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August 29, 2012

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Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: Laquinton | August 30, 2012 at 02:04 AM

None but him could physically match up with those guys. He was the only one.

UpNorthCane27

You got it Boss i will def email you photos

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: LB | August 30, 2012 at 08:17 AM

LB,

I am wanting to serve this dish on Saturday, but the local market is out of fresh out of Denzel Perryman and I only have 15 cloves left. They have recommended I substitute the last 5 cloves with a healthy dose of Anthony Chickillo and a teaspoon of Tracy Howard. Your thoughts?

Dude on a Pale Horse

5 wins puts Golden on a very hot seat. 6 wins and there will be grubling. 7 wins and the grumbling will be ignored. 8 wins most will be happy. 9 and above in this year and fans might build a statue, lol.

UpNorthCane27

Well they better start building the Statue and a Stadium, which they should name The Golden Hurricane Stadium, because we are going 12-0!!!!!!!!!!!!!

86Cane

http://espn.go.com/blog/acc/post/_/id/43018/top-25-player-countdown-no-2-2

ESPN's top 25 in the ACC and not s SINGLE UM player made the list. OH MY!

86Cane

The Dude...agree with your season record summary above. Seven PLUS wins in 2012 and I think we coast into 2013 with MUCHO confidence and a touch of swagger.

Montreal-Cane

Posted by: LB | August 30, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Agree. WQAM sucks!

UMike

I honestly don't see how 7 games is a stretch, Duke, BC, USF, Bethune, GT, UNC, NC State should all be wins imo..and I think we pull out at least one from kState, VT, FSU and ND

86Cane

UMike...NCST is getting LOTS of love from the media going into the season. I guess we need to be careful with that one?

UMike

UMike...NCST is getting LOTS of love from the media going into the season. I guess we need to be careful with that one?

Posted by: 86Cane | August 30, 2012 at 03:38 PM

Lots of teams gets LOTS of love..check FSU last year lol

UMike

One thing I THINK Golden brings to UM or changes is that we beat teams we should beat..last year we were close in all our losses except the BC game when Harris finally imploded..the year before that we lost ugly..so I think those close games will be wins..Golden has weeded out the guys that dont want to work, or they left the team, either way this group is full of either old guys that have bought into Golden's plan (see UTough results) or are young and hungry and all about Golden's plan. Look at what Fisch did with Harris (outside of the BC game), imagine what is in store for Morris? IDK if we win 9 or 10 games, but I think we will do better than the "experts" think.

LB

"I am wanting to serve this dish on Saturday, but the local market is out of fresh out of Denzel Perryman and I only have 15 cloves left. They have recommended I substitute the last 5 cloves with a healthy dose of Anthony Chickillo and a teaspoon of Tracy Howard. Your thoughts?"

Hmmm... perhaps also a teaspoon of Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood, and I think you have your base.

A good call. Sometimes the markets run out of cloves before you can get to them.

NativeCane


Herbstreit - "I think if they (UM) gets to 5 or 6 wins, that'd be a lot to ask."

Shut it, Herbie!

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | August 30, 2012 at 12:57 PM

Relax dudes this is a good sign, Herbstreit is ALWAYS wrong when it comes to the Canes!!!

Go Canes!!!

CoCane

True ^^^

solarcane

they should name The Golden Hurricane Stadium

Thats the nickname of The Tulsa Golden Hurricanes stadium (Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium) known to locals as The Golden Hurricanes stadium.

UMike

Unlike quite a few of his Hurricanes teammates, Luther Robinson doesn’t go by a nickname.

But if the 6-3, 290-pound junior defensive tackle did, he says with a smile, “pepperoni” might be fitting.

“I’m a pizza man,” said Robinson, who used to frequently order a large pepperoni pie from Papa John’s and eat it all by himself in his dorm room.

“It’s been a minute. I had to slow down because it was slowing me down.”

http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/08/30/2975623/miami-hurricanes-luther-robinson.html

DallasTX Cane

Posted by: NativeCane | August 30, 2012 at 04:12 PM

Thinking exactly the same NativeCane. The Herbster gives us tons of LUV...we suk. This is the best thing to happen to UM all year!

No talking head can give us love this year because our players haven't done anything. How can anyone not intimately familiar with the Canes predict what this group will do? There's nothing to base any predictions on.

As Canes' fans we need to let it roll. I like the role of the underdog and believe we're going to surprise a lot of people this fall. Have faith Legion! And, enjoy watching a bunch of youngsters turn into a TEAM. I'm really pumped to get the season going!

UMike

The University of Miami injury report is out, and as Al Golden has been saying the past few days, the Hurricanes have made it out of fall camp relatively healthy.

In the first MIami ACC Injury Report just handed out to the media, there are no surprises.

Linebacker Raphael Kirby ("lower extremity'' -- that would be leg) and defensive tackle Curtis Porter ("upper extremity'' -- that would be appendectomy) are the only Canes listed as out for the game.

Actually, they're the only Hurricanes listed on the report. No one is listed as doubtful and no one is listed as probable, and no one is listed under the "Surgeries/Out for the Season'' category. Golden said he is hopeful Kirby returns by midseason.

SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2012/08/injury-report-looks-good-for-the-miami-hurricanes-as-they-get-ready-to-travel-to-boston-college-for-.html#storylink=cpy

Tsully76

I agree with the Dude on our teams win total and what it means for Golden and our perspective on the team status.

Canezitis

Why y'all hatin on herbie? He's actually one of the few analysts that I like because he's actually objective(even if he is a suckeye). If you look at this current team without U goggles, you'd say the same thing,"who is that" at just about every position. And until the NCAA gives us our punishment, there will be this stupid cloud hanging over our heads whether we as fans want to believe or not

Tsully76

I will be happy with 8-4 and ACC Coastal division champions. Anything else is icing on the cake.

NativeCane

Posted by: Canezitis | August 30, 2012 at 05:13 PM

Zitis, Herb is actually one of the few Bucknuts I like, he likes the Canes and has given much love in the past but... he's always wrong about the U! Haha

Go Canes!!!

86Cane

For the second consecutive season, the Miami Hurricanes will open on the road at an Atlantic Coast Conference rival. Year
two of the Al Golden era begins Saturday at Boston College (3:35 p.m. EDT, ABC/ESPN2).

• In the first season under Golden, the Hurricanes fi nished 6-6 overall with a 3-5 ACC record.
• Miami is 56-29-1 all-time in season openers, winning three of its last four.
• Saturday will mark the 29th series meeting with Miami holding a 23-5 advantage over Boston College.
• Boston College and Miami are meeting in the season opener for only the second time. In 1993, then-No. 4 Miami defeated
then-No. 20 Boston College 23-7 in Chestnut Hill.
• Miami is making its first trip to Chestnut Hill since 2007 — a 28-14 Hurricanes loss.
• Miami is 7-3 against Boston College in Chestnut Hill; the last Hurricanes win at Boston College was an 18-7 triumph in 2001
(Miami was ranked No. 1 in the nation).
• Junior QB Stephen Morris was appointed the starting signal-caller following the Miami Hurricanes’ first fall scrimmage in
August. Morris has five career starts under his belt, posting a 2-3 record as a starter.
• Nearly of 70 of Miami’s 2012 roster hails from Florida (67 players), including 21 that hail from Miami-Dade County.
• Gone from Miami’s program are 25 seniors from the class of 2011 — all of which graduated. The senior class was also
honored with the Jack Harding Team Most Outstanding Player Award. The 2011 senior class included All-ACC performers
Sean Spence (LB) and Tyler Horn (OL) as well as record-setting QB Jacory Harris.

WWIN

When is the depth chart coming out???

DallasTX Cane

Posted by: Canezitis | August 30, 2012 at 05:13 PM

I like watching him and he was our lone supporter a couple years ago. But when he went out on a limb for us, we returned the favor by suking. I'm hoping for the reverse this year!

solarcane

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zPxXrA_oDg


CaneSport Publisher Gary Ferman and Managing Editor Matt Shodell break down the Miami Hurricanes defense a few days before the season opener at Boston College.



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zPxXrA_oDg

86Cane

NEW BLOG IS UP!

Canesteeler

Sean spence torn ACL out for season!

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