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September 09, 2013

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Old Skool

For anyone interested. here's an article on Vinny and his QB son

http://tbo.com/sports/preps/jesuit-qb-testaverde-follows-fathers-footsteps-advice-20130912/

It'd be nice to have Vinny Sr show up for the USF game. Jesuit is all of three blocks from RJ stadium.

orange 'n green in the vein

A decent QB, not even a 'good' one, who doesn't take three points out of the back pocket and leave them on the field times Jeff and company did in the redzone, changes the outcome of the game if everything else plays out the same. A decent coach, instead of an uncreative one high on his own PR about 'line of scrimmage league,' kicks the FG's instead of being turned over on downs in chip shot range and the result is different.

Nice to have the offense barely cohesive right now and not be out of the title race three weeks into the season, but this team needs to get way better by the time ACC play starts on both sides of the ball because they're not going to keep dodging bullets at the rate they have so far this year. You know GT is licking their lips at the UF game film and have revenge on their mind and Lee looks good triggering the option. Fans last year were cursing Washington's decision on 4th down costing them that game because he made the wrong read on which lineman to follow, and the fact he was basically a wee little man to everybody but the jailhouse treat crying for attention. Luckily Mark has shut them down more than anybody to this point at UM, but either that means they're due or he has their number and their number only?

Sarasota 'cane

Speaking of Vinny, that UF game last week reminded me a lot of the Penn St. Fiesta Bowl in '86. If Jimmy had kept the ball on the ground then I think UM would have won the game. Same for UF and Driskel in my opinion.
5 turnovers will kill you whether you are a "team of the ages" or simply running a mediocre offense.

Go 'canes!

j.w.

jsv- there's reason to be concerned, but its not all that bad. We are what we are on D, a good defense, can defend the ground on plays between the tackles, and have some ball hawks in the secondary. When Bush gets back we'll get a better sense of how good the secondary is. We're not that good on running plays to the outside, have real trouble covering the pass on third downs or in blitzes, but there is reason to hope. Figeuroa's assension will cut down opposing RB's ability to get outside, and most of the teams we play aren't going to have great QB's.

SmatCane

We should be undefeated going into FSU week.

mountain cane

Driskell's "career" passing day only counts yards. His fumble and 2 pics were arguably, more noteworthy.

trianglecane

sorry.. last year we loose this game bad. this year we have five turnovers and score before they can adjust.

1. fsu d is not gaytor good and neither is vt's d, so who else will make this o struggle?

2. The TOP had more to do with the o not getting first downs than the d struggling.

3. We still have underclassmen in the secondary, so they will have challenges.

Sarasota 'cane

The fact is they didn't go for the field goal or the PAT and then they ran into a stout goal line defense. We all watched the same game here. It's not Miami's fault that Muskrat "went for it", but it was Miami that responded to it.
It was not Miami's fault that Driskel and his receiver were not on the same page in the redzone, but it was UM's DB tht jumped the rout and picked the ball off. It was not Miami's fault that UF's top 5 defense let Dorsett get behind them, but it was Dorsett who converted the play into a 68 yard TD. And UM's final score was a forced fumble that Duke ran in for a TD against one of the best defenses in the SEC.
This notion that UM didn't create their own "luck" is BS. People that work hard get lucky. That's a given. It's not UM's fault that UF was completely gassed in the first quarter. It WAS UM's problem that they couldn't put UF away early because the reality of the first half was that UM had a chance to go up 28-6 which would have put the game out of UF's reach with their offense. But nobody's saying anything about that today, certainly not Gator fan.
We all agreed that UM would stumble along the way but I'm not convinced that GT is that team since UM essentially has 3 weeks to prepare for the gimmicks. As they say on Wall Street, past results are not an indication of future performance! Just ask Floriduhhhhhh!!!

Go 'canes!

mountain cane

Oh, and as Golden said, the defense calls them takeaways, not turnovers. You make them happen. Obviously a bit of luck involved as to where a fumble rolls, but create more and you'll get more. Pursue the ball more, and you'll get more in the long run.

orange 'n green in the vein

Thomas, Renner, Winston are all highly thought of in lots of circles, my mileage varies with them all though. Tanner Price gets the most out of his talent and has a lot of experience, Tom Savage at one time looked like he was going to the NFL and then sh!t happened and now he's a dice roll any given day. That's half the remaining schedule and more than half if you subtract the SSU sacrificial QB in two weeks as you should. You've got a potential Tajh Boyd appearance in an ACC title scenario to keep in the back of your mind too. Cutcliffe at Duke is going to have his guy, whoever it is by the time they play UM, ready to go at home. These guys can avoid doing what Jeff did and not shoot themselves in the foot repeatedly by throwing the ball away under pressure in the redzone to an area of the field not swarmed by the other team. It's very possible for clear thinking under pressure players to do, so the slow bleed war of attrition tactic defensively isn't going to be the answer repeatedly this year and if you keep going to the well, it will eventually come up empty.

WWIN

When I saw these stats it concerned me bc judging by the numbers we haven't improved much from last year. The biggest difference is the turn overs. So what happens when we have a game where we aren't getting many. I'm worried it will be like last year again. What are thoughts?

Posted by: jsy | September 12, 2013 at 02:07 PM

Are you really concerned about the D right now and not the offense??? Please tell me when was the last time our offense played good against a good D, it definitely wasn't last year??? Its not like we played 77 plays on D cuz we couldn't stop em, we played 77 plays of D cuz our offense couldn't do a DAMN THANG! And if you really look at it Florida only scored a FG on our D, their two TD's were off a blocked punt inside of our 10yd line and a last minute TD off a pooch kickoff where they started the drive from the 40 against our prevent D. Our D last year woulda gave em 40pts wit no sacks and no pressure.

When Driskel did have time to throw nobody was open, COMPLETE turnaround from last year. Worry about the offense for now, its been years since they played well against a good D. What's that you say, Jedd Fisch was da man? Well what about k state, nosuch dame, fsu, unc, and va tech?????

Sarasota 'cane

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2013 at 02:58 PM

Agreed, but none of those teams outside of Clemson are going to have a Top 10 defense either. We can score on all of the teams mentioned, but more importantly we can better control the time of possession against those teams which will give our defense time to rest.
This team will give us fits this season I'm sure, but they have already shown me that their time in the weight and film rooms this past off-season was not in vain.

Go 'canes!!

WWIN

OGV, are you really back on D'no again???? Now I know its definitely personal and you refuse to be wrong.

So I guess with you any time a team has a turnover its bcuz they shot themselves in the foot????

orange 'n green in the vein

"When Driskel did have time to throw nobody was open, COMPLETE turnaround from last year.

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | September 12, 2013 at 03:22 PM"

Not true, they found holes in zone coverage here and there for big gains, plus missed deep passes that were thrown into single coverage, just out of bounds. Press man made everything look a lot better though for UM though and really caused UF problems with timing (just like you draw it up, what a concept!). Four man line with press man almost made me think the guy in the coaches box might have a future at Miami for himself. Then they'd trot out the three man line right after that and they'd gash UM with the QB zone read option from the shotgun to the edge and I'd have to remind myself, "Fool me once . . ."

orange 'n green in the vein

WWiN, if a QB can throw the ball out the back of the endzone and save his team a chance at three points but instead decides to wing it into triple coverage trying to make a play, that's on the QB, since he had time to scramble to keep the play alive and chose to force it into a bad part of the field instead of taking the incomplete into the first three rows of stands and letting his kicker try and chip it through the uprights. Loved the break Howard got on his interception, great individual play, however Jeff made the wrong read or his WR didn't make the correct adjustment on a route to try for a fade, again, bottom line was the ball shouldn't have been thrown in the field of play at that position of the field and in that situation. Good QB's won't do that, luckily, UF's QB is not good right now when it comes to that and he chokes under pressure so UM was able to hang on and exploit that this time just enough to secure a victory at home.

CaneRock

In the words of Vince Lombardi..."STATS ARE FOR LOSERS!" I'll take the victory, they can have the stats.

Our D-Line KICKED THEIR ASSES!...Chick,Porter, and McCord in particular. Hell, they couldn't even block Muhammad the few times He was in there.

And Perryman...He OWNED! Jones!

PHUCK UF!, I'm not giving them ANY! credit...PHUCK EM'!

CaneRock

Then they'd trot out the three man line right after that and they'd gash UM with the QB zone read option from the shotgun to the edge and I'd have to remind myself, "Fool me once . . ."

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2013 at 04:03 PM

Driskel rushed 9 times for 19 yards, He wasn't exactly runnin' around crazy out there.

WWIN

OGV, yes he did make a few passes with no pressure and a lot of times nobody was open. I like how you said he threw it over their heads LMAO, tell me one play in which Driskel threw it over somebody's head that was OPEN??????

VA Cane

WWiN, if a QB can throw the ball out the back of the endzone and save his team a chance at three points but instead decides to wing it into triple coverage trying to make a play, that's on the QB, since he had time to scramble to keep the play alive and chose to force it into a bad part of the field instead of taking the incomplete into the first three rows of stands and letting his kicker try and chip it through the uprights.

Kind of like your boy J12 used to do huh? He threw a lot through the end zone and into the seats huh? Guess he was doing what that inept incompetent Onion headed HC told him to do....who never would sit him down for all the horrible mistakes he continued to make....just saying Hoss.....

WWIN

Rock, OGV's bag is EMPTY and he's jus still reaching for anything LOL

VA Cane

Only thing Driskell did was get his ass rocked....he's limping around still in Gville. Good I wish we would have ripped his damn head off....last play it came out of socket. Hes ok as a qb .....not cracked up to all thet hype I heard on him.JMO

j.w.

OGV- Driskell is/was highly thought of as well. Until we beat Florida, people were touting him as well. We made him look bad (not that his coach and Driskell himself didn't help). We pressured him every time he turned the ball over, and we can do that to pretty much anyone else save Winston. The jury is still out on Winston, he may really be the next great thing, or he could be up and down like Favre was in college.

CaneRock

We pressured him every time he turned the ball over, and we can do that to pretty much anyone else save Winston.

Posted by: j.w. | September 12, 2013 at 04:55 PM

Don't let the Pitt game fool you, Pitts D-Line isn't even in the same ballpark as UF's. If we bring it the same way we did against UF, we'll KICK! Winston's ass too! Matter of fact, ANYBODY CAN GET IT! BRING IT!

Ftmcane

OGV, I'll never understand how you consider yourself a fan of the Miami hurricanes. Your negativity is nauseating.

The Dude

I don't think Driskel made a bad choice to throw the ball TH3 int'd. It was bad execution thrown too far inside to where TH3 could make a play. Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees make that throw all the time, they're just accurate with the placement. Now the throw that RJ26 got was a bad read. He never saw him and chucked the ball up.

The Dude

If the D plays like it has, and the O plays like it should, we can win every game this year.

The Dude

1 game does not completely redeem D'Onofrio, but it does give him a small pass. The D didn't completely dominate, it still bent a lot. He needs to prove himself all year long. So far, so good. The real concern right now is the O, especially 3rd down conversions. I think we are who we are in terms of how physical we will be, which is good enough to win every game. I really think the Florida win will make the team stronger. Everyone will buy in to Al Golden and practice will only become more intense. I expect the leaders of this team to work their teammates extra hard knowing the mountain top can be reached. There's no looking back from here.

The Dude

Some one needs to take some of CaneRock's mojo, like in Austin Powers, then inject every player on the team with it. Weekly transfusions because that is the exact attitude these guys need to have to bring the Canes back. No excuse, 7-0 going into FSU.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: CaneRock | September 12, 2013 at 04:30 PM

Yeah, they subtract his sack stats from that, of course, and I was referring to the back usually getting to the edge but UM did a good job on the short to go stuffs when they gambled on fourth in the redzone. Like I said before, that's the game right there, even with the fumbles and interceptions, all Muschump had to do was send out the FG unit for the short attempts but instead he kept trying to prove his media quotes right in a real cutting off the nose to spite the face type of deal.

WWiN, 291 yards is almost three trips down the field and his best game before was about 1/3 less of that total, so he was moving the ball in the air, just not executing near the goal.

"Posted by: j.w. | September 12, 2013 at 04:55 PM"

This post, where to begin? Yeah Jeff was all high school world, just like Kyle Wrong, no, not everybody was sold on him this year. Even SOUP reported his trip to Gaineshell he was talking to fans not sold on the guy at all as a passer. How do you think they're feeling now he's racked up a career day in a loss? Probably ready for a return to the retailer. Winston ripped up probably the worst ACC team like he was playing a video game but let's not crown him as Farve, college or pro, just yet. I'd like to see him against an improved, buy not yet elite by any means, Tiger's defense in South Carolina, and in that series the visitor has done horribly the last 12 years, only one win. Venerables is going to press his corners and get his linemen up field while bringing blitzes late from all over to confuse him, how he handles that will tell you a lot about how he's going to be able to handle the rivalry pressure two weeks later at home. I know SOUP says Maryland is the team to watch out for FSU before then, but I'm not buying that just yet, sure they should be better this year, but unless FSU falls into the trap game scenario, Terps are not hanging in for very long at Doak.

"Posted by: Ftmcane | September 12, 2013 at 05:22 PM"

Scroll down you precious little flower petal. Scroll down. It'll be OK.

VA Cane


I like to read Canerock, Cocane, WWIN and The Dude extra careful.....cause I think we run in the same vein. Dancing is a contact sport....football is a hitting sport. If you hit people with all you have while executing the basic fundamentals of this game....and you constantly refine said basic fundamentals and technique through solid coaching and repetition, weight training, great diet, an intense controlled rage and a strong desire to win.....you will win quite a bit more than not.

I don't give a damn about most stats or stars...I want to win. the W-L record means more than anything.

3rd down conversion, red zone conversion, yards per carry, yards after catch, turnovers and penalties on offense.

3rd down stops, red zone stops, turnovers and penalties on D....and knockouts, limpoffs, cartoffs, crawloffs, carryoffs, concussions,...cause you got your azz destroyed.

You can march 3 fields and set personal, school,and national records for all I care....and be a 10 star on these sites that are blind as Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles....hell go 7-5, set world records and be 10 stars...go for it.

I don't care, I want to run you over, pass you to death on O and break your neck on D and ST...while executing flawless fundamentals and laughing my azz off at your records and stars......as I win another NC!!!!

Nuff Said!!!!

VA Cane


In the words of Vince Lombardi..."STATS ARE FOR LOSERS!" I'll take the victory, they can have the stats.

Our D-Line KICKED THEIR ASSES!...Chick,Porter, and McCord in particular. Hell, they couldn't even block Muhammad the few times He was in there.

And Perryman...He OWNED! Jones!

PHUCK UF!, I'm not giving them ANY! credit...PHUCK EM'!


That is controlled RAGE!!!! Whipping their 5 STAR AZZ KISSIN STAT LOVIN JORT WEARIN P***Y AZZES. I love the mans intensity!!!! By the way.....that attitude of TATUMIZE THEM ALL wins NCS.....take the stats baby...I want the TITLES...TO BE THE BEST!!! Like MR. DAVI SAID "JUST WIN BABY"!!!!

Get off like a Big Dog CR!!!

SOUP

Driskel had a career passing day. Another UM defense surrendering that to opposing QB, at least this time they got the W doing so.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2013 at 11:31 AM

U SIR ARE A COMPLETE AZZ.

That is all.

j.w.

"Posted by: j.w. | September 12, 2013 at 04:55 PM"

This post, where to begin? Yeah Jeff was all high school world, just like Kyle Wrong, no, not everybody was sold on him this year. Even SOUP reported his trip to Gaineshell he was talking to fans not sold on the guy at all as a passer. How do you think they're feeling now he's racked up a career day in a loss? Probably ready for a return to the retailer. Winston ripped up probably the worst ACC team like he was playing a video game but let's not crown him as Farve, college or pro, just yet. I'd like to see him against an improved, buy not yet elite by any means, Tiger's defense in South Carolina, and in that series the visitor has done horribly the last 12 years, only one win. Venerables is going to press his corners and get his linemen up field while bringing blitzes late from all over to confuse him, how he handles that will tell you a lot about how he's going to be able to handle the rivalry pressure two weeks later at home. I know SOUP says Maryland is the team to watch out for FSU before then, but I'm not buying that just yet, sure they should be better this year, but unless FSU falls into the trap game scenario, Terps are not hanging in for very long at Doak.

"Posted by: Ftmcane | September 12, 2013 at 05:22 PM"

Scroll down you precious little flower petal. Scroll down. It'll be OK.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2013 at 06:14 PM

Dude, you need to take a break, you aren't reading right and you're ripping people for no good reason, 1) Driskell is an NFL prospect. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/prospectrankings/2015
I really don't get too worked up about what FU fans think of him.
2. I said the "jury is still out on Winston." And you may not recall, but Favre looked like the Second Coming agaisnt FSU in college, on the road no less, but then looked damned ordinary against a lot of other teams he played. http://www.totalfootballstats.com/PlayerQB.asp?id=1228
We'll see what Winston does the rest of the year, he may be great, he may be average. He did show that he knows how to get away from a pass rush, and that concerns me. The rest of the QB's you listed earlier don't scare me.

VA Cane

I think we have come to a unanimous decision here...OGV can now be called OBV...Orange and Blue in the Vein. OBV you love those guys....Dude I know you love Randy Onion Shannon, J12 Jacory Harris......but Muschump, Jeff Drilledhead and dem Gators.....cmon man.....and you give me hell for having played for your buddy Frank call me Scarface Beamer? Really Now......LOL

WWIN

We all agreed that UM would stumble along the way but I'm not convinced that GT is that team since UM essentially has 3 weeks to prepare for the gimmicks.

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | September 12, 2013 at 02:47 PM

I didn't agree to this BS!

WWIN

WWiN, 291 yards is almost three trips down the field and his best game before was about 1/3 less of that total, so he was moving the ball in the air, just not executing near the goal.

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | September 12, 2013 at 06:14 PM

He damn near had the ball for 3 quarters what did you expect to happen?????? Oh that's right, one of the WORST defensive teams a year ago was suppose to shut em down for 40 MINUTES, 40 MINUTES!!!! Let me say that again, they had the ball for 40 MINUTES!!!!

WWIN

I think we have come to a unanimous decision here...OGV can now be called OBV...Orange and Blue in the Vein. OBV you love those guys....Dude I know you love Randy Onion Shannon, J12 Jacory Harris......but Muschump, Jeff Drilledhead and dem Gators.....cmon man.....and you give me hell for having played for your buddy Frank call me Scarface Beamer? Really Now......LOL

Posted by: VA Cane | September 12, 2013 at 07:24 PM

Well damn!!! LMAO X 10

mountain cane

Driskell makes way too many mistakes to be a top end qb. 291 yards, 2 interceptions and a fumble aint much of a "career" day.

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Sarasota 'cane

I didn't agree to this BS!

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | September 12, 2013 at 07:53 PM

You had UM winning all 12 games pre-season?

VA Cane

Hey Willie thought you might get a chuckle or two!!!! "I'm just sayin".....to quote the Great 86 Cane!!!!!!!!!!

dj moonbat

A bunch of things that I think are clearly true, if one isn't trying to win an argument about this year's team with another fan:

One shouldn't get too down about UM's offense, because duh, Florida's D is pretty hardcore. Similarly, one shouldn't get too up about our defense, because Florida's O is not exactly a juggernaut.

Miami's D is clearly much better than last year. 40th nationally in total defense so far. The offense, so far, is not as good (85th nationally), but has not degraded nearly as much as the defense is improved.

So the team, overall, is better. It was good enough to beat Florida. Florida was probably overrated, but still better than most of the teams we'll play this year.

Pbcfrcane13

61 ff those passing yards come on the last drive when Miami's D was playing off and prevent so some of those numbers are misleading even if just a bit. I mean 230 sounds and looks a lot better. Just saying.

canezilla

DON'T WORRY GRASSHOPPERS THE NEXT 2 GAMES SHOULD REALLY BOOST OUR OFFENSE RANKING

WWIN

You had UM winning all 12 games pre-season?

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | September 12, 2013 at 08:14 PM

Did you really want me to answer that? LMAO

Well let me jus put it this way, I had UM going undefeated every year in the past and I got em going undefeated every year in the future, until proven on the field baby

roachcane77

This notion that UM didn't create their own "luck" is BS. People that work hard get lucky. That's a given.
Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | September 12, 2013 at 02:47 PM


From down the road a piece in Englewood... I agree 100% with this statement.

orange 'n green in the vein

"Posted by: Pbcfrcane13 | September 12, 2013 at 08:42 PM"

This is true but that squib and prevent D with a full three minutes and change to go nearly cost them the game too because the hands team barely got that ball covered up. Special teams has been a good punter and not much else right now this year.

"Posted by: VA Cane | September 12, 2013 at 07:24 PM"

You now owe aqua $.05 for infringing on his copyright from '07. You'll be hearing from his lawyers any day now.

"Posted by: j.w. | September 12, 2013 at 06:58 PM"

In a world where Mark Sanchez, Christian Ponder and Jamarcus Russel were top half 1st rounders, Jeff's at least a 2nd round selection. Or at least that's what Matt Barkley will tell you.

If any of you want to feel old, turn on the Tulane game and watch Joe Montana's son and Rohan Marley's son play football for head coach Curtis Johnson.

Grandson Marley can play.

JCane

There is much to what OGV said that is legit. FU mostly moved up the field at will on O, with JD getting a huge passing completion % and hanging on to the ball for long ball-control drives. However, the U D was different in many ways vs. last year. They were clearly stronger, to a man, and didn't wear down as the game went on, which is huge given how long they were on the field. They didn't give up and assume scores when FU's O got close, and they didn't quite trying to create turnovers, eventually hitting so many times. The U's D lineman looked mostly strong but slow, especially early on, given JD lots of time to throw. As the game went on, the U's D Line appeared to gradually get more pressure on him, and all game long when they did get pressure they knocked him around (also way better vs. last year). That being said, the D had to know that they didn't want to get beaten by FU's running attack, so they were more concerned with staying home and not letting the runners trash them, something that was happening a lot earlier in the game. Although JDrisk. had some open receivers he missed that could have really cost the U (same happened in reverse plenty though between Morris and Dorsett, etc.), the D Backfield mostly did a really good job in coverage and looked for getting jumps to create turnovers. Obviously the D Line could start going after Driskell more when it was clear FU had to start throwing. However, this is clearly not their O's strength.

Overall, the D gets an A for the outcome and not wearing down as the game went on. As for improvement from last year, they are clearly much improved and overall probably get a B (last year was an F). I'm good with this, as they are going to continue to learn and improve. It'll be interesting to see how they do vs. ACC teams coming up after the Sav. St. scrimmage. I suspect they'll have more trouble with a mobile qb who has any ability to throw, which could well be the case vs. FSU, G Tech, etc.

Sarasota 'cane

It's nice to be debating how much UM has improved rather than how far they have digressed. UM's #'s on offense are sure to rise as we play Savannah and USF coupled with a bye over the next three weeks.
I'm sure we have someone scheming against GT as we speak. It's not arrogant in my opinion to look past opponents when you are preparing for the gimmicky offense that GT is running. The gap discipline that UM showed against UF will also pay big time against GT.
I can't wait to evaluate FSU against greater opponents than Pitt. A lot of folks think Pitt is dead last in the ACC, yet they rammed the ball down FSU's throat on the opening drive. I'm not sure who FSU is yet this season relative to UM. Can't wait to find out!

Go 'canes!

VA Cane

The ability to not wear down and keep pushing is part to do with conditioning....but in the 4th quarter, its all about who wants it more....its found in the depths of that 4 chambered engine and the recesses of the medulla....its called never quitting or surrendering....heart, desire, passion, intensity, fury....CHAMPION!!!

I have been involved in this game for a long time...started playing in the DC area at 7..HS titles, college, 35 years calling the shots...I'll be 55 in 2 weeks...that's 48 yrs of doing it...plus my old man uncle and godfather played in the league when there were no real rules, no pads like today, no FACEMASKS...the old man was on the 51 Rams title team, and my uncle Wild Bill played on the Detroit teams of the mid 50s that were qb'd by Bobby Layne...and GF Charlie Sumner coached the great Raider D units led by Stork, Assassin, Howie, Lester...hell something had to rub off on me didn't it? maybe some bloodlines....

I never was a 5 star or All Am...but I know.. have been taught and experienced that the man who wants it more will prevail, as he has the heart of a champion.

F**K Muschamp, Driskell, The Old Ball Coach Spurrier, greasy mole faced Urban, John Reeves, Emmitt, The Pouncy jerks, Hernandez..racist Cooper, Hersey Harvin....and any Gator you know you hate (I respect Tebow).... any of their coeds, and other jort wearing fools...including pervJeremy Foley....U of Florida did not, could not or will never want it like the U of M....they did not want to win....and they did not want any part of our Hurricanes its a game of inches, blocking and tackling, passion, and heart...JMO

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