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February 10, 2015

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Go Canes

@BradleyKaaya: No matter how many schools pass on you just know all you need is one opportunity

SinisterCane

Not directed at Go Canes

I wish the players would just STFU and do their talking on the field since they played a big role from the past 6-7 season

#bout to eat at the training table

#building champions

Go Canes

@mattyports: Injuries aren't the only thing keeping Rashawn Scott's production down, Kevin Beard says: http://t.co/DyKp3E2p7W http://t.co/2bn9g1DgcZ

Sinistercane

### After replacing two NFL-bound assistants, UM coach Al Golden quietly continues to tinker with his staff.
Former UM defensive end Kareem Brown will remain a graduate assistant but will assume duties of coaching outside linebackers. Linebackers coach Hurlie Brown, a former safety at UM, now will focus on inside linebackers. Beyond that, UM said publicly Thursday that no further staff changes are planned.
### Regarding UM’s 21-player recruiting class that featured only seven prospects from South Florida, former coach Howard Schnellenberger said this past week that the goal should be having 75 percent of the class from South Florida: “I would think [Golden] would want more than seven,” he said. (Golden said he had to look elsewhere for offensive linemen this year, but he missed out on a lot of the tri-county region's top players at other positions.)
Schnellenberger, who is a Golden supporter, said it’s “absolutely” still realistic to expect UM to build a proverbial wall around South Florida.
“There are so many skill people down here,” he said, “and every recruit you bring in will help with attendance because people in the players’ sphere of influence will come to the game.”
###

Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2015/02/the-post-lebron-impact-on-heat-incumbents-dolphins-more-canes-staff-changes-marlins-news.html#storylink=cpy

Sinistercane

So Jefro and Carroll are the reason the CANEZ went 6-7 lol

The Dude

Posted by: SinisterCane | February 13, 2015 at 11:52 AM

They act like they didn't just go 6-7. Maybe that's a good thing though?

WWIN

@mattyports: Who can fix Stacy Coley?

Posted by: Go Canes | February 13, 2015 at 06:12 AM

Me! Just keep throwing him the ball and I don't mean bubble screens! How can you expect a WR to produce when he's only targeted 3 times a game and 2 of those are bubble screens???

SinisterCane

Posted by: WWIN | February 13, 2015 at 01:11 PM

Coley needs space, that's why he see so many bubble screens, He can't beat press coverage

WWIN

^^^^^^ He didn't have that problem as a freshman

30CINCO

"The Riser"
Published: Feb. 10, 2015 at 9:40 a.m.
Clive Walford remembers the exact moment he realized he could play in the NFL.

"I'll never forget it," the Miami tight end tells College Football 24/7. "We played at Kansas State. I caught a 5-yard route and took it for 56 yards. I knew I could do big things then."

http://www.nfl.com/labs/rr/pathtothedraft/walford

RCCF

I honestly Dislike Golden the more I read he is justca Stubborn SOB who doesnt have a Winning Pedigree..

SinisterCane

Faildon's defensive scheme reminds me of EA sports Madden football dime Hail Mary prevent play

30CINCO

New UM receivers coach Kevin Beard talks Rashawn Scott, Braxton Berrios, Herb Waters

February 13, 2015 | Filed in: 2015 spring, Football, Matt Porter.

Curing what ails Stacy Coley will be a major focus for new receivers coach Kevin Beard.

Among his other tasks: coaxing production from Rashawn Scott, taking Braxton Berrios to a higher level and keeping Herb Waters happy.

The Hurricanes get a final year out of Scott, which means the promising senior will have a chance to realize his considerable potential. Scott, who recorded 512 yards and three touchdowns on 35 grabs as a sophomore in 2012, was a non-factor in 2013 (collarbone injury, suspended for bowl game). Last August, he suffered a shoulder/collarbone injury that forced him to redshirt.

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/02/13/new-um-receivers-coach-kevin-beard-talks-rashawn-scott-braxton-berrios-herb-waters/

VA Cane

Who can fix Stacy Coley?

The guy has incredible talent and speed....he has the potential to be a great one...no doubt. I can see his problem; he despises contact. Now nobody wants to take hits, but he has started to shy away from them. He needs a little more muscle, and a attitude of I will show you a tough guy. He had a poor showing last year....did he play for UM?!!! The hit in the Louisville game defined his season ....nowhere to be found.

Great speed hands talent moves.....get tough young man its a hitting game...you can be a difference maker!!!!!

VA Cane

Coley needs space....

tough up young man, create space blow by people get him in space with that speed....and get TOUGH MFer!!!!!!

WWIN

^^^^^^ Is Golden tough??? Lol

SinisterCane

Posted by: VA Cane | February 13, 2015 at 02:54 PM

The hit in the Louisville game defined his season ....nowhere to be found

That's why LOL when folks thinks Stacy gonna blowup in 2016 when Louisville took his manhood. Stacy is a finesse slot receiver

Terrance Sullivan

Too Funny some bloggers only complain about the defensive schemes but so quite you can hear a ratt piss on cotton about our offensive schemes. I am just sitting back sipping tea. As long as U are from Miami don't matter how much U suck at a job bloggers won't complain they will just put all blame on the outsider's. Dang I should be James Coley where Miami Canes fans give U a full scholarship and no blame just because U were born in the 305. Pure comedy.

WWIN

Was Coley soft as a freshman???

SinisterCane

Mario said Hi

Herbieibis

At least we now have wr coach coaching receivers, instead of a te coach. To bad he didn't get rid of Williams and deno, then maybe we could really move forward.

Go Canes

@NashSports: 2016 Dwyer (Fla.) WR and Louisville commit Isaiah Johnson has been offered by Miami. #Canes

1mg of Epi

Terrance... If you were a football coach and your team had a suspect D, your offensive gameplan would look like what Coley trotted out last year. The check-with-me, over reliance on a running game and bubble screens etc. Coley is trying to slow the game down, playing defense with his offense.

I know an argument can be made that we were feeding the ball to an all-time back in Duke, but there were equally talented big play receivers who weren't used correctly downfield.

The bottom line... I don't think the offensive problems are lost on anybody, but it was clearly called in an effort to protect the D. Also, Coley is a second year play caller, while Dno has been running that system forever

Herbieibis

Once coley hurt his shoulder he never was the same. Goldie should of gave him time to heal but instead he played in pain and didn't like getting hit.
I don't think Goldie truly wants anyone on his staff that's a threat to his job. We need recruiters on this staff but more than anything we need to win consistently to give these under achiever recruiters some ammo to sell recruits.

CaneRock

I think we get 1 or 2 more commits for 2015...per ESPN, there's still quite a few uncommitted kids with offers out there:

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/school/_/id/2390/class/2015/page/considering

CaneRock

Terrance...I don't recall anybody saying anything about the defense today. And I don't remember anybody giving Coley a pass because He's a 305er.

And stop acting like it's all peaches & cream with you & the defense. "THEY WILL CONVERT!"...remember that?...LMAO!

CaneRock

Posted by: CaneRock | February 13, 2015 at 04:34 PM

Looking at this list, somebody's keeping that Malachi Felder kid under wraps. I can't find any HUDL & YT highlights for em'.

VA Cane

T Sully,
I am a coach and notice all. I noted all year the OL was chubby, slow speedwise and not quick movewise, did not pick their feet up but did the 3/4 quualude shuffle, did not pull or drive bock consistently, and pass blocking was also inconsistent. Dumbasses hold and jump offside like sandlot kids...not smart at all! Duke had a good year, but fumbles too much because he carries the ball like a loaf of bread. TE was good, WR do not block drop too many balls. They sucked as much as the D....that's why you had 4 real wins and beat up 2 little girl schools. My team is more aggressive, talented, disciplined, skilled, and miles ahead regarding fundamentals!....I win 98% of my games and am far superior a coach than AlPa. Said it all year cause it is FACT! We suck on O D and ST....I said it all year since 2003! Again its fact I have opined on since 03!
VAC

CaneRock


I am a coach and notice all. I noted all year the OL was chubby, slow speedwise and not quick movewise, did not pick their feet up but did the 3/4 quualude shuffle, did not pull or drive bock consistently, and pass blocking was also inconsistent. Dumbasses hold and jump offside like sandlot kids...not smart at all!

Posted by: VA Cane | February 13, 2015 at 04:59 PM

I agree. The Stoutland coached O-Lines seemed more mobile,agile, & hostile.

Terrance Sullivan

Well said VA.

Go Canes

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | February 13, 2015 at 04:17 PM

Go Canes

@CanesWarningFS: There it is RT“@CoachColey: #Welcome2theU”

Go Canes

@Coach_Baez: Just planted another flag in
O[]_[]R State
#Welcome2theU http://t.co/ZbIF2d5dwM

CaneRock

I'll tell ya'll what...if I didn't go with my wife to buy Her new car, She would've got ROBBED! These sheisty @$$ car salesmen really do try to get over on women.

VA Cane

Thanks T Sully, my point is we have to get better all over the place....O,D, ST.....all were to blame for 6-7. We can do better I know we can.....we just have to really want to.....my biggest killer since 2003....APATHY.....nobody....Prez, AD, Coaches, players....ball boys...just do not have that burning desire to win.....that controlled rage that drives you to want to blast somebody every play.....thats all I knew, thats all my kids know hitting dominance fundamentals punishment....wanting to win as a TEAM.....I just want to win at all I do.....I hurt inside if I don't. Maybe thats wrong for some....not me Got To Win.

We need a makeover we have to come out of the dressing room destroying all in our path....WIN!!!!

I want UM to win....it really matters!!!!!

KYcane

but did the 3/4 quualude shuffle

Posted by: VA Cane | February 13, 2015 at 04:59 PM

VA, now there is a reference I haven't heard in years.

Good one

Maybe they from the 714 instead of the 305?

VA Cane

Yes KY yes the old 714 Roher variety!!!!!!!

KYcane

I smile ever time I drive Martin Highway to one of our projects. FL Hwy 714

Go Canes

@OS_Recruiting: Evan Hinson's father confirms the Deltona tight end/shooting guard has committed to Miami #TheU ; story soon ... He'll try two sports

VA Cane

KY
We are some old school cats.....we knew they were real if you could bounce them high off the floor...bootlegger ripoffs made them from flour....and they did not bounce. The first were made by Roher....later they were Lemon.....remember when there were the big 714....and fuzzy memory recalls a 514 by Roher....Lol KY....you made my day!

KYcane

Old school guys,

High Mileage,

Low Maintenance (except Soup sometimes)

Cane Since 1982

Its baseball time

Opening night

The U against Rutgers

Andrew Suarez on the mound for the Canes after turning down a 2nd round draft pick by the Washington Nationals for just under a cool million dollars.

Go Canes

Wow, Canes recruiting is en fuego!!!

@mattyports: Homestead-South Dade 2016 CB James Wiggins commits to Miami. http://t.co/RBJF9kQUpt

Cane Since 1982

Top 1

1st Batter: Infield single to 3rd
(picked off at 1st)
2nd Batter: Ground out to short
3rd Batter: Ground out to short

Cane Since 1982

Bottom 1 (0,0)

Carl Chester: Ground out to right
Ricky Eusebio: Triple off the left field wall
Zack Collins: Walk
David Thompson: strike out
Willie Abreu: Error on short. Eusebio scores. Runners at 1st and 2nd

1-0 Canes

Cane Since 1982

Bottom 1: 1-0 Canes (runners at 1st and 2nd; 2 outs)

Garret Kennedy: Ground out to 3rd

1-0 Canes

Cane Since 1982

Top 2 (1-0 Canes)

1st Batter: Infield single off the pitchers leg
2nd Batter: Double play 6-4-3
3rd Batter: home run
4th Batter: Fly out to right

Terrance Sullivan

Exactly VA that's my point we have to improve in all phases to get back to the top. I love that statement about old school guys. So true.

Go Canes

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Cane Since 1982

Bottom 2: (1,1)

George Iskenderian: Walk
Johnny Ruiz: strike out
Christopher Barr: Pop single to center (runners at 1st and 2nd)
Carl Chester: double play 5-4

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