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October 20, 2015

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Go Canes

Don't know don't care.

Just glad we have them both!

Go Canes

And by the way, that's back to back baby firsts!

Go Canes!! Beat Clemson!

86Cane

This is set up for an EPIC battle between CaneRock (agent for Burns) and WWIN (agent for Elder). Somewhere Drew Rosenhause is LOL!

raizecane

Damn you Go Canes....you no sleeping fool

raizecane

86......If you have not played Red Tail in Sorrento yet, you need to add it to your list of courses to play.

Lurker

What about Pliny the Elder?

86Cane

BTW...In case U missed it, this was legacy #7 that everybody missed from the other day:

http://www.hurricanesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=210188820&DB_OEM_ID=28700

Gary Dunn (born August 24, 1953) is a former professional football player American football defensive tackle for 12 seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Dunn was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1976 following a stellar career at the University of Miami. He was a mainstay on the vaunted Steelers' defense for 12 seasons, serving as team captain four years. The two-time Super Bowl champion is ranked ninth in the Steelers' all-time sacks list, having taken down such legendary Hall of Fame quarterbacks as Joe Namath, Bob Griese and Jim Kelly.

Personal
Dunn and his wife, Caron, live in Tavernier, Florida with their two children, Iris and Eddie. They own Oceanview Inn & Pub in Islamorada, Florida.

Go Canes

I think after this season Burns goes and Corn stays for whatever that's worth.

86Cane

86......If you have not played Red Tail in Sorrento yet, you need to add it to your list of courses to play.

Posted by: raizecane | October 20, 2015 at 11:20 PM

Funny U should mention that course in Sorrento. I just got a listing in Sorrento minutes from Red Tail:

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/32603-Windy-Oak-St_Sorrento_FL_32776_M63179-29292

86Cane

Regarding Dunn...U gotta know your Canes baby. Well that and the Florida Keys!

Go Canes

Posted by: raizecane | October 20, 2015 at 11:18 PM

Better not post a new blog at 6 a.m. either or I'll be all over that one too!

Go Canes

We usually rent in Key Largo for the month of July and bring the boat down.

Nothing better than going to the OV by water and letting the kids swim in the pool while the grown ups swim in some cocktails.

Knew two ex-football players owned it, had no idea one of them was Dunn.

86Cane

Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 – August 25, AD 79), better known as Pliny the Elder, was a Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher, as well as naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire and personal friend of the emperor Vespasian.

Spending most of his spare time studying, writing or investigating natural and geographic phenomena in the field, he wrote an encyclopedic work, Naturalis Historia, which became a model for all other encyclopedias.

Pliny the Younger, his nephew, wrote of him in a letter to the historian Tacitus:

For my part I deem those blessed to whom, by favour of the gods, it has been granted either to do what is worth writing of, or to write what is worth reading; above measure blessed those on whom both gifts have been conferred. In the latter number will be my uncle, by virtue of his own and of your compositions.[1]

86Cane

U only get this stuff on Canespace!

Terrance Sullivan

Canesspace Rules! That is All!

DallasTX Cane

Ahh, Roman history. Love it. Pliny the Elder died during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79AD. impressive young SOUP-san

Lurker

Strength and honor

Dude on a Pale Horse

TS,

Get well soon. I'm getting beat up too.

Dude on a Pale Horse

And Vespasian built the Colliseum in Rome.

Terrance Sullivan

Thank You the Dude. Hope you feel better soon as well.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Good article 86. It makes you wonder, with 2 shutdown corners, why doesn't Miami press more and come at the QB more with their awesome DE talent? I guess we know the answer why though.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: DallasTX Cane | October 21, 2015 at 12:04 AM

Pliny the Younger survived the eruption.

DallasTX Cane

Hope both of U recover by game day!

USAFCane

Along the lines of what Soup said about how poor Canes look during games in comparison to everyone else.

I've watched a lot of Baylor and TCU and their offenses are evidently unstoppable despite everyone knowing what is coming. Meanwhile the Canes seem pedestrian and very stoppable in comparison. Obviously Miami isn't the only program they've outperformed but it the only one I care about. Looking at their respective recruiting over the last few years:

How can they be so much better?

Why doesn't Miami have an O that beats down an opponent like theirs?

Is it as easy as coaching?

Recruiting (ESPN)

15 - Canes 23, Baylor 32, TCU 37
14 - Canes 10, Baylor 22, TCU 43
13 - Canes 15, Baylor 28, TCU 49
12 - Canes 8, neither Baylor nor TCU in top 25

Experts, any thoughts because I don't get it.

360Cane

That's easy USAFCane...

COACHING!!! And using I need 85 scholarship players as an excuse and rivals not threatening recruits with death penalties and what not.

I've gotten married and have had two kids and the Canes still have not won the Coastal during all that.

I can't celebrate wins anymore because they're crappy wins. Nebraska? VT? FAU? B-C? Who are they?

Sad being []_[].

360Cane

But there's still hope we upset Clemson. And the ones who think that, I want to know, where in the world do you cone up with this stuff after watching our product for 5 years and watching the team he left doing way better than the team he's at. He sucks making us suck and the BOTs idea of diamonds in the rough only happen, what? Once in every lifetime...

360Cane

[]_[]r backyard, kids come to practice since it's 15-30 minutes from their high school. We can have unlimited amounts of unofficial visits. Our coaches don't have to fly anywhere. There is absolutely no reason for us to suck this bad. None.

Someone simply does not know how to run a modern football program and that's obviously []_[]. Like seriously. Think about it. Give me just one solid excuse I can't nuke. There is none because we are what the people running the show want us to be. Show me where they want championships? Heck, we lucked out because our bball coach wanted to retire to warmer weather...lol

CaneRock


CR I didn't play at MDCC. I played after I transferred.

But to answer I went to Dade 83-84.

Don't know the name of the park anymore. It was a matchbox gym just north of 163rd St and maybe NE 2nd Ave? They had a great run on Monday nights, then we'd hit a bar and watch Big Monday on
ESPN.

That was back when college ball was the chit.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 20, 2015 at 06:54 PM

NICE!

You got there after my cousin left then. His name was Yvon Joseph, He went on to play at GT for Bobby Cremins, played on those teams with John Salley & Mark Price. Got drafted by the Nets, but tendinitis in the knees cut His career short.

As far as pick-up ball, we used to play at Victory Park by 163rd St. Mall, sounds like the same place you played.

And you're right, CBB was the chit back then, hell, even WBB used to get good ratings.

360Cane

Other than all that though, life is GREAT!!! Business is booming, wife and I are coaching our son's Tball, and we travel down to Miami on Saturdays to visit family at this strange tailgating event where it seems we go watch this private university try to compete with a pop warner coach.

Oh and our 4-6 year olds are hitting live pitched. Bump the T. #CoachingMatters...right VA Cane? ;-)

Ah my morning []_[] rant. Now I can focus on what really matters today. Thank you. Have a great one peeps! Love to all!!!

GoldenHomer

As far as pick-up ball, we used to play at Victory Park by 163rd St. Mall, sounds like the same place you played.

And you're right, CBB was the chit back then, hell, even WBB used to get good ratings.

Posted by: CaneRock | October 21, 2015 at 07:07 AM

Victory Park is where I learned to play basketball as a kid, but if Go Canes said 2nd ave, I think he is thinking of Uleta or Oleta park.

Go Canes

Remember Joseph clearly CR.

Back them MDCC was THE JUCO program. Believe me I'd have loved to play for them but I wasn't nearly good enough.

Great times back then playing and watching b-ball locally.

30CINCO

Inspired by late Sean Taylor, UM cornerback Artie Burns becoming consistent playmaker

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article40545840.html#storylink=cpy

BigWindyCane1

I agree with Go Canes. If Burns and elder both continue to play the way they have so far this season, Burns will be a high draft pick and enter the NFL draft. Burns has all the tools and measurables that NFL scouts druel over, and now he has the production to go with it

Go Canes

Don't quote me on 2nd Ave GH. Victory rang a bell the moment someone mentioned it.

That was 30 years ago.

Damn.

GoldenHomer

Victory Park back then was beside/behind Victory Pool a huge community pool with multiple level diving platforms. I played ball there for years as a kid. Even played rec ball for NMB under Mr. Marve, a great man.

GoldenHomer

The way CB's have been drafted the last few years, Burns could definitely sneak into the first or second round. I couldn't believe some of the DB's taken in the first round last year.

86Cane

But there's still hope we upset Clemson. And the ones who think that, I want to know, where in the world do you cone up with this stuff after watching our product for 5 years and watching the team he left doing way better than the team he's at.

Posted by: 360Cane | October 21, 2015 at 07:01 AM

The fact is any team can beat any team on any given Saturday. There are numerous examples to refer to but you all know that HUGE upsets in college football happen every week. And this is only Miami vs Clemson, not like Michigan vs Appalachian State.

As everyone knows, turnovers, special teams and refereeing can all play a MAJOR role. U know the refs will all be for Clemson because of their hate for all things U, so then turnovers and special teams and Kaaya and his OLine will have to shine for the Canes to win.

CaneRock


Even played rec ball for NMB under Mr. Marve, a great man.

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 21, 2015 at 08:27 AM

Mr. Marve...that name sounds familiar.

WWIN

Posted by: 86Cane | October 20, 2015 at 11:18 PM

Screw you 86!!! Tryna put horsemen against each other... I seen thru that tactic... even Golden can scheme better than that! Lol

Now set up a debate between me and either Go Canes, Lur-ker, or 30!!!

WWIN

Tsully.... you might fool everybody else but not me... you ain't sick! You got a chick flying in for the weekend... I know ya!!!

Don't nobody call in sick on a TUESDAY for the weekend! Lol

GoldenHomer

Mr. Marve...that name sounds familiar.

Posted by: CaneRock | October 21, 2015 at 08:31 AM

He was the rec ball coach for North Miami Beach in the early 90's when I played. Then he was an old black dude with white-ish hair. Looked out for us. Had a team for of neighborhood trouble makers whos parents couldn't afford the $50 fee the city charged. He would buy boxes of candy wholesale and let us sell them to raise money. He made sure to bring out uniforms home and wash them since most of use didnt have a washer at home. Really good man, helped a lot of kids.

Go Canes

@ChristyChirinos: AM RT: Miami's Juwon Young will be the man in the middle for the Canes defense. He says he's ready for the challenge https://t.co/2kagIiAv1t

Ohio_Cane

Canesspace Rules! That is All!

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | October 20, 2015 at 11:58 PM
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And that's a fact, Jack!

86Cane

Screw you 86!!! Tryna put horsemen against each other... I seen thru that tactic... even Golden can scheme better than that! Lol

Posted by: WWIN | October 21, 2015 at 08:31 AM

That is why U are the BEST agent on the blog.

Joaquin said DOMINATE and U doing it!

#BeenThereDoneThat

Ohio_Cane

Juwon Young is going to have his "WTF" moments the rest of this year, but he's also going to have some fantastic ones where he shows he can be an NFL LB. If he can get the playbook down, he's good. Smart, tough, instinctive LB. Will be a really good one, IMO.

GoldenHomer

Ohio, I second that. I think this is another instance where Golden leaves us scratching our head about how one guy was playing in front of another. I think this is a clear upgrade. Kirby takes horrible angles and appears slow.

Ohio_Cane

Man, just read that former Bama RB Altee Tenpenny was killed in a car accident. I remember watching him at The Opening a couple years ago. Talented player, troubled kid.

Way too young to die. Sad.

Ohio_Cane

Homer, Juwon has admittedly struggled with the playbook, which is a big issue for a MLB. Playing behind Kirby has helped him. Asking questions, studying, and watching.

Go Canes

Posted by: 86Cane | October 21, 2015 at 08:30 AM

With the exception of the two game fiasco at the end of last season, and even those cluster f**** were winnable, there hasn't been a single game since the beginning of last season where we weren't in a game in the fourth quarter. Several of those games we had the ball in our hands with a chance to get within a FG, take the lead or to win the game outright. We failed offensively in all those games.

That's why I think we can absolutely beat Clemson.

If this team can avoid it's three Achilles heels this weekend, poor third down conversion rate, stupid penalties that kill drives or take points off the board and an inability to score late, they can get a win.

Our third down conversion rate has been dramatically better lately, albeit a small sample size. Let's see if that continues and how we do with the other two.

In my opinion what I said against FSU will apply here as well. Play a solid game and If we score late we will win, if we don't we will lose.

If we don't improve in all three areas, there's no way we beat a team with the front seven Clemson has.

Go Canes

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 21, 2015 at 09:25 AM

Remember Young was also slowed by a foot injury nearly all of camp and wasn't able to participate in a ton of practices as well.

Don't know if he would have unseated Kirby but that certainly didn't help.

1mg of Epi

There's a bug goin round the space!
Feel better Terrance and Dude

GoldenHomer

Go Canes, very true. In my opinion however, Kirby was handed the job. Young is clearly a better player. Out of HS I thought Kirby was going to be a very good LB, he was fast coming out of HS. I think his weight gain actually hurt him and slowed him down. I don't like that it hurts our depth, but addition by subtraction at least gets better players on the field.

Terrance Sullivan

LOL WWIN. Top Notch Top Notch LOL.

Terrance Sullivan

Thanks Epi.

Go Canes

@mattyports: Three referees in uniform are at Canes practice. Either it's Halloween early or they're about to drill down on penalties.

1mg of Epi

Posted by: Go Canes | October 21, 2015 at 09:37 AM

I agree with most of this, but if we had some better game planning,adjustments, schemes and in-game decision making...we wouldn't have been in a position to NEED a play late in the 4th. Don't forget we had significantly better talent than all but one or two of our losses the last few years. We're talking about losses to the likes of VA, not Alabama.


Ohio_Cane

@mattyports: Three referees in uniform are at Canes practice. Either it's Halloween early or they're about to drill down on penalties.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 21, 2015 at 09:51 AM
-----------------------------------------------

In before "Typical Golden. Always reactionary instead of preventative!"

At least it's being worked on, I say.

1mg of Epi

uniform are at Canes practice. Either it's Halloween early or they're about to drill down on penalties.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 21, 2015 at 09:51 AM

Barry Jackson ‏@flasportsbuzz 38m38 minutes ago
UM, disgusted with offensive line penalties, is making OL do 250 up downs - a lot harder than pushups - for every penalty he commits in game


1mg of Epi

It took till week 6 to do something? Well, better late than never.

CoCane

If if was 5th...

Close or blowout doesn't matter. A loss is a loss. Folden always loses these games. The same problems always occur. Defense starts good but offense stumbles out of the gate or vice versa. Folden won't change the D, so Clemson's QB will go tasmanian devil on us. Like all good teams with a QB does. The offense will be consistantly inconsistant like it always is. Special teams will radiate the fukkery of it's coach(Folden) like it always does. So close or not a loss is coming like it always does against a legit top 25 team.

Clemson's playmakers will have plenty of room to operate against the Golden shower zone. They'll be wide open all day. Our D-line will be reading as their RB's zip by them before they react. Coley will call stupid plays at stupid times. He won't exploit his talents named Scott and Coley. He'll throw to Brady in the redzone. Bubble screens, false starts and runs that don't work. OH MY!

Do we have a any given Saturday chance? The dead clock is right twice a day chance? Yeah... But don't bet money you can't afford to lose on it.

It's duck season and Folden is the 1 duck that would get got by Elmer Fudd...

I still hope we win.

The "U"

CaneRock

Perryman started playing MLB as a Sr..

Gaines started playing MLB as a Sr..

Notice a pattern here?

We haven't had a multi-year starter at MLB since Gaines graduated.

Go Canes

Think that pattern ends with Young CR.

CaneRock

Gaines started playing MLB as a Sr..

Posted by: CaneRock | October 21, 2015 at 10:08 AM

I meant Kirby, not Gaines.

1mg of Epi

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2015/10/21/report-beckham-miami-close-to-stadium-deal/

CaneRock

Epi...Lance Leggett!

GoldenHomer

CR, I think Perryman would have but he played on the outside a year or two if I'm not mistaken. But your point is taken and correct. Even Gaines at MLB is horrible. Got to put the best players on the field.

Gin & Tonic (with a twist of lime and what not, hold the chit)

Hope the Canes practice to stop the option run against Clemson. Both FSU and V-Tech had success with option sweeps. Expect Clemson to try to do the same thing.

30CINCO

30k Stadium for Beckham:

New details revealed on soccer deal between Beckham and Miami; School Board may get involved

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/nakedpolitics/2015/10/new-details-revealed-on-soccer-deal-between-beckham-and-miami-school-board-may-get-involved.html

WWIN

That is why U are the BEST agent on the blog.

Joaquin said DOMINATE and U doing it!

#BeenThereDoneThat

Posted by: 86Cane | October 21, 2015 at 09:05 AM

Thanks! I do what I can... when I can! Lol

BTW... the answer to your article is.... HELL to-da NAH

Old Skool

There's a bug goin round the space!
Feel better Terrance and Dude

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 21, 2015 at 09:40 AM

Yeah I got it too: Alitosis

VA Cane

T sully Dude.....get well quick.

I am down at my Moms....went out Floyd County yesterday....up in mountains....got in water....maybe 50.....or less....then took that 74 Roadrunner out to I 81....gagged her ....out ran a state guy off main road just like Dukes of Hazzard.....she can push 150....flying....I must be crazy...she needed a burst of speed..back in garage now.....I love getting home

..went through Bburg....north on 81 to Charlottesville....mountains beautiful....then east to Richmond
Congrats Ohio on wins.....go Canes beat Clemson!

1mg of Epi

Ah Lance Leggett. He had.... A lot of stars.

1mg of Epi

Yeah I got it too: Alitosis

Posted by: Old Skool | October 21, 2015 at 10:48 AM

Yea maybe keep your distance lol

Terrance Sullivan

Thank U VACANE.

Terrance Sullivan

Old Skool get better also my friend.

Go Canes

Looking forward to the Knighton piece. What an amazing story.

@ChristyChirinos: 'Canes lead nation in turnover margin, OL Hunter Knighton in spotlight https://t.co/7mENgcyh4G

WWIN

Yeah I got it too: Alitosis

Posted by: Old Skool | October 21, 2015 at 10:48 AM

I heard Butch Davis has a cure for what ails ya!

TheeMackJones


Go Canes,

Butch Davis wins against teams that finished in the top 25 from 95-99

1995: 35-24 over #22 Syracuse
1996: 38-31 over #21 Syracuse
1998: 49-45 over #8 UCLA
1999: 28-13 over #17 Georgia Tech

I count 4 wins in big games over ranked opponents.

You said he lost every big game! ('o')

400% more than your precious Golden shower, that has NONE...

Also, Butch finished ranked every year at the "U" except 97.

Once again. Comparing them is futile. Butch had much more success. It makes you seem stupid. Stop it...

I think Folden pushed your shyt in so far up your azz, he's using you for a puppet...

Posted by: CoCane | October 20, 2015 at 04:07 PM

LOL... Even that ONION HEAD had wins over ranked opponents, which FINISHED the season in the Top 25.

Again, the Golden GROUPIES simply have a strange INFATUATION with the Carpetbagger. SMH Because they go to great lengths to defend Golden. Even when the evidence says that Golden is a Fourth-Tier head coach, whom should be coaching in the MAC or the Sun Belt or Mountain West conferences.

TheeMackJones


In my opinion however, Kirby was handed the job. Young is clearly a better player. Out of HS I thought Kirby was going to be a very good LB, he was fast coming out of HS. I think his weight gain actually hurt him and slowed him down. I don't like that it hurts our depth, but addition by subtraction at least gets better players on the field.

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 21, 2015 at 09:44 AM

Under the beloved Golden, a lot of players have been ' handed ' the starting position over relatively better players.

No wonder LB Paul fled for Salt Lake City. He knew he would never be a starter under Golden. Now Paul is starting for the NO. 4 ranked team in the nation. Go figure.

RCCF

Kevin Nelson ring a bell??
Said much the same...
We fans only know what we see these kids live it

TheeMackJones

Barry Jackson ‏@flasportsbuzz 38m38 minutes ago
UM, disgusted with offensive line penalties, is making OL do 250 up downs - a lot harder than pushups - for every penalty he commits in game


Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 21, 2015 at 09:59 AM

The O-line should have been punished after the third game of the season. In other words, clean that chit up before it becomes a mountain of stanky chit. But then again, Golden is still the Chief down in Coral Gables.

1mg of Epi

Under the beloved Golden, a lot of players have been ' handed ' the starting position over relatively better players.


Posted by: TheeMackJones | October 21, 2015 at 12:16 PM

This is one of the recruiting problems he's had.

USAFCane

Ohio, I second that. I think this is another instance where Golden leaves us scratching our head about how one guy was playing in front of another. I think this is a clear upgrade. Kirby takes horrible angles and appears slow.

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 21, 2015 at 09:25 AM

This becomes apparent under AG. The best analogy I can come up with is a lightening bolt. With Young, you're like "wow, where did that come from". It's shocking because you haven't seen it all season with the lesser player who starts and it is glaring what has been missing.

I have a feeling, we'll get some of that if Grey get's some carries. Yearby has had some great moments but there is something missing.

Go Canes

Posted by: TheeMackJones | October 21, 2015 at 12:16 PM

So if I point out this is a steaming pile of nonsense, completely fabricated by someone who constantly posts things as fact when he actually just makes it up as he goes along, is that me "defending Golden"?

Or is it pointing out this dude is full of it?

Gionni Paul started 7 games as a freshman here and likely would have been a 4 year starter here if HE hadn't screwed it up by getting suspended multiple times. For the record he readily admits he messed up and did a lot off growing up after that.

We've got enough real issues without adding the made up things don't you think?

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2013/01/04/miami-hurricanes-confirm-lb-gionni-paul-no-longer-with-the-team/

CoCane

TMJ,

It's hilariously ignorant to try to spin Folden's garbage results in a way that makes Butch look as if he was just as bad...

Were the fans just as upset at the time? Just about. The program had just been a title contender for over a decade the year before Butch got there. 4 titles during that span. So finishing in the top 25 4 out of 5 years, with a losing season sandwiched in between seemed like the end of the world for most fans. It was unrealistic considering the "real devastating sanctions". We were spoiled as a fan base back then.

But now...

If Folden had Butch's resume right now, he wouldn't have been on the hot seat coming into this season.

His wouldn't have gotten hot until this season's loss to Cincy and a 5th consecutive loss to FSU...

USAFCane

I'd argue Walton should get more carries than Yearby. The fact that Gray isn't getting any is just strange at this point. He must have risen to the occasion or something.

The other player I'd like to see more of is Moten.

Ohio_Cane

I maintain that Golden has too big of a heart and it pains him to tell an older player that a younger player is starting over them, or getting more playing time.

thirstybuzzardcane

Look what the Dolphins did last weekend, they simplified the defense. I read somewhere where the only used a total of 10 plays in their playbook the whole game.

This is exactly what the Canes need to do! This defense is too complicated for college kids! Let these kids use their talents!

CoCane

Go Canes,

You're right about Paul but you make up shyt too...

I do agree with you about upsetting Clemson. I think this is arguably Folden's best chance to knock off a top 10 team. Clemson has dropped the ball against teams they should beat before. There is a chance Dabo can out Folden, Folden...

I still don't see it though

CoCane

This defense ain't complicated. It's just stupid. Any defense that isn't based on attacking the backfield up front relentlessly, having the LB's aggressively use their athleticism,playing tight coverage in the secondary is stupid and will fail. The proof is in the pudding...

GoldenHomer

I maintain that Golden has too big of a heart and it pains him to tell an older player that a younger player is starting over them, or getting more playing time.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 21, 2015 at 01:04 PM

I can see that as well. This may also be why he doesnt care about losing that much an the reason he has never fired anyone. Its nice and all, but won't lead to wins.

Grey should definitely be getting touches, not sure the hold up there. He can't do any worse.

Ohio_Cane

Derek Tyson ‏@DerekTysonESPN 6m6 minutes ago

#ESPN300 WR Nate Craig-Myers will be taking unofficial visit to #Miami this weekend for the #Clemson game. #Canes

Go Canes

Posted by: CoCane | October 21, 2015 at 01:07 PM

I don't make things up.

Pointing out Butch won a bowl games against GT and Syracuse as "big wins" then having people saying beating VT makes no sense.

If we beat SC in our bowl last year no one would be posting anything different on here today

Like I said I'm not dogging Butch, he is the man.

But revisionist history is rampant when it comes to the reality of how the majority of his tenure was here.

Old Skool

Yeah I got it too: Alitosis

Posted by: Old Skool | October 21, 2015 at 10:48 AM

I heard Butch Davis has a cure for what ails ya!

Posted by: WWIN | October 21, 2015 at 12:08 PM

Step 1 in the treatment is a goldenoscopy or alenema

CoCane

You said Butch lost every big game his first 5 years. You said that...

Syracuse was our biggest conference rival at the time because they were always ranked. Those were big wins. Upsetting #2 UCLA was a big win. Winning your bowl game is a big win...

You made up shyt and you're lying about it.


You said what you said. It is what it is...

1mg of Epi

We've got enough real issues without adding the made up things don't you think?

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2013/01/04/miami-hurricanes-confirm-lb-gionni-paul-no-longer-with-the-team/

Posted by: Go Canes | October 21, 2015 at 12:57 PM

Don't know what happened with Paul, but The first half of TMJs post is correct, and it impacts recruited.

1mg of Epi

Yeah I got it too: Alitosis

Posted by: Old Skool | October 21, 2015 at 10:48 AM

I heard Butch Davis has a cure for what ails ya!

Posted by: WWIN | October 21, 2015 at 12:08 PM

Step 1 in the treatment is a goldenoscopy or alenema

Posted by: Old Skool | October 21, 2015 at 01:38 PM

Those may treat the symptoms, but the only cure is an alputation

CaneRock


Derek Tyson ‏@DerekTysonESPN 6m6 minutes ago

#ESPN300 WR Nate Craig-Myers will be taking unofficial visit to #Miami this weekend for the #Clemson game. #Canes

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 21, 2015 at 01:28 PM

Good chance we land Myers...our QB situation seems more stable than all of His teams of interest. Kaaya potentially being at UM the next 3 years sells itself...and then you got Allison on deck.

30CINCO

I maintain that Golden has too big of a heart and it pains him to tell an older player that a younger player is starting over them, or getting more playing time.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 21, 2015 at 01:04 PM

I can see that as well. This may also be why he doesnt care about losing that much an the reason he has never fired anyone. Its nice and all, but won't lead to wins.

Grey should definitely be getting touches, not sure the hold up there. He can't do any worse.

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 21, 2015 at 01:12 PM
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Kaaya, Coley, Berrios , Duke , Flowers , Chikillo, Bush, Walford, Dorsett, and a lot more all started over older players at some point.

NativeCane

It is generally much more shameful to lose a good reputation than never to have acquired it.

Dem Canes!!!

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