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November 15, 2014



@Manny_Navarro: Scout told me today there might not be a more improved team in the country from Week 1 to now than the #Hurricanes Kaaya big reason

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 10:47 AM

We're not losing again this season. Vault it.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 01:01 PM

I am with you GC and OC. This is an improved team. There is some coaching and player development going on in Coral Gables. Canes will run the table the rest of the season!


I woke in a parallel universe.

I find myself agreeing with posts from CR, Coc, Dude, and Sarasota.

No excuses. Tough tough loss and I'm still recovering. I thought that last drive was going one for the ages, until the int thrown into coverage.

Nonetheless, despite not winning a game we should/could have won, this is a different team.

Golden must now finish strong and keep everyone focused. Three games to be played, one at a time.

Go Canes

Was talking with a buddy of mine about this earlier tonight. Seen every team we faced this season play multiple times and can only draw one conclusion.

If Winston goes this year, which he will, I can't think of a single opponent we won't be favored against next year.

I've obviously supported this staff getting until next year to get their players, build depth and start winning again.

Anything worse than an undefeated coastal season and an ACC championship birth and all bets are off for me.

Go Canes

Hope he's a good follow.

@mattyports: Official: @raylewis is now tweeting among us.




Whoever said Jalen Ramsey loved UM, I think you're mistaken. He was committed to USC and flipped to FSU. I don't think we were even in his top 5.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 04:41 PM

I said it. He from Nashville, so I know for a FACT! I even told you in a email if you go back and look. We didn't recruit him!

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