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October 22, 2015

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"Posted by: RCCF | October 26, 2015 at 12:25 PM"

Hey, you were in front of this debacle from the jump. No one will testify to that more on here than me and we're founding 12%ers on here together so I can understand your POV in not throwing in a towel on an argument you've won decisively. But now is not the time to rehash this garbage with the losers who are still trying to strain viable genetic material from a buried failure of a body of non-work for a peanut paycheck from an AD on his way to the unemployment line with a bunch of other crooks still lurking around robbing every last penny they can before they're turfed. You'll see a lot more BS going forward because the moderation on here is lip service at best and in reality is there to assist in the waving of pom poms stuck up some troll's Sandusky weekend retreat, but just use your smarts to pick out that bullshit and scroll right past it because if you do, there's still nuggets of good blogging to be sifted through the dung of that other shit. Remember the mantra of 58-0 at home Ray;

"Crickets."

That will get you through the coming days and losses.

Sarasota 'cane

You're fine Ohio.

Apparently I'm the only one who's not allowed to have concerns or opinions.

Posted by: Go Canes | October 26, 2015 at 12:40 PM

LOL

Go Canes

Gonna get wild:

@SleeperAthletes: For those who have been asking, I would like to see #Tulane HC Curtis Johnson (@TUCoachCJ) come back to #THEU & be #Miami's new Head Coach

Ohio_Cane

Miami Hurricanes ‏@MiamiHurricanes 37s38 seconds ago

Just announced: @CanesFootball's Nov. 7 matchup with Virginia will kick off at 3 p.m.

Ohio_Cane

Good article on why Butch should be the guy:

http://www.foxsports.com/college-football/outkick-the-coverage/miami-needs-to-hire-butch-davis-102615

Go Canes

Ugh;

@RapSheet: During a rough day for #Chargers, some rougher injury news: 2nd rd LB Denzel Perryman is feared to have torn his pec, I’m told. MRI today.

Sarasota 'cane

I love the fact that Butch is the first one out of the gate with a desire to coach the team. The school will need permission to to talk to most of the remaining guys except for Schiano.

And I'm not sure why so many here hate Schiano. His schtick, not unlike Saban, may not play well in the NFL but shouldn't be an issue at the college level. Both Butch and Schiano are disciplinarian's who don't allow the inmates to run the asylum.

Sarasota 'cane

"Basically, to quote Donald Trump, there's only one guy who can "Make Miami Great Again." That man is Butch Davis. And frankly, he's the only guy Miami should consider."

Sarasota 'cane

Which leads me to this question: If Davis entered Miami now, with no NCAA issues and a full allotment of scholarships, how do you think he'd do? Frankly I think he'd kill it. To be blunt, I think he'd have a National Championship contender within just a few years.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Lebatard and Stugotz talked a bunch about Butch making a lot of sense.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | October 26, 2015 at 01:06 PM

I think we play in the ACC CG next year, if Kaaya stays, could win it. I think he kills recruiting. Some 5s, some 4s, some 3s and all talented. Guy is already making a list for staff hires... guy wants this so bad. He's hungry.

Sarasota 'cane

Those were quotes fro the article that Ohio posted. I should've cited that. That article was awesome. Again Butch is the first out of the gate and only he and Schiano can be approached without permission. That's a clear advantage for both candidates if the BOT is smart and wants to get their new guy on the recruiting trail by November.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 26, 2015 at 12:38 PM

He got an NFL team into the playoffs and UNC's defense was great, not good. The O was close and on O he was developing studs everywhere, WR, TE, RB and TE. He put a bunch of guys in the NFL at UNC. A bunch.

Ohio_Cane

UNC's defense was great, not good. The O was close and on O he was developing studs everywhere, WR, TE, RB and TE. He put a bunch of guys in the NFL at UNC. A bunch.

Posted by: The Dude | October 26, 2015 at 01:19 PM
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Minus the defense, that sounds like Golden. Dorsett, Walford, Duke, etc to compare to "developing studs". Golden had 7 guys drafted last year, so he put a bunch of guys in the NFL too.

I'm not defending Al, or condemning Butch. I'm just saying it's not as cut and dry "Butch or no one" as a lot are making it out to be.

Ohio_Cane

I, personally, would've hired Butch yesterday afternoon. That's just me, though. The school has to vet every candidate and do thorough research. They can't hire another Golden, and they know it.

Sarasota 'cane

Posted by: The Dude | October 26, 2015 at 01:19 PM

UNC's defense was UM circa 2000 before the NCAA dropped the hammer. They were poised to contend for a title IMO. It's funny when people point to his record that year and not acknowledge what he had actually assembled on the field.

GoldenHomer

If Smart is legitimately interested, he is my new #1 choice.

Sarasota 'cane

I'm not defending Al, or condemning Butch. I'm just saying it's not as cut and dry "Butch or no one" as a lot are making it out to be.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 26, 2015 at 01:22 PM

It's not "Butch or no one" to me, it's "Butch is the best candidate available". I'll roll with any of the other top notch guys that are popping up, but like you I would love to see what Butch could do if given the opportunity.

Sarasota 'cane

If Smart is legitimately interested, he is my new #1 choice.

Posted by: GoldenHomer | October 26, 2015 at 01:24 PM

He'd be an SEC carpetbagger. As soon as he established his local recruiting ties he'd bolt for the first SEC job available IMO. He's probably a better fit for South Carolina anyway.

GoldenHomer

Sota, that may very well be true. But we have to look no further that FSU to see what a talented assistant from the SEC can do.

Ohio_Cane

Chris Law ‏@ChrisLaw 51m51 minutes ago El Segundo, CA

Ed Reed says he would entertain a call from @MiamiHurricanes regarding the head coaching position.

Ohio_Cane

Bleacher Report ‏@BleacherReport 2m2 minutes ago

Former NFL & Miami star Ed Reed says he would “entertain a call” for Hurricanes head coaching job http://ble.ac/1kIchrE

Now, I don't think Ed Reed would be the best to start his coaching career as a HC at UM, but holy shit at least make him DB coach lol

He'd be 10000000000 times better than Paul Williams.

j.w.

Is anyone really Butch or no one? Haven't seen that sentiment. Bottom line: we can't do worse than what we have had over the past few years. Don't worry about the perfect hire, make a good one and we will improve.

Sarasota 'cane

Yeah the ex-players should start at the bottom like everyone else. Dorsey and Randy are great examples.
Speaking of Shannon, would anyone have an issue with Butch bringing Randy in to run the defense?

CaneRock

As soon as he established his local recruiting ties he'd bolt for the first SEC job available IMO.

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | October 26, 2015 at 01:28 PM

Kids in SoFlo already know who Smart is. If we hire Him, that'll sew up commitments from kids like Shaq. And I'm also intrigued by His potential recruiting footprint on in the South region, particularly the Gulf Coast...and He's from Valdosta, lotta talent in that area.

miamicane

Im dreaming that Butch takes us to the championship game where we give LSU a beat down in payment that will put the planets back in their proper orbit...its been a long time since the world has been aligned correctly...we know all of college football cant wait to hate us again...with Butch it will be us against tje world once again!

raizecane

Butch ought to just show up and start, lol.

Posted by: The Dude | October 26, 2015 at 12:06 PM

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like the seinfeld episode where kramer starts working at a company without actually being hired. LOL

roachcane77

Agreed. Why go for Diet Butch when the real thing is available?
Posted by: The Dude | October 26, 2015 at 09:18 AM


Another nice post from The Dude!

#GoForButch!

Sarasota 'cane

As the day wears on the people who think Butch is a strong possibility and a viable candidate are beginning to drown out the "they'll never hire him" crowd.

Not just on this blog either. The former player's as well as the local and national pundits are all in lock step that Butch is the best candidate and was also cleared of any wrongdoing.

It hasn't even been 24 hours yet and his candidacy is looking more and more like the best case scenario. The BOT is reading the same info we are so many of them may be coming around as well.

If they brought him in for an interview I think he could easily assuage the powers that be that he could turn the product on the field around quickly as well as maintain discipline on and off the field.

It's a no-Brainerd IMO.

SinisterCane

Swasey

Does he survive rd. 3?

nemo2002


Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 26, 2015 at 12:20 PM

If anyone knows about "having fun" it's Seantrel!

Posted by: Go Canes | October 26, 2015 at 12:26 PM

Having fun and throwing money away.

Lurker

We have a game on Saturday

mi@mic@ne

If we do not get Butch ..we do not have a connection for reasons to enact punishment for the losses we have incurred of these last 15 years...it wont be as sweet to put someone who has not connection to the past

mi@mic@ne

We cannot accept these teams coming into our house and embarrassing us like ...we need to be cleansed of this filth...lol Butch knows exactly what I am saying...He is a real Cane

nemo2002

Though nobody in position of authority has ruled out Davis, two Board of Trustees members said they would be surprised if Davis, 63, is considered because of the way he left North Carolina, amid an academic scandal. Even though he wasn’t directly implicated by the NCAA, many believe Davis was tarnished and he hasn’t found a job since. One trustee said discussion of Davis usually elicits an eye roll among UM officials.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article41421669.html#storylink=cpy

Go Canes

@Andy_Staples: Here's @SIPeteThamel with an extensive look at the coaching carousel at the moment. https://t.co/9SGolH2sA5

raizecane

lol Butch knows exactly what I am saying...He is a real Cane

Posted by: mi@mic@ne | October 26, 2015 at 02:13 PM

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was that before or after he left for Cleveland? LOL

Sarasota 'cane

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2015/10/26/miami-hurricanes-coaching-odds-butch-davis-leads-pack/

Lurker

Bloggers can "drown out" other bloggers all day long. It will not make one iota of difference who gets hired. It's serious business, not an anonymous bloggers popularity vote.

Go Canes

Raize, one of the funniest moments ever on that show:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bU6m5UqLx9M

THE MAN

#VenablesforHC

Go Canes

@SedanoESPN: According to @InsideTheU - The Miami Hurricanes have inquired about Houston Head Coach Tom Herman

WWIN

We have a game on Saturday

Posted by: Lurker | October 26, 2015 at 02:11 PM

Thanks for the 4-1-1... we didn't know! Who do we play?

nemo2002

[Miami] is a relatively small, private school in a market where support and interest is always going to be fickle. You play in a pro stadium that is nearly hour away from campus and too big to fill unless it’s just a massive game. And from a budget standpoint, Miami operates financially more as a “have-not” than a “have” within the ACC.

By that alone, you can pretty much cross any coach making $3 million or more off the list. Barring an administrative about-face from the way Miami has operated recently, this is going to be more of a bargain-basement type of hire than a big splash.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/acc/2015/10/25/miami-al-golden-fired-what-next-greg-schiano-rich-rodriguez-tommy-tuberville-larry-fedora/74601706/

mi@mic@ne

Well if Jimmy show interest in the for the job the process would have started yesterday and he left for Dallas...Godilox interviewed for the PSU job even tho he promised not to seek other openings and no one called for his firing... and yet Butch is not allowed to take a more lucrative job? I guess these bots did not start out in the bottom of their profession and leave a job to get to their current position...God forbid they have a history of quitting a job for a better position...very hypocritical

Ohio_Cane

If they brought him in for an interview I think he could easily assuage the powers that be that he could turn the product on the field around quickly as well as maintain discipline on and off the field.

It's a no-Brainerd IMO.

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | October 26, 2015 at 02:05 PM
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I hope it happens. Sooner than later, too. Let the man get to work.

WWIN

UM is NOT BROKE... they just cry broke... I don't blame em tho if I was UM I would cry broke too!!!

NO ONE KNOWS how much money UM has! Why? Bcuz UM is a PRIVATE institution that does NOT have to release anything to the public!

THE MAN

Venables should be on the top of the list! ACC guy, proven coordinator at a top school, D is always stout, they recruit the crap out of FL, young, and fiery. Don't need an "up and coming coach from a small school." Give me a proven coordinator who is a good recruiter at a big time school any day!

Sarasota 'cane

Bloggers can "drown out" other bloggers all day long. It will not make one iota of difference who gets hired. It's serious business, not an anonymous bloggers popularity vote.

Posted by: Lurker | October 26, 2015 at 02:20 PM

Read the whole post before commenting. It's not just the bloggers, it's the local and national news pundits as well as former coaches and players. Don't cherry pick my posts to support your position. The Butch Davis candidacy for HC is a snowball rolling downhill. Butch Davis is 10x more likely to be UM's next coach than he was last night and it hasn't even been 24 hours yet. There's no telling how much more support he can garner in the next 24.

mi@mic@ne

So we settle for a bargain coach who if he succeeds is gonna want more money or hes gone..i mean you pay him now or in two years or he is a bust once again..in which you hired him against the outcry of a coach who actually wants to be here for all the right reasons and who has a history of loading up on NFL players. What happened to common sense? If we had it we would not have endured Folden and paid him millions to leave as the worse coach in history...

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