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January 24, 2014

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CaneRock

Coach L said Randy didn't like short dbs.

I'm just saying...

Posted by: Go Canes | January 25, 2014 at 09:47 PM

LMAO!

You probably believe that, too.

You believe ANYthing the UM coaches say, which ALSO makes you, laughably naïve...laughably gullible.

LMAO!

CaneRock

Posted by: 86Cane | January 25, 2014 at 09:39 PM

That's 3 PWOs, I believe.
I wonder if that's our way around the 9 schollie reduction...

Walk-on: Any athlete who participates on an athletic team without an athletic scholarship is considered a walk-on. Walk-ons are not permitted to sign a National Letter of Intent. A "preferred walk-on" is assured a spot on the team, but the athlete is not offered a scholarship.

CaneRock

Barry Jackson:

###It’s a light weekend for UM recruiting visits, among seniors. Mobile (Ala.)-based Malik Rosier --- rated the nation’s 22nd-best dual purpose quarterback --- is visiting and is considered a solid UM oral commitment.

At least two others were expected this weekend: Three-star Georgia-based prospect Tavon Ross (who’s committed to Missouri) and three-star Jacksonville-based receiver Isaiah Ford, who’s uncommitted.

UM has interest in Ross as a running back, but Ross told Rivals.com that his commitment to Mizzou is “pretty solid.”

Ford, rated the nation’s No. 67 receiver, is considering Louisville, Virginia Tech,

UM, UF and South Carolina.
UM will host a bunch of juniors on Sunday.

CaneRock

Wilson spent thousands last summer taking his eldest son, Quincy, a four-star defensive back at University School, on official recruiting trips to USC, UCLA, Ohio State, Note Dame, South Carolina and Tennessee before he finally committed to the Florida Gators in August.

“The reason you are seeing all these decommitments is because some kids are finally taking their official visits now and seeing schools and changing their minds,” Wilson said.

“It’s sad because the fan bases get on Twitter and get on the kids when in reality it’s just a flaw in the system. You speed things up and that’s what is happening.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/01/25/3893223/early-playing-time-for-standout.html#.UuRoZdXk6Ow.twitter#storylink=cpy

86Cane

Rock...I really appreciate U as a blogger and what U bring to Canespace. U do try to contribute a lot to the blog and are alway ON.

There are SOME times that I wish U didn't have to go all Mano-a-Mano with other bloggers and call people out or pick fights, but hey if that is what motivates U then I guess we will have to accept that.

Now if U wanna pick on UMike ALL DAY LONG then that's cool too. LOL

Terrance Sullivan

Great blogging today peeps. keep calm and Cane on.

j.w.

Only caught part of the bball game, we played a little better than expected, I guess. I'm still not seeing it with LeComte (sp?), yeah, he's young, but so is everyone in college basketball, and he is our starter. Looking forward to seeing our new group next year.

4-Real

Ricky Town is a Trojan.

CGNC

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