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December 13, 2011



Incidentally, have U noticed that Frank Haith's new team is ranked in the top ten?


I will post some later, but kehoe will not let us give up the most juicy stuff


What up? Glad you are back up and running! Happy Holidays !


New blog at 11PM.


Make it 11:30 for the new blog.

Problems with the photos...


Glad to hear it was a good time soup, looking forward to the report, Hassan. And don't believe any reports u hear about Morris being injured.


Ibis Duke.


That's an absurd number of non-seniors declaring for the NFL. Out here in Texas, I think Mack Brown has had around 4 players leave early for the NFL...since 2005 (Vince was the first, I believe). Al Golden and staff will hopefully instill some desire to stay the full term (like Moss and Wayne did). Otherwise we will be in a perpetual rebuilding mode.

Imagine if the 2003 team had Andre Johnson and Willis Mcghaee (if he had not been injured). Or 2004, if Kellen Winslow, Vince Wilfork, and Sean Taylor had stayed. Or how Frank Gore might have helped us in 2005 against Florida State? Or if Devin hester and Sinorice Moss might have provided life to a moribund offense in 2006?

There is a long, long list of Miami Hurricanes leaving early and it is a detriment to the program. Here's a partial list of players from recent years:

2002: Clinton Portis
2003: Willis McGahee, Andre Johnson
2004: Kellen Winslow II, Vince Wilfork, Sean Taylor
2005: Frank Gore, Roscoe Parish
2006: Sinorice Moss, Devin Hester
2008: Calais Campbell
2011: Brandon Harris
2012: Lamar Miller, Tommy Streeter, Brandon Washington, Marcus Forston, Vernon Olivier





Good luck to all leaving early!!...thanks for 3 years of frustration....I'll see some of you flipping burgers in a year or 2, or being a runner for big mouth Rosenhous



didn't do nothing in college and now to the NFL?

As Senator Davis would say in the Wire "sheeeeeeeeiiiiiiiitttttt"


OK, make it 12:30...the new blog is up!

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