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February 18, 2013

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CoCane

First fukkers

orange 'n green in the vein

PIMPING' AIN'T EASY!

But it sure is fun.

orange 'n green in the vein

Damn ram antler spray! I demand a drug test on Coke and a recount!

Terrance Sullivan

OGV yes sir. Lmbao CoCANE.

Mia Chi 'Cane '98

Last nights game would have been a loss in the past few years. But with good coaching and experience it was a "W".

Ugly game and win but on the scoresheet it will have a "W" next to the game.

If Indiana loses Tuesday night versus MSU and we take care of business this week the 'Canes bball team could see their first #1 ranking but lets not get ahead ourselves.

WWIN

Blog Title,

Thats what she said!!

Panamacitycane

I hope they get the offense going like they were before the past couple games..need to take better advantage of the dominating the paint instead of taking all these jump shots...but either way #beatva

usagainsttheworld

hmmmm. . . no number 7 on the roster this year. could it be lockley or elder?

for now-- no name 7.

Jack

Gooooood morning,

Canes win a slug fest an ugly dog fight! I hope this wakes them up!! Big game tues. go Canes

UMike

While other top teams keep finding ways to lose, our Canes keep finding ways to win. Good sign of a strong team.

UMike

From Peter Ariz...good stuff as always..

**Although most of the attention has been put on Sony Michel and Dalvin Cook at the running back position for this upcoming class, FSU commit Joseph Yearby is a name to keep an eye on. Offensive Coordinator James Coley has a close relationship with Yearby back to his days at Florida State, where Yearby has been committed to since his sophomore year. Miami will continue to recruit Cook and Michel, but don't rule out Yearby as a possibility. I've heard that Coley has a close relationship with an individual close to Yearby's recruitment and Coley has known this man for a number of years so that will help Miami's chances.

**One of the most talented players in South Florida, the early talk on South Dade WR Tyre Brady is that he will have to go Prep/JUCO even with a good year in the classroom senior year. Some believe he is just as talented as Ermon Lane from Homestead, but Brady has no film because he hasn't been able to stay on the field for an extended period of time. I'm a huge fan of his ability and hope he can pull it together.

**After receiving a Miami offer a couple weeks ago, I'm told that 2015 ATH JaQuan Johnson is already leaning towards Miami. It might seem ridiculous, but getting Johnson aboard this early would be just what Miami needs. Johnson is a very well-respected kid down here and has a lot of pull with a large number of top prospects over the next two years. He is a natural-born leader who commands respect amongst his peers. Johnson also holds offers from Florida and Clemson.

**Booker T. Washington CB Nigel Patten was offered by Miami this week. Something interesting that came from the offer is that Patten told CanesInSight's Tito Benach that Miami coaches said they want 3 defensive backs in this class. Some early targets include Michael Johnson, Chris Lammons, Patten, and Kiy Hester (NJ). I know a lot of people are curious about the status of Quincy Wilson and his offer, but at this point I would be surprised if Miami offered. The coaches have seen enough of him by now to make a judgement on whether or not they believe he is Miami caliber and he has come away without an offer even after camping. From seeing him live multiple times, I think Miami is making a mistake by not offering. He has elite size and is extremely physical.

**Miami's coaching staff made a very smart move by jumping on the Chris Lammons bandwagon early. I had posted his highlights last month when he visited for the first Junior Day and I really like him at corner. The 'Canes offered last Monday followed by UF, FSU, and Ohio State later in the week. He could also play some slot, but his hands can be inconsistent at times. Miami is the early favorite and I wouldn't be surprised to see him be the next commitment.

UMike

Treon Harris
"Ready to get away and go to college... Waiting on my moment!!"

Ohio..what you make of that?

UMike

### UM forward Julian Gamble, on the difference between coach Jim Larranaga and predecessor Frank Haith: When players make mistakes, Haith would need to reach “a boiling point, where we can’t take it anymore” before correcting it.

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2013/02/the-skinny-on-marlins-pitching-staff-um-football-hoops-heat-dolphins-chatter.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

86..Ohio..just lost a HUGE post...can you find it...no way Im doing that work again lol

UMike

Here are Florida kids in the Rivals250..

#224
Corey Holmes
Wide Receiver
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
St. Thomas Aquinas
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#219
Duke Dawson
Cornerback
Cross City, Florida
Dixie County
Status - Florida Committ
Miami Offer - No

#214
Deion Singleton
Safety
Tallahassee, Florida
Godby
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#207
Chad Thomas
Weakside defensive end
Miami, Florida
Booker T. Washington
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#203
D'Ernest Johnson
Running Back
Immokalee, Florida
Immokalee
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#197
Jacob McCray
Wide Receiver
Miami, Florida
Coral Reef
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#174
Reilly Gibbons
Offensive tackle
St. Petersburg, Florida
Catholic
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#170
Anthony Moten
Defensive tackle
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
St. Thomas Aquinas
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#165
Quincy Wilson
Cornerback
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
University School
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#162
Trevor Darling
Offensive tackle
Miami, Florida
Miami Central
Status - Miami Commit
Miami Offer - Yes

#152
Tony James
All-purpose back
Gainesville, Florida
Gainesville
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#144
Kendall Randolph
Cornerback
Tallahassee, Florida
Lincoln
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#130
Johnnie Dixson
Wide Receiver
West Palm Beach, Florida
Dwyer
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#127
Demarcus Christmas
Defensive tackle
Bradenton, Florida
Manatee
Status - FSU Commit
Miami Offer - Yes


#121
Treon Harris
Athlete
Miami, Florida
Booker T. Washington
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#121
Ryeshene Bronson
Wide Receiver
Fort Myers, Florida
Dunbar
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#107
Mason Cole
Offensive tackle
Tarpon Springs, Florida
East Lake
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#103
D.J. Gillins
Dual-threat quarterback
Jacksonville, Florida
Eagle's View Academy
Status - Texas Tech Commit
Miami Offer - No

#97
Delvin Purifoy
Inside linebacker
Pensacola, Florida
Catholic
Status - FSU Commit
Miami Offer - No

#93
Artavis Scott
Wide Receiver
Tarpon Springs, Florida
East Lake
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - No

#77
Keyon Brown
Weakside defensive end
Wauchula, Florida
Hardee Senior
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#69
Khairi Clark
Defensive tackle
Hollywood, Florida
Chaminade Madonna
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#60
Kain Daub
Inside linebacker
Jacksonville, Florida
Sandalwood
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#58
Dillon Bates
Outside linebacker
Ponte Vedra, Florida
Ponte Vedra
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#50
K.C. McDermott
Offensive tackle
Wellington, Florida
Palm Beach Central
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#46
Travonte Valentine
Defensive tackle
Palm Bay, Florida
Bayside
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#40
Joseph Yearby
Running Back
Miami, Florida
Miami Central
Status - FSU Commit
Miami Offer - Yes

#29
Ermon Lane
Wide Receiver
Homestead, Florida
Homestead
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

#22
Dalvin Cook
Running Back
Miami, Florida
Miami Central
Status - Clemson Commit
Miami Offer - Yes

#5
Sony Michel
Running Back
Plantation, Florida
American Heritage
Status - Uncommitted
Miami Offer - Yes

CGNC

Wow great victory for the B-ball team. Really glad the clemsonites didn't get to "storm" the Court. The announcers couldn't think of anything else to say

Ohio_Cane

Treon Harris
"Ready to get away and go to college... Waiting on my moment!!"

Ohio..what you make of that?

Posted by: UMike | February 18, 2013 at 08:15 AM
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Considering he has 5 out of his 7 favorites in state, I'd say not much.

UMike

lol Ohio..I was thinking it could mean anything.. "get away". could just me away from his Hood

Ohio_Cane

UMike, ya I wouldn't read too much into it. By a year from now, he may decide he wants to leave the country to play. Who knows.

Ohio_Cane

Tito Benach -

Miami Offers Cali LB

Dwight Williams from Junipero Serra . 6'0 190 and list offers from Arizona State, Michigan, Ole Miss and UCLA

UMike

I dont see Miami letting him play QB, and he seems pretty set on that.

Ohio_Cane

I dont see Miami letting him play QB, and he seems pretty set on that.

Posted by: UMike | February 18, 2013 at 09:54 AM
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Unless he makes some BIG strides this year with his throwing, I agree.

CaneRock

I dont see Miami letting him play QB, and he seems pretty set on that.

Posted by: UMike | February 18, 2013 at 09:54 AM

Starting at 1:27 of this video, sounds like He want's to play in a spread offense.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wIB4TfCnTg

j.w.

Good morning all. Anyone got a Cristobal update?

VfB_Cane

Or NCAA / NOA update?

Hassan

Cristol has been offered the job

Ncaa is still negotiating with UM...

Jerry Buss is dead

CoCane

Treon Harris wants to be like David Wilson. He won't have that chance at UM. Fukk'em...

Da U N Houston

If/ (and Hassan is right) WHEN Mario leaves, we HAVE to hire a local coach (D. Bennett or T. Lockett). They'd be coaching TE and helping with RB's, PLUS gives an excellent if not better plug in the community then Mario!

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000117339359

So Here We Are.....Are We Ready????


https://twitter.com/ByCasagrande/status/303552735813451776

say we will knw by 2pm today wht the NCAA is saying..

RCCF12%

nemo2002

Won't it be something, if and when Mario C. Is recruiting AGAINST the U (again)? The fact that he even interviewd for another job, so soon after accepting a position with Miami shows that he really doesn't want to be here. How does that look to prospective recruits?
As far as I'm concerned, if he doesn't get the job at Alabama, Coach Golden ought to fire him anyway. The U needs players AND coaches who WANT to be HERE.

CGNC

AP Poll

Miami #2
Duke #6

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000117339359

#FIRED

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaaf--ncaa-firing-vp-of-enforcement-171556026.html


RCCF12%

RBLCane

Who cares about Treon Harris? I for one am DONE with the Harris family. Best of luck to Brandon in the NFL but the rest of the clan is bad news.

Next!

GO CANES!!!

Account Deleted

interesting VP of NCAA enforcement sent walking same day as UM news to emerge. Wonder if they are covering their tracks, trying to play both sides, of if a deal was made to appease everyone involved....

We'll know soon enough. My guess, it's a deal they all agreed to, a few scholarships lost at most, bowl ban issue is behind us. In return UM doens't pursue the NCAA for the issues they brought on themselves.

Time to move on...

And hey, great night for UM on the court. Good teams win games like that one and keep moving forward.

Sean Spence is a Beast!!!

Don't agree with the article, it's not luck, it's experience! This team is great because of personnel.

The players knows what it takes to win close games, they've been there done that.

UMike

SSIB,..I think they were lucky last night for a few seconds lol..BUT..like I said earlier..they find a way to win..thats experience and a sure sign of a solid team.

Ohio_Cane

Cristobal is gone.

Next up? Lockette or Bennett.

All of this is IMO, of course. Take it for what it's worth.

Ohio_Cane

^^^ This was honestly probably why they even interviewed Lockette back then. Everyone said "Why did they even interview Lockette if they were gonna promote Hurlie?"

This is prob why.

UMike

Cristobal is gone.

Next up? Lockette or Bennett.

All of this is IMO, of course. Take it for what it's worth.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | February 18, 2013 at 12:52 PM

And 86 said I was being childish when I called this a day or two ago lol

UMike

I really dont like the idea of Mario being on bama's staff. Golden is really going to have to work to keep these South Florida kids.

Ohio_Cane

Brian the beast london:

CANEINSIDER has learned that not only was Mario offered the OL position at Alabama, but also a similar position as the one he got at Miami as Associate Head Coach. While we believe Mario has not decided as to whether he will take the job at Bama or not, it's more than likely that he does barring any changes of heart...

One important factor in his decision is the chance to have input on Alabama Game planning and the chance to learn under Saban's staff which will bolster his own resume and prepare him for his next head coaching job.

I'm sure it's tough on Mario to do this to his alma mater, and possibly in the end, his heart stays loyal to Miami and he stays, but at this point, it's not looking like that is the case.


Canesfan_1

All kinds of news today and Ohio & 86 nowhere to be found.

I haven't seen an Ohio post in days.

Ohio_Cane

Canesfan, U haven't been paying attention then... LOL

Canesfan_1

There he is

Canesfan_1

You're right, maybe I haven't. So much good news this weekend I'm in a fog. We went something like 5-0 this weekend.

www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000117339359

1. This shows how great of a staff a character we have in and under Golden...He is allowing the man to interview even tho he is under contract with daU.. not only that but it shows how good a character judge Golden is...Golden finds em Everyone tries to steal frm recruits to coaches...
2. I admit to being one of RandyShannons faithful but I also admit when Golden came to town I was mad but drank the Golden Kool-Aid I believe Mario leaves and its only because of money and power..
3. If Golden wants a fence it starts behind his own fence teams get good because coaching remains constant we are OK in this dept. but we can always stand to get better don't want these bandwagon jump-ons for money coaches when the 12% Proves Right
4. 12% Forever


RCCF

Ohio_Cane

Absolutely! Canes tearing up this weekend!

Can't friggin wait for March Madness!

Ohio_Cane

86, Typepad still think's I'm a troll. LOL

Have to publish 90% of my posts.

CaneRock

UM BASKETBALL

Miami Hurricanes basketball team moves up to No. 2

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/02/18/3240940/miami-hurricanes-basketball-team.html#storylink=cpy

Ohio_Cane

Just posted this on twitter. Same question I'll pose to U guys...

So the #NCAA has fired their VP of enforcement? Can they legitimately punish #UM now? I mean they punished an individual for wrongdoing, and didn't punish the organization. Wouldn't it be ironic 2 punish UM?

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