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June 21, 2011

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Big Daddy Cane

RaizeCane: "I win the game at the tailgate, so when the lights cut on I'm already in a trance."

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Big Daddy Cane

CTFU @ THAT Raize^^^^^^

solarcane

RaizeCane: "I win the game at the tailgate, so when the lights cut on I'm already in a trance."

Post of the month!

solarcane

Rohan
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macjones de Albuquerque

According ESPN's Sweet Heather, yoUr Canes have dropped in ESPN'S latest Top 25 college football team recruiting rankings for next season. Bloody oUch.

Miami is now No. 9 as both Clemson and U.S.C. and Texas A&M have jUmped over the Golden Touches 2012 prep recruiting class.

What gives U-all Hurricane rUffians. Is there still doUbt surrounding the Golden Fleece, Eh.

Because Albert continus to get oral commits yet ESPN drops Miami down a notch. Say it ain't so.

Perhaps Miami jUst ain't getting no elite-level DT's and what not. Or maybe next year's H.S. incoming class is all H-Y-P-E albeit they are still in ESPN's Top 10.

Bon jour bUbba's all!

solarcane

CBS Sports Coaches Hot Seat


Below is a list of the College Football Hot Seat Ratings for the 2011-12 season. Only one coach got the dreaded "5" rating -- Washington State's Paul Wulff, who has a record of 5-32 at the school. New Mexico's Mike Locksley has a 4.5, while Illinois' Ron Zook, Tulane's Bob Toledo and UCLA's Rick Neuheisel all have ratings of 4.

Hot Seat Key Rating
Rating What it means Coaches
0-0.5 Don't even think it -- can't be touched 32
1-1.5 Very safe -- change highly unlikely 40
2-2.5 Safe -- solid position 33
3-3.5 On the bubble -- you never know 10
4-4.5 Warm seat -- feeling the pressure 4
5 On the hot seat -- it's time to win now 1

Note: The number of years in the chart below includes this upcoming season.


Team Coach Years Record Rating
Air Force Troy Calhoun 5 34-18 0.5
Akron Rob Ianello 2 1-11 2.0
Alabama Nick Saban 5 38-11 0.0
Arizona Mike Stoops 8 40-45 2.5
Arizona State Dennis Erickson 5 25-24 3.5
Arkansas Bobby Petrino 4 23-15 1.0
Arkansas State Hugh Freeze 1 0-0 1.5
Army Rich Ellerson 3 12-13 0.5
Auburn Gene Chizik 3 22-5 0.0
Ball State Pete Lembo 1 0-0 1.0
Baylor Art Briles 4 15-22 2.0
Boise State Chris Petersen 6 61-5 0.5
Boston College Frank Spaziani 3 16-11 1.5
Bowling Green Dave Clawson 3 9-16 2.5
Buffalo Jeff Quinn 2 2-10 2.5
BYU Bronco Mendenhall 7 56-21 1.0
California Jeff Tedford 10 72-42 2.0
Central Michigan Dan Enos 2 3-9 2.0
Cincinnati Butch Jones 2 4-8 2.5
Clemson Dabo Swinney 4 19-15 2.5
Colorado Jon Embree 1 0-0 1.0
Colorado State Steve Fairchild 4 13-24 3.5
Connecticut Paul Pasqualoni 1 0-0 1.0
Duke David Cutcliffe 4 12-24 2.5
East Carolina Ruffin McNeill 2 6-7 2.0
Eastern Michigan Ron English 3 2-22 2.5
Florida Will Muschamp 1 0-0 0.5
Florida Atlantic Howard Schnellenberger 11 57-63 2.5
Florida International Mario Cristobal 4 16-33 0.5
Florida State Jimbo Fisher 2 10-4 0.5
Fresno State Pat Hill 15 108-71 1.5
Georgia Mark Richt 11 96-34 3.5
Georgia Tech Paul Johnson 4 26-14 1.0
Hawaii Greg McMackin 4 23-18 1.5
Houston Kevin Sumlin 4 23-16 1.0
Idaho Robb Akey 5 17-33 1.0
Illinois Ron Zook 7 28-45 4.0
Indiana Kevin Wilson 1 0-0 2.0
Iowa Kirk Ferentz 13 89-60 0.5
Iowa State Paul Rhoads 3 12-13 1.0
Kansas Turner Gill 2 3-9 3.5
Kansas State Bill Snyder 20 149-80-1 0.5
Kent State Darrell Hazel 1 0-0 1.0
Kentucky Joker Phillips 2 6-7 1.5
Louisiana-Lafayette Mark Hudspeth 1 0-0 1.5
Louisiana-Monroe Todd Berry 1 5-7 1.0
LSU Les Miles 7 62-17 2.5
Louisiana Tech Sonny Dykes 1 5-7 1.5
Louisville Charlie Strong 2 7-6 0.5
Marshall Doc Holliday 2 5-7 1.5
Maryland Randy Edsall 1 0-0 2.0
Memphis Larry Porter 2 1-11 3.0
Miami (Fla.) Al Golden 1 0-0 1.5
Miami (Ohio) Don Treadwell 1 0-0 1.0
Michigan Brady Hoke 1 0-0 1.0
Michigan State Mark Dantonio 5 33-19 0.5
Middle Tennessee Rick Stockstill 6 33-30 2.0
Minnesota Jerry Kill 1 0-0 0.5
Mississippi Houston Nutt 4 22-16 3.0
Mississippi State Dan Mullen 3 14-11 0.0
Missouri Gary Pinkel 11 77-49 1.0
Navy Ken Niumatalolo 5 27-14 0.5
Nebraska Bo Pelini 5 30-12 0.5
Nevada Chris Ault 27 219-97-1 0.0
New Mexico Mike Locksley 3 2-22 4.5
New Mexico State DeWayne Walker 3 5-20 2.5
North Carolina Butch Davis 5 28-23 3.0
N.C. State Tom O'Brien 5 25-25 2.0
North Texas Dan McCarney 1 0-0 0.5
Northern Illinois Dave Doeren 1 0-0 0.5
Northwestern Pat Fitzgerald 6 34-29 0.0
Notre Dame Brian Kelly 2 8-5 1.0
Ohio Frank Solich 7 40-36 1.5
Ohio State Luke Fickell 1 0-0 3.5
Oklahoma Bob Stoops 13 129-31 0.0
Oklahoma State Mike Gundy 7 47-29 1.0
Oregon Chip Kelly 3 22-4 0.0
Oregon State Mike Riley 11 69-54 1.0
Penn State Joe Paterno 46 401-135-3 2.0
Pittsburgh Todd Graham 1 0-0 1.0
Purdue Danny Hope 3 9-15 2.0
Rice David Bailiff 5 19-30 2.5
Rutgers Greg Schiano 11 59-63 1.5
San Diego State Rocky Long 2 13-12 2.5
San Jose State Mike MacIntyre 2 1-12 2.0
South Carolina Steve Spurrier 7 44-33 0.0
South Florida Skip Holtz 2 8-5 1.0
Southern California Lane Kiffin 2 8-5 2.0
Southern Mississippi Larry Fedora 4 22-17 0.5
SMU June Jones 4 16-23 0.0
Stanford David Shaw 1 0-0 1.5
Syracuse Doug Marrone 3 12-13 0.5
Temple Steve Addazio 1 0-0 1.5
Tennessee Derek Dooley 2 6-7 3.0
Texas Mack Brown 14 133-34 2.0
Texas A&M Mike Sherman 4 19-19 2.0
Texas Christian Gary Patterson 12 98-28 0.0
Texas-El Paso Mike Price 7 40-45 2.5
Texas Tech Tommy Tuberville 2 8-5 1.5
Toledo Tim Beckman 3 13-12 1.0
Troy Larry Blakeney 21 161-82-1 0.0
Tulane Bob Toledo 5 13-35 4.0
Tulsa Bill Blankenship 1 0-0 1.0
UAB Neil Callaway 5 15-33 3.0
UCF George O'Leary 8 45-44 1.5
UCLA Rick Neuheisel 4 15-22 4.0
UNLV Bobby Hauck 2 2-11 2.5
Utah Kyle Whittingham 7 57-20 0.0
Utah State Gary Anderson 3 8-16 2.5
Vanderbilt James Franklin 1 0-0 2.0
Virginia Mike London 2 4-8 1.5
Virginia Tech Frank Beamer 25 198-95-2 0.0
Wake Forest Jim Grobe 11 62-60 1.5
Washington Steve Sarkisian 3 12-13 0.5
Washington State Paul Wulff 4 5-32 5.0
West Virginia Dana Holgorsen 1 0-0 1.5
Western Kentucky Willie Taggart 2 2-10 2.0
Western Michigan Bill Cubit 7 40-33 1.5
Wisconsin Bret Bielema 6 49-16 0.0
Wyoming Dave Christensen 3 10-15 2.5




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solarcane

Is Larry C on that list for UTSA I didn't notice him

OhioCane

Virginia and Cal squaring off in the CWS. 0-0, top of the 2nd. 1 on, 2 out for Virginia

OhioCane

Oh my... Horrible error by Cal center fielder. Inside the park HR for Virginia. 3-0 Cavaliers, top of 6th, 1 out

AlpharettaCane

Soup / Sarasota / Six:

Love to see Siesta Key mentioned. My wife and I have been going down there as our get away for, what, I guess over 20+ years now. When we were first married we drove down from ATLand were staying in some hotel room...pretty basic...took a walk on the beach and decided to try out a little old Florida place right on the water.

Embarrassed to say, because we were the youngest ones there by about 60 years, but we loved the quiet, the blue hairs left you alone, and the beach was awesome.

Place we stayed / stay at is a little place called Siesta Royale - has a courtyard, 10 or so places that face the gulf and is right on the beach, little pool, shuffle board, not much, but enough.

Over the bridge and take a right onto Midnight Pass and you're there.

Kids have grown too old to enjoy, but I still love getting away to that little cheesy place on the beach.

AlpharettaCane

Hurri / Moon:

All-time favorite non-all time 'Cane? That's easy: Quadtrine Hill

SOUP

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Hurri

That's a good one Alph.....Mo Sikes made more big plays than K Phillips while we're at it. I liked Sikes.

4-Real

Gotta good feeling bout DT Nick James. Scout dropped him from 5th best dt to 14th. We all know what that means...he's a Cane!

Big Daddy Cane

Kevin Williams @ Hurri

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