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November 15, 2017

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Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 16, 2017 at 02:46 PM

Just wait and see what happens if my suggestion that the offense snorts blow after TDs gets approved.

HillViewCane

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 16, 2017 at 01:54 PM

Al Golden had a starting QB miss one game under his tenure. Different case than Sumlin.

When I mention Houston I am thinking about the amount of athletes that city produces but you are right. The politics with UT are terrible and kept then out of the conference just a couple of years ago

Herbieibis

Richt looks like he just smoked a bowl doing these interviews. It's like he has a shut eating grin and about ready to bust out laughing.

Herbieibis

That should say a shyt eating grin.

Go Canes!

Al Golden had a starting QB miss one game under his tenure. Different case than Sumlin.

Posted by: HillViewCane | November 16, 2017 at 03:32 PM


After 5 straight very good to great recruiting classes his team is 3-7 in it's last 10 conference games going back to last season. This at a time where outside of Bama and Georgia the whole SEC reeks.

That's not a QB problem, that's a your team sucks and a you're gonna get fired problem.

Herbieibis

Got to keep the mo up and keep playing the way we have the last 2 weeks. No snoozing. U know any little slip up against the Wahoos and Panthers they will look to drop us to where Whisky is. We need to beat the brakes off both these 2 stiffs and then take care of those Tiger kitties, who we also owe an ass whooping too! Don't need to be going back to them slide by W'S.

Go Canes!

Posted by: Herbieibis | November 16, 2017 at 04:16 PM

Yep.

Tonycane

Yeah, I can actually picture saying that a 3 or 4 loss SEC team should get into the playoffs over an undefeated Miami should we have a close game against Virginia or the Panthers

Tonycane

I can picture Finebaum saying that

Herbieibis

Hell what I witnessed at UNC, I never want to see again. We looked like a dam high school team against those losers and they had to play like that when finally get to see them play.

CGNC

From USA Today:

Miami quarterback Malik Rosier wasn't just thinking about football when his team played Notre Dame last week.

Rosier's father Eli, who lives in Tallahassee, suffered a stroke the Monday before the Hurricanes beat the Fighting Irish.

ttps://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2017/11/16/miami-hurricanes-qb-malik-rosier-played-notre-dame-days-after-his-father-had-stroke/872159001/

1mg of Epi

Just wait and see what happens if my suggestion that the offense snorts blow after TDs gets approved.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | November 16, 2017 at 03:30

May work better if they get a bump after every first down

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 16, 2017 at 07:08 PM

Conservatives thought they didnt like kneeling... lol.

1mg of Epi

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 16, 2017 at 07:08 PM

Conservatives thought they didnt like kneeling... lol.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | November 16, 2017 at 07:22 PM

Oh I'm sure we can find lotta stuff they'll not like even more

MLAlumni1970

So sorry about Malik's father. Amazing he played like a house on fire, with all that personal pressure.
A sign of a special person.
How is his dad doing?

BigWindyCane1

Malik's dad plans to attend the Virginia game.

30CINCO

Love it!

"We want to honor them with a little bit of a ceremony before the opening kick," Richt said. "We'll hopefully honor them with the way we coach and the way we play. Their teammates hopefully play for them in such a way that it'll bless them. I've got four guys that will represent as captains, but every single senior will have a 'C' on his jersey…All seniors that are eligible to dress will be considered captains. They'll have the 'C' on their jerseys."

http://hurricanesports.com/news/2017/11/16/football-no-3-canes-excited-to-honor-seniors-saturday.aspx

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: 30CINCO | November 16, 2017 at 09:20 PM

Jeff Thomas is going to return a kick for a TD.

BigWindyCane1

Jeff Thomas is going to return a kick for a TD.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | November 16, 2017 at 09:49 PM

Long overdue! Channel his inner Duke Johnson

TonyCane

About 16 seconds in, the Turnover Chain makes an appearance in film:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyIzzBf18pg

1mg of Epi

Lol^^

1mg of Epi

F u guys who don't like Blake James. Frenk da gaaaaaaawww.

That's all.

Go Canes!

What reason could ANYONE here have for not liking Blake James.

Whoever you are, you are loco el la cabeza.

Go Canes!

Was texting a buddy last night about this.

If we finish out our schedule 12-1 by any combination you choose and just two of three potential NFL level Juniors stay, where do we open next season?

My guess was 5-7. He was saying potentially Top 3.

We lose no Senior who wont be replaceable, though Herndon would be the closest one if I had to choose. Got two studs coming in but it's hard to bet on high school kids at that position.

The rest of this team will be stacked with young but experienced and talented players.

Go Canes!!

Awesome read:

https://www.diehards.com/miami/film-room-miami-hurricanes-canes-the-u-front-seven-defense-national-title-college-football-playoff

1mg of Epi

^^ a lot of good press lately. Everywhere ya look there's an article about how awesome the U is. Hope these guys focus the next 2 games.

30CINCO

Charting the Canes: Analyzing Miami Hurricanes vs. Notre Dame 2017

Post contributor Daniel Gould, who has charted Hurricanes games since 2013, shares his weekly analysis of snap counts, quarterback play, offensive and defensive targets and play success rates.

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2017/11/16/charting-the-canes-miami-hurricanes-vs-notre-dame-2017/

BigWindyCane1

The rest of this team will be stacked with young but experienced and talented players.

Posted by: Go Canes! | November 17, 2017 at 05:40 AM

Top 3, without a doubt. Canes have a lot of talent returning, and these coaches really develop players. If the Canes retain these coaches and they players keep developing, CMR might have a run like the Canes did under Johnson and Ericson.

BigWindyCane1

Diaz has been named a Broyles Award candidate, but I definitely think that CMR is a Coach of the Year candidate when the Canes finish their regular season 11-0. If the Canes make the CF playoff, CMR WILL be COY.

1mg of Epi

Top 3, without a doubt. Canes have a lot of talent returning, and these coaches really develop players. If the Canes retain these coaches and they players keep developing, CMR might have a run like the Canes did under Johnson and Ericson.

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | November 17, 2017 at 09:03 AM

What sucks tho is how much pre season rankings mean at the end of the season, and how a loss late in the season is weighed more heavily than an earlier one.

1mg of Epi

Ahmmon Richards – 0/4

Richards hasn’t dropped a pass the last two weeks but only 3 of his 10 targets have ended in a completion. For the season only 17 of his 48 targets have been completed. Cager did well filling in for Richards against Notre Dame, catching both targets — including his best catch of the season, a 28-yarder on fourth-and-9. All four of Herndon’s targets were caught. He has caught 70 percent of his targets on the season and leads the team in YAC with 327 yards.

1mg of Epi

Richards flopping this year has hurt this O as much as anything, but he still draws 2 defenders. Hoping they take more advantage of that

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 17, 2017 at 10:06 AM

Rosier has thrown trash balls to him.

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | November 17, 2017 at 10:03 AM

Cager is going to come on strong now. Richards is going to kill Clemson.

TruCane81

Cant call it a flop.

He is struggling thro7gh injury, rustiness, and being gameplanned against as a top 5 national reciever.

He is still ALWAYS OPEN and give everyone else so much more room to work.

He is an unselfish player but frustrated because he is not living up to his alpha dog reputation.

This adversity will make him better in every way.

He will emerge as one of cfbs top wide outs of the new millinium.

Go Canes!!

The fact we’re doing this without Walton and Richards makes the work of this team, especially the defense even more incredible.

TruCane81

Walton would be KILLING IT if he was here.

1mg of Epi

Cant call it a flop.

Posted by: TruCane81 | November 17, 2017 at 10:33 AM

He's had too many drops. Some wide open. Not sure i wouid blame the QB tho, looks like ahman made the wrong read a few times.

I know he's been injured but he's been back in the lineup for a month, that's more than enough time to clean the rust.

1mg of Epi

Walton would be KILLING IT if he was here.

Posted by: TruCane81 | November 17, 2017 at 10:59 AM

I agree.

We're where we are even tho we're missing out two best offensive weapons.

1mg of Epi

The fact we’re doing this without Walton and Richards makes the work of this team, especially the defense even more incredible.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | November 17, 2017 at 10:34 AM


Please stop saying everything I say, right before I say it.

Gin & Tonic

I still remember 11.10.07. Last game in the OB, 48-0.

10 years may have gone by, but I will never stop wanting the Canes to beat the piss out of Virginia every time we face them.

UMike

Between Richards being injured and the amount of bad throws Rosier has gave him I can see why he is struggling. That is not a knock on Rosier who has made some great throws but been a lil off Target with AR82. Might have to do with his time away and being out of sync. Also teams started to anticipate those quick slants.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Posted by: TruCane81 | November 17, 2017 at 10:59 AM

Based on his earlier stats, he'd have 1,231 yards and at least 9 TDs right now. He'd be the clear front runner for the Heisman Trophy.

Dude on a Pale Horse

Walton's injury is this season's biggest let down because I think we missed a Heisman Trophy season. He would have been spectacular.

Go Canes!!

Agree UMike.

Go Canes!!

Assuming no upsets last 2 weeks, this will clearly be the best ACCCG in the game's history. Only once before did it even feature 2 top-10 and ('15 Clem-UNC) let alone 2 in top 3.

Dude on a Pale Horse

I'm curious what the NFL thinks about drafting Walton. I'd imagine most teams want to see another year out of him. Imagine for just a second a RB stable of Walton, Homer, Dallas, Lingard, Davis. Thats pretty outstanding. I'd stack that up with anyone.

Tonycane

Gin....I totally agree. We could beat them 56-0 each year and I would
Only feel a moderate degree of satisfaction.

Tonycane

Watched part of the Notre Dame game again last night and I was struck by how much positive emotion this team has had and displayed...and Instarted comparing that to Randy Shannon’s team in 2009 and 2010...no emotion, no celebration, almost like robots at times. Was Randy that against celebrating success? Was it a school edict?

Herbieibis

Let The Herb talk about Richards for a moment. The dude has had a hammy issue since August and trying to play through it has to be tough. In watching him at UNC, he doesn't have that burst and he seems to be rounding his routes out, instead of sharp cuts. Yes Rosier is not the most accurate passer but with Richards not being 100% doesn't help. Cager seems to have gotten over the fear that held him back earlier. We have plenty of weapons on offense to get the job done. It seems for the last several years every time we get a top notch WR we get 2 good years out of them. Coley and Dorsett were the same way. Got hurt and gave us maybe 2 good years.
If everyone comes back we will be ranked in the top 3. We only lose Chad Thomas, Moten and Delaney off the defense and on offense only Mcdormet, Darling and Herndon, that I can recall. If Norton, McIntosh, Jackson and Johnson come back somebody will be wearing some severe ass whoopings.
As far as the Wahoos are concerned, we may be a little sluggish to begin with but 34-13 sounds good enough. It's hard to play at an elite level every week but hopefully we have all the sluggish games out of the way.

mark from Atlanta

I'll take 34-13....but prefer 48-0 payback!
Just win baby, just win.

On the Chain....I Fricking love it!
It's classic Canes!
Furthermore. ..it has instilled a "I want that chain!" attitude amongst the def...these dudes are looking for every opportunity to wear that mutha!

And that my friends is pure genius.

God bless you and your family and go Canes!!
Get some!

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