playcalling.

Mini Martz isn't that skilled or experienced. But like I said, he's learning. I'd love for him to go spend some time with Martz in the off-season.

mi@mic@ne

Taking the cannon away from Whipple in his offense is like castration. just sayin

macjones

Mac, come on. The offense won this game with the defense getting a solid assist. The D has won more than enough games this year, so it's not a big deal.

The reason is that the offense moved the ball all game long, even though scoreboard doesn't show it.

This gave the defense plenty of rest, even though MD gashed them a lot in the 2nd half they didn't score.

Six wasn't implying anything other than the O finally carried the load for once.

Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 07, 2010 at 02:19 PM

Perhaps.

All I know is this. Miami had 505 total yards, and ONLY scored 26 points.

And furthermore Captain, the Duke squad you made mention of, had 489 total yards yesterday and just happened to score 55 points. Go figure.

Yeah, yeah it was lowly Virginia. And Maryland has a relatively stronger D-unit than both the Cavaliers and Duke. But so what. LOL

Nonetheless, the big picture is this. Miami, F-L-A won in a ' team effort. ' No.

canezilla

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.

Posted by: SOUP | November 07, 2010 at 12:17 PM

pretty sure????? BISH IM ALWAYS THERE!!!! AND AT LEAST 2 ROAD GAMES..GT HERE WE COME SHUTTING THAT BULLSHYT RUN GAME DOWN HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

macjones

Rock, I beg to differ. The defense was on their heels a lot in this game. They came up big on some crucial 3rd downs but MD was moving the ball and scoring.


Posted by: Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer | November 07, 2010 at 02:32 PM

What the bloody fUc!.

Now, you are reaching Senor Cavaleer.

Because Maryland ONLY scored 13 ' offensive points. '

And the Turtle didn't even break the ' 300 yard ' total offense barrier. No.

canezilla

WE GOT 17 GOING TO GT FROM MY GROUP.WE REAADDDDYYYYYYYY

mi@mic@ne

http://news.mydaily.com/2010/11/03/champs-by-default/?icid=maing|main5|7|link2|23766

This is how the old cane ballas used to be feared.

Captain Optimist aka Cavaleer

Mac, the offense/refs killed a lot of drives that MD wasn't stopping. This game should've been over by the 3rd.

Meanwhile, MD was gashing us and moving the ball they just couldn't score when it matter most. Our D had some plays too but in the 2nd half the DL had a huge letdown. They almost scored the game-winning TD Mac. Come now. This was not a stellar defensive effort, not compared to what they've done in the past. They made plays when it mattered though.

However, I'm not saying the offense shouldn't have scored more. Without question they should have. Part of that was mistakes, part of it playcalling.

But overall it showed playmaking from both the D and O, both coming up big when it mattered all game long.

Go back and watch the game though and you'll see how close MD was to scoring more and how well they moved the ball.

Bro', I remember cause I was cussing out the DL the whole second half. lol

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!


Posted by: macjones | November 07, 2010 at 01:34 PM

Does anybody know when the college pigskin lines come out.

Because, I'm thinking the Rambling Wreck will be a - 4 1/2 point home chalk. Yes.

Nevertheless, I don't want the points. I don't need the points. I'll take the freakin' points. LMAO

Miami wins this A.C.C noon encounter behind their usual ' star headline. ' Hurricane defense anyone. LOL

By the way, Coach Johnson lost his signal caller, but don't be fooled. Because GA Tech will be ready for Team Shannon. Yes.

Montreal-Cane

Can anyone explain why the Gay-turds are back in the rankings and Miami is not after a win against a decent Maryland team 6-2 (3-1)...Florida (6-3) won yesterday vs Vandy 2-7 (1-5). It's really us against the world...Don't leave it in the officials hands ( Jimmy Johnson) lol...

Funny the wide right by FSU yesterday to loose the game against UNC...It brings good memories...

Montreal-Cane

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1 Oregon (49) 9-0 1484
2 Auburn (2) 10-0 1396
3 TCU (2) 10-0 1391
4 Boise State (7) 8-0 1366
5 LSU 8-1 1196
6 Wisconsin 8-1 1182
7 Stanford 8-1 1143
8 Ohio State 8-1 1087
9 Nebraska 8-1 1055
10 Michigan State 9-1 868
11 Alabama 7-2 861
12 Oklahoma State 8-1 821
13 Iowa 7-2 807
14 Arkansas 7-2 775
15 Utah 8-1 657
16 Virginia Tech 7-2 540
17 Mississippi State 7-2 501
18 Arizona 7-2 481
19 Oklahoma 7-2 436
20 Missouri 7-2 420
21 Nevada 8-1 304
22 South Carolina 6-3 170
23 Texas A&M 6-3 130
24 Florida 6-3 94
25 UCF 7-2 74

UCF # 25

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We (fans) didn't make Jacory better than Marve and now Morris better than Harris...their play, stats, and teammates did.

Posted by: Zakkee | November 07, 2010 at 12:56 PM

There IT is right there.

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