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October 09, 2016

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SOUP

NEW BLOG IS UP!

WWIN

^^^^^^^
THERE IT IS RIGHT THERE TonyCane!

Thanks Angry Soup!

SOUP

Worrying is for rocking chairs... or something along those lines!

Posted by: WWIN | October 13, 2016 at 10:20 PM

"Worry is like a rocking chair,
It keeps U busy, but gets U nowhere."

SOUP

Tampa Bay Lightning win also over Detroit, 6-4.

#HockeyIsBack

Gin & Tonic

Florida Panthers overtime winner in opening game.

WWIN

Tony you my boy but you talking reckless right now!

WWIN

Posted by: TonyCane | October 13, 2016 at 09:48 PM

Worrying is for rocking chairs... or something along those lines!

What happened to the FAITH???

BigWindyCane1

What HS is JJ from again?

Posted by: ANGRY SOUP | October 13, 2016 at 09:12 AM

Killian Cougars!

Gin & Tonic

Soup, not sure if this was said before or not. In regards to the Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John blog post, the John is obviously Jimmy "John"son.

TonyCane

Sorry I guess I'm just pessimistic after having watched the Miami versus FSU game for the first time in completion this morning. Loved the game and it was a great effort by our team. What has me worried is the number of injuries that took place as a result of that game. Two years ago we went into the tank as a result of a large number of injuries and a complete lack of depth on the team and I'm concerned the same thing might take place now. I just need to be convinced that Golden Ways are behind us, especially as we face a team that beat us by 30 last year.

SOUP

UM 41, UNC 20

That is all.

trianglecane

49 - 24 Canes!!

I will not see the game because I am on vacation with the fam. But, I have faith! I also have vodka..so it will all workout.

Go Canes!

30CINCO

Who are Miami Hurricanes’ most-used offensive, defensive players?

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2016/10/13/miami-hurricanes-snap-counts-offensive-defensive-depth-chart-usage-rate/

ColaCane

Run it down their throats, counter blitzes with screens and draws, and with an occasional shot down field to Coley, Richards, and lets get an BEAST TE's in the game, and we should handle UNC!

ColaCane

My bad Ebron was in 2014.

30CINCO

What? Kaaya was 19 of 32.

SinisterCane

CMR realizes Kaaya is not a King but just a caretaker for the throne. Pass attempts 15 35 runs to protect Kaaya

30CINCO

Big game this weekend - hope the fans turnout.

30CINCO

Ebron was not with UNC last year.

CGNC

I hope you are wrong Tonycane.

Ohio_Cane

NO WAY our D is letting up 34

ColaCane

they also do NOT have Eric Ebron, who KILLED us last yr. Our D is light yrs BETTER than last yrs and I really don't think the kids are going to lose this game. PAYBACK TIME!!!

TheeMackJones

UNC 34 UM 17

Posted by: TonyCane | October 13, 2016 at 01:45 PM

TURNCOAT!!!!!!!!!!!!

However, you do have a couple of valid points and what not. And this is basically the SAME Carolina Blue team which molest Miami last season. They just have a different starter at QB.

SinisterCane

24-21 CANEZ

TonyCane

I think that the point spread is too low, and that UNC wins by 17. That's probably the last five years affecting my thinking, but I am very concerned by all of the injuries and The absolute lack of depth.

UNC 34 UM 17

Ohio_Cane

Mack, I still can't bring myself to bet on the Canes game. I did add Houston at -21 today, though.

TheeMackJones

Miami, Florida - 7 1/2 OUCH

Well, it seems the early action dropped the spread by one point. huh Maybe the Wise Guys have been reading Canespace, and agree Miami DOESN'T have a superstar signal caller and what not. Nevertheless, I SEE-r the current point spread dropping another point by Saturday. Even though the Wise Guys know Carolina Blue is terrible on defense. The Suits have been reading up on Miami and their shaky flaky QB. OUCH!!!!!

VfB_Cane

Sort of off topic:

Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize in Literature.

Congratulations to one of the greatest songwriters of all time!

One of his greatest works, incidentally, is his song "Hurricane". Just as relevant in 2016 as it was back in 1975. Makes me sad. Or angry.

UMike

Also, we need to start debuting new uniforms against cupcakes. IDK our record when debuting new Unis, but it sure isnt good.

UMike

It could be argued, UNC AND VT are both must wins for use to win Coastal.

The Dude

I would have loved to beat FSU, and they were ripe for picking, but UNC is now critical. UNC is a must win to achieve our goals and to get our swagger back. When someone beats us, someone has to pay.

Go,GoCanes!

Do not let FSU beat us twice.

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Yep!

Mark from Atlanta

Time to show some sack for the Canes!
Humiliated last year by UNC.
They're very good. ..but, this saturday afternoon will tell us what we need to know. ..
No excuses. ...this one is on the D....we win based on MD'S aggression.

Do not let FSU beat us twice.

God bless you and Go Canes! ! !

The Dude

Wheres the magic spray they use in soccer?

Ohio_Cane

Tim Reynolds ‏@ByTimReynolds 32s32 seconds ago

The hits keep on coming. Miami DL Scott Patchan (knee) out for this week vs North Carolina.

Ohio_Cane

I'd like to thank App State for kicking the snot out of those Ragin Cajuns last night and winning me $200! Bet on them at -10 and -10.5 and obviously won both with the 24-0 final score

The Dude

Very queer behavior for a hobbit. Must be a Took.

TonyCane

Credit to Sam's mother. Good perspective there.

I do wish Bruce got one more chance. Sounds like there were some immaturity issues there. He has so much talent though.

SOUP

As per BARRY JACKSON: "Jaquan Johnson also could play more: “We could use a few more Jaquan Johnson’s, because he can help us in so many ways,” Diaz said. “When we are in the media room we think about how great it would be to play him here or there. We don’t have enough Jaquan’s to go around for all the places he could help the football team. Certainly he will play a big role this weekend, but we have felt since the spring that he was one of our top guys.”

What HS is JJ from again?

UMike

Lots of UM football nuggets on a Wednesday:

• UM’s offense entered the FSU game second in the country in points per game (47) before stumbling in the 20-19 loss against the Seminoles.

And that apparently continued into practice this week, Mark Richt said.

After Tuesday’s poor practice, Richt said: “I told the offense, ‘Here’s the script. We’re going to run these plays, and we’re going to run them right. If you don’t, we’ll run them again. If we don’t get them done in time, we’ll run them after practice or early tomorrow. If we have to go to school, we’ll do it at a time when there’s no responsibilities.’

“I just said that everybody in America has to make a decision about whether you’re going to get better or get worse today, whether you survive the day or you thrive today – what’s it going to be? You choose. This game is about players. Coaching matters, but they’re the ones who got to do it, got to want it, got to care enough…I’m trying to make them understand that.”

So was the offense better Wednesday?

“It took a little extra time for the offense to get it right after practice, but better than yesterday, so that’s a good sign,” Richt said. “We just have to make sure we get every assignment right, every technique right, all the effort right on every snap.”

• Richt, on the team’s injury situation: “We got issues there. We cut down a little bit of the team time against each other, the higher tempo. If you’re going to have a guy injured in practice – which you shouldn’t, even in that format, because we do everything ‘thud’ and everyone stays up – there’s a greater chance of something happening in that drill than against the scouts. Yesterday, we cut down eight plays, which is a decent amount, then today, we only cut out four plays. Because we had to work on our third downs and our red zone stuff.”

Gerald Willis (knee) is out Saturday, Richt said.

• Privately, UM didn’t view dismissed Sam Bruce as a huge loss. He’s undersized at 5-8 and didn’t know the playbook well enough, according to a teammate. He was bounced from the team for violations including showing up late to rehab sessions.

Initially, he lied to UM about his leg injury, telling coaches it was sustained on a bike, and not playing basketball. That was foolish to lie, because Richt told me that playing basketball doesn’t violate any of his rules.

“He was not totally forthcoming about how it happened," Bruce’s mother, Tracye Wilkerson, told Canesport’s Matt Shodell. "He was afraid because he knew he was supposed to not do anything outside of football."

Wilkerson told Shodell that what ultimately got Bruce bounced was being late for his own rehab.

"He was warned and was late to therapy," Wilkerson said. "That was it.”

Wilkerson told Shodell: "I found the infractions to be minor, but I'm his mother so I'm going to look at it like that. But this is Sam's shortcomings, coming into the program he knew he had to be careful. It got to the point where it was more than coach Richt and his staff wanted to deal with.

"I love coach Richt, what he's doing for the program, the direction he has it going. I wish them the best in the endeavors to come. Sam just made a series of not good decisions that put him in this situation.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article107753142.html#storylink=cpy

SinisterCane

Offense - If we beat North Carolina.

Defense - North Carolina gonna pay


Manny should teach some of that unwavering violence to CMR

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: CaneRock | October 12, 2016 at 08:06 PM

Evolutionary Matt Walters in a season and a half.

Willie, the problem isn't the offense or the plays sent in, it's the slow ass, can't read a defense pre-snap, can't buy even a fraction of a moment more time in the pocket by stepping up to throw, can't stop lock down staring a pick into the red or end-zone to take points out the back pocket and leave them on the fied gold-hen girl loser against the primary rival for life dude.

Now the injuries are mounting and it'll be lack of depth on top of that compounding the deficiencies at the most important position on the field as the season circles the plumbing on its way flushing down the pipes yet again. If you stay tuned through the pyrite rain of error you've seen plenty of this before and it's not scheduled to stop this year.

CaneRock

Re-watching the game, I noticed Patchan got a QB pressure. I thought He was done for the year, good to see Him back.

BigWindyCane1

• Despite losing to FSU, receiver Braxton Berrios points out: “We are right in the driver seat of the Coastal if we beat North Carolina. If not then we have a long road ahead of us and it will be other team’s jobs to lose it really. If we beat North Carolina then we are in the driver seat and as long as we do not lose we will be in the ACC Championship game.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article107753142.html#storylink=cpy

Berrios sums up the Canes predicament better than any analyst

BigWindyCane1

As per BARRY JACKSON: "Jaquan Johnson also could play more: “We could use a few more Jaquan Johnson’s, because he can help us in so many ways,” Diaz said. “When we are in the media room we think about how great it would be to play him here or there. We don’t have enough Jaquan’s to go around for all the places he could help the football team. Certainly he will play a big role this weekend, but we have felt since the spring that he was one of our top guys.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article107753142.html#storylink=cpy

As I have stated here before, I love the way JJ plays the game of football. I saw him play in high school, and he was a special player and leader on defense. He makes a good defense a lot better. JJ just knows the game, and he just makes plays. He reminds me of Brian Dawkins

KYcane

Made me swell with pride!!!

Posted by: NativeCane | October 12, 2016 at 04:43 PM

That's what I told her

WWIN

Richt called some great plays against fsu!

Everybody just calm down... we'll be fine this Saturday!!!

TruCane81

Gotta keep em hungry, lol.

WWIN

Posted by: TruCane81 | October 12, 2016 at 03:32 PM

Yeah Malik did look good in the Duke game... I think all the talk about him not being able to take hold of the backup job was all coach talk. Based on what was said he was basically going to be the 3rd-4th string QB then BOOM like magic he all of a sudden took the lead by a large margin for the backup spot the week leading up to the season!

WWIN

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | October 12, 2016 at 08:21 AM

Thanks... I do what I can when I can lol

Herbieibis

O-line does have some talent but they have no one behind them to push them. That' about all we have is 3 four star guys and the rest are 3's. Not much behind the starters.

NativeCane

To all the fans who threw debri on the field, ya'll the real MVPs...Thank You.

Posted by: CaneRock | October 12, 2016 at 10:41 AM

Made me swell with pride!!!

Dem Canes!!!

raizecane

Hi Raize! Going to the game Saturday?

Posted by: CGNC | October 12, 2016 at 02:27 PM

*********************************

CG - I will be unable to attend as I still have cleanup from hurricane Matthew.

I am going to the Pitt game for sure. Hopefully I can finally meet you.

TruCane81

I could be wrong (most likely) but its seems we have ran the same 5 plays all year. We arent taking advantage of our TE's like we should.

IMO we need to go up tempo often and get ball out quickly and let Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's, Walton etc make plays. Slow down he game only if needed.

Posted by: UMike | October 12, 2016 at 12:55 P
M

Yep. They have been running this offense all spring and summer. I am surprised we have seen so few sets. I would like to see more variation
in the I (big, 3wr), and ace set (we run ALOT of twin recievers from this, but not much more.

And please lets stop taking Kaaya out of the pocket away from his protection! He gets his bell rung when we does this because of his slow feet.

I would like to see Rosier sometime. I thought he was good against Duke. But he wasn't even able to take firm command of the back up, let alone challenge Brad for the starting position.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: UMike | October 12, 2016 at 12:55 PM

Coach Richt doesn't want to always rely on a PRIMARY receiver. He prefers to spread the ball out, and go to the best available option. Of course, he goes to his most experienced receiver in CRUNCH TIME. Enter Stacy. duh

Ohio_Cane

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TheeMackJones

Thomas Brown should be up in the booth instead of Jon Richt. The kid doesn't have the experience yet to be up there.

CaneRock

Damn...RIP to Aaron "Hawk Pryor...Pryor vs Arguello 1 was legendary.

Ohio_Cane

Phil Steele ‏@philsteele042 6h6 hours ago North Ridgeville, OH

Offensive Yards per Play
1 Louisville 8.2
2 Tex Tech 7.7
3 Toledo, Washington 7.5
5 Miami Fla 7.4
6 Louis Tech 7.3
7 Oklahoma, USF, WKU 7.1

CGNC


I hope our offense does its best Samsung galaxy Note 7 imitation and catch fire during the NC matchup this weekend.

Posted by: raizecane | October 12, 2016 at 12:47 PM

Hi Raize! Going to the game Saturday?

TonyCane

Still washing off the Golden rain....that makes me chuckle!

NicKane


IMO we need to go up tempo often and get ball out quickly and let Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's, Walton etc make plays. Slow down he game only if needed.

Posted by: UMike | October 12, 2016 at 12:55 PM

I agree but the damn recievers need to stop lining up off sides/false starts. And I'm talking to you Stacy coley! We had fsu on there heals everytime we went tempo untill we'd have a false start penalty! The one that was the back breaker was when we got the ball inside the ten, going tempo, fsu confused and then Stacy false starts. Two plays later we through a pic when we should have been going up 20 to 3. Back breaker right there.

UMike

I could be wrong (most likely) but its seems we have ran the same 5 plays all year. We arent taking advantage of our TE's like we should.

IMO we need to go up tempo often and get ball out quickly and let Coley, Berrios, Richards, TE's, Walton etc make plays. Slow down he game only if needed.

Ohio_Cane

Mack, I do have a few other bets happening this week

App state tonight at -10.5
Duke at +33.5
GT at -8
Steelers at -7.5
Titans at -6

Ohio_Cane

Mack, I'm stashing my money won from 2 weeks ago and waiting for the ND game to bet again on our Canes. Too many unknowns with our offense right now with Kaaya, Coley, Richt, etc.

TruCane81

NicKane...IDK what it is with the OLine. Seems to me that some of these pass concepts take too long to develop. At the College level, an OLine should rarely be asked to block for more than 3 seconds (7 step game). Heck, I don't recall Dorsey taking more than 5 step drops. Or it could be our WRs aren't getting open fast enough...IDK.

Posted by: CaneRock | October 12, 2016 at 12:21 PM

I was actually responding to this, not the herbs post. Didn't proof read.

TruCane81

Every time I see him under center, I'd stack the box and if he is in the shot gun, I'd blitz the hell out of him. Those bubble screens we love to throw aren't going to cause much damage, to the other team.

Posted by: herbieibis | October 11, 2016 at 12:44 PM

I've noticed this too. I think its a combination of year one in a new offense and coach trying to find his rhythm as a play caller in tough situations.

The players are still washing off the golden rain. They never had alot of confidence in or under the old regime. This coming slate of games is important. We need to win some big games to give the guys real confidence. Wins o er the next two weeks will completely change the self image of the program.

I think we spank UNC. The real test will be Thursday in Blacksburg.

I know I am hard on CMR, but championship football his hard. I hope that he can take the next step in his own development and show us something new.

raizecane

I hope our offense does its best Samsung galaxy Note 7 imitation and catch fire during the NC matchup this weekend.

TheeMackJones

Posted by: NicKane | October 12, 2016 at 11:15 AM

It's all about the development and what not. And both the LG and C are still " ten or fifteen pounds " to heavy.

Oh, and one more thing. Sometimes that prep school " Star " thing is over-hyped. For example, take into consideration Stanford's star running back. The dude wasn't either a FIVE/FOUR-star running back coming out of HS. Go figure.

TheeMackJones

Miami, Florida - 8 1/2

Which leaves Red state Ohio in a gambling dilemma. Because Carolina Blue doesn't have a very good defense to speak, and Miami DOESN'T have a superstar QB. huh.

CaneRock

NicKane...IDK what it is with the OLine. Seems to me that some of these pass concepts take too long to develop. At the College level, an OLine should rarely be asked to block for more than 3 seconds (7 step game). Heck, I don't recall Dorsey taking more than 5 step drops. Or it could be our WRs aren't getting open fast enough...IDK.

canezilla

All I know is the offense better start rolling... Fiu is ranked higher than us

NicKane

Here's a question for you guys that I can't even answer and I played the game in college albeit on the defensive side of the ball. But I can't understand why our line isn't better then it is? For example we got blue chip 4 star kids littering our line and yet aren't dominating. McDermott 4* blue chip everyone wanted, St. Louis 4* blue chip everyone wanted, darling 4* blue chip everyone wanted. The only three stars are isadora and Linder and both of them are our best lineman so go figure that?! I mean you can't recruit much better then that aside from a five star thrown in there. 3 four stars and 2 three stars that are playing like four stars should be a recipe for a damn good Oline. Thoughts anybody?

The Dude

Posted by: CaneRock | October 12, 2016 at 10:41 AM

For real. Made me so proud.

The Dude

Posted by: 360Cane | October 12, 2016 at 09:03 AM

Coker: after LSU, it was over.
Shannon: I was deeply concerned after year 1, but ultimately it was probably his last year, at Virginia or the USF loss.
AG: the loss to Louisville in the bowl game I was done. Lots of warning signs prior though.
Richt: if we dont beat UNC I will start to be concerned.

Go,GoCanes!

Posted by: CaneRock | October 12, 2016 at 10:41 AM

It really was awesome to watch. It may be the very first time I've ever felt like I was back in the Orange Bowl.

CaneRock

To all the fans who threw debri on the field, ya'll the real MVPs...Thank You.

Go,GoCanes!

Posted by: 360Cane | October 12, 2016 at 09:03 AM

Supported all three to the bitter end.

All three are now currently dead to me.

Go,GoCanes!

Test

Mark from Atlanta

All 3 had no killer instinct. ...no in game adjustments. ...it was a kinder, gentler version of my Canes. ..which was very hard to stomach. ...12+ yrs. ...
Time to prove otherwise. ..Saturday @ 330. ..just Win baby, just win.
God bless you and Go Canes!

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: nemo2002 | October 12, 2016 at 09:09 AM

You forgot to add, 'In year six.'

Coker; Louisville midfield logo stomping blowout.
Shannon; should have gotten another year but the AD was a P.O.S. with his foot out the door when he made a move to avoid the NCAA show-causing him, now he decides who makes the playoff. Lulz.
Fatso; His career at Philly.

nemo2002

Losing the next two games, perhaps.

360Cane

Let's have some fun...

What was your turning point or what caused you to turn away from supporting...

Coker?
Shannon?
Golden?

What will be or is your turning point for Richt?

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2016 at 01:58 AM

Over/under from memory on how many of those four runs were I or offset I form; 1/2, I have the under. Didn't want to keep the gold-hen girl loser for life against the primary rival dude in game manager mode and did what got fatso fired by putting it on his worthless shoulders as a player.

Just a couple of weeks ago he figured out it was a team game and they could win despite him I thought but I'm sure some sid-tards got in his ear this week to try and jump start the still born no-shot at the Heisman campaign for the sorriest QB in Miami history before it was way too late like it definitely is now and was already going into this game.

orange 'n green in the vein

Posted by: WWIN | October 12, 2016 at 12:20 AM

Sometimes the lowest hanging fruit elicits the biggests LOL's when picked. Well done, I was wondering who was going to go there first and had CaneRock in the pool.

Posted by: SinisterCane | October 11, 2016 at 07:32 PM

Is there a radio edit censored version of it they can play over the PA when New Jack unloads the plunder on the helpless opposition? Because if there is I'm totally going to play it at home over the game while he's on offense if the putzes at Hard Rock tin can roof stadium don't get all over that.

UMike

With all their sprains and bruises and broken bones, the Miami Hurricanes seemed destined to take the practice field Tuesday without several of their top players.

But the most important one, the one many believed might not even make it out to Greentree Field, got back up, brushed himself off and delivered.

Quarterback Brad Kaaya apparently does not have a concussion. That was the first good news for No. 16 Miami (4-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) as its standout quarterback practiced — although held back a bit — to prepare for a home game against Coastal Division rival North Carolina (4-2, 2-1) at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

The next good news was that Kaaya threw some nice spirals, at least a few of them in the 15 minutes that the media was allowed to watch during non-contact drills.

“He threw a lot better than I thought he’d throw,” said UM coach Mark Richt, who revealed Sunday that Kaaya had a shoulder injury. “I wouldn’t have known that his arm was bothering him — and I don’t know if it was. I didn’t even ask him. I was just watching him throw it and he zipped the ball well.

“So I didn’t really think there’s an issue. He practiced the whole day. He did a good job.”

So, will Kaaya play against the Tar Heels?

“I think he’s playing,” running back Mark Walton said. “He’s playing. … He was shut down a little bit today in practice, but throwing the ball I think he was very accurate at times. He’s just coming on slowly but surely on getting his shoulder back together.”

Added right guard Danny Isidora, when asked if he was confident that Kaaya would play: “Yeah, for sure.”

Isidora and other players blamed themselves for the vicious sack on UM’s first play from scrimmage, when 6-4, 229-pound FSU linebacker Jacob Pugh grabbed Kaaya and slammed him to the ground.

“It [stinks], obviously,” Isidora said. “We’re all working to get better so he doesn’t get hit. …He was on point with everything [Tuesday].

“He’s a tough kid and I respect him for that.”

Also tough: defensive end Chad Thomas, who became the newest Hurricane to injure his hand and have it wrapped heavily in soft padding — called a “club” in football.

Thomas, a junior, has 20 tackles, a team-leading seven tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and two pass breakups. But despite his right hand being padded, he practiced fully and will compete Saturday.

“He’ll play just like everybody else,” Richt said. “Sometimes you wrap up a boo-boo and you go. You pad it up and you go play. Sometimes hands get busted up, bruised up, those kinds of things. Anybody who played the sport and you look at their hands, especially guys in the trenches, it’s usually not a pretty sight.”

Fellow end Trent Harris broke his left hand in late August and played with a club until the Georgia Tech game Oct. 1.

His advice for Thomas?

“Just fight, and Chad is already a fighter so he’s going to do well with it. Chad’s a tough guy.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/college/acc/university-of-miami/article107635062.html#storylink=cpy

UMike

Hi UMike and WWIN!

Posted by: CGNC | October 11, 2016 at 02:28 PM

How did I miss this? my ex future ex wife says Hi and I didnt even see!!! lol

How you doing CGNC??

TonyCane

Same thing happened from 1993 - 1999 as has happened from 2009 to present. FSU feasted on Miami's troubles and built themselves into the preeminent program,

WWIN

9 PASSES to 4 RUNS

WWIN

First three drives is PASS HEAVY... Kaaya was only under center the first play of the game so far... the rest of the plays were all shotgun. Kaaya has TWO head shots in the first three drives.

WWIN

Third drive... we convert two 1st downs and we were rolling hitting em with tempo...

THEN...they stopped the action for "officials timeout" bcuz the chains were broke on the markers!!! After timeout we hand it off to Yearby for a 1yd loss...3rd and 6 Matthew Thomas comes in on delayed blitz and hits Kaaya in the head (which should have been his first targeting ejection) Kaaya over throws it to Njoku.

We get a FG... if chains doesn't break we probably would have got a TD!

WWIN

Second drive... three-and-out resulted in punt

1st down... 5yd pass to Berrios

2nd down... bubble screen to Coley... he slipped but would have been a 1st down!

3rd down... rollout to the right pass intended for Coley is incomplete

Summary... if Coley doesn't slip drive continues. First six plays of the game are all PASS PLAYS

WWIN

Great seeing u guys at the game..Terrance don't ever miss a game again. This loss IS partially your fault but we won't go into it. The fsu game is in the past just hope we don't have a hangover vs a must win unc, See u guys saturday

Posted by: canezilla | October 10, 2016 at 09:42 AM

Damn... fsu knocked out Brad's tooth and Zilla's caps lock... rat bastards!!!

WWIN

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | October 11, 2016 at 02:22 PM

They'll get it straightened out and will be ready to go this weekend!

SOUP

Maybe I should break the game film down drive by drive?

Posted by: WWIN | October 11, 2016 at 02:09 PM

Not necessary, just highlight KEY plays?

SOUP

That tells you all you need to know about the coaching difference!

Posted by: UMike | October 11, 2016 at 12:44 PM

WAIT...I thought we were supposed to be "the same guy everyday". You know, no emotions, no human side whatsoever?

Alex D

I'm good CGNC; hope all is well with you and the family. Correct me if I'm wrong; but, what happened to this T. Gurley, N. Chubb & S. Michel running style offense we were suppose to see with our trio of backs? What ever happened to that battering ram/semi truck fullback we stole from that small school to bull doze players and open up huge holes for our backs? All I have seen as of lately is this shot gun offense and quick bubble passes to the receivers. Also, what happened to waiting to play FSU to open up the playbook? Please give me an answer. Shout out to the Legion still on the blob!

WWIN

His fault #1 Heat Hater WWIN LOL.

Posted by: CaneRock | October 11, 2016 at 03:51 PM

I'm #1 cHeat Hater??? GREAT! Preciate that honor... I worked hard for it but more work can be done! 😂😂😂

CanesFanStuckInCali

It's Tuesday night and I STILL CANT BELIEVE WE LOST THAT GAME!!

FWIW, not counting this season, FSU averaged 11.3 wins per season the previous six times they beat us in a row. So yeah, they pwned us during that period but they happened to be clicking on all cylinders when we were still in a slump. Kind of like the late 90s. Not sure why but this makes me feel a little better.

Regardless, we're on an upswing. CMR will turn his ship around come hell or high water.

GO CANES!!!

SinisterCane

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | October 11, 2016 at 06:42 PM

I used love this song!

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