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Randall McDade

Great Write up

Randall McDade

And First!!!!

SOUP

McDade...U feel some Canespace gear headed your way?

Email me at: canespace86@aol.com

dj moonbat

Holy frijoles, Bailey is a big dude.

Also, I'm a little disappointed that some heavy hitters DIDN'T show up for this pivotal offseason in UM's weight room.

Still, there can't be another college in the country with so many elite alumni dropping in to hang out and pump iron.

roachcane77

I would have to think all of the "NFL lock-out" BS has a lot to do with how many alums are around working out...

solarcane

"What we've got here is failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach, so you get what we had here last week which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. And I don't like it any more than you men."

vaya con dios mac jones

solarcane

Sports illustrated

The 25 Most Hated Teams of All Time

Strutting. Showboating. Self-congratulation. Self-promotion. A sense of entitlement. Too much money. Too much talent. Bandwagon fans. Criminal behavior. Dirty play. These are just some of the things that made the 25 single-season teams on this list so insufferable, and their most egregious sin may have been winning or, in some cases, their failure to win enough. Of all the passions that teams ordinarily inspire, widespread hatred is a pretty notable achievement. Hearty contempt for rivals is a natural part of the sports landscape, but every so often a team unleashes a massive dose of loathing that consumes everyone but its own fans. Here is SI.com's list of the most hated individual teams in sports. (Weigh in with your thoughts and picks here.)

#1 1986 University of Miami football

His players were visionaries, early practitioners of an in-your-face brand of football that went out of its way to belittle and intimidate opponents. It was, in a lot of ways, the opposite of sportsmanship. It was a 'Cane thing. To say that Jimmy Johnson (pictured, left, with Michael Irvin) gave his players free reign was an understatement. The '86 Hurricanes were caught up in "fights and fraud and alleged shoplifting and other unsavory shenanigans involving more than 40 players," wrote SI's Rick Reilly. "Miami may be the only squad in America that has its team picture taken from the front and from the side." It was also flat-out loaded, an NFL developmental squad, and not inclined toward modesty. The top-ranked 'Canes showed up in Tempe, Ariz., for the national title game rocking military fatigues, in stark contrast to the coats and ties sported by the charges of "St. Joe" Paterno, as Johnson dubbed his counterpart. In that famed Fiesta Bowl game, Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde threw five picks and Miami turned the ball over seven times in a 14-10 Penn State upset that made a lot of people across the republic very, very happy. -- Austin Murphy

#3 1992 Dallas Cowboys

Al Tielemans/SI
"The only thing I got left to say is, How 'bout them Cowboys!" Well-coiffed coach Jimmy Johnson's (pictured, left, with Michael Irvin) locker-room whoop after his team's 30-20 win over San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game curdled the blood of anyone who bristled at the Cowboys' claim to being "America's Team." Dallas was back in the Super Bowl for the first time in 14 years, with a spotlight-seeking owner (Jerry Jones), a bling-soaked, showboating, prima donna wideout (Irvin) and a too-good-to-be-true-cut-from-Hollywood quarterback (Troy Aikman). Rolling to a 16-3 mark, the Cowboys were an annoying circus of self-promotion (there were 22 radio and TV shows devoted to them) and in the Super Bowl they took on the stench of preening bullies. During a 52-17 humiliation of Buffalo, defensive tackle Leon Lett recovered a fumble and began waving the ball before he crossed the goal line -- only to be caught from behind by the hustling Don Beebe, who became a hero to Cowboys haters everywhere. -- John Rolfe

#11 1990 University of Miami football

Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images
These guys knew people despised them, and reveled in the fact. The Hurricanes arrived at the Cotton Bowl with players on at least one bus chanting, "We're the [players] you love to hate." Exiled from the national title picture, the 10-2 'Canes took their disappointment out on Texas, which they began taunting during pregame. The Hurricanes even taunted Bevo (I was there). In warm-ups, Miami defender Robert Bailey found Texas kick returner Chris Samuels and vowed to knock him out on the opening kickoff. He did. Miami started its first possession on a first-and-40, the result of two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. Craig Erickson completed three straight passes, moving the chains, as the 'Canes drove for a field goal. Erickson threw four touchdown passes, the most memorable a 48-yarder to Randall (Thrill) Hill (pictured), who continued through the end zone and into the stadium tunnel. Seldom has a team been so undisciplined ... and unstoppable. Miami had a Cotton-record 132 yards in penalties. At halftime. The 'Canes finished with 202 yards in penalties, a bowl record that still stands. They also won 46-3. "If they aren't the best," 'Horns coach David McWilliams said, "I don't want to play the best." -- Austin Murphy

Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/more/07/26/most.hated.teams2/index.html#ixzz1SbGg4mh3

solarcane

Eduardo Clements

I’m a Hurricane because I love the tradition, the team, the fans, the atmosphere at the games, everything.

Coming to Miami on my visit and talking to some of the guys here, they welcomed me onto the team. They didn’t look at me and think of me as someone taking their position, but more like a brother. That’s something very serious to it, how family-oriented it is. I felt like I was welcomed into a family. All of us look out for each other.

My favorite song right now is “I’m On One” by Drake.

My favorite thing about being part of the U family is just waking up everyday and knowing that when I’ve got problems, I’ve got brothers and people to help me through everything. I really don’t have to call my mom or dad and tell them what I’m going through out there. I can call Sean Spence or Boom [Marcus Forston] and they help me and give me advice.

At the U, I’ve learned so much from Marcus Forston.

One thing everyone should know about Miami football is that it is dedicated to hard work and being student-athletes.

Other than football, I’m talented at basketball. Just shooting, though. I don’t want to do anything else, I just want to shoot (laughs).

Booker T. Washington High School made me who I am today. I had a lot of tough times. I lost a best friend at Booker T my senior year. I feel like Booker T is always going to be in my heart, no matter what. I had Coach Ice Harris for a few years as head coach at Booker T and it was a great experience. Then, I got here and he was here for my first year, so that made it even better. Booker T will always have a place in my heart.

The actor I would want to play me in a movie is Kevin Hart, if it’s a funny one. If it’s action, either Vin Diesel or the Rock.

The song no one would believe I have on my iPod is “Promise” by Ciera.

No one can believe I sing. Only in the shower though.

If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be my best friend Anthony Smith who passed my senior year. When things get tough, I always think about him smiling and how he’d attack that situation. If I could go with anybody, it would be him.

The most influential person in my life is my mom. Through everything, up’s and down’s, it’s her. I’m a big mama’s boy. I don’t wash clothes. She’s really one of the reasons I came here. She doesn’t want anybody else washing my clothes, so that’s a big thing for her. This was the only place I could go.

Legacy is everything. Everyone wants to have their own legacy and have people to remember them by something. Coming here UM has a lot of people who have a great legacy, and I want to continue in that role.

Best advice I can give is that winners never quit, and quitters never win.

When I played football as a kid, I pretended to be LaDainian Tomlinson. As a running back, he’s very versatile. He has great vision, great hands, and that’s that.
I switched my position this year. I played running back from high school up until this year. It’s different to be on the other side of the ball, trying to figure out what the other guy is doing. Going against the guys on our team, Allen Hurns, Travis Benjamin, Davon Johnson, all the fast guys, you second-guess yourself as to how fast you have to push yourself against them. Practicing against them everyday will only make us better as a defense and make me better as a player.

Coming into spring, I played running back, so I was on top of my playbook. Coach Golden called me into his office and asked me if I could do something. I’m a team player, so I’ll do whatever the coaches ask me. They asked me to play corner. I had a little setback when I had high ankle sprain, and then they asked me to play safety. They threw everything at me, and as a team player, I took everything and ran with it. Right now, the guy who keeps me levelheaded and teaches me everything is Ray-Ray Armstrong. He helps me with everything, he’s very football intelligent and school intelligent. I take advice from him and anyone else.

When I was six years old, I was very interested in light-up shoes. My mom used to catch a fit because I wanted every pair. I had at least four pairs (laughs).

Football has given me a lot of headaches. A lot of up’s and down’s. Football has taught me a lot. It’s taught me how to be on time, and how to be responsible. It’s like a responsibility. It also taught me how to communicate with different people, people coming from different places and different backgrounds. Being on the football team, you’ll have that every year.

I never thought coming from my neighborhood that I would be here. I took a different route, and my mom and my dad stayed on me no matter what. I never thought I would be here right now. They kept me away from a lot of stuff. I’m just happy to be here.

I was raised in a tough environment, where nothing came free. You had to fight for whatever you wanted, and I’m still fighting.


solarcane

Vote for greatest Cane of alltime

Your heart will say Sean Taylor of course, but you have hall of fame players like Ted Hendricks only Miami Hurricane to be first team All American three consecutive years, guys that won every award possible like Dan Morgan,guys that were the best that ever lived at their position like Jim Otto.
so who honestly is the greatest Miami Hurricane of all time?

http://hurricanesports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/071911ada.html

dj moonbat

so who honestly is the greatest Miami Hurricane of all time?


The Playmaker.

solarcane


Golden offered this kid today
He currently has offers from 6 elementary schools, and Chuck E Cheese.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGHeNjJgqAQ&feature=related

solarcane

these guys are running the 40 tomorrow to see who is the fastest right now

Tomorrow we will c who has the fastest 40

millertime_6
12jharris12
TravisBenjamin3
B_McGee21
Moneymaker_81
TSTREETER8
Dorsett_85!!!!

I can tell you the guy that will be the slowest.

Hassan

Who is money maker. Benjamin 1 st. miller 2nd mcgee 3rd streeter 4th dorsett 5th. If u can get video show it

solarcane

Davon Johnson

McGee says Benjamin is going to beat everybody

SOUP

Who is money maker. Benjamin 1 st. miller 2nd mcgee 3rd streeter 4th dorsett 5th. If u can get video show it

Posted by: Hassan | July 19, 2011 at 10:36 PM

Totally Agree.

IraqiCane

Food for thought...http://espn.go.com/college-sports/story/_/id/6778847/college-athletes-deserve-paid?

GO CANES!!!

canechic

I know I have been under a rock and preoccupied but how bout this Mark Tyler story at USC???

Let me see, I have accosted a woman while drunk, I have spit on a woman at a club while drunk, I have gone on camera to say that my school pays well, that my school's initials stand for U sexual ballers while drunk......hummmm and I am still on the team with just a one game suspension?

And all the while ESPN commentators, Urban Meyer and Keyshawn Johnson come on a national show that all these kids watch and they tell this is no big deal and we need to move on?

Wow this is just shameful, no wonder those Gator kids were behaving the way they did.

I will give it up to Mark Tyler's father for at least saying he needs to be punished and his embarrassed by his son's behavior.

canechic

he is

SinisterCane

these guys are running the 40 tomorrow to see who is the fastest right now

Tomorrow we will c who has the fastest 40

millertime_6
12jharris12
TravisBenjamin3
B_McGee21
Moneymaker_81
TSTREETER8
Dorsett_85!!!!

I can tell you the guy that will be the slowest.

Find out who has the best hands and run the best routes, Canes had speed when they went 7-6

Ohio_Cane

My guess on the 40's today. In order:

Benjamin
Miller
McGee
Dorsett
Streeter
Johnson
Harris

Ungar

Here is a puzzle for this morning. All of these were responses to the same news.

I Am The Best Burger! - Whopper
Now What Can I Go On? - Cheese
Great, now how am I going to get to California? - Lightning McQueen
Windows 95 Rules! - Bill Gates
I phoned home about your copyright infringement! - E.T.
Now who is gonna watch my sister's kids? - Bernie


Ohio_Cane

Today's Groupon: $15 for $30 worth of Canes items at AllCanes.com

Just in case anyone didn't see it and wants to take advantage.

Ohio_Cane

^^ http://www.groupon.com/deals/all-canes?utm_campaign=UserReferralutm_medium=twitterutm_source=uu3700315

Sorry, forgot link.

Hassan

When will race results be posted. Any video or race times. Canes fastest man will be in the running for nfl fastest man.

Six

Holy frijoles, Bailey is a big dude.

Posted by: dj moonbat | July 19, 2011 at 07:10 PM


^^^^^ this X 100

He looks insane scary in that pic of him with the Chiefs logo

Didn't Tebow of Nazareth talk about him after the game against the Canes, saying something about he didn't like getting him by #57 at all?

Six

he didn't like getting *hit* by #57 at all

Six

I think Jerry Reid would've made an ode to Allen Bailey, to the tune of "Amos Moses"



raizecane

Solar - did u hear about this?

http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/07/20/3-swept-over-yosemite-waterfall-witnesses-say/?hpt=hp_t2

sad indeed....

raizecane

How to win the national championship in NCAA 12 -

http://www.brighthub.com/video-games/console/articles/121675.aspx

j.w.

I saw that on the news last night, raize. If it really happened it is a really sad story. Only 1 person saw it happen, though, and the rangers didn't find anyone yet. Here is the latest:
http://www.kcra.com/news/28607750/detail.html

Ohio_Cane

When will race results be posted. Any video or race times. Canes fastest man will be in the running for nfl fastest man.

Posted by: Hassan | July 20, 2011 at 11:10 AM
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Their combine testing starts at 2pm EST. I'll post em as I see em. No video that I know of though.

raizecane

J.W. that is messed up if it did happen,. Makes you wonder what those people were thinking.

When I visited Chimney rock, you get to a point where on one side of the bridge, you can soak your feet and climb some rocks. But on the other side of the bridge, there is a sign that says "do not enter - sure death will result". If you do, you will drop 404 feet......

Ohio_Cane

Papa Cane - Word on the street is that 5-Star OG Jordan Simmons, 6'5'' and 330 lbs, has narrowed his list to USC, Oregon and Miami.

solarcane

apparently McGee isn't screwing around out there

Jordan Futch

I saw the 4.19 with my own eyes dat _McGee21 ran...dudes gunna have to bring dey A game 2day

solarcane

raize that's sad man

solarcane

Alonzo Mourning Accused of Hit-and-Run Car Crash While Driving Porsche

http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2011/07/alonzo_mourning_accused_of_hit.php

Ohio_Cane

Behind the Facemask: Eduardo Clements

"I'm a Hurricane because I love the tradition, the team, the fans, the atmosphere at the games, everything.

Coming to Miami on my visit and talking to some of the guys here, they welcomed me onto the team. They didn't look at me and think of me as someone taking their position, but more like a brother. That's something very serious to it, how family-oriented it is. I felt like I was welcomed into a family. All of us look out for each other.

My favorite song right now is "I'm On One" by Drake.

My favorite thing about being part of the U family is just waking up everyday and knowing that when I've got problems, I've got brothers and people to help me through everything. I really don't have to call my mom or dad and tell them what I'm going through out there. I can call Sean Spence or Boom [Marcus Forston] and they help me and give me advice.

At the U, I've learned so much from Marcus Forston.

One thing everyone should know about Miami football is that it is dedicated to hard work and being student-athletes.

Other than football, I'm talented at basketball. Just shooting, though. I don't want to do anything else, I just want to shoot (laughs).

Booker T. Washington High School made me who I am today. I had a lot of tough times. I lost a best friend at Booker T my senior year. I feel like Booker T is always going to be in my heart, no matter what. I had Coach Ice Harris for a few years as head coach at Booker T and it was a great experience. Then, I got here and he was here for my first year, so that made it even better. Booker T will always have a place in my heart.

The actor I would want to play me in a movie is Kevin Hart, if it's a funny one. If it's action, either Vin Diesel or the Rock.

The song no one would believe I have on my iPod is "Promise" by Ciera.

No one can believe I sing. Only in the shower though.

If I could spend a day with anybody, it would be my best friend Anthony Smith who passed my senior year. When things get tough, I always think about him smiling and how he'd attack that situation. If I could go with anybody, it would be him.

The most influential person in my life is my mom. Through everything, up's and down's, it's her. I'm a big mama's boy. I don't wash clothes. She's really one of the reasons I came here. She doesn't want anybody else washing my clothes, so that's a big thing for her. This was the only place I could go.

Legacy is everything. Everyone wants to have their own legacy and have people to remember them by something. Coming here UM has a lot of people who have a great legacy, and I want to continue in that role.

Best advice I can give is that winners never quit, and quitters never win.

When I played football as a kid, I pretended to be LaDainian Tomlinson. As a running back, he's very versatile. He has great vision, great hands, and that's that. I switched my position this year. I played running back from high school up until this year. It's different to be on the other side of the ball, trying to figure out what the other guy is doing. Going against the guys on our team, Allen Hurns, Travis Benjamin, Davon Johnson, all the fast guys, you second-guess yourself as to how fast you have to push yourself against them. Practicing against them everyday will only make us better as a defense and make me better as a player.

Coming into spring, I played running back, so I was on top of my playbook. Coach Golden called me into his office and asked me if I could do something. I'm a team player, so I'll do whatever the coaches ask me. They asked me to play corner. I had a little setback when I had high ankle sprain, and then they asked me to play safety. They threw everything at me, and as a team player, I took everything and ran with it. Right now, the guy who keeps me levelheaded and teaches me everything is Ray-Ray Armstrong. He helps me with everything, he's very football intelligent and school intelligent. I take advice from him and anyone else.

When I was six years old, I was very interested in light-up shoes. My mom used to catch a fit because I wanted every pair. I had at least four pairs (laughs).

Football has given me a lot of headaches. A lot of up's and down's. Football has taught me a lot. It's taught me how to be on time, and how to be responsible. It's like a responsibility. It also taught me how to communicate with different people, people coming from different places and different backgrounds. Being on the football team, you'll have that every year.

I never thought coming from my neighborhood that I would be here. I took a different route, and my mom and my dad stayed on me no matter what. I never thought I would be here right now. They kept me away from a lot of stuff. I'm just happy to be here.

I was raised in a tough environment, where nothing came free. You had to fight for whatever you wanted, and I'm still fighting."

http://hurricanesports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/071911adb.html

solarcane

ohio I posted Eduardo last night but it's cool u take time to hunt stuff down, keep it up

Ohio_Cane

Lol, my bad Solar. I had practice all night with the high school team I coach and wasn't on here much.

Per Phil Steele: 2011 Stregth of Schedule - Miami #10, Florida #23, and FSU #78. You can see it all here: http://ow.ly/5JgPG

Ohio_Cane

Miami #8 **

SinisterCane

apparently McGee isn't screwing around out there

LOL not directed at Solar but Mcgee is 1 hick-up from Finnie starting @ CB, the only time we hear Mcgee's name is during a race

solarcane

ohio,
you noticed Storm Johnson isn't tweeting about all the money he is getting ready to make and how nobody has heard the last of him? OLeary must have snuffed his account and told him to stfu for awhile.

Ohio_Cane

Posted by: solarcane | July 20, 2011 at 02:27 PM
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I actually stopped following him once he left UM. So I haven't seen anything he's said in a while now.

Ohio_Cane

Mcgee is 1 hick-up from Finnie starting @ CB, the only time we hear Mcgee's name is during a race

Posted by: SinisterCane | July 20, 2011 at 02:23 PM
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We could do a lot worse than having Finnie be a starting CB from what I've heard. If hearsay and rumors are true, UM needs a lot more kids just like Thomas Finnie.

canechic

Solar now Storm has met the real military style coach. The school is going to even be paying out lots of money for this military style. Maybe this kid will get his head on right but somehow I doubt it.

No comments from anyone on the USC kid? I am just stunned by the comments from Urban Meyer on College Football Live. If the TMZ video was his first offense, I might cut him some slack but after I heard about his other problems...no way....he behaved badly.

solarcane

sin

no sweat brudda
The thing is, what they are doing is racing not playing cb at the moment, so yea McGee is probabbly blowing the doors off the defenseive starters without a lot of effort.

Ohio_Cane

Matt Porter - Word is NCAA will pass tougher academic standards: 2.5 core GPA required to play. #hitthebooks

solarcane

ohio
I always let Twitter run in the background while I'm working on blueprints or messing with graphics.
I read every outdoor, kayak, or angling guy and girl on there, some are cool, some are just on there.
I also watch as many Canes, XCanes, HOF Canes comments and college football news as I can when I'm at the PC
I was able to get The Ohio State vacated wins from a student at The Ohio State and tons of other useless crap on Canespace before ESPN, SI, CBS sports and lots of others had it on their website.

You are doing a great job putting stuff on the space, not many people are gonna take time to say thanks but believe me lots of folks enjoy what your doing.

3G Cane

I'm tired of hearing about athletes behaving badly. Idiots get too much publicity these days.

UMike

Solar and Ohio..I appreciate it..and everyone else who does since I don't tweet lol

Ohio_Cane

You are doing a great job putting stuff on the space, not many people are gonna take time to say thanks but believe me lots of folks enjoy what your doing.

Posted by: solarcane | July 20, 2011 at 02:43 PM
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It's my pleasure. Glad to help out any way I can.

I watch ex-Canes as well, but something about him leaving and acting the way he did made me not wanna see what he had to say on a daily basis.

solarcane

canechic,
I hope SJ gets the team concept and does well. He is a great athlete but really immature. You are right maybe the staff there sets him straight.

UMike

UPDATE..some of you may remember how my son left his football team mid-season over concerns with his homework and Church activities...well..he went back to the team as basically the water boy the remainder of the season lol...BUT..he went through every off-season workout/practice, summer workouts, ran track with the football team, spring practice and more...football season/practice started July 11th and he is currently the starting JV free safety and slot wr...very proud of him. He also knows his playbook inside and out and is helping some of his buddies with theirs. Next year I plan on sending him to one of Goldens camps

solarcane

umike,

There is a lot of good information that goes by on twitter, but there is
still enough "I am sitting on my patio with my dog" shyt to last three or four lifetimes.
How is the mini cane doing?

Ohio_Cane

Posted by: UMike | July 20, 2011 at 02:51 PM
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That's fantastic. Glad to see grades coming before sports. U are obviously a fantastic father, UMike.

Ohio_Cane

Off Topic Warning:

Tiger Woods has decided to get rid of Steve Williams as his caddie. The two have been together since March 1999. http://t.co/gtcmT6P

WOW...

j.w.

More on the Yosemite deaths (they have names now so I'm assuming this really did happen):
http://www.sacbee.com/2011/07/19/3780292/yosemite-rangers-fear-hikers-swept.html

solarcane

dang Umike reads minds lol!

canechic

That is great Umike!

3G it is not only this kid but the response by the supposed adults is what truly angers me. Remember these kids will continue to behave this way as long as they can get away with it. If money comes before rules then what do we expect?

All of it makes me sick. The cockiness of that kid on that video...just not a care in the world....no one is important but him. Yuck!

UMike

lol solar..hes doing great..would be nice if he hit a growth spurt soon though lol...but he is hitting the books..he knows every route by heart and almost all of the o-line blocking schemes and more..blew me away...catches everything thrown his way..and the coaches trust him..he is the smallest 7th grader and starting at safety

solarcane

Here's a full day on a boat interview with Coach/Captain Leach

http://www.sbnation.com/2011/7/20/2282082/mike-leach-texas-tech-interview

3G Cane

canechic-Well considering all the stuff that went down under his watch at UFlu, it should be no surprise that he thinks the Tyler situation is much ado about nothing. Afterall it didnt meet the assault rifle pre-requisite...

Six

Rays supposedly in talks with Reds about Yonder Alonso and Yasmani Grandal ...

you gotta be kidding me. If you're a Canes/Rays fan, this is like freaking heaven

SOUP

If you do, you will drop 404 feet......

Posted by: raizecane | July 20, 2011 at 01:01 PM

It's not the falling that kills you, it's the landing.

Ohio_Cane

Papa Cane - So our Miami Hurricanes had a 40 yard dash competition today, and guess who the fastest was? @B_McGee21 at 4.29. #lightning

SOUP

Solar..."The Eagle has landed."

The WYPT 2011 shirts are in hand and in my car and they look great! I'll be leaving Jax tomorrow at 1 PM and headed Northbound at a high rate of speed.

GENERAL WARNING: If U see a white Isuzu Rodeo in your rear view mirror there are just three choices: Lead, follow or just get the hell outta my way.

SOUP

Ohio, You are doing a great job putting stuff on the space, not many people are gonna take time to say thanks but believe me lots of folks enjoy what your doing.

Posted by: solarcane | July 20, 2011 at 02:43 PM

I second that emotion.

Ohio_Cane

I second that emotion.

Posted by: SOUP | July 20, 2011 at 04:01 PM
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Lol, I think I've been saying this wrong my whole life... I thought it was "I second that motion"?

UMike

Now if McGee can just cover someone...

solarcane

soup i am sike!

solarcane

Tommy Streeter
“@solarcane: Is jacory still running?”---lmao

Ohio_Cane

LMAO Solar! That's awesome!

Thanks too, cuz I didn't realize The 'Space acct wasn't following him.

Ohio_Cane

Streeter saying he ran a 4.36... Damn, if that's right, he's way faster than I thought.

UMike

Ohio..and now that he is out of RS's doghouse and no favorites are being played, I expect Streeter to shine

solarcane

what umike said

Ohio_Cane

Ohio..and now that he is out of RS's doghouse and no favorites are being played, I expect Streeter to shine

Posted by: UMike | July 20, 2011 at 04:39 PM
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He should. I've followed him and Ray Ray since before they committed to UM, and expected much more than what they've produced in the past. Hopefully, it was actually the doghouse, and not lack of effort.

Ohio_Cane

If anyone hears/reads what these guys ran today, let me know. I'm making a list for NCAA 12, cuz the speeds listed on there are WAY off. Has Eduardo Clements as fastest on the team, and TB3 8th...

I have McGee's and Streeter's. Any others would be appreciated.

UMike

Ohio..same here..NO WAY anyone that watched the state title game against MNW would have thought Ray Ray would be where he is now..I expect him to DOMINATE! He is capable..RS doghouse hurt a lot of careers..imo

elliott

If anyone hears/reads what these guys ran today, let me know. I'm making a list for NCAA 12, cuz the speeds listed on there are WAY off. Has Eduardo Clements as fastest on the team, and TB3 8th...

I have McGee's and Streeter's. Any others would be appreciated.

Yeah I am in the process of editing my ratings now. What roster base are you using? I have a PS3 and I am using nelsonthethird roster set. If you go online you can download his and that is his PSN name. Everything looks good coaches named and everything but the speed ratings are terrible. Aldarius Johnson with a 94 on speed?

Here is what I have so far:

TB 98 ON SPEED

Streeter 95
Miller 96
Mcgee 97

grooms 93

I am working on the others as we speak before I start my dynasty. Also our de's are jacked up. No way Olivier Vernon should not be at least an 86 overall.

SinisterCane

Great we have the fastest group of underchieving skilled players in the ACC.

Who winning the catch, route running, cover and run block award

canechic

Great we have the fastest group of underchieving skilled players in the ACC.

Who winning the catch, route running, cover and run block award

Posted by: SinisterCane | July 20, 2011 at 05:49 PM

MY THOUGHTS EXACTLY!!!!!

I was going to ask who won the film watching award, the studying the playbook award, and the practicing restrain award!!!!!

Felipe.

I'll third both canechic & Sinistercane. Raw ability was what got them into FBS. Getting them into the BCS is going to require some skill development. How about some other skill-based events to reward that?

Hassan

Any other info on the race today

SinisterCane

Man I'm having a bad day. Anybody notice with NCAA 12 career recruiting that the top 20 out 150 are always WR's and and few RB's and outnof the top 150 only 60 defensive player made the board.

SinisterCane

Man I'm having a bad day. Anybody notice with NCAA 12 career recruiting that the top 20 out 150 are always WR's and and few RB's and outnof the top 150 only 60 defensive player made the board.

SinisterCane

This wr corp LEAD the nation in drop passes, i don't care if they run a 4.10 if you can't hold on to the ball you might as well be running 5.67

AlpharettaCane

so who honestly is the greatest Miami Hurricane of all time?

Lance Leggett

canechic

Bottom of the third inning and the Marlins are down 13 to 0....ugh!

Ohio_Cane

Elliot - use GatorNuts0208. They're awesome. Need a little adjusting, but overall really good. Has all transfers done and everything. They're working on a version 2 now with corrections they missed

Ohio_Cane

Elliot - u can always just download mine. It's pretty ready to go. Downloaded Gators, plus made changes to Canes. Name is OhioCANE

4-Real

Ohio, is UM still recruiting Tavadis Glenn & Delmar Taylor?

dj moonbat

Next year I plan on sending him to one of Goldens camps

Posted by: UMike | July 20, 2011 at 02:51 PM


Well, it sounds like he could play ball. But make him earn the $55. Don't take it from SOUP. The NCAA will be all up in his grill in a second.

solarcane

Jacory is in


12JHarris12 Jay
@ @nedco67 @B_McGee21 @TSTREETER8 @solarcane yea I'm just finishing. Swasey timed me at a 2hrs 2mins 40.36 secs.

solarcane

millertime_6 lamar miller
@ @solarcane 4.30

Caned

Who do I need to contact about writing a blog for canespace?

elliott

Elliot - u can always just download mine. It's pretty ready to go. Downloaded Gators, plus made changes to Canes. Name is OhioCAN

The guy I downloaded rosters from used gatornuts as his base set and he went in and tweaked them a little bit. If Lamar ran a 4.3 in the 40 then his speed has to be a 99, right?

SOUP

millertime_6 lamar miller
@ @solarcane 4.30

Posted by: solarcane | July 20, 2011 at 09:26 PM

Killian Cougars in da house!

I am told by a good source that Miller loses VERY little time in pads and helmet and while carrying the ball as compared to others. There is fast, and then there is football FAST. Miller is both.

dj moonbat

I am told by a good source that Miller loses VERY little time in pads and helmet and while carrying the ball as compared to others. There is fast, and then there is football FAST. Miller is both.

Posted by: SOUP | July 20, 2011 at 10:04 PM


Well, SOUP, for once your Killian blinders have nonetheless allowed you to perceive the truth. That kid is the real deal. Now that he's going to be the Featured Back, things are looking up everywhere else on the offense. You can't let your guard down with a back like Miller.

solarcane

Caned,
We are always looking for people to write articles for Canespace, email me at solarcane@hotmail.com and tell me what you have in mind.

I'll forward it to 86Cane/soup for you, or when hes on here he can give you the email address he wants you to send it too.
And thanks!

solarcane

"Moneymaker_81 DJ
Yeah I still got sum speed left in da engine clocked a 4.33 2day"

Davon was cranking it out too.

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