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October 19, 2017

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RCCF

For Mark Im #1

12%

RCCF

Remember when 1st earned you a T-Shirt....Ahhhhhh
Those Were the Days!!

86Cane

I do remember, I do!

"But the good old days weren't always good, and tomorrow is not as bad as it seems."

SinisterCane

Syracuse FUQ your couch

35-17 CANEZ

Go Canes!

Worth reposting:

KISS

The Miami Hurricanes lead the ACC in Rushing yards per attempt. 6.11 a carry.

Ahead of #2 Louisville #3 Georgia Tech and #4 Clemson

Terrance Sullivan

I love it. Go Canes! Crush the Cuse!

1mg of Epi

Worth reposting:

KISS

The Miami Hurricanes lead the ACC in Rushing yards per attempt. 6.11 a carry.

Ahead of #2 Louisville #3 Georgia Tech and #4 Clemson

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 19, 2017 at 09:08 AM

That's a great stat... lean into the running game!

1mg of Epi

I always thought worrying was like eating soup with fork.

Old Skool

Ah the perils of being a public university. FU gets its white supremacist today. If he wanted to speak at the U, they could tell him where to stick it.

BigWindyCane1

"Don't worry,
about a thing
Cause every little thing
is gonna be alright"

PREDICTION: Miami 34 - Syracuse 13.

I like that sweet song that Soup and those three little birds on my doorstep are singing.

RCCF

Yea Im going big this week

Im going 35-10 GangGang!!

12%

Go Canes!

I’ll take 35 carries by Homer and Choc for the win please.

Ohio_Cane

Want a ridiculously good breakdown of the GT game? Go read this: https://www.canesinsight.com/thread/canes/124067

Wow. I always read his breakdowns but forget to share sometimes.

Ohio_Cane

41-28, CANES

canezilla


I always thought worrying was like eating soup with fork.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 19, 2017 at 09:14 AM
OR PASTA WITH A SPOON? NEVER UNDERSTOOD

BigWindyCane1

I like that Rosier does not turn the ball over or take sacks, and seems to finish games strong, even under pressure. In order for Rosier and his team to be elite, Rosier has to improve his consistency and accuracy, which I think he can do.

I would like to see Rosier get his completion percentage up from a below-par 59.1% (10th in the ACC, even behind a few first-time starters like Blackman at FSU), and increase it to about 65% or greater by the end of the season. If he does that, the Canes will be very successful this season, the Canes will crush most teams they face, and Rosier will be a virtual lock to finish out his UM career as a legendary Canes QB starter that was part of the resurgence that really brought the U "back."

Lana Rose

I love it. Go Canes! Crush the Cuse!

Go Canes!

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | October 19, 2017 at 10:02 AM

Wow this is really, really good.

thirstybuzzardcane

What did we do to deserve that picture on back to back blogs?!?! I'll have to say its pretty...pretty...pretty good!

canezilla


What did we do to deserve that picture on back to back blogs?!?! I'll have to say its pretty...pretty...pretty good!

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | October 19, 2017 at 11:30 AM
MANAGEMENT BEING LAZY

thirstybuzzardcane

Lmao, Zilla!!!

Go Canes!

Some very good news, though we sure could have used Delaney this week:

Miami says OL Navaughn Donaldson is probable, DB Dee Delaney is out and doesn't even list WR Ahmmon Richards on the injury report.

TruCane81

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | October 19, 2017 at 10:06 AM

This all day.

Malik is only in his sixth start so he has a ways to go.

I was hoping he would be a little better going through his progressions since this is his fourth year on campus.

Honestly he is exactly what I thought he would be. I was just worried he would be a turnover machine, but that has not been the case so far.

We can win some games with this guy.

He is NOT ready to run everything Richt wants, and probably never will be.

Richt has called some great plays earlier in games that Malik has flat out missed.

My problem with Richt is that we know this about him.

He takes ok shots downfield when he has great shots short. He keeps when he should hand off and vice versa. He sometimes calls run when he should call pass and vice versa.

A better qb would shred it in this o, but we have what we have.

Richt needs to help him more with predetermined, quick point and throws that are open due to scheming more than making a complicated read. One two recievers max.

Richt should not shelve his offense, it works.

He just needs to take away A LITTLE of Malik's decision making freedom and add more plays that force him to throw quick and short.

It wont lead to a 60 a game offense but we will be much more consistent.

Ohio_Cane

Prediction: Robert Knowles gets beat for 2 TD's....

thirstybuzzardcane

Is Redwine back?

TruCane81

Is Redwine back?

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | October 19, 2017 at 12:09 PM


Please God say yes!

Terrance Sullivan

Beyonce Knowles is greater than Robert Knowles lol.

1mg of Epi

I would like to see Rosier get his completion percentage up from a below-par 59.1% (10th in the ACC, even behind a few first-time starters like Blackman at FSU), and increase it to about 65% or greater by the end of the season. If he does that, the Canes will be very successful this season, the Canes will crush most teams they face, and Rosier will be a virtual lock to finish out his UM career as a legendary Canes QB starter that was part of the resurgence that really brought the U "back."

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | October 19, 2017 at 10:06 AM

I don't recall too many designed roll outs. There was the one in third qtr last game that he hit for a big gain. Wonder if that would help his accuracy

IraqiCane

The S&P+ looks to measure the efficiency and explosiveness of an offense while adjusting for pace.

The efficiency measurement, known as the Success Rate+ measures Miami as the sixth most efficient offense in the country.

https://247sports.com/college/miami/Bolt/A-Look-At-Why-Miami-Hurricanes-Footballs-Offense-Has-Been-Better-109140394

Thoughts...

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 19, 2017 at 12:31 PM

That was the one to Thomas. They need to go back to that play, with Richards on the field, the D will have to pick their poison.

1mg of Epi


I always thought worrying was like eating soup with fork.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | October 19, 2017 at 09:14 AM
OR PASTA WITH A SPOON? NEVER UNDERSTOOD

Posted by: canezilla | October 19, 2017 at 10:04 AM

You need to perfect the twirl move. And the fork. So yea too much hardware for spaghetti.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: IraqiCane | October 19, 2017 at 12:41 PM

All that really says is that Miami makes explosive plays and I dont think many disagree with that. I think what people really want to see is an offense that controls the score of the game by getting leads and answering the other team's scores.

Go Canes!

That play by play breakdown really illustrated some of Malik’s shortcomings, but the kid has come up huge in big moments so he deserves a ton of credit too.

Think we’ll see Malik the streak the whole time he’s here. So far that’s been plenty good enough when it counts.

CalgaryCane

Posted by: IraqiCane | October 19, 2017 at 12:41 PM

I haven't seen anyone mention it here... It seems we are able to get 3 and short easily this year. Last year, 3rd and short was pretty desperate.

CGNC

Posted by: canezilla | October 19, 2017 at 11:32 AM

You should have been in it

CGNC

Great looking group in that photo, I must say!

HawaiiCane

News is that Navaughn Donaldson is listed as probable on the injury report. Sheldrick Redwine, Michael Pinckney and Ahmmon Richards are not even listed. This is great! Dee Delany is out and, of course, Evidence Njoku joined Mark Walton and Jamie Gordinier on the Out for the Season list.

Go Canes!

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | October 19, 2017 at 12:58 PM

What if the other team rarely if every scores after halftime?

TruCane81

I haven't seen anyone mention it here... It seems we are able to get 3 and short easily this year. Last year, 3rd and short was pretty desperate.

Posted by: CalgaryCane | October 19, 2017 at 01:04 PM


Now we just gotta figure out how to convert more
of them.

We have options.

TruCane81

What if the other team rarely if every scores after halftime?

Posted by: Go Canes! | October 19, 2017 at 01:41 PM


That will only go so far against more complete teams like we will face the rest of the season.

But hey, 8f the defense can keep 8t up, it gives us more room for error.

TruCane81

at was the one to Thomas. They need to go back to that play, with Richards on the field, the D will have to pick their poison.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | October 19, 2017 at 12:49 PM


Moving the pocket, especially with play action, could really help us in goaline and short yardage.

Malik has helped the offense with his legs.

I think Richt will find ways to use MalikA's athleticism to break through slumps over the next six games.

It seems logical with his issues with accuracy and reads.

AfriCane

Just re watched the cuse vs Clemson game. My observation :

Cuse has some bad ass receivers.
Their RB is quick to the hole.
Their O line is not impressive

Clemson came in and looked past them. Clemson played without any energy. By the time Clemson woke up, it was too late.
Cuse was at home, the 12th man.

Their D line is very undersized. They balance it out by been fast. But they still don’t get pressure without blitzing. That’s where we should kill them.
We should start the game by throwing. Because they blitz often. Once we burn them with Richards, Berrios, Langham, and Henson, that will open up big gaps for the run for their puny D line.

Lastly, I would like to thank Clemson for under estimating them and loosing. No one saw the cuse coming before. Not so anymore! Now they have a big target on their back. Poor guys, they might actually loose all the rest of their games. Because every team is ready for them now.

VfB_Cane


"But the good old days weren't always good, and tomorrow is not as bad as it seems."

Posted by: 86Cane | October 19, 2017 at 08:59 AM

With the exception of Miami football. The good old day were good beyond belief:

https://www.si.com/college-football/photo/2017/10/12/miami-hurricanes-dynasty-nfl-alumni

30CINCO

Diaz sees issue holding back Miami Hurricanes’ defense; sees edge vs. Syracuse

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2017/10/18/one-issue-holding-miami-hurricanes-back-depth-diaz-says/

raizecane

Posted by: canezilla | October 19, 2017 at 11:32 AM

You should have been in it

Posted by: CGNC | October 19, 2017 at 01:05 PM

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Once Zilla is situated...he doesn't travel. Even if it is 5 parking spots :-)

Ohio_Cane

Evidence Njoku joined Mark Walton on the Out for the Season list.

Posted by: HawaiiCane | October 19, 2017 at 01:25 PM
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Was going to RS anyways, but sucks for the kid, because now he won't be on the field improving, and will instead be rehabbing. Won't play for us until 2019, I bet. Medical RS this year, regular RS next year.

360Cane

Sure would like my nephew to play for the []_[].

6'4" playing safety. LOL Check out his 68 yard scoop and score: http://cbsprt.co/2imz1BH.

360Cane

I mean, if he can run like this as a sophomore, imagine him in a year or two.

https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/Athlete.aspx?AID=9299347#/L0

TonyCane

VFb, the "good old days" for Miami football were where the standard was set. The last decade should be seen (hopefully) as the interruption.

TonyCane

One thing I do not miss seeing under CM Richt...the quarterback rushing to the line...pausing...everyone stands up...QB looks to the sidelines for several seconds on confusion...then tries to get set up, only to have the play clock expire.

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