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#PAGINGAMYDEEN

Posted by: CaneRock | December 23, 2014 at 02:25 PM

#PagingAmyDeen

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Probably the same reason you don't think bench press is that important but it's still done.

It's a measurement but not nearly as important as other skill sets.

Posted by: Go Canes | December 23, 2014 at 04:59 PM

True.

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Probably the same reason you don't think bench press is that important but it's still done.

It's a measurement but not nearly as important as other skill sets.

CaneRock

If 40 times aren't relevant to discussing DTs, then why do they time em'? A 10-20 yard split isn't the only thing you use to judge a D-Lineman's ability. There are D-Linemen that don't have elite takeoffs, but they're a load to handle once they lock up with ya' @$$...that Ledbetter kid that we were recruiting comes to mind.

1mg of Epi

The only team there I can imagine rooting for is Oregon. Hate Bama and OSU. Respect FSU but can't root for them.

Posted by: Go Canes | December 23, 2014 at 04:15 PM

Agree.
Isnt Dude an Oregon fan now? Ill pull for em, for Dudes sake.

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Ohio can you look into my phone still not working?

Go Canes

The only team there I can imagine rooting for is Oregon. Hate Bama and OSU. Respect FSU but can't root for them.

Ohio_Cane

Bama and Oregon. Easy.

Go Canes

I referenced them because they are three players spoken about in the article. Don't think 40 times are very relevant when discussing DTs

They all had very good to excellent success against the best high school competition around.

WWIN

Question???????

Who do we pull for to win in...

fsu vs. Oregon and Bama vs. osu?

SinisterCane

^^^^^^
Dline prospect

SinisterCane

Posted by: Go Canes | December 23, 2014 at 03:37 PM

Why limit DT prospect just to Dade and do really need to dig up the long list of DT Folden failed to recruit?

Go Canes

I thought Demetrius, Chad and Mike Smith were the consensus top d-linemen in Dade last year?

Aside from Valentine, who never would have gotten in.

CaneRock

It's like this staff is oblivious to what's going on around em'. Booker T & Miami Central have just won 6 SCs the last 3 years, and you know what those 2 schools have in common...GOOD TRACK TEAMS!

#PAGINGAMYDEEN

dj moonbat

And darrel langham 40 might be slow but as long as he can catch a ball im fine with it, everybody can't run in the 4.3's...

Posted by: UpNorthCane | December 23, 2014 at 12:14 PM


I was commenting more on the sadness of the weight room numbers than the 40 time. The man needs to lift some iron.

fran

1990 Sugar Bowl to be presented on ESPNCL @ 3PM today Alabama vs Miami
Fran in Debary

UpNorthCane27

I just think that not every single player has to be a burner, you need some possession tall type receivers who aren't that fast.

But in regards to team speed as a whole, i will never be happy with The U becoming slow, helllll nooo we need to be fast but like Canerock said these boys can be fast aggressive squat a freaking bus it doesn't matter they are still playing in this soft ass scheme.

CaneRock

What DAFUQ! does it matter how much a guy benches,squats, & cleans, if He's playing in a scheme that doesn't allow him to play fast...

SinisterCane

Question for the Space

We use to salivate over team speed and reading some of post here today it seems like we're lowering the standard once again. So does forty times matter anymore?

laquinton

The CANEZ are bigger but slow as hell

Posted by: SinisterCane | December 23, 2014 at 11:34 AM


I'm thinking the same thing

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UpNorthCane27

I agree Ohio, he would've been the perfect replacement for the canes, saw some videos of the guy and he has an attitude and edge to him.

Ohio_Cane

Narduzzi to Pitt... Thats a Homerun hire

Posted by: UpNorthCane | December 23, 2014 at 01:07 PM
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Yep. Sucks for us. Wish he was replacing Golden.

UpNorthCane27

Narduzzi to Pitt... Thats a Homerun hire

Ohio_Cane

Peter Ariz ‏@PeterAriz 7m7 minutes ago

Hearing that Miami has made a major move for Da'Vante Phillips. More in The Work later #Canes

Da U N Houston

Thanks for the article #J'Ville

Da U N Houston

Can't blame 40 times on recruiting or the coaches. These are SoFlo guys running slow 40 times, and they're young. But if you watch film they play fast!

And you can never blame the weight room for slow 40 times.

Ohio_Cane

Joe Schad ‏@schadjoe now5 seconds ago

Pat Narduzzi and Pitt are working to complete a deal. Narduzzi expected to become next head coach.

Ohio_Cane

This is pretty funny...

Happy Holidays from The U: http://www6.miami.edu/communications/ecards/pres_holiday_2014/DES_HolidayEblastCard.html

The Dude

Semester officially over. Cs are making my degree, lol. Time to get DRUNK!!!!

Ohio_Cane

4.75 40 time isn't fast, but it isn't slow for someone his size, either. He's 6'5. He also plays faster. Watch his HS HL's if you'd like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sLCzds5nIg

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And darrel langham 40 might be slow but as long as he can catch a ball im fine with it, everybody can't run in the 4.3's...

Plus remember that guys Lance "Duck away from everything butta fingers" leggett? well he was a burner

Ohio_Cane

40 times are virtually pointless for DL. What's their 5 and 10 yard splits are what I want to know.

Ohio_Cane

Man, Demetrius Jackson blew up. 250 now and was around 220 coming out of HS lol

thirstybuzzardcane


Those are some slow 40 times regardless of position. Yay big10 football

Posted by: Canezitis | December 23, 2014 at 11:23 AM

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I thought the same thing. McCray & Smith need to be in the 4.7 range not in the 4.9's. Hell, Hamilton runs around a 5 flat and he's a DT!

SinisterCane

It's going to hard to play fast when Golden molding south FL players into FATAZZ Pennsy slugs

SinisterCane

The CANEZ are bigger but slow as hell

CaneRock

I've always felt hand strength, was more important than the bench press, for the guys in the trenches.

Canezitis

Those are some slow 40 times regardless of position. Yay big10 football

The Dude

I have a few extra rifles 86. We armed like crazy in Idaho.

The Dude

I was in Ortona, FL for Andrew. Yeah find that one on the map. I remember 90 foot palm trees with their tops maybe 15 feet off the ground. Charlie wasn't a joke either.

dj moonbat

* Darrell Langham had a 275-pound squat, 264 power clean, 225 bench and 31.5 vertical. He weighed in at 216 pounds and ran the 40 in 4.75 seconds.


Well, that's just sad.

J'Ville Cane

Note that at each position there will be some weight room results listed. Those results are for fall "Iron Man" testing that took place after the Pittsburgh game. `Iron Man' is the term UM uses for players who were not on the travel squad that did four days of intensive weight room work per week during the season (compared to two per week for the rest of the team).

DEFENSIVE LINE

At defensive end Swasey says he's "very excited" about freshman Chad Thomas.

"Chad is finding himself in this (weight) room, is starting to understand the weights," Swasey said. "He's got a big, long frame. He put on a lot of weight real fast earlier. He came in at 240, got up to 255. Now he's honing in on finding a happy medium place.

"His goal weight is 260, meaning what we want him at for now (to work toward).He's doing real good, is getting a lot stronger. I'm excited, I'm excited about this whole young crop."

Swasey also said end Demetrius Jackson, who redshirted, has made big strides.

"He benefited from the Iron Man getting bigger, stronger, faster," Swasey said. "It's good because you have guys coming back like Quan Muhammad, a plethora of guys. Now I just have to get the young guys caught up - I'm excited about the challenge. We have some young guys we're looking to play early so we have to get after it."

True freshmen Courtel Jenkins and Anthony Moten got some reps at defensive tackle.

"I like Moten's talent - he already came in as a hard worker from St. Thomas," Swasey said. "Both of them are very talented, have some natural strength. They are developing, benefited from the program even though they were on the travel team - travel goes two days of workouts, non-travel lists four days of workouts. So the Iron Man gets a bigger uplift because of all the things we can do because they're not playing in the games."

Swasey also said of Jenkins slimming down from when he arrived "and with the eating system we have we can feed the guys more with the new training table. Courtel and all these guys are doing a good job."

* DT Jelani Hamilton tested at 455 in the squat, 264 in the power clean and 365 in the bench. He verticalled 29.5 inches, weighed 297 pounds and had a 5.03 40 time.

"Jelani, coming in with the knee injuries, now he's up to 455 (in squat), which is not where I want him, but I still have time to get him strong," Swasey said. "My goal is to get him close to the 500 range to be able to move that big frame of his. That's my main goal (for him).

"This (redshirt) was real great for Jelani, get them (the redshirted players) as strong as we can."

* DE Demetrius Jackson squatted 405 pounds, had a 242 power clean, 315 bench and weighed 250 pounds while running a 4.85 40.

* DT Earl Moore, who redshirted, had a 525 pound squat, 279-pound power clean, 415-pound bench and verticalled 24.5 inches. He weighed in at 306 pounds and ran the 40 in 5.48 seconds.

"Earl has gotten as strong as an ox," Swasey said.

LINEBACKER

Swaesy said freshmen Juwon Young and Darrion Owens "are both going to be great players. I'm talking about great jersey guys - what I mean by that is their jersey will be hanging up in stores. Because they play. I like their motor, they chase the ball, play hard and they're aggressive. To me that goes a long way. I like that."

Do they have anything in particular they need to improve?

"To me it's understanding the game, get good at the game, because they're on schedule with development (in the weight room)," Swasey said. "They're very strong."

Owens weighs 225 pounds; his goal weight is 233.

Young weighs 241 pounds; his goal weight was 240.

"He's already passed his goal weight; I feel real good about him," Swasey said.

* Terry McCray squatted 335 pounds, had a 210-pound power clean and 275-pound bench. He verticalled 28.5 inches, weighed 224 pound and ran the 40 in 4.97 seconds.

* Mike Smith had a 405-pound squat, 340-pound bench and 25.5-inch vertical. He weighed in at 223 pounds and had a 4.96 40 time.

DEFENSIVE BACK

Swasey said Rayshawn Jenkins is cleared to do weight room work and that "he'll really help us. He made a lot of plays last year and really did a good job for us. With him and (Deon) Bush, just imagine him and Deon back there with the corner play we've got. We've got a great secondary, a great group coming back."

* Ryan Mayes tested at 415 pounds in the squat, 264 in the power clean, 265 in the bench and 33.5 in vertical. He weighs 199 pounds and ran a 4.76 40.

* Swasey said Corn Elder "is definitely ahead of Mayes. He really has benefited from the (weight) room. He's up to about 199 now, a big corner. So we're looking real good in that department."

* Swasey watched the new U documentary and said "it's a very uplifting documentary to see. It inspired me, the guys - it inspired me because this is the guidelines of how things were laid out. I'm thankful to have been part of it, seen it from 1997 on from Butch (Davis) to now, the present. I feel very blessed and fortunate to be in the system and see it now work its way back around. One thing I think coach (Al Golden) is doing a great job at is recruiting. We have athletes we're bringing in and he's continuing to build the foundation. It's not like we're far off. I feel good about it. We have a quarterback in place and it's looking good."

So when will the U be back?

"It's close games, we just need to pull them out," Swasey said. "If we handled Florida State like we could have - we played in a tight game against Nebraska. I think we showcased it sometimes. But the key to me, honestly, is just developing depth. We're bringing them in, but you're noticing we had to play young guys, had to continue to put young guys in, freshmen. I have to get (Nick) Linder ready and all that. The day we get past that deal is the time that we'll be on our way back to where we don't have to be forced to play (freshmen)."

J'Ville Cane

Note that at each position there will be some weight room results listed. Those results are for fall "Iron Man" testing that took place after the Pittsburgh game. `Iron Man' is the term UM uses for players who were not on the travel squad that did four days of intensive weight room work per week during the season (compared to two per week for the rest of the team).

QUARTERBACK

* What does Swasey want to see from freshman Brad Kaaya as he transitions to his sophomore year?

"The main thing like with every phase is developing strength, power and lean mass - becoming quicker, faster and stronger," Swasey said. "As you can tell with him, he's lost a lot of body fat. He came in 232 and now he's down to 210, 215. But if you look at his play and his development, and he hasn't had a full off-season - the goal with him is increase overall body strength and core development, get him sharp and strong. We just want to make him more durable."

Swasey said Kaaya's goal weight is "in the 220s" with "good weight, good lean mass."

"Now we'll pad him up (after the bowl game)," Swasey said.

* Malik Rosier is next in line to be Brad Kaaya's backup after redshirting this season (Ryan Williams and Jake Heaps graduate). Rosier had a 390-pound squat, 264-pound power clean, 29.5-inch vertical and weighed 208 pounds while running the 40 in 4.8 seconds. Rosier will compete in spring football while also playing baseball, according to coach James Coley.

As a QB who is also a threat to run the ball, Swasey said with Rosier "The main thing is not to ignore their talent. We have a great system and one thing we try to develop the actual body genetic of an athlete. What I mean by that is if you're an explosive player we want you to be explosive. An explosive quarterback - if you're explosive it helps everybody."

Swasey said Rosier's goal weight for the spring is 212 pounds.

"He's got real good size," Swasey said.

* Gray Crow is the other QB on the returning roster, moving back from tight end this season. He had a 380-pound squat, 252-pound power clean, 305-pound bench and 25 inch vertical. He weighed in at 230 pounds and ran the 40 in 5.2 seconds.

RUNNING BACK

* Asked what he wants to see from Gus Edwards, Trayone Gray and Joe Yearby moving forward, Swasey said, "Always increase - like if you look at Duke (Johnson's) body mass from when he was a freshman to now and look how much more durable, faster he is - to me you always want to have a lean, powerful, bigger size compatible to their body structure.

"I want to get Yearby up to 195, 200 range (from 185 now). Put on good lean mass gradually and put on strength, because he has gotten stronger. Just increase his first step, acceleration and now we're not worried about him getting caught from behind."

Of Edwards, Swasey said, "He's perfect at 235. He's where he should be. We just continue to have him eat right and keep him there."

Swasey said Gray, who was out of shape when he arrived in the fall, "is looking real good right now, a good body frame. He's at 213 now - what changed more on him is body composition, body fat. I feel real good about our young crop and how their bodies have transformed."

Swasey said the goal body fat percentage for running backs is 8-13%.

WIDE RECEIVER

Swasey points to Rashawn Scott, Braxton Berrios and Tyre Brady as "very hard workers. ... Berrios coming off that knee (injury) couldn't do as much, now he's coming back. He back squatted 385 from 365 (when he arrived), so I'm excited about training their legs, because their legs is everything, but yet pad up everybody and keep them overall strong."

Swasey added "The future really looks bright. We continue with guys that really love to train, especially at the receiver spot. They love weights, love working out."

* Darrell Langham had a 275-pound squat, 264 power clean, 225 bench and 31.5 vertical. He weighed in at 216 pounds and ran the 40 in 4.75 seconds.

* Rashawn Scott, a medical redshirt, tested in the bench (275), had a 31.5 vertical, weighed 203 pounds and ran a 4.76 40.

TIGHT END

With Clive Walford leaving, Swasey said he's impressed with Chris Herndon and Stan Dobard.

"We do have a stable of guys doing pretty good," Swasey said. "Herndon is 308 (power clean), very strong. He back squatted 415. He's an animal, man, he's doing real well."

Swasey says given their talent along with David Njoku it "could be tight end by committee. The spring will be very competitive."

Njoku had a 415-pound squat, 252-pound power clean, 295-pound bench and 34.5-inch vertical. He weighed in at 235 pounds and ran the 40 in 4.8 seconds.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Swasey said of the youngsters that "We found out Nick (Linder) can play, found out Trevor Darling can play, knew KC (McDermott) can play. These guys have got game experience, now it's on me to get them bigger, stronger and faster so they can hold the point (of attack). For them to play in the interior it's all about strength and power. We really have to get these guys in the weight room and start to get them stronger."

Does it set the freshmen linemen back at all not being able to do extra weight room work in Year 1 since they were not redshirting?

"Well I look at the positive - at the end of the day the goal is to get them to be great players on the field," Swasey said. "And they got game experience. Now it entices and motivates their offseason even more because they have had the playing time, understand that now they had experience. Now all we have to do - I'd rather put it on me in that respect. Put it on me and let me go from there because at least I know what they can do now. I can always use that as a tool for motivation."

* Taylor Gadbois tested at 415 pounds in the bench (he missed much of the year with injury).

* Tyler Grimsley had a 455-pound squat, 330-pound power clean, 390-pound bench , 21.5-inch vertical and weighed in at 280 pounds.

Da U N Houston

Anyone has the rivals article with Swasey's interview on players strength results?

CaneRock


That's right we need propane tanks for cooking and gas cans for storing fuel too.

Posted by: 86Cane | December 23, 2014 at 09:52 AM

I went to get a gas can the other day, and I was amazed at how expensive those things have gotten...13 bucks for a 2 GALLON GAS CAN?! Those things are worth more than the gas you put in em'!

86Cane

I was living in the Fountainblue area of Miami during Andrew but I rode the storm out in Oakland Park at the crisis shelter for teens I ran at the time. I had family in Kendall near MDCC South Campus and I was making runs of water and ice and propane from FLL to Kendall twice a week.

360Cane

Sorry Butch but we're Golden. []_[]

86Cane

That's right we need propane tanks for cooking and gas cans for storing fuel too.

TonyCane

I missed Andrew on campus and stayed up in Coral Springs. My friends said that Hecht was actually swaying during the storm. I give the cafeteria workers at UM huge, huge credit...they were there the next day to serve the students. It was only salad, but still!

86Cane

Lol, good deal O_C. Let's establish an early warning perimeter around the canespace compound. If SHTF, canespace will go on.

Posted by: The Dude | December 23, 2014 at 09:15 AM

Bug out spot: Mountains of Idaho
Food supplies: OhioCane
Guns: OhioCane
Water: 86Cane

Who got next?

CaneRock

I remember when Andrew hit... charcoal,water,ice,cooking fuel,gasoline, & non-perishables were worth more than gold!

dj moonbat

I never understood how a fight within the context of a sporting event didn't have charges.

Posted by: The Dude | December 23, 2014 at 09:35 AM


They certainly never taught us a "sporting event exemption" in Crim Law.

The Dude

I never understood how a fight within the context of a sporting event didn't have charges.

CaneRock

Ohio_Cane...I know you don't have a problem, all that corn ya'll got up there LMAO!

dj moonbat

I'll tell U what, if #12 for BYU isn't kicked off the football team, something's wrong. I'm sure there's lots that went on we couldn't see on TV, but watch this b!tch move at 1:05. Only a pu$$y will cheap shot someone like this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zvPn8cUMdY#t=68

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | December 23, 2014 at 09:12 AM


He should be facing charges for battery.

BTW, people nowadays always talk about the FIU brawl, but back in the day, the 'Canes had a huge full-team brawl with Colorado that my booze-addled memory tells me was even crazier. Maybe just because that was a competitive football game, though.

Ohio_Cane

So now ya'll believe in global warming...LMAO!

Posted by: CaneRock | December 23, 2014 at 09:17 AM
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Yep. And Santa Claus. U got a problem with it? I got the guns to deal with it...

LOL

CaneRock

So now ya'll believe in global warming...LMAO!

The Dude

Lol, good deal O_C. Let's establish an early warning perimeter around the canespace compound. If SHTF, canespace will go on.

Ohio_Cane

I'll tell U what, if #12 for BYU isn't kicked off the football team, something's wrong. I'm sure there's lots that went on we couldn't see on TV, but watch this b!tch move at 1:05. Only a pu$$y will cheap shot someone like this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zvPn8cUMdY#t=68

Ohio_Cane

TD, I've got the guns and food, brotha! Lol

SinisterCane

Blake take Donna's balls out of your mouth and hire Butch

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Still blocked on my phone.

Off to start the grind.

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Same here in Idaho O_C. Unseasonably warm, all the snow melted of the mountains. Own property where you can and save up some water just in case. store up some food too. The world is ending! For real this blog will have to be our bug out group. Where Are we going? Who's got guns, who's got food, who's got the Emjay. What the bug out location group?

1mg of Epi

That sound about right SJ

SJMPARMAN

I have been thinking about this alot lately, not sure why, but how do you introduce the process at UM. I mean, do you convene a meeting and announce, look, I know you guys are used to winning and all but we have this process that works even better than winning. If you trust the process, we may even lead for a half. But the process is something you have to go through. Sometimes you lose because you need to lose even if you should win the game. Each loss offers an opportunity to win again one day.

I got a question coach? Ok. How long does the process take? As long as I am the coach...

BEERicane

We can synthesize food

1mg of Epi

Feeding the hungry? Why would we worry about that when we've got bureaucracies to maintain, banks, mortgage and insurance companies to subsidize and bigger warships to build.

86Cane

Canes MBB loses to Providence by 12, or was it 14, well they lost that's the point.

Ohio_Cane

It's 53 degrees today in Ohio and it's only snowed once this winter. Global warming is real, folks. Lol

86Cane

Global Warming

Coastal Flooding

Food Shortage

Water Shortage

Oh yeah, and Merry Christmas!

86Cane

And U are worried about UM sports?

The world has a massive food crisis on its hands. The crisis is so big that organizations like the World Bank and the United Nations say there won’t be enough food to feed the global population when it jumps from the current seven billion people to nine billion by 2050.

Some research even suggests a food scarcity crunch as early as 2030 – just 15 years from now.

The reasons? Severe weather events like droughts and floods, economic hardships, and political unrest in underdeveloped countries, as well as agribusiness expansion.

While many experts say that producing more food will make the crisis go away, others contend it’s not that simple.

“To address food security, we need a shift in the way we address poverty and inequality in the world,” Stephen Scanlan, a professor of sociology at Ohio University. “There should be a reframing of food as a fundamental human right in a way that governments actually stand by.”

1mg of Epi

At least we can be sure that if North Dakota state sends a tweet, we'll know!

86Cane

Still blocked. It's the same IP address that emailed you today when I noticed it wasn't working.

Posted by: Go Canes | December 22, 2014 at 08:54 PM

It should not be. I made sure it was cleared. Maybe it takes 24 hours???

I never got an email from you?

canespace86@aol.com

1mg of Epi

1) cause he's not Al Golden

WWIN

1. Probably the only guy who might make the 2015 recruiting class better instead of worse.

Posted by: dj moonbat | December 22, 2014 at 10:07 PM

Good reason!

dj moonbat

Reasons why UM should hire Butch Davis back IF the job opens up.........

Posted by: WWIM | December 22, 2014 at 09:56 PM


1. Probably the only guy who might make the 2015 recruiting class better instead of worse.

WWIN

Reasons why UM should hire Butch Davis back IF the job opens up.........

TonyCane

Agreed, Navy. I want to see Joe Theisman call for them to cancel their seasons, just as he did with Miami in 2006.

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Still not working. Will try again tomorrow.

SinisterCane

Golden is softer than baby sh!t

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Go Canes

Still blocked. It's the same IP address that emailed you today when I noticed it wasn't working.

Go Canes

Will do, thanks.

86Cane

Go it should not be, I'll check again. Turn if off and on again and clear your browsers history and try again?

86Cane

Your post was hysterical. No banned blogger was ever treated so good. Lol. 86 you crack me up chief.

Posted by: The Dude | December 22, 2014 at 07:50 PM

Yeah, well, none of us are perfect. Except for CGNC now known as CGWPB. She fine!

Go Canes

Soup my phone is blocked still. Just an fyi.

BEERicane

Beer.... While the response may or may not have answered te question... There was at least a response

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 22, 2014 at 08:23 PM

Agreed. Debate requires discourse.

CaneRock

I remember that Hawaii vs Houston brawl some years ago...lesson? never run up on a pack of Polynesians solo.

1mg of Epi

Beer.... While the response may or may not have answered te question... There was at least a response

BEERicane

Debates require questions to be answered.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 22, 2014 at 07:48 PM

Since when does a candidate ever answer any question in presidential debates?

WWIN

Debates require questions to be answered.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 22, 2014 at 07:48 PM

I know right? Lol

But but he claims to love a good debate! Lol

NavyCane4Life

That brawl today was a lot bigger and worse than the brawl between Miami and FIU back in the day. But, nobody will talk about it. Only Miami gets beat like a dead horse.

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