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April 10, 2013




Darren Ullrich

What's the story with Feiger, is he hurt???


Athelon rated Golden (#19) 15 spots ahead of Muschamp and 16 spots ahead of Jimbo for top coaches in college football. But why would we listen to them when we have you to keep us posted about all things Hurricane.

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | April 10, 2013 at 09:05 PM

OGV...Read your garbage day in and day out and tell me who has an agenda. It's not even debatable. If saying that Al Golden was the right hire at the right time and has improved every aspect of the team then yeah I have an agenda.

If stating that the defense is still one to two recruiting cycles away from what I would like to see then I guess that will have to go as another agenda.

The stronger the team gets the weaker your arguments get. Eventually you'll either slither out of here or jump on the band wagon. Either scenario works for me.

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | April 10, 2013 at 09:44 PM




OGV...U can either STOP or U can leave.

The ball is in your court.

I am done with this.



The defending state champion Miami Central football team has found its new coach.

Multiple sources confirmed to The Miami Herald Wednesday night that the Rockets have hired former Northwestern coach Roland Smith to replace Telly Lockette, who was hired to be the running backs coach at the University of South Florida in March.

Smith returns to coaching high school football in Miami-Dade County after six seasons away.

Smith guided his alma mater Northwestern to a state championship and a perfect 15-0 season in 2006. Smith was then removed along with the majority his coaching staff at the time by then-Dade Schools
Superintendent Rudy Crew in the wake of the scandal involving former Bulls running back Antwain Easterling.

Smith and his coaches were cleared of all wrongdoing in the matter in the ensuing months.

During his six seasons as Northwestern’s coach, Smith led the Bulls to a 69-13 record (best of any team during that span), a state title, a state runner-up finish in 2001, and state semifinal appearances in 2002 and 2005.

Smith had been rumored to be in the running for a few premier coaching vacancies in recent years, including Northwestern and Booker T. Washington before hiring their current coaches.

Smith takes over a Central program that ranks among the nation’s best having won two Class 6A state championships in the past three seasons under Lockette, who guided the Rockets to a 60-10 record in five seasons.

Central has advanced to three consecutive state finals and have not lost to a Dade opponent since 2008.

Sarasota 'cane

It's too bad Lockette had to leave Central this season. He had really good things to say about Golden.


Shane Larkin not even in the top 100 for the 2013 NBA draft...1 more year with the Canes will make Shane richer and better..


A true Cane and a real winner Don Soldinger

I was planning on working forever, said Soldinger, who coached and mentored running back greats such as Edgerrin James, Clinton Portis, Frank Gore and Willis McGahee not to mention tight ends Alfredo Roberts and Rob Chudzinski and linebackers Micheal Barrow and Winston Moss earlier in his career.

I never wanted to be anywhere else. I never used this as a stepping stone to get a better job or leave this town. I love this town and I love this university.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/04/11/3336570/don-soldinger-heads-class-of-inductees.html#storylink=cpy


As we head into the spring signing period for NCAA men's college basketball, which begins on April 17, we're here to give you a quick update about which recruits are still on the board for the Miami Hurricanes. University of Miami Coach of the Year Jim Larranaga has five seniors graduating this year, assuming that graduating senior guard Garrius Adams redshirts and returns as expected, and will have needs at every position. The Canes have seven slots going into this year, one from last year when Melvin Johnson was not admitted to the university, one that opened up when Bishop Daniels transferred, plus the five seniors. Three of these are taken by two fall signees, 4-star guard Deandre Burnett and 4-star wing Davon Reed, and a recent JUCO commit from power forward James Kelly, leaving the Canes with four more scholarships to fill. Coach L has said repeatedly that the team is looking to take at least one to two more freshman and possibly one or two transfers, and that they may hold onto one for the loaded 2014 class. Here is a look at which Class of 2013 players are being pursued by the Canes and where they stand in their recruiting:

REST of article here:

My Balls are Sweaty

Can Morris win a series over any non mid major school?


He needs to go. Yesterday.

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rats....out of the top 10....can't keep up with 86 posting these blogs! He's relentless in his support for the U!

Somebody tell the Herald to hire this guy!


OGV...U can either STOP or U can leave.

The ball is in your court.

I am done with this.

Posted by: 86Cane | April 10, 2013 at 10:09 PM

Roll call of banned bloggers (or on probation):

Captain Optimist

Plus about 50 more

Don't forget about our imaginary friend Skkreeetzz


Thanks CoCane for the Sony/Yearby insight.

calGary Cane

Posted by: OnlyApprovedOpinionsAreAllowed | April 11, 2013 at 08:56 AM

I think that SOUP handled the situation well. He allow a lot of lee way and there were several warnings before he sent out his "U can either STOP or U can leave". That is fair.

If you dislike this blog so much, why are you reading it?


Trolls be trollin! Lol @ "(or on probation)"

UMike is on probation? Hassan? Obvious troll is obvious. Former blogger who got banned for being a douche and is butthurt. Too funny.


Yesterday I was a little old lady..today im on probation? lol


Ahh...seeing some of those names brings back some memories....particularly the Champs Bowl....where me and "playa" took some nice pics with the bud light girls...


Damn, I go away for a couple of days for work and come back to see I missed all the excitement. :) Back to why we are all here: Really excited to see how the spring game goes, Everything sounds good, and I know they never show much in these games, but I do want to see the defense looking like they're playing 11 on 11 as opposed to last year where it looked like we were missing two on the DL almost every game. And I'm really interested in seeing who has progressed the most at RB.


Don't 4-get your boy 4-Real!!!


And my boi MackJones.
The Herb says we're getting a little to touchy. I, for one like the spirited jawing. It makes up for boredum and gives the Herb somthing to fixate on beside the defense.


Anthony Moten to view the Spring game. May still have an outside chance, to scoop him.

Terrance Sullivan

Looking forward to seeing you all at Sun Life Saturday. Go Canes.


Congrats to my Canadian brother Brett Romberg
who will be inducted in the UM Sports Hall of Fame

Romberg is the best center ever at the U...

CAREER: The winner of the 2002 Dave Rimington Award as college football's finest center...made most of the blocking calls on Miami's outstanding offensive line...""did not allow a quarterback sack in his college career""...was named an Offensive MVP by the coaching staff during his UM career...a three-time First-Team All-BIG EAST performer...a consensus First-Team All-America in 2002...started his last "37"consecutive games at center.

With Romberg at center, the Hurricanes won 35 of 37 games, one BCS National Championship (2001), three Big East Conference championships (2000, 2001, 2002), a Sugar Bowl (2001) and a Rose Bowl (2002).

Romberg never allowed a quarterback sack at center and was part of an offensive line that helped produce three 1,000-yard rushers (James Jackson, Clinton Portis and Willis McGahee), a quarterback (Ken Dorsey) who set every major Hurricanes career passing record and an offense that averaged more than 465 yards per game for the balance of his three years as the starting center.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/04/11/3339071/miami-hurricanes-coach-al-golden.html#storylink=cpy


Anthony Moten to view the Spring game. May still have an outside chance, to scoop him.

Posted by: 5shipsago | April 11, 2013 at 03:46 PM

Moten will switch to the Canes read my lips.


Soupster i am out of Canespace gear i never received my T from last month. You got my email. If you prefer ship it to the family condo in Miami and i will bring you the best Canadian beer and maple sirup you have ever tatsted.


Don't forget about our imaginary friend Skkreeetzz

Posted by: OnlyApprovedOpinionsAreAllowed | April 11, 2013 at 08:56 AM

And BEERicane


New Canes in the hall of fame





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