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October 29, 2014

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Dude on a Pale Horse

Washington was a playoff team last year too. They expect to compete in the East. Next up the lowly 76ers, the worst team in pro sports.

Ohio_Cane

Next up the lowly 76ers, the worst team in pro sports.

Posted by: The Dude | October 30, 2014 at 01:07 PM
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The Browns would like a word with U...

CaneRock

Hahaaaaa, UMike with the bootlegs! Maaaaan, I haven't seen somebody hustlin' bootlegs in A MINUTE! LMAO!

UMike

CR.. these kids at the shelter get the bootleg dvds lol.. I havent seen them in a while, but they get them all the time.. all dark and stuff lol

UMike

Was watching Lucy the other day and it had Chinese subtitles haha

CaneRock

I kinda like this Heat squad...everybody's playing, what they're supposed to be playing. Now don't get me wrong, Le? is the best player on the planet, but the games where you saw offensive synergy, the type that you saw with the Spurs night in & night out, were few & far in between when LeYawn Blame played in Miami.

#TEAMHEAT!...ALLDAY!

CaneRock

UMike, how's the job going?

UpNorthCane27

Gotta respect the bootlegs and those that hustle them lol. Funniest thing is when they say" shit look HD homie better then going to the movies" lmfao GTFO..

Lucy was a good ass mvoie and scarlett bad bad bad as it gets.

86Cane

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86Cane

#TEAMHEAT!...ALLDAY!

Posted by: CaneRock | October 30, 2014 at 01:15 PM

There IT is right there.

CaneRock

TERRANCE SULLIVAN!...BRING YO' @$$...OUT!

The Lakers...

41 WINS?!

REALLY?!

In the NBA?...the NBDL?...or the WNBA? LMAO!

UMike

CR.. its going great!! Some times I feel like im stealing money!! lol.. On good nights we literally play ball for hours and crack jokes on each other lol... we got bad nights also, but there all good kids in bad situations, but so far Ive got to bond with them all in one way or another, even if just through crakin jokes about how ugly we are lol

CaneRock

UMike...NICE! Sounds like you're making a difference, and having fun!

Dude on a Pale Horse

I kind of line this Heat team too. They can play more traditionally now. Don't get me wrong we'll miss James, but if Granger and Deng can be the players the are capable of being we'll be fine. Need Wade to play like he's six years younger.

UMike

This one kid was quiet and some staff just couldn't get to him, come to find out all I had to do was crack a joke on him and we been friends since lol.. I call him "big ugly", and when he call me ugly I just say "I know im ugly, buy my lady fine".. so he always goes "man thats my lady" haha.. kids a trip...16 and his mom just gave him to the staff basically, she had her first kid at 12..like I said most are good kids just in bad situations. But I try to keep them busy and entertained and talk to them when I can and help make it easier for them and maybe for a minute they forget their in a group home.

WWIN

Always with the race card hahahaha

Posted by: UMike | October 30, 2014 at 01:02 PM

Actually you brought up it, Soup get em! Lol

UMike

lol WWIM

raizecane

is this a basketball blog??? LOL

Go Canes

I was at the game last night. With a one game sample size to reference I'd say DWade looked really old, Bosh looked really agressive and Mario looked really Mario.

I think we will win 48-50 games this year, mostly using the formula from last night. Play even with most teams then use our experience at winning to pull out a bunch of them late.

Go Canes

@Bischoff_Scott: Going to be honest, there's a developing bromance happening between Miami RB Duke Johnson and I.

@Bischoff_Scott: Take a peek at Miami RB Duke Johnson here at the 4:39 mark. http://t.co/KNULSV4ntx

@Bischoff_Scott: Re: Duke Johnson. He has the following elite/rare traits. Changing direction, cutting ability, elusiveness, explosiveness, short area quicks

@Bischoff_Scott: Johnson can get to top speed instantly, and he can also change direction without slowing down. He has great vision for a small back.

WWIN

Can we stop talking about the CHeat??

#TeamCavs
#KingJames

Lol

Terrance Sullivan

Rock I have downgraded my Lakers win total from 42 wins to 27 wins. I am sad that is all. lakers 4 life but my boys are doo doo. Anyways see Yall at Sun Life Saturday. I will get to South Florida in the morning about to roll out of the MGM within an hour. Go Canes!

CaneRock


Can we stop talking about the CHeat??

#TeamCavs
#KingJames

Lol

Posted by: WWIM | October 30, 2014 at 02:39 PM

NO!

#TEAMHEAT!
#RING#4!

CaneRock

Terrance, I feel ya', I don't know what's up with that front office. They either should've brought PJ back as a HC, or GM...SMH!

Terrance Sullivan

Rock all I can say is Lawd Have Merthy in my Mike Tyson voice. Smh. That and David Stern can swim in a river of Ish for vetoing the Chris Paul trade.

Go Canes

Lakers heading back to the lottery.

Ohio_Cane

Lakers heading back to the lottery.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 30, 2014 at 03:49 PM
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Yep. Losing Randle hurt bad to a team that was already gonna struggle.

Ohio_Cane

Steve Gorten ‏@sgorten 2m2 minutes ago
However Browar County Public Schools rep tells me investigation ongoing into academic eligibility of multiple players at Miramar


Watch out...

CaneRock

TBT:

Miami Piles It On Houston
Hurricane Defense Stifles Qb Klingler
September 13, 1991|By Ed Sherman, Chicago Tribune.

MIAMI — College football`s bullies, Houston, strayed into the wrong neighborhood Thursday.

Houston discovered that Miami isn`t Eastern Washington or Louisiana Tech, teams it made a reputation on by running up the scores. And America discovered that the Cougars aren`t ready for prime time.

The No. 2 Hurricanes blitzed to a 40-10 victory over No. 10 Houston, which learned what it`s like to be on the other side of a rout. Throughout the country, coaches who loathe coach John Jenkins` pile-it-on tactics had to delight in watching him twist for a change.

Nobody hurt more than Houston`s David Klingler. The quarterback saw his Heisman Trophy chances take a severe jolt, as Miami had him running for cover. Klingler has run up his stats against also-rans (1,798 yards and 27 touchdowns in his last three games). But if you can`t do it against the best, you probably don`t deserve to be called the best. Or at least the thinking goes.

Miami led 30-3 at halftime, and what was supposed to be a dream matchup turned out to be a fraud. The real thing probably will occur Oct. 12 when Penn State visits Miami.

Miami almost was Houston`s best offense in the first half. The Hurricanes picked up 74 yards in penalties, while the Cougars gained only 76 yards of total offense.

Houston`s run-and-shoot offense became run-and-duck for Klingler. The Cougars have only one returning starter on their offensive line.

The Hurricanes constantly was in Klingler`s face, as he barely had time to look downfield. Consequently, a downfield pass became a rarity for Houston. The supposed greatest quarterback in college football had to resort to attempting embarrassing short shovel passes to try to keep the Hurricanes off- balance. It didn`t work.

In the first half, Klingler completed 12 of 25 passes for 71 yards. Wishbone numbers, not run-and-shoot.

If anyone looked like a Heisman player Thursday, it was Miami quarterback Gino Torretta. However, he had an edge over Klingler in that he got to face Houston`s defense. The Cougars ranked 103rd out of 106 Division I teams in total defense last year. Despite returning nine of 11 starters, Houston obviously still has a long way to go.

Jenkins likes to gamble on defense, too, and the Hurricanes broke him easily. Torretta picked up blitz after blitz, leaving the Cougars cornerbacks constantly exposed in one-on-one situations. Miami exploited the mismatches to the fullest, as Torretta threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns in the first half.

Before the game, Jenkins put a muzzle on his players because the talk was getting out of hand.

``This is not a World Wrestling Federation match,`` Jenkins said. ``This is going to be for real.``

Fantasy would have been better. At least in the WWF they keep the matches close.

The game got off to a relatively slow start. Miami punted on its first possession, and Houston followed suit. Houston did pick up a first down in its first series. Little did the Cougars know that it would be their only first down in the quarter.

Miami assumed control of the game in its second series. Torretta hit Lamar Thomas over the middle for 15 yards, and then Stephen McGuire ran 25 yards on a screen to the Houston 2. Fullback Martin Patton ran it in from there for the game`s first score.

Houston`s offense continued to sputter, as Klingler was sacked on the next series.

Torretta then went to work again. Reading the blitz, he hit Horace Copeland on one-on-one coverage for a 35-yard bomb. Three plays later, Torretta launched a rainbow from the two-yard line. Thomas, acting like a center-fielder, caught it for the touchdown.

Miami held Houston again on the next series. On first down, Miami defensive tackle Mark Caesar hit Klingler for a four-yard loss before the quarterback took his second step back from center.

Offensively, it was more of the same for Miami. As the second quarter began, Torretta found Kevin Williams behind the secondary, hitting him for a 33-yard touchdown pass.

Suddenly, Klingler was down 21-0 and looking very much like Eastern Washington. On Houston`s next series, Klingler threw three straight incomplete passes. He went seven in a row before hitting Fred Gilbert with a three-yard swing pass.

Houston finally showed some signs of offense midway through the second half. Klingler moved the Cougars downfield with series of short passes. Houston drove down to the Miami 7, but it stopped there. On third down, Klingler scrambled for his life before throwing the ball out of the endzone. Roman Anderson salvaged the drive with a 25-yard field goal.

But it didn`t take long for Miami to show Klingler how it should be done. Torretta hit Thomas on a fly pattern for 71 yards. It was the same old story. Houston blitzed, leaving Thomas isolated on cornerback Jerry Parks. The touchdown gave Miami a 28-3 lead.

Houston then hit its lowpoint on its next series. Not only did Miami swamp them again, but in punting from the endzone, Charles Langston saw the snap sail over his head for a safety. That sent the Hurricanes into the lockerroom with a 30-3 lead.


CaneRock


Steve Gorten ‏@sgorten 2m2 minutes ago
However Browar County Public Schools rep tells me investigation ongoing into academic eligibility of multiple players at Miramar

Watch out...

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 30, 2014 at 04:17 PM

Crazy. And not only might they have to vacate wins, but if they levy fines on em', they're looking at a fine of $2500...PER PLAYER!

Old Skool

Dude
The 76er's. The worst team in pro sports? Really.
I will gladly put up their last NBA championship against the Chicago Cubs last World Series championship and even spot you 50 years.

30CINCO

By the numbers: Doubting Miami's D?
By David M. Hale | ESPN.com

http://espn.go.com/blog/acc/post/_/id/76548/by-the-numbers-doubting-miamis-d

Ohio_Cane

^^^^ This paints a very different picture than the ones that fans are:

Comparing Miami's Run Defense

Team YPC vs. Miami YPC vs others

Louisville 4.21 4.67
Ark. State 2.98 6.07
Nebraska 6.35 6.43
Duke 3.62 6.16
Ga. Tech 5.09 6.60
Cincinnati 2.96 5.18
Va. Tech 4.90 4.48

SOUP

All Quiet On The Eastern Front?

HawaiiCane

Steve Gorten ‏@sgorten 2m2 minutes ago
However Browar County Public Schools rep tells me investigation ongoing into academic eligibility of multiple players at Miramar


Watch out...

... probably why Leeward Brown is no longer committed!

Dude on a Pale Horse

Dude
The 76er's. The worst team in pro sports? Really.
I will gladly put up their last NBA championship against the Chicago Cubs last World Series championship and even spot you 50 years.

Posted by: Old Skool | October 30, 2014 at 04:47 PM

Lol, not all time peeps, this year. As far as I know, the 76ers are the only team that is trying to lose games. Those Cubies got nothing on my Padres for suckiness.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Ohio_Cane
^^^^ This paints a very different picture than the ones that fans are:

Comparing Miami's Run Defense

Team YPC vs. Miami YPC vs others

Louisville 4.21 4.67
Ark. State 2.98 6.07
Nebraska 6.35 6.43
Duke 3.62 6.16
Ga. Tech 5.09 6.60
Cincinnati 2.96 5.18
Va. Tech 4.90 4.48

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 30, 2014 at 04:55 PM

Not really but you are entitled to interperat the stats however you want to.

Go Canes

@CanesWarningFS: Jordan Scarlett reassuring his commitment. #CanesFam RT“@Famousscarlett: No worries fans I still love the U 🙌 #CanesforLife”

Dude on a Pale Horse

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raizecane

looking forward to seeing some of you tomorrow.....Tsully, you best swing by for a bit...

Native - will you be making your presence known tomorrow as well??

Terrance Sullivan

Raize U know I am coming through. Y'all need to come visit me and KY in section 130. East End Zone Crew also.

Dude on a Pale Horse

raize's avatar game is on another planet.

Go Canes

Ohio after eight games I think unless you're completely blind, the defense bashing is dead in the water.

There have been zero inexplicable performances and if you're still saying anything with "500 yards, career day" or any of the rest of that rhetoric, you just aren't watching the games.

VA Cane

I know one thing after 8 games my guys are 8-0 #1 playoff seed. There are 5 undefeated teams in the playoffs, but we scored most and allowed least. We averaged 32.5 per game...257/8....pretty good. Defensively we pitched 3 shutouts gave up 73 all year...9.125 per game 32.5 vs 9.125 pretty damn good.....I am pleased. We have to win 3 to get to the big one....we will see. everyone is gunning for us, but I feel like we will prevail. We play sound, aggressive, fast, quick, low, hard, highly aggressive Apocalypse Now Football. Speed, Strength, Power, Quick, Hostile, Mobile, Agile....FUNDAMENTAL FOOTBALL. We never talk or say a word, we confidently and quietly inside think the sum of our parts are the best....its in our hearts and minds, never in our mouth or on our lips.

This is our time once again. The winds are up, temps dropping....the autumn wind is a Raider!!!!
I do hope for some cold and snow as we are ready to win 6 in 8 years. If so, I retire a man who has done his very best to lead his guys....who get all the credit as they do the work...to success in Life Family School then Football.

We put some new stuff in, some of the very complex parts of the 46....and we are lining up in the Dallas Flex.

PS first game they know we love the run....and a little bird told me our opponent is prepping hard for the run.

We are coming out first 20 plays in Read option spread and Wishbone.....in a no huddle....just to F*@k with them.....I want 3 TDs right off the bat!!

86Cane

Ohio after eight games I think unless you're completely blind, the defense bashing is dead in the water.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 30, 2014 at 06:44 PM

I wouldn't go that far, there were a few questionable games, Louisville, Nebraska and GT, but improvement has followed and IF we beat UNC tomorrow CONVICINGLY, then u can lay claim to that statement. People just choose to believe what they want to believe if it fits their hate/love agenda. That goes for BOTH sides too.

CaneRock

Let's not act like we beat the 98 VT team with Mike Vick now LMAO! And who are these more talented players that replaced anybody...

How long was Kirby ridin' the pine behind Gaines?

Heurtelou?...wasn't He on the team last season, if He was so talented, why couldn't He beat out Porter?

Crawford?...weren't ya'll raving about Him in the Spring?...whu happened?

Carter?...He can't beat out FENTRESS?! (Sorry WWIM LMAO)

Who did Chick replace?

Who did Pierre replace?

I don't see this talent replenishment that ya'll are talkin' about...SHOW ME!

86Cane

KNOCK, KNOCK.

Who's there?

SPECIAL TEAMS.

Special teams who?

U BETTER SCORE ON SPECIAL TEAMS TWICE TOMORROW OR I'M GONNA KNOCK YOUR LIGHTS OUT, THAT'S WHO!

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: Go Canes | October 30, 2014 at 06:44 PM

Yeah the D played so well in our 3 losses this year too, lol.

86Cane

SHOW ME!

Posted by: CaneRock | October 30, 2014 at 07:14 PM

#HatersGonnaHate

86Cane

The GT game bothers me most. UL and NE I can let go, but GT? Not so much.

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