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July 09, 2013






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52 more days until kickoff!



Old Skool

Rivals reporting the b-ball team has gotten its first 2017 commit. A freshman. A commitment from a 14 or 15 year old. Who knows maybe it'll stick. They guy's got recruitment over before he starts high school so he can buckle down and make sure he gets the grades.

Old Skool

Reuters reporting the Hernandez case just got a lot less circumstantial

Police investigating a murder allegedly committed by former National Football League player Aaron Hernandez found a spent shell casing in a car he rented that had been fired from the same pistol as five empty shells found near the victim's body.

Old Skool

The kids name is D.J. Russell

A 6-foot-6 small forward who will attend Jacksonville (Fla.) Arlington Country Day.

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ah yes,, the top ten..

mountain cane

I really found UMike's summary of where we are on offensive recruits by position to be very helpful. Is there a defensive version of that or one in the works?


idiot! either pick up your shell casings or use a revolver!


Or even better, don't kill someone


Zilla...I got U brother. At least I know U show up like a REAL fan. LOL


U can join the Hurricane club for as little as $100. If U want to join email me FIRST at: [email protected]


### UM is cautiously optimistic about elite defensive end Alquadin Mohammad’s chances of clearing academic hurdles. “He’s real close to qualifying – I expect him to be at Miami [in August],” his New Jersey high school coach, Don Bosco’s Greg Toal, said Tuesday, adding he still needs decent grades in two summer schools classes….

### UM’s Al Golden indicated he and new coordinator James Coley plan to stick with large doses of the no-huddle offense that was used last season under Jedd Fisch’s direction… A UM spokesperson said Tuesday, that contrary to Internet chatter, no football players have been suspended for the opener…. AmericanAirlines Arena’s bid to host the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball tournament in 2016 or 2017 was rejected, but UM is joining others in pushing for the event to be moved from Greensboro to Madison Square Garden in 2016 and beyond.


Let the Herb say this Mountain Cane, we are nowhere near the talent level as the offense, in recruiting aside from Valentine and Stuckey, I see a bunch of middle of the road upside hopefuls. The O-line looks awesome and Yearby is going to be as well. We have 3 QB's who have the word potential beside them and I guess we might as well go for another and see if we can hit a grand slam. We need a couple lock down corners and a nasty safety and a couple more LB's especially a bridge embutment in the middle.


Kaaya kicked the word potential in the nuts and said "I'm Elite, just ask The Opening"

Terrance Sullivan

Actually you can join the Hurricane Club for as low as 50 dollars. Sebastian level. I know because that's the level I am on. Soup and other members are obviously on higher levels. 52 days till kickoff. Go Canes. Btw Soup are the Party on the Patio will be in effect this year. Looking forward to the upcoming shirts.


From Pete Ariz. My guess on total numbers for this class was very close to his. I said 30-32, he says around 31.

Yesterday, I took a look at the offensive side of the ball (http://canesinsight.com/threads/5396...utlook-Offense) and tonight it's about the defense. If you add up the maximum number of projections for each position, that would be 31 for the class. The number will not necessarily be that high, but will will be close. Expected number of signees for each position is in parentheses.

DE (2)
Commits: Demetrius Jackson
Targets: Chad Thomas, Keyon Brown, Trent Harris, Kevin Bronson, Andrew Williams
Demetrius Jackson is really considered a hybrid guy, but with his frame we will see a lot of him with his hand on the ground. Chad Thomas is the obvious local stud, but Miami will have to fight off Louisville as well as Florida State. Keyon Brown has always been interested in Miami, but Georgia seems to have taken a lead with him. Trent Harris is a newer name, whose interest was really heightened by a camp trip last month.

DT (5-6)
Commits: Travonte Valentine, Dalvon Stuckey (JUCO), Courtel Jenkins
Targets: Mike Sawyers, Thomas Holley, Braxton Hoyett, Cory Johnson (JUCO), Lamont Gaillard, Claude Pelon (JUCO), Anthony Moten
Biggest need on the team without question. Valentine’s recent commitment was a shot in the arm, but the staff needs to make sure he is doing everything he needs in order to qualify. They will take at least one more JUCO in all likelihood. Hoyett will be a tough pull because he seems to be high on the SEC from what he’s told me. Holley and Gaillard are both long shots, but I wouldn’t count them out for Holley completely. Sawyers is the wild card because he is Corn Elder’s former teammate and he has legit interest.

LB (4)
Commits: Juwon Young, Darrion Owens, Mike Smith
Targets: Terry McCray, Antonio Smothers (JUCO), Keeon Virgile (JUCO), Vincent Jackson
This is a major strength of the class. Juwon Young looks like he could step onto the college field right now, Owens brings great versatility and length, and Smith has huge upside. Smith will play linebacker at Northwestern this season after playing primarily as a rush end last year (18 sacks). Ely’s Terry McCray is a candidate to be the next commitment.

CB (3)
Commits: Ryan Mayes, Dennis Turner
Targets: Chris Lammons, Nigel Bethel II
Mayes and Turner are both solid, but the Lammons-Bethel dynamic will be one of the more interesting things to follow as the months wear on. I only see the staff taking one of the two, which would basically mean whoever committed first. I’m told Bethel wanted to be 100% sure of his decision and was not, so that is why he pushed back is announcement from Monday. Lammons looks like a true Miami-UF battle from talking to people who know him well. Mayes could play safety and it is very possible the coaches move him there once he gets on campus, but for now that is what they like him at.

S (2)
Commits: ATH Trayone Gray
Targets: Quinton Flowers, Montae Nicholson, Kyle Gibson
Before doing this breakdown, I didn’t realize how big of a need this is. After this season, the only three remaining are Bush, Jenkins, and Carter so it is very thin. These three are all potentially studs, but you need reliable players behind them as well. I put Trayone Gray here because I really think that’s where he ends up. Quinton Flowers would be a great fit here as well, but he is unwilling to play anything other than quarterback right now. I would like to see them stay local here. Cypress Bay's Dudley-Gordon won MVP at the first camp and Miramar’s Andre Godfrey is another potential late option.


1. Btw Soup are the Party on the Patio will be in effect this year.

2. Looking forward to the upcoming shirts.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | July 09, 2013 at 11:08 PM

1. YES! I am still negotiating with the Hampton Inn and La Qunita Inn next door to determine the location. More news to follow WAY before season starts.

2. Canespace 2013 Shirts will be in by 8/15. Details to follow.


UpNorth rules!!! Where the hell is LaQuinton?

Terrance Sullivan

Soup that's awesome. Go Canes.


EA Sports, NCAA-FB 14 Ultimate Team Rosters.

#1 Miami vs #16 PSU:

Miami Roster

Captain: Michael Irvin


Ken Dorsey QB
Edgerrin James RB
Willis McGahee RB
Santana Moss WR
Andre Johnson WR


Warren Sapp DL
Ray Lewis LB
Dan Morgan LB
Ed Reed S
Sean Taylor S

Captain: Curt Warner


Kerry Collins QB
Ki-Jana Carter RB
Larry Johnson RB
Bobby Engram WR
Kyle Brady TE


Courtney Brown DE
Tamba Hali DE
LaVar Arrington LB
Paul Posluszny LB
Alan Zemaitis S



Ex-Canes file: Former UM quarterback Jacory Harris failed to beat out three others for a spot on the Edmonton Eskimos’ active roster but landed a job on their practice squad. “I know I can still play – all the CFL teams and the Arena League called,” he said. Harris has been buoyed by encouragement from former NFL and CFL star Warren Moon: “He said he believes I’m a great quarterback.”

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2013/07/what-dolphins-people-are-saying-about-assorted-issues-um-marlins-heat.html#storylink=cpy

This is the same guy who said he would wear a pink suit to receive his Heisman...


From DMoney @ CIS..

Over the past two years, I’ve been lucky enough to see Dade and Broward’s best compete on the gridiron, at camps and at 7-on-7s. The list below is my personal opinion, and I don’t speak for Peter, Tito, Cam or Nash. All forty times are verified by SPARQ.

20. Michael Smith, OLB/DE, Northwestern (6’2, 196, 4.86)- Relentless pass rusher who put up 73 tackles and 18 sacks on a loaded Northwestern defense. After spending 2012 as a down lineman, Smith will be playing linebacker in 2013 in preparation for his Hurricane career. Struggled a bit in coverage at the Al Golden Camp but possesses the athleticism and work ethic to improve in this area.


19. Tyrek Cole, CB, Miramar (5’11, 165)- Classic Miramar player- intelligent, athletic and confident. Cole will remind many of former Patriot Tracy Howard with his aggressiveness and polished game. As a member of the South Florida Express, Cole has faced elite competition and is one of the most battle-tested junior cornerbacks in the nation.


18. Chris Lammons, CB, Plantation (5’9.5, 171, 4.72)- Like former ‘Cane Brandon McGee, Lammons plays quarterback for the Colonels but projects as a cornerback at the next level. Although he does not have McGee’s size or speed, Lammons is a quick and balanced athlete who gained experience at cornerback on the South Florida Express 7-on-7 team. Plays bigger than his size due to his long arms.


17. Quincy Wilson, CB/S, University (6’1, 196, 4.6)- One of the most focused and determined competitors I saw during the off-season circuit. Nobody took more reps than Wilson at the Miami NFTC, and he challenged every top receiver in attendance. Very physical at the LOS and uses his size to bully receivers. The only question: does he have the transition skills to remain at corner or is safety in his future?


16. Jaquan Johnson, ATH, Killian (5’10, 169, 4.68)- Dynamic RB/S who carried an undersized and overachieving Killian squad to the regional finals. The 2015 prospect is still growing into his body (his brother is 6’2) and projects as a safety at the next level. The key for Johnson will be how he bounces back from a hip injury that kept him out of spring practice.


With 6 scholarships available for the class of 2014 and only one commitment to date, Coach L and staff have been hot on the trail of several local talents, and Lance Tejada Jr. is no exception to that.

Tejada is rated as a 4* prospect by ESPN, and their #96 overall prospect. 247sports and Rivals both rate Tejada as a 3*, with 247sports rating Tejada as the 141st best overall prospect.

On top of already being a highly regarded prospect, Tejada's stock is currently on the rise. After attending the Future 150 camp in Orlando, Tejada was rated as one of the top 20 prospects in attendance, and here's what recruiting analyst Garrett Tucker had to say about Tejada's performance

Read the rest..


NEW YORK – Miami Hurricanes junior TE Clive Walford was named to the 2013 John Mackey Award Watch List announced Tuesday. Walford is one of six ACC tight ends named to the watch list – Eric Ebron (North Carolina), Jake McGee (Virginia), Nick O’Leary (Florida State), Beckett Wales (Syracuse) and Asa Watson (NC State).

Walford enjoyed a career season in 2012, finishing third on the team with 451 receiving yards on 25 catches and tied for the team lead with four receiving scores. He was one of only two Hurricanes to catch at least one pass in all 12 games.

Given annually to the most outstanding collegiate tight end, the award recipient is selected by vote of the John Mackey Award Selection Committee. The 2013 John Mackey Award recipient will be presented live on Dec. 12, 2013, at The Home Depot College Football Awards Red Carpet Show (6 p.m. ET, ESPNU).

The 2013 Mackey Award Midseason Watch List will be announced Oct. 14, while the semifinalists will be unveiled Nov. 18. The 2013 Mackey Award finalists will be revealed Nov. 25.

The John Mackey Award has been presented since 2000. Miami’s Kellen Winslow II won the 2003 John Mackey Award. The award is named for NFL Hall of Famer John Mackey, who is considered to be the best to have played the tight end position. A tight end by whom all others are measured, Mackey was a role model on and off the field as demonstrated by his Super Bowl championship, his commitment to community and his place in history as the first president of the NFL Players Association (NFLPA).


In February, Derrick Griffin committed to the University of Miami as a dual-sport recruit. Since that day, worries about his eligibility have been a hot topic amongst Canes fans, but Griffin spoke to SOTU on Monday to clear up the rumors.

Griffin told SOTU on Monday that he will have to attend Prep School for 3 months and then he will be eligible to enroll into UM, but he wants everybody to know that he's "still coming."

"I'm still going to Miami" said Griffin on Monday afternoon. "I got to go to a prep school for 3 months, then I can go to Miami and play basketball. That's all to it."

*UPDATE* Griffin clarified later that reason behind his needing to attend Prep School is his ACT score.

For those wondering about his other sport, Football, Griffin shared thoughts on that as well. "I'm playing both. I just have to miss football this year. I'll be on the field for next season."

What does this mean?

It means that the 6'7 WR/Forward will attend the University of Miami, but will miss the upcoming football season, which isn't too much of a blow for the football program this season since many expected him to be redshirted anyway. Griffin, however, will enroll at Miami in time to join the Canes Hoops team and start his basketball career this winter.

We hope Derrick finishes up the requirements in Prep School and then be ready to enroll into Miami in time to help Coach L and the basketball program.



The Opening 2013 - Apocalypse

Brad Kaaya, West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade- Apocalypse really had a great group of risers at quarterback. Kaaya, a Miami commit, has been gradually moving up in the 247Sports rankings and is due for another bump after his showing at Elite 11/The Opening. The 6-foot-4 pocket passer has a strong arm and a quick release.



West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade quarterback Brad Kaaya was the lone Southern California native at the Elite 11 Finals, but one of five Golden State quarterbacks in the event.

After the full week in Beaverton, including The Opening, Kaaya was selected to the Elite 11.

“It’s definitely awesome, just getting to compete with these other highly ranked quarterbacks,” said Kaaya. “We were breeding some great competition and everyone rose to a higher level.”

Kaaya embraced his standing as the lone Southland passer.

“It’s kind of surprising, actually. I thought there would be more from Southern California. There were a lot from California in general. But it’s a great state to represent.”

The Miami commit said he was doing some recruiting at the event.

“Joe Mixon was on my team, we had like everybody on my team, so I was telling them about the U,” said Kaaya.

And despite the two local schools making a push for him, Kaaya hasn’t wavered with the Canes.

"A lot of schools, USC and UCLA, they recently contacted me and invited me to their camp, but I can't go to another camp. I'm solid to Miami,” said Kaaya. “I don’t want to shake things up. I’m solid and I’m happy with Miami. You take out football and Miami is still an awesome school.”

Kaaya said he was working to graduate early so he could be on campus for spring ball.

“I’m thinking about it and working on it because I’m trying to get down there in January,” said Kaaya.


CORAL GABLES — This was a quiet time for Miami a year ago. Preseason award watch lists didn't have many Hurricanes on the radar.

With only a handful of starters returning, the hype was minimal. Click here for the list of hopefuls from a year ago.

Much, of course, can change in a year.

Award watch list season is underway again and there's already more discussion involving coach Al Golden's team. Keep in mind these are massive lists that catch nearly every returning starter in major college football, but Miami is represented in nearly every one released so far.
RB Duke Johnson:

Maxwell Award watch list
Paul Hornung watch list

QB Stephen Morris

Maxwell Award watch list

TE Clive Walford:

John Mackey Award watch list

Shane McDermott:

Rimington Award watch list

We will be updating the list as more awards make their lists available in the coming weeks.

This is also a good sign football is close to returning. The ACC Kickoff media days start next week and practices are less than a month away.



CORAL GABLES — The 2017 Miami basketball recruiting class is off to a fast start.

The Hurricanes got a commitment from a giant prospect entering his freshman year of high school.

DJ Russell of Jacksonville, ranked the No. 3 player in HoopsReport.com's Class of 2017 rankings gave his pledge to Miami on Tuesday.

"Their style of play fits me well and I like how coach [Jim Larranaga] lets his guards and forwards do what they do," Russell told the Sun Sentinel. "He's a great coach."

His AAU coach, Ralph Walton of the Atlanta Celtics, said his style of play would fit the Hurricanes' current brand. But, of course, he still has four years of high school to evolve.

"He knows it's just a verbal commitment and he knows he still has to do a lot stuff on his end to be successful as a college player," Walton said. "He knows that."

Russell attended UM's elite camp last year and developed a relationship with the Hurricanes coaches.

Russell will begin his freshman year at Jacksonville's Arlington County Day School this fall.

UM assistant Chris Caputo led the recruiting effort of Russell.


Class of 2017? That's just silly.


SOUP..I agree lol


The kid hasnt even started high school yet lol


Over the past two years, I’ve been lucky enough to see Dade and Broward’s best compete on the gridiron, at camps and at 7-on-7s. The list below is my personal opinion, and I don’t speak for Peter, Tito, Cam or Nash. All forty times are verified by SPARQ.

15. Treon Harris, ATH, Booker T (5’11.5, 186, 4.58)- Intelligent and productive coach’s son who accounted for 50 TDs during Booker T’s state title run. The half-brother of Brandon Harris (on his dad’s side) and Thearon Collier (on his mom’s side). Harris always been known as a gamer, but it was his physical stats that surprised observers at the Miami SPARQ combine. Look how Harris measured up against the other top corners in his class:

Treon Harris- 5’11, 181, 4.48
Nigel Bethel- 5’9, 170, 4.61
Chris Lammons- 5’9.5, 159, 4.62


14. Anthony Moten, DL, St. Thomas Aquinas (6’4, 292, 5.17)- After an eight-sack season playing next to Ohio State signee Joey Bosa, Moten will now be the focus of opposing offenses as a senior. Can play either inside or outside, but may project best as a strong-side defensive end in certain systems (including Miami's) . Has held a Canes offer since his sophomore year.


13. Khairi Clark, DT, Chaminade Madonna (6’1.5, 329, 5.46)- One of the biggest boom or bust prospects in the class, which is why he lands right in the middle of the list. Only played half the snaps against University School and struggled with his conditioning on the camp circuit. However, possesses rare combination of bulk, burst and aggression.


12. Corey Holmes, WR, St. Thomas Aquinas (6’2, 176, 4.48)- The most college-ready receiver in the state. Dubbed the “next big thing” at STA by Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter, Holmes runs sharp routes and plucks the ball away from his body. His size (6’2) and explosiveness (4.48, 39 VJ) separate him from other polished possession receivers that have come out in recent years.


11. Joe Yearby, RB, Central (5’9, 178, 4.58)- A household name since Pop Warner, Yearby has rushed for almost 4,000 yards over the past two years. Makes up for average size and speed with elite vision and footwork. To borrow a comparison from gcane44, Yearby is Gio Bernard-like as a runner and pass-catcher.



Last summer, my close friend Art texted me to announce some exciting news. He had gotten engaged the previous night and planned to get married in 2013 in Pittsburgh. My first reaction was excitement, but my excitement quickly turned to fear as I started to wonder when the wedding would be. Would he pick a weekend in the fall? About two months later I received the bad news: the wedding was scheduled for Labor Day weekend. My options were limited because while I was excited about FAU coming to town, the Owls aren’t exactly a big enough opponent to cause me to miss the wedding. This spring, the folks at ESPN came to my rescue and added an unforeseen bonus opportunity. Miami’s game against FAU was moved to Friday night on ESPNU, allowing me the opportunity to see the game before heading off to Pittsburgh for the wedding. ESPN also announced that Pitt would be hosting Florida State on Monday night in an important primetime event for the ACC. I have fond memories of Miami’s last game in the Big East, when the Canes ran all over Pittsburgh in November of 2003. Things have now come full circle and I am excited about the chance to welcome the Panthers in their first game in the ACC. Will Jameis Winston be the savior that everyone in Tallahassee is hoping for? I can’t wait to find out while I scout the Noles in person.

We have officially reached the slowest month of the year in sports. Turning on Sports Center this week has been depressing, with most of the time being spent on baseball highlights, the X Games, Tennis, and Ron Jaworski’s endless QB countdown. This is the perfect time to analyze the ACC and the Win Total Odds for each team in the conference. I have listed all of the odds below, but have picked my favorite predictions. The over/under totals do not include any conference championships or bowl games.

Miami OVER 9.5 wins.

Returning starters are a key component in the making of these odds and the Canes are definitely a popular pick to have a breakout year. Miami should be favored in 9 games, underdogs against FSU and UF, and have a toss-up game against a talented UNC team. The Florida game is the key to the entire season in my opinion. A win over the Gators could have this team well on their way to a 10 win season. Miami doesn’t leave the state of Florida to play until October 17th at North Carolina. This schedule is far more manageable than in years past and I have full confidence in Coach Golden. Stephen Morris and Duke Johnson will both be among the best in the nation at their positions, and the strength and experience of Miami’s offensive line will be a key to the Canes’ success. While this defense still isn’t where it needs to be, almost every important contributor returns and I expect to see improvement.

My best memory at the Orange Bowl: Many Canes fans would name the Edgerrin James performance against UCLA or a last second victory over FSU as their favorite Orange Bowl memory. Mine is a bit different, because I relished the times that Miami just dominated their opponent. After a 59-0 win over 14th ranked Syracuse the week prior, Miami faced 12th ranked Washington on November 24th, 2001. The energy in the stadium was electric and the fans desperately wanted revenge on the Huskies for ruining a possible undefeated season in 2000. The Canes won 65-7 and forced seven turnovers. Watching the greatest team in college football history was truly a privilege I’ll never forget.



Gambino Family = 22 arrests

Urban Myers Florida Gators = 31 arrests

From 2005 to 2008, federal authorities successfully prosecuted the Gambino administration, several capos, and many soldiers and associates. Since both federal and New York State authorities rounded up the entire Gambino family hierarchy in early 2008, a three-man panel of street bosses Daniel "Danny" Marino, John Gambino and Bartolomeo Vernace was running the Gambino family while the administration members were in prison. Marino, Vernace, Gambino, Cefalu, D'Amico, Nicholas Corozzo, and Arnold Squitieri have all been listed as leaders in the family. In July 2011, it was reported that Domenico Cefalu has been promoted to official boss of the crime family, putting an end to the Gotti regime.[50] The current family is believed to have between 150 and 200 members as well as over 1500 associates.

Today the Gambino family still controls the piers in Brooklyn and Staten Island through infiltrated labor unions.[51] A pair of indictments in 2009 and 2010, respectively, show that the family is still very active in New York City. During 2009, the Gambino family saw many important members released from prison.[52] In 2009, former National Basketball Association (NBA) referee Tim Donaghy accused Gambino associate James Battista of using Donaghy's knowledge of NBA games to pick winners in illegal sports gambling.[53][54][55]

On November 18, 2009, the NYPD arrested 22 members and associates of the Lucchese and Gambino crime families as part of Operation Pure Luck.[56] The raid was a result of cases involving loan sharking and sports gambling on Staten Island. There were also charges of bribing New York City court officers and Sanitation Department officials.[57]


SOUP..U got mail


Soup - far be it from me to tell you how to run your business.

But that's such a clever and eye opening comparison to a crime family, that it might not be a bad idea to "repackage" that and put it as a blog article and then promote it on twitter, facebook, and other social media so people can link to it.

It's clever, packs a punch, is well thought out, etc. I think it eill create some great buzz, mainly because it really puts into perspective the lawlessness associated with the UF program. A lot of people still don't get it.

Not trying to be presumptuous and tell you what to do, just my two cents.


I would suggest using the name of a fictional crime family lol


DT's ranked by Rivals:


Some DTs we are after OR in good shape with:

#4 Thomas Holley
#8 Elisha Shaw
#9 Khairi Clark
#12 Anthony Moten
#17 Lamont Gaillard
#20 Travonte Valentine
#26 Michael Sawyers

We also have a few of the top ranked offensive tackles:

#5 Kc McDermott
#17 Trevor Darling
#18 Reilly Gibbons

Linder is the #10 ranked center.

Brad Kaaya #12th ranked pro-style QB and Alin Edouard is the 25th ranked dual-threat QB.


Canesfan_1...It is a good idea but I am afraid to even say "Gambino" in public. Of course now that I have the NSA (Hey guys!) and the Justice Department are prolly all ova The Space. I'm gonna try to keep a low profile for now. LOL


Posted by: UMike | July 10, 2013 at 09:33 AM

So what name would you suggest instead of Gators?


I can just imagine the Gambino family leaders finding out and saying to themselves:

"Hey, who's dis SOUP guy anyways? How da hell does a guy get a name like SOUP? Dis guy sounds serious, Giancarlo, U better check dis guy out."

Next thing U know I've got some suits knocking on my door and then I'm wearing cement shoes and sleeping with da fishes somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico.


Posted by: UMike | July 10, 2013 at 09:33 AM

So what name would you suggest instead of Gators?

Posted by: CalgaryCane | July 10, 2013 at 09:51 AM

I didnt mean for the Gators lol


So what name would you suggest instead of Gators?

Posted by: CalgaryCane | July 10, 2013 at 09:51 AM

LOL, well played, Calgary!


Oh wait....went right over my head haha




Off Topic:

Add this to your bucket list... Wow!

An eye-catching new glass platform at Austria's Dachstein glacier lets visitors walk out on a ledge some 1,300 feet above snow-covered cliffs. The area has long been a year-round destination for adventure seekers.


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