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July 06, 2016


Mr. Moneymaker

Posted by: The Dude | July 08, 2016 at 11:25 AM

The scariest I can remember in my adult life.

Respect for human life is at an unconscionable low.



Former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly goes to New York for biopsy

Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and Hall of Famer Jim Kelly underwent a biopsy on Thursday, and preliminary results showed no return of cancer, according to a post on his wife's Instagram account.

Kelly had the procedure in New York City after his latest scans following extensive treatment for cancer of the jaw were inconclusive.


Terrance Sullivan

This week has been awful with all the violence. My Heart Breaks for these tragedies. Constant Prayers.


ThirstyBuzzard You Don't know Football. Negative Nancy

orange 'n green in the vein

GD licked broken down Wade's ass too forcefully and pushed him right out the door.

At his current sphincter gurgling rate he'll have the goldhen-girl loser dude transferring to Alaska State's scout team similarly by November.

Good news, for the Hurricanes, when it finally happens.

TS Michael Bradley's embryonic fascination with being a sidtard GD when he grows up to leave the roach motel foot of the bed as he runs past the hem of his father's skirt remains good news for those of us who enjoy laughing at these particular two useless bags of gas.


Three words: bat sh*t crazy


Go Gata!



Some of that is reflected in the contemptuous speech that passes for political discourse

Posted by: Old Skool | July 08, 2016 at 08:31 AM

Solutions please?


Maybe in bullet points so we can decipher?

No pun intended.


Just sayin....


Go Canes!

I see someone finally exceeded the maximum allowable time a person can be held when Baker Acted.

Enjoy the sunshine buddy, the clock is again ticking towards your next involuntarily indoor vacation.


ThirstyBuzzard You Don't know Football. Negative Nancy

Posted by: Coolmac758 | July 08, 2016 at 12:34

Huh? What did I say about football?


Once a Turd, always a Turd...


F'the Turds!


Once a Turd, always a Turd...


Posted by: Keoki | July 09, 2016 at 09:37 AM

The International Museum of Jorts and Noodling


David Lake, 247Sports)

Steele has Miami finishing the 2016 season as the No. 19 overall team in the country.

Here is what Steele had to say about the Hurricanes:

“Mark Richt steps into great situation as he takes over a team that underachieved. He has 15 returning starters and all eight positions rank in my top units. They play in the winnable ACC Coastal. They do not face a team on the road in the ACC that had a winning ACC record last year. They do face Notre Dame on the road and host Florida State, but avoid Clemson. They are my pick to get to the ACC Title game.”

Steele regards Miami as a well balanced team going into the 2016 season. He ranks every position group fifth or better in the ACC. Steele has UM with the second best quarterback group, third best at running back, fifth at wide receiver, and third at offensive line in the ACC.

On defense, Steele has Miami’s defensive line ranked third in the conference, linebackers at fifth, and defensive backs at fifth. He has the UM special teams ranked second in the conference.

For Miami’s 2016 forecast, Steele had the following to say about the Hurricanes:

“Last year Miami was number nine in the country in fewest amount of seniors, which is usually a good sign for the next year…Folks pointed to coaching as a main reason for Miami’s struggles last year and while Mark Richt does not have any National Titles, he does have a lot of double digit win seasons in the rugged SEC. Miami has the coaching, veteran quarterback, improved defense, and my number two rated special teams unit in the ACC. Miami has not had a double digit win season since 2003, but five of my nine sets of power rating s call for one this year including my main one. The Hurricanes are my favorite to win the Coastal.”

Miami is trending in a positive way in the minds of college football experts.


Isidora, Linder named to Outland Trophy Watchlist


A quick comment in regard to the stadium completion:
There is a very real chance the stadium will be complete on the due date of September 1. Having been in the commercial construction business for 35 years, I can tell you a lot of pressure is being put on the subcontractors and suppliers working on the stadium. It generally goes something like this. The general contractor will call a jobsite meeting and all the decision makers from each subcontractor will be there. Gentlemen, we must get done by this date or liquidated damages will be assessed to each of you based on the percentage of work left to be completed. These damages will be x amount per day and deducted from your contract. As you know, you can dispute the damages but attorney fees are nonrecoverable and you will also get no future work contracts from our company. In addition, no payments will be made to your company until the final inspection is complete and accepted. Of course, all the subs know that the GC is contracted to receive a bonus in addition to his base contract amount if the job comes in on time. And it will just so happen that should the project come in late, the damages assessed to the subs on the job will equal the amount of bonus the general contractor would have received.The GC doesn't care if you complete your work in the amount of days listed in the construction schedule, nor does he care that the subs who began the project took too long to do their work and thus put the job behind schedule. All he cares about is the guys who are now on the job will be expected to make up that time at their own cost. Oh, but the carrot and stick that will be used is always the same. We will make it up to you guys on the next job by giving you last look to get a contract, ie. we will let you match the low bid and get the job. Oh goody goody. And the little guys get screwed again.

Go Canes!

Good info thanks.

Side note: Ariz-2018 Killian OL Delone Scaife commits to Miami #Canes


Pshhhhhh...Dade ova Wade!


So I'm watching the Miami Notre Dame game from 1987, and I can't help but notice that none of the Miami cheerleaders wore bras back then. (.)(.)!!!

Posted by: IraqiCane | July 08, 2016 at 10:11 AM

Iraqi, I like the way you think.

Dem Canes!!!

Go Canes!



2018 Killian OL Delone Scaife commits to Miami #Canes

Posted by: Go Canes! | July 09, 2016 at 05:35 PM


Mr. Moneymaker



So I'm in Oregon and was at the Opening. I must say NIKE Campus is Awesome and those kids are DOPE!!

Go Canes!

Slater: SLATER SCOOP: State Attorney will drop DUI charge against Canes RB Mark Walton when court begins at 930am, sources tell me.



Dem Canes!!!

Posted by: NativeCane | July 10, 2016 at 10:32 AM


I've still got my old "Ron & Ron in the morning" wife beater with that on the front.


Barry Jackson ‏@flasportsbuzz 2m2 minutes ago

As @AndySlater reported, all charges dropped against UM's Walton.Been immersed in team activities for weeks;UM hasn't commented about status

Mark from Atlanta

Canes brothers!
Good news for Walton. ...now, please the rest of our young men. ..STAY AWAY FROM BAD SITUATIONS. ..PLEASE.
May we focus on school, weight room, play book, etc?

I hope to see all our RBS toting it to the house this year!

God bless you and Go Canes! ! !

Da U N Houston

Just read the details on the Mark Walton case. Glad it was dropped, but man there are some real troubling signs in our judicial systems. I realize that people are human, but his could have been real bad, and I am glad his attorneys are not going to let it close like that.

As someone said earlier, these young men, majority black need to realize that the world is real. There are real evil people out there, dressed in all type of clothing. We need to teach our young men to always be aware of your surroundings and circumstances. Sad to say, but sometimes its just best to stay around loved ones.

Old Skool

From CNN

Many studies have shown that testosterone levels in males rise and fall according to whether the individual wins or loses in competitive sports, like tennis and wrestling -- even chess.

Sports fans experience the same spike watching sports, which helps explain the violence and destructive rioting that can take place after big games (win or lose).





Daaaayum! My apologies to MW for drawing conclusions. So She was the one driving drunk? And what happened to the groping charges? Sounds like a setup for whatever reason...they need to put charges on that b!tch!


And the MDPD ain't off the hook either. No probable cause, they basically kidnapped Walton. Ole' pu$$'@$$ pigs.


Rock, there obviously something sketchy that happened with the police, but I'll wait to get more info, because right now it's all confusing as hell.

What's clear to me is that there was very little in terms of a case from the get go, and all the information and facts about the case just sounded super sketchy.

It's the district attorney's job to analyze all the information, and then make a wise choice about whether proceeding or not. So ALL my wrath and anger goes towards the district attorneys office for the time being. They should have never proceeded with this case with the information we now know. This should've been drop within the first two or three weeks.

I'm extremely angry that the District Attorney's Office kept delaying, but yet kept proceeding with this case. They sound like a bunch of mopes, and they look incompetent. They had nothing but kept Stretching stretching it out. I'm really angry about that.

The district attorney for this case, delayed the hearing twice, and then showed up late today when she was supposed to be in front of the judge. Very disrespectful. Sounds like an incompetent District Attorney's Office trying to make a case out of nothing.

When they look into the actions of the police and the "victim" they also need to look into the district attorney. What the hell were they thinking?

Go Canes!

Odds they miss any meaningful time?

Feldman: Jim mcelwain says Treon Harris & Antonio Callaway are back in classes but nothing's been resolved about playing & it's out of his hands. #UF


The district attorney for this case, delayed the hearing twice, and then showed up late today when she was supposed to be in front of the judge. Very disrespectful. Sounds like an incompetent District Attorney's Office trying to make a case out of nothing.

When they look into the actions of the police and the "victim" they also need to look into the district attorney. What the hell were they thinking?

Posted by: Lur-ker | July 11, 2016 at 03:27 PM

They were thinking this is Miami, everything is screwed up, maybe nobody will notice?


I have no idea, Soup.

I can only guess what they were thinking.

Maybe it was a punk move by an inexperienced DA trying to get some big case pub off the back of a big time college player?

Maybe it was incompetent supervision?

You would hate to think that the more accomplished and experienced bosses in that DA office would look at this case and realize there ain't sh*t to go on and drop it. Which they finally did after almost 4 months of bad publicity for the kid.

I'm pretty angry as to how this case was handled by the DA's office. Unacceptable.


I've still got my old "Ron & Ron in the morning" wife beater with that on the front.

Posted by: KYcane | July 11, 2016 at 09:15 AM


I have the VHS


The sad part about Walton's case is if he was a nobody, he would've been f*cked by the dirty d*ck of the law. That's why my people scream F*CK THE POLICE!




Posted by: CoCane | July 11, 2016 at 06:53 PM

This is not physically possible, is it?



Lol @ SOUP

I won't get too deep but incompetence doesn't cut it as an excuse for the SAO or the police. They followed standard procedure. That's motto everytime a black man is murdered, beaten, kidnapped etc. by the police. "It was standard procedure". Wrong doing is never admitted by the police no matter how savage the act. Because it's standard procedure to f*ck us up. A procedure that has been the standard for centuries...

Justice will be given or taken


Go Canes!

Stanton is currently putting on a show.




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