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January 24, 2013

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86Cane

NEW BLOG UP!

orange 'n green in the vein

What's this joker blabbing on about free passes?

Ale House, this is from an article about why the Lakers suck this year, tell me where D'No and Al's plushies are on this example?

There are two types of coaches …

1. A coach who looks at his players and says, "How can I put these guys in the best position for them to succeed?"

2. A coach who looks at his players and says, "How can I use these guys to make my system succeed?"

Now, think about the mind-set driving Coach No. 2: He's basically saying, I'm here only because of my system. I can't actually coach. If you give me the wrong players for my system, it doesn't matter — I will keep using the system anyway, because Plan B would be coming up with a more inventive way to coach these guys. And I can't do that. I'm not good enough. So if it's OK with you, I'd like to go down in flames with my system."

Coach #2 is responsible for any clouds over the football program Ale. Plus, a shoddy carpenter always blames his tools.

The Dude

F*ck man, Canespace kicks a**.

Terrance Sullivan

Yes I am a proud Miami Hurricane Club member and renewed.

Ohio_Cane

I'LL BE AT THE PITT GAME FOR ANY SPACERS WHO WANNA MEET UP!!!!

Live 45 mins from the stadium!

UpNorthCane27

I believe Ohio and myself will be at that game!!

Ohio_Cane

Yes, I'm a proud Miami Hurricane club member and just got my renewal package the other day.

kenyon19ypr

86- If you want to meet me halfway, like in Tennessee or something haha. You should go to Pitt next year-heck, we should get a CaneSpace group to go there for all us northern-living Cane folk.

Mcginns ale house

ogv---not a fair fight can only post on my phone.(the letters are getting small) 86
was supposed help me fix so i coul post on my laptop but he never did. I will finish
calling you out later when i have a better field of vision.ps....I hope we dont lose Dno to a heach coaching spot!!!!

Jack

LB -

I agree! As a fan you must vote with your "pocket book" and right about now I am about to write some checks, lol

Go Canes

Mcginns ale house

-Orange 'n Gallo in the vein--
Yes-- I have been drinking;) it's Friday and you
can't cut me off "I have a tab ask the barmaid"
I stand by my earlier post and believe you enjoy
spreading a dirty black cloud over the football program.
While others choose to give you a free pass I do not.
Excuse me for a sec-
"Ya of course I will have another!! What kind of stupid question is that?"

UpNorthCane27

Guys i admit i got worries aboutthe sandland stuff i forgot we libe in a world with trolls around us

86Cane

Lots of ideas floatin' around this young head. Only 218 days till football season!

Posted by: kenyon19ypr | January 25, 2013 at 07:47 PM

Let me know when. I'll send my peeps to meet your peeps and we will do lunch.

Tonycane

It's time to renegotiate golden's contract. Now.

Ohio_Cane


Only 218 days till football season!

Posted by: kenyon19ypr | January 25, 2013 at 07:47 PM
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Whoa, whoa, whoa... Slow down!

Lets just worry about NSD in 12 (TWELVE!)!days!

kenyon19ypr

86- My novel was written in bits and pieces by everyone so I figured there was no need to re-type it all.
I am gonna try to do a really solid article for you all next week, though. Lots of ideas floatin' around this young head.
Only 218 days till football season!

orange 'n green in the vein

Ale House needs to be cut off at the bar, he's not making sense since The Pimp refused to let an injury to his best player completely derail his season.

Unlike the guy who looks like his favorite plushie that is . . .

Ohio_Cane

Kamalu is a June enrollee I believe. Not 100% sure

CaneRock

Ohio_Cane, is Kamalu EEing, or is He coming in later?

Ohio_Cane


Where is it saying beau sandland to ASU????

Posted by: UpNorthCane | January 25, 2013 at 06:09 PM
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In the fake world of "This Place Isn't Real", yes, he's at ASU

He's enrolled at UM as of today.

Hassan


Coley is a silent, we got him already, Collins is coming to. Are getting into Re-Load time boyz. 1st rounders' backing up 1st Rounders. I know i sound crazy but believe me this class coming in now will back up kids will that will go in the 1st rd.

CaneRock

MAN!, watching video of Coley, that kid is a FREAKIN' PLAYER!
I'll tell ya'll what, if we can land Him and Collins, PHEW!, that would be darn near impossible to stop.

86Cane

OK guys, U gotta be smart. When some guy shows up outta the blue named "Darby" U gotta be susupect about his 411.

I'm jus sayin...

Hassan

Forgot the link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzjmjGsa3PA

Hassan


New Canesfreak 2012 video good stuff

CaneRock

“They were there to talk about the 2014 kids, but they weren’t there to talk to the kids because that’s against the rules right now,” Coach Marroquin explained. “I had my list with our 2014 guys ready to go and we talked about that. We discussed what the Hialeah program was all about. By the end of the day, they showed their professionalism and the energy in the room was big. It was a very straight forward meeting.”

“It was like meeting with two head coaches,” Marroquin said. “It was a complete team effort between the two. You could tell that they were professional–very professional. Those guys came and meant business. It wasn’t a game, it was straight business.”

Posted by: Hassan | January 25, 2013 at 06:20 PM

Now THAT'S! what I'm talkin' about, VERY! good stuff Hassan.
It's about time we reached out and made some inroads in Hialeah, that's an area I felt we've lost ground on in the past.

Now if we can get the "Boyz In The Muck" down wit' it, we'll be alright.

Hassan

from caneinsider

Hialeah offensive coordinator Dennis Marroquin was tasked with the sit down meeting to discuss the talented T-Breds 2014 class with Golden and Cristobal (head coach Marc Berman was in another meeting at the time).

“They were there to talk about the 2014 kids, but they weren’t there to talk to the kids because that’s against the rules right now,” Coach Marroquin explained. “I had my list with our 2014 guys ready to go and we talked about that. We discussed what the Hialeah program was all about. By the end of the day, they showed their professionalism and the energy in the room was big. It was a very straight forward meeting.”

“It was like meeting with two head coaches,” Marroquin said. “It was a complete team effort between the two. You could tell that they were professional–very professional. Those guys came and meant business. It wasn’t a game, it was straight business.”

Mcginns ale house

Every blog has its negative nancy. Canespace
Has ogv and the herald has Jim gallo. Somebody
on the space hinted to me they were the same person.
I don't believe that,even though there writing styles
are pretty close.
Can anybody confirm or deny that they are ? Or are not the
same person?

CaneRock

This is pretty funny:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPR_VwNOCDQ

Mcginns ale house

Ogv--- I read your earlier post. Only you could taint this weeks good
news with a negative post. I know coley is gonna suck -- the Gold-don does
not know what he is doing. The pimp is great ---- black clouds around football program-- somebody pissed in my Cheerios I think it was Dno---
Blah-blah blah- blah- even you can't stop this wave of positive energy
no matter how hard you try!!!!haha--- u m football on the rise wether you like
It or not!!!!!

Hassan


Plumlee is a great athlete and an improved player, I am not sure how much he is overrated because he is not rated super high. He is a good player and a great athlete. KK is a baller though and can have a good career in the L, he should thank coach L. All these kids learning to play real D should thank coach L because that will show up on tape and help them get in the league.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: Hassan | January 25, 2013 at 05:34 PM

Plumlee.

I know people down the 'overrated' chant as you're supposedly discrediting your own team's accomplishment while its happening but I couldn't help but enjoy the fact he rimmed out two free throws while the crowd indulged in it as that blowout ran down. Effective psyche weapon.

Hassan

Darnell Dockett on Katherine Webb …
“And I would have got her if I really wanted her. But I don’t think she’s my type. I’m not into the thinner girls and the modeling thing like that. I like hood chicks. I like girls with a couple stab wounds, bullet holes, been knocked up a few times. I like girls who’ll be able to drive me and look over and be like ‘you know my driver’s license is suspended.’ I like girls who you know have bad credit when they’re 21.”

Texascane

The best I've read yet...written in non-lawyer talk by a lawyer (some graphic language)...

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2013/1/24/3907888/ncaa-miami-investigation-scandal

CaneRock

David Thompson isn't the only hitter at UM who can throw a football

Turns out redshirt freshman David Thompson isn't the only athlete at the University of Miami who can swing a big bat and fling a football around.

Outfielder Grant Heyman, a three-sport star at Pittsford-Sutherland High School (N.Y.) and 11th round pick of the Toronto Blue Jays in June, said Friday he's had discussions with the football staff about going out for football in the fall.

Heyman (6-4 1/2, 205) was an All-State quarterback and said he had offers from Rutgers, Syracuse and Buffalo as well as some Football Championship Subdivision programs. He said UM coaches told him he would come in as an athlete and potentially play "quarterback, receiver, really anywhere."

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/01/david-thompson-isnt-the-only-hitter-at-um-who-can-throw-a-football.html#storylink=cpy

Hassan


Michael Casagrande ‏@ByCasagrande
Miami's Kenny Kadji on Duke reaction when Reggie Johnson checked in: I’m telling you there were some scared players out there.”

LB

Thanks, positive and negative comments. But sports is entertainment. The point is to get good entertainment, right? No one wants to be hanging around .500 and being a middle of the road team in a mediocre conference.

I absolutely have no problem being the villain, but being conditionally loyal isn't a bad thing. Else spend your money and watch a good movie.

Cause: Bad coach, mediocre team.
Effect: now we've got a good coach in an upwardly mobile program. Pretty sweet.

CaneRock

Greg Cote:

AL GOLDEN'S "HOMELAND SECURITY" STRATEGY: I find Al Golden's two most recent Hurricanes football hires to be good ones, but more than that interesting ones, for the same reason. James Coley, the new offensive coordinator (from FSU, pictured top) and Mario Cristobal, assistant head coach/tight ends (from FIU, bottom) have this in common: Recruiting. It is a clear strength of both men, especially in South Florida. Cristobal is born and raised here and tapped in with local schools. Coley is a Miami High alum whose first coaching job was at Norland; ESPN has named him top recruiter in the ACC. I mentioned this coincidence to a source in the football program. "But it isn't a coincidence. It's our 'Homeland Security' plan," the source said, the phrase his, not Golden's. "Al wants to dominate [recruiting] in Dade and Broward." That's especially true now as the school faces possible scholarship limits by the NCAA in the Nevin Shapiro case. If you don't have quantity, the quality had better be that much greater. The strategy to dominate in your bounteous backyard also sounds to me like a head coach digging in and planning to stay awhile. Golden and Cristobal were at the basketball arena with guest recruits during UM's big win over No. 1 Duke -- a result and ambience that could only have helped Canes recruiting leading to next month's signing day. And sitting right next to UM's current star running back Duke Johnson was the player Miami hopes follows in Duke's footsteps: South Plantation's heavily recruited Alex Collins. My guy coined the new reemphasis on South Florida as 'Homeland Security.' I might call it fencing in the backyard. Either way, Coley and Cristobal are smart hires to help Golden and UM get there.

Montreal-Cane

A source told ESPN's Joe Schad that Shapriro's attorney was given a list of questions to ask during the bankruptcy deposition on behalf of the NCAA. The attorney then sent a bill to the NCAA for expenses, which NCAA president Mark Emmert said led to questions of the organization's conduct in the case.

Perez said the NCAA paid her for her services. She told the Sun Sentinel she shared a common interest with the NCAA, but did not say what it was.

My last comment on the matter for a while...

Perez is toast
NCAA is toast

The best article ever on the subject is from Gary Ferman.

http://miami.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1463867

CaneRock

Thats not the point of my comments or what LB and I are talking about. Referring to what Randy Shannon left or didn't leave Al Goldn is an entirely different topic all together.

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | January 25, 2013 at 04:31 PM

And my point is that Shannon lost His team, the media, and the fans. He didn't lose because He didn't stock the cupboard. Anyways, that's neither here nor there, that era is OVER!, no need to re-litigate it.

Montreal-Cane

LB respect man.

Ohio_Cane

He did NOT cancel. Someone started that this morning. 6 is at FSU today.

Mcginns ale house

I was over on the fsu site for a while yesterday. It was a real mess,
that Lt. From state of the u was taking them all on by himself. He is
Quite the blogger and has great knowledge of um sports. I wanted to jump in and help him , but was unable to post. The bullets were flying and he was more than holding his own!!! It was said that m.t. Cancelled his visit to fsu
This weekend can anybody confirm?

Schweaty Balls

IDK about all that.
Now did Shannon leave a team that lacked conditioning and morale...yes.
But Randy Shannon didn't exactly leave the cupboard bare like one Larry Coker.
Hell, most of the starters on the O-Line were Shannon's recruits.


Posted by: CaneRock | January 25, 2013 at 04:26 PM

Thats not the point of my comments or what LB and I are talking about. Referring to what Randy Shannon left or didn't leave Al Goldn is an entirely different topic all together.

herbieibis

Grades were a problem with Hearns.
Parker, did quit because he didn't want risk injury. I read the article about it but that was a good 2 months ago and I dont't recall it being a grade issue but maybe more on the lines of making sure he kept them up. Risking injury was the main issue from what I recall.

CaneRock

I also see it like this: when Miami hired Al Golden we as Canes fans knew Shannon left him with nothing and it was obvious by what we saw in that Sun Bowl game.

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | January 25, 2013 at 04:15 PM

IDK about all that.
Now did Shannon leave a team that lacked conditioning and morale...yes.
But Randy Shannon didn't exactly leave the cupboard bare like one Larry Coker.
Hell, most of the starters on the O-Line were Shannon's recruits.

Ohio_Cane

Not really surprising info, but I'm changing my Alex Collins to UM to 99%.

Take that for what it's worth.

CaneRock

WOW did musCHUMP just pulled 4*ILB James Hearns scollie?

Posted by: myndraize | January 25, 2013 at 03:46 PM

Where'd you hear that Draize...

Schweaty Balls

That doesn't make sense, and it doesn't translate into effectiveness. You're terming "fair weather fans" like it's a bad thing. Why do you think Yankee fans get so many rings? You may fall into the Joe Rose diehard crowd, but eventually it looks foolish defending Randy Shannon after he gets waxed for his sixth loss of the year.


It is a bad thing, having fair weather fans is the problem with Miami. They only come out when the program is winning and when there 6-6, 7-6 season, no one cares. I look at these comments and its things like that which is the difference between Miami and the likes of Alabama. Remember, Alabama was not always winning titles. They had Mike Shula as a coach who sucked. But those die hards still filled Bryant Denny Stadium every Saturday win or lose. But they let the Alabama administration know about it, and now they Nick Saben. But they don't get Nick Saben w/o the financial support of people, even when they were losing. Its really the biggest difference between Miami and schools like that.

I look at that just b/c my team is losing, I am not going to waver on my support. What I have is the hope that the administration knows that losing is not acceptable and will do right by making the changes necessary. But its people that continue to give the support that allows the school to hire and pay Al Golden so Al Golden can bring a winner back and hire the liked of James Coley. If everyone who supported Miami pulled all their money back, the program would never exist. So we as fans, need to hope and trust they make the right decison to replace the likes of awful coaches like Randy Shannon. But I will certainly continue to give my support so I can see Miami win again and bury my head in the sand until it happens, like a fair weather fan.

I also see it like this: when Miami hired Al Golden we as Canes fans knew Shannon left him with nothing and it was obvious by what we saw in that Sun Bowl game. But we were really excited for the prospects of whats to come. But let me ask you this, knowing how excited you were when Miami hired Golden but also knowing losing was still going to happen over the short term, are you saying you would not give money to Miami to help Golden build a winner? That to me is garbage and short sighted and fans like that are not "true" fans.

I was AT that last Orange Bowl game, I was AT the ND game this year, and a bunch of other Randy Shannon games where I knew Miami was going to get pummeled. But I was still there. But I was also at the last 2 title games too and those great FSU games so I am there all the time. But I will not waver in my support and the little that I give each year I hope will go to making Miami what it was and what we all think it should be.

WWIN

legion,

what do yall think of Jalen Ramsey???

UpNorthCane27

Ben and Jerrys ice cream had a flavor called schweaty balls lmaoooo.... they had to pull it off the shelves literally the following day it hit the market

Schweaty Balls

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | January 25, 2013 at 03:04 PM

Nobody noticed the blog name? LOL

Posted by: 86Cane | January 25, 2013 at 03:31 PM

AKA MattInNY

myndraize

WOW did musCHUMP just pulled 4*ILB James Hearns scollie?

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: ftmcane | January 25, 2013 at 03:43 PM

Your Al Golden plushie just beat BCU again, time to go paint its nails ftm.

LB

Hey 86, when do I graduate to sophomore?

ftmcane

OGV.....starting to bring that negative canechic vibe

LB

"I would like to add my 2 cents on Michael Parker..The way i see it he quit his football team to work on his grades which was not good enough to get in the U where he and his mom wants him to be."

Whoa. Is that the story? Grades over football? If that's the case, sign him up. Camp Swasey will find out if he's Cane enough.

LB

Via Canesinsight board:

Some really cool stuff for recruitniks (i.e. Canespace until football season)...

"The ‘Canes found themselves in fierce recruiting battles with many from their own backyard like running back Alex Collins (South Plantation), wide receiver Stacy Coley (Oakland Park Northeast), offensive lineman Denver Kirkland (Booker. T. Washington), linebacker Matthew Thomas (Booker T. Washington), and defensive tackles Jaynard Bostwick (Port St. Lucie, Fla./St. Lucie West Centenniel) and Keith Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic).

You can bet that Coley and Cristobal certainly gives the edge to Miami now with many of that group above.

Looking ahead, it’s an absolutely loaded 2014 class in south Florida next season. Virtually every top positional recruit from the Sunshine State will be from south Florida (Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties) like running back Sony Michel (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage), wide receiver Ermon Lane (Homestead, Fla.), tight end Ravian Pierce (Plantation, Fla.), offensive lineman K.C. McDermott (Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central), defensive end Chad Thomas (Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washignton), defensive tackle Khairi Clark (Hollywood, Fla./Chaminade Madonna), cornerback Nigel Patton (Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington), and safety Quincy Wilson (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University School).

Then you have incredible athletes like Treon Harris (Miami, Fla./Booker T. Washington) and Quinton Flowers (Miami, Fla./Jackson) who can play multiple positions and could be the two most versatile players in the state next season.

And I haven’t even mentioned standout players like running backs Joseph Yearby (Miami, Fla./Central) and Dalvin Cook (Miami, Fla./Central), offensive tackle Trevor Darling (Miami, Fla./Central), defensive tackle Trevonte Valentine (Palm Bay, Fla./Bayside) and wide receiver Jacob McCrary (Miami, Fla./Coral Reef) and Corey Holmes (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas)."

86Cane

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | January 25, 2013 at 03:04 PM

Nobody noticed the blog name? LOL

myndraize

I would like to add my 2 cents on Michael Parker..The way i see it he quit his football team to work on his grades which was not good enough to get in the U where he and his mom wants him to be. Now he might not make it in,but wanting to concentrate on his academics should be something we commend him for.I don't know anything about him not wanting to get hurt,if anyone knows better school me i'm hoping the coaches give him another look.

LB

Captain Obvious Article of the Moment:

Title of article on another site: "Miami is Sitting Pretty With Grace."

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On another note (don't freak out), Thomas is visiting FSU this weekend.

orange 'n green in the vein

/\/\/\

Same sentiment here but for different reasons than non-native to Dade linemen.

With the majority of spread principle zone read offensive teams UM faces year in and out, I'd rather see a return to the '83 team's 5-2 than see a 3-4 in the first place, in the second place, 4-3 puts more pressure on an offense from a schematic point of view than a 3-4, which is employing blitz calls from certain parts of the passing targets field of play as their way of generating pressure by comparison.

Finally, all this doesn't matter because a team that's rangy and can pressure the QB won't do it when your scheme is asking linemen to just eat space to free up your players who are vacating passing lanes to generate pressure because if the lineman is only being asked to eat space and not pressure the QB, why would the OL blocking him not disengage to occupy your blitzing LB instead of not having to stop the pocket from collapsing?

Off to watch Cooley play calls from his horrible (even worse than Fisch at the Gophers!) year of coordinating to remind myself why this year's team is going to come up short in the division. When a team that got lapped by the Turds thinks you're doing something right, there's a major red flag flying over where you're treading.

LB

Even if I don't agree with the previous posters, this is really interesting conversation. Much more deep than most of the nonsense out there. Personal, intellectual, philosophical, and cool.

That's why CaneSpace is the place to be.

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Twitter via Manny, Re: Thompson

"Manny_Navarro Thompson, one of six scholarship QBs, will probably squeeze football in when he can Morris said #UM"

LB

"If you are a supporter of the program, any program for that matter, you will give money regardless of what happens on the field. When you pick and choose and only support when times are good, there is another fan type for people like that."

That doesn't make sense, and it doesn't translate into effectiveness. You're terming "fair weather fans" like it's a bad thing. Why do you think Yankee fans get so many rings? You may fall into the Joe Rose diehard crowd, but eventually it looks foolish defending Randy Shannon after he gets waxed for his sixth loss of the year.

In fact, it's counter-productive. True-believerism is naive. I too suffered through the foul stench of the 48-0 beating of the last game of the Orange Bowl. Televised. Stunk. No bowl wins since 2006.

What if someone fundamentally disagrees with the direction of the said program? Would you go to the grocery store and buy old meat? Would you vote in an election for someone you know is corrupt and quite possibly harmful to your core values (Golden pop) even if they were your own political party?

I'm not from Florida, but I love the Canes. I grew up loving them, and I could care less about the other teams. I love the Canes. Love them. I want them to win the title every year. However, I'm discerning enough to realize that do so requires the correct set of circumstances. The only way fans influence the decision makers is through money.

Of course it sounds cold and terrible, but that's what sports is. Sports is entertainment. Take it from a parallel angle: Batman Begins made a profit, hence you get The Dark Knight. Green Lantern failed, and that's why WB is hesitant to give it a sequel.

That's the point. People influence entertainment. Are you telling me you'll waste your money on a "lost ship?" Come on.

I'll take good coaching and a chance to compete (Golden's Miami) over a consistently mediocre football program (Duke).

myndraize

I see the U has offered Justin Madison 6'4 205 olb/rush-end out of Tampa i believe Cristabol was recruting him,also a b-ball player

CaneRock

We BETTER! not be runnin' no 3-4.
Hell, GT had prototype DLmen and LBs, and Al Groh still got fired.
Besides, 3-4 DLmen just aren't native to Dade County, so we don't even need to be trying to fit that square peg into that round hole.

Schweaty Balls

Agreed NYT. Only a strong fan base, who support the program through thick and thin regardless of the play on the field, can survive.

Unlike the fair weather comments above from LB, its the fans and supporters of the program that allow the Coley types of moves to take place. It angers me to no end when I read crap like that from people.

NY Trooper

I would hope a strong fan base that also gives financial support would assist in making moves like hiring an OC like Coley, and his bump in salary of $110,000, happen.

Schweaty Balls

"How do you know its been bad? I guess only the real fans give money when times are down."

That's nonsense.

I argue that real fans withhold their dispensable income when their team stinks, and force the powers that be to either change... or lose money. That's how fans have tangible control over their team. Why did Donna Shalala fire Randy Shannon? See the empty seats at the USF game and the numerous threats of withdrawing financial support if Shannon wasn't fired.

"Real fans" are overrated words.

I prefer "smart fans."

That's how we got Golden. It's all about the green. Influence the green, influence the team.

Posted by: LB | January 25, 2013 at 02:46 PM

If you are a supporter of the program, any program for that matter, you will give money regardless of what happens on the field. When you pick and choose and only support when times are good, there is another fan type for people like that, and they are called fair weather fans. Its comments like that why Miami is labeled one of the worst sports town's in America.

NY Trooper

Hopefully, after the week we have had, it is the start of something spectacular.

LB

"How do you know its been bad? I guess only the real fans give money when times are down."

That's nonsense.

I argue that real fans withhold their dispensable income when their team stinks, and force the powers that be to either change... or lose money. That's how fans have tangible control over their team. Why did Donna Shalala fire Randy Shannon? See the empty seats at the USF game and the numerous threats of withdrawing financial support if Shannon wasn't fired.

"Real fans" are overrated words.

I prefer "smart fans."

That's how we got Golden. It's all about the green. Influence the green, influence the team.

Schweaty Balls

Hassan - I am also a member of the Hurricane Club. I am hoping attendance increases this year. It has been a pretty pathetic showing recently. Go canes!

Posted by: NY Trooper | January 25, 2013 at 02:31 PM

How do you know its been bad? I guess only the real fans give money when times are down.

NY Trooper

Hassan - I am also a member of the Hurricane Club. I am hoping attendance increases this year. It has been a pretty pathetic showing recently. Go canes!

Hassan


http://www.flsd.uscourts.gov/wp-content/uploads/adminOrders/2010/2010-51.pdf

Perez history of not shitty lawyer work lol

fran

Thanks to all for the canes info... I watched the Duke game and was so proud of this team. Not since Barry, Cornutt and a few others have I rooted so hard for canes BB
I lost my computer for 2 weeks and in 1 day have caught up with the articles my eyes are tired. Again thanks all for you guys do to keep the fires burning
BTW it was a gator who finally diagnosed and fixed my computer. Bad Boys computers in Orange city. (It was a shorted memory stick.)
Fran
Debary

Old Skool

Props to Lamont Green, great straight forward answer with no BS.

Hassan


Why is everyone on Skai Moore? he is good yeah but come on, if you are on a SFLA LB/Rush End that is undervalued if should be Lance Virgile. He was just selected to play in the "international bowl"
He is literally ALL WORLD and balled at St Thomas, he had the game sealing INT for St Thomas in the Championship game and had 10 sacks.


2nd point is that you guys see kids as "projects" the staff see kids as "athletes" I have made a point before and i will again, this staff loves 6'4 ish long guys that can run. We are going to play a lot of 3-4 and You get these kids who are not polished you RS them and put weight on them and them turn them lose. Trust me in 2-3 years when you see these "projects" as RS Soph and RS JR's you will see a long fast team terrorizing QB's. Go down the list of 6'4ish long athletic guys the staff targets for LB/Rush End.

This new offer out i posted is a 6'4 kid, he plays basketball, he dad is 6'8 and he is only 17 is expected to grow. He would RS and put on weight.

Schweaty Balls

Wow! CBS Sports has Miami as 2 seed in their projected tournament rankings.

Ohio_Cane

Do I have it right that he is a big safety from VA?

Posted by: 86Cane | January 25, 2013 at 01:19 PM
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Being recruited as LB, but yes, that's him.

Sarasota 'cane

86 I'm always "lurking"! I get so burned out by the end of the season that I have to shut down the blogging for a few weeks.
But when we have a week like the week we are currently having I just have to get in here and be a part of it!!
I like the Brock Berlin reference above because I don't think I've been this giddy about the 'canes since we beat the crocs that night! I was invited to a "Gator" party that night so the entire party could laugh at me when the 'canes lost! We know how that turned out!

Go 'canes!

Hassan


http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaaf--ncaa-s-mishandling-of-miami-case-one-more-reason-college-athletes-should-get-endorsement-deals-224448879.html


Nothing bad happened at Miami, drop the case

LB

"We had heard about Parker some time ago from one of our sources. Said Miami was recruiting him hard but seems to have backed off some? Not sure but I will check.

I mentioned his name here a few months ago but nothing lately. Do I have it right that he is a big safety from VA?"

86, yes. That's the one of the two recruits I was drooling over early in the season.

LB

Nice. Just thought I'd bring it up to cut any nonsense early.

UpNorth, maybe I could buy you dinner and you give me some stock tips? :)

j.w.

Happy friday, all!

Ohio_Cane

Ohio....check email.

Posted by: 86Cane | January 25, 2013 at 01:19 PM
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Done. Responded.

Ohio_Cane

What's this recent nonsense with AQM?

Posted by: LB | January 25, 2013 at 01:19 PM
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The fake story about him visiting Rutgers? LOL


CANE.

Schweaty Balls

Matthew Thomas: What a difference a day makes? With the move of offensive coordinator James Coley from Florida State to Miami, it makes the Hurricanes the team to beat. No coach has spent more time recruiting Thomas over the past two seasons than Coley. Florida State is supposed to host Thomas on his official visit this week and the 'Noles staff will be scrambling to replace the relationship Thomas has with Coley. I'm not ready to completely pencil in Thomas as a member of the Hurricanes' recruiting class -- because the five-star OLB has said that he's very close with FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher -- but with his two favorite assistants (Coley and Miami defensive coordinator Michael Barrow) in the same place, that appears like a lot to overcome.

Georgia and Alabama remain on the board because of the scheduled visits, but this is an FSU-Miami battle until the end. Thomas took a visit to USC over the weekend but according to a source he called Miami and FSU coaches during the visit to tell them how the trip was going. Also Thomas wants a stable coaching situation, and nothing about USC's current situation can be considered stable.

UpNorthCane27

Nothing to see there LB in regards to AQM, if he visits its out of respect to NJ and his coach... The kid is all UM

UpNorthCane27

Im a hurricane club member!!! And Hassan let me try these numbers out first if i win we can ball out at the king of diamonds loll

CGNC

TGIF Party People

Schweaty Balls

UPNorth good stuff can you please use your 6th sense to get me some winning lotto numbers for an up coming lotto. Hey btw who on the blog is a member of the hurricane club?

Posted by: Hassan | January 25, 2013 at 01:04 PM

Anyone who is fan of the Miami Hurricanes should pony up some dough to the Hurricane Club. I have been giving since 1999, about 500 a year, and I didn't even go to the school.

86Cane

Ohio....check email.

LB

What's this recent nonsense with AQM?

86Cane

And Michael Parker- he's a ESPN300 athlete, I don't think we've talked about him much. What do you guys think of him?

Posted by: kenyon19ypr | January 25, 2013 at 01:05 PM

We had heard about Parker some time ago from one of our sources. Said Miami was recruiting him hard but seems to have backed off some? Not sure but I will check.

I mentioned his name here a few months ago but nothing lately. Do I have it right that he is a big safety from VA?

86Cane

Kenyon...where is the link to the new LONG article U promised us yesterday? LOL

ColeyTime

I saw a LB play from Booker T. whose last name was Thomas. I know he was being recruited by Coley be had not visited UM. Anyon have any opinions if this guy will be a cane?

kenyon19ypr

I'm still bitter UpNorth. You have 12 days before I'm un-bitter haha...

Anyway, I'm late to the party again, but Coley! Guys, this is huge! The State of Miami is on its way back. No top recruit can even think about leaving South Florida, and if they do, well we have reach all over the state now. I can't wait for Collins and Kirkland to announce and then NSD. I'll be around all day then too and can't wait to celebrate some new Cane commitments with you guys.

What I'm hearing about this year though is that Coley coming to Miami won't have as big an impact as expected--but I wouldn't be surprised to see that change slightly.

And Michael Parker- he's a ESPN300 athlete, I don't think we've talked about him much. What do you guys think of him? He'll likely be a late addition because he's not choosing until March/April, but we're in his top two.

Hassan

UPNorth good stuff can you please use your 6th sense to get me some winning lotto numbers for an up coming lotto. Hey btw who on the blog is a member of the hurricane club?

LB

"LB I love Berlin too and he beat the Crocs."

That game was criminally fun. You know the one. "A kickoff return party in Miami."

ColeyTime

What a great week to be a cane!!!!!!!!!!!!

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